Beef 2018 Preview

‘Regenerative beef’ focus for RCS seminar at Beef 2018

Beef Central, 23/02/2018

WITH Beef Australia 2018 now barely ten weeks away, the event’s seminar and conference program is rapidly filling in with a host of topical and timely subjects being covered over five days.

Charles Massy

Typical is a seminar being hosted by RCS focussing on the topic, “The Future of Beef – A regenerative business showcase.”

Based in Yeppoon, Central Queensland, RCS is a leading provider of holistically-integrated education, training and advisory services to the livestock sector.

Keynote speaker at the seminar will be Charles Massy, a top-selling author, whose most recent work, Call of the Reed Warbler, is a tapestry of stories drawn from both his own experiences and those of others who have crossed the divide from conventional to regenerative farming practices.

The two-hour seminar will include presentations from Mr Massy and other highly successful livestock producers who run profitable, regenerative beef operations.

Through sharing their relatable, real-life experiences and well-informed ideas on regenerative beef production – what’s worked, what hasn’t and where they see the industry in the future – these high calibre industry personalities will provide quality ‘food-for-thought’ for producers open to improving their landscape, productivity and bottom line.

Terry McCosker, RCS

Rounding out the seminar will be RCS founder Terry McCosker who will speak on the latest advances in soil health and how they can be used to increase beef production and profitability.

“The Future of Beef – A regenerative business showcase” will be held during Beef Australia 2018 at the Rockhampton Showgrounds, Friday May 11 from 2.30pm to 4.30pm.


Check the RCS website in coming weeks for booking arrangements.








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