Beef 2012

Win an iPad! One more great reason to get our free daily e-newsletter

Beef Central, 28/03/2012

Register to receive Beef Central's daily e-newsletter and you will automatically be entered into the draw to win an iPad.Beef Central will celebrate its first birthday at Beef 2012 in Rockhampton and as part of the milestone celebrations we’re giving new subscribers the chance to win a great prize.

There are plenty of good reasons to sign up for Beef Central’s daily e-newsletter, such as getting access to all of the news of importance to Australia’s beef and cattle industry in a single, convenient email every day.

Plus there's lots of other valuable information such as cattle market updates, in-depth industry analysis, rural property developments, beef industry jobs, and an entire page dedicated to previewing Australia’s largest beef industry event, Beef 2012, which is coming up in Rockhampton from May 7 to 12. 

And what’s more, it’s free.

When we launched Beef Central on May 11, 2011, we also wanted to make sure our daily beef and cattle industry news service was freely available for readers to use and access. Revenue from our advertisers allows us to produce Beef Central's daily news at no cost to readers, and without their valued support this service would not be possible.

Now there is one more great reason for new readers to sign up to receive Beef Central’s free daily e-newsletter – from March 26 to May 11, all readers who register to receive our daily news email will automatically go into a draw to win an iPad 2. To register click here.

Keep an eye on Beef Central for more great offers to existing subscribers as we move closer to celebrating our first birthday at Beef 2012 in Rockhampton in May. 

If it matters to Australia's beef industry, you will read about it on Beef Central.

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