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A Lamb Affair - industry panel to talk the most pertinent industry issues at LambEx 2024

The hottest issues. The analysis. The experts. The debate. The big-ticket items impacting the industry.

LambEx 2024 will address the most pertinent topics in an industry-led panel that boasts some of the key players from across the Australian sheep supply chain – with representation from livestock & processing, peak industry groups and grass-roots production.

Award-winning esteemed journalist Stan Grant will lead discussion in what promises to be one of the most insightful and poignant sheep discussions in 2024. The panel brings together the most influential people setting markets, mechanisms, prices and the future of Australian sheep.

Discussion will delve into the nitty gritty of the Australian sheep, lamb and wool industries and explore direction, opportunity, challenges and future outlooks from varied perspectives across the supply chain.

The panel has been crafted and developed specifically for LambEx 2024.

Panel members include:

There are some contentious topics and heat in the Australian sheep sector right now and we have brought together some of the leading lights to give perspective, balance, and insight into where they see the industry heading said LambEx Chair and South Australian sheep producer Jasson Schulz.

“Being led by the investigative mind of Stan Grant we are expecting this discussion to be impacting, thoughtful, provocative, and contentious as we bring different viewpoints and perspective to the conversation,” he said.

‘The aim of LambEx is to be bold, ambitious, and challenging and we want to inspire. At a time when sheep producers need hope and opportunity, I think this will be a scene-setting discussion and session,” said Jason.

“No doubt the panel will address the current Western Australian live export situation and relevant updates by August but will also put the spotlight on other significant and pertinent issues affecting the industry as a whole.”

Early bird registrations are available until 30 June 2024.

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