Welcome to SALRC
The Southern Australia Livestock Research Council (SALRC) provides recommendations on research and development (R&D) and extension and adoption (E&A) initiatives and investments in the Australian red meat and livestock industries for south-eastern Australia.
SALRC is an independent Incorporated Association made up of producer representatives from across NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia, as well as research organisations and education providers from those states.
SALRC’s main role is to influence the RD&A agenda – it does not fund RD&A, nor employ any RD&A personnel. SALRC helps to ensure that innovation and learning in the south-eastern red meat and livestock industries address industry priority issues.
To provide regional direction for investment in Research, Development and Adoption to future proof the reputation and profitability of the Southern Australian red meat and livestock industries’.
The Southern Australia Livestock Research Council (SALRC) is an independent Incorporated Association and one of three national advisory councils set up to provide recommendations on research and development (R&D) and extension and adoption (E&A) initiatives and investments in the Australian red meat and livestock industry.
As part of SALRC’s commitment to building industry and organisational capability, recruitment is now underway for key livestock producer members in south-eastern Australia.
EOI’s are invited from livestock producers to assist in directing the RD&A agenda in south-eastern Australia through membership of all SALRC Regional Committees.
Last week SALRC submitted their top 20 RD&A priorities for MLA’s 2021-22 Investment Call.