ALFA SmartBeef Bites Virtual Conference Webinars

Provided by: Australian Lot Feeders’ Association

The Australian Lot Feeders’ Association (ALFA) held the industry annual conference virtually from 12-15 October 2021, called SmartBeef Bites.

Enrol and catch up on the talks delivered via ALFA’s SmartBeef Bites virtual conference program:

Rethinking Methane: Animal Agriculture’s Path to Climate Neutrality

Dr Frank Mitloenher, Professor and Air Quality Extension Specialist, CLEAR Centre, UC Davis


Carbon Accounting 101

Dr Stephen Weidemann, Principle Research Scientist, Integrity Ag & Environment


Could a sprinkle of seaweed be the answer to methane reduction?

Sam Elsom, CEO, Sea Forest


Smart Sustainability

Stuart Austin, General Manager, Wilmott Cattle Co.


Feedlot Technologies

Joe McMeniman, Program Manager – Feedlot, Meat & Livestock Australia

Tony Batterham, Quirindi Feedlot Services

Amelia de Almeida, UNE

Matt George, Quirindi Feedlot Services


Wearable Tech

Tony Batterham, Feedlot Veterinarian, Quirindi Feedlot Services


Effect of feed withdrawal on truck effluent, animal welfare, carcase characteristics and microbiological contamination of feedlot cattle

Dr Melissa George., Veterinary Consultant & Research Scientist, Bovine Dynamics
Paul Gibson, ACC


Using supply chain alliances to build better beef businesses

Ali Hart, Marketing Executive, Stockyard Beef


Modernising Meat

Terry Nolan, Director, Nolans Meat


Investing in our people and capacity

Caela Dye, Career Development and Training Project Officer, ALFA

Presenter webinar recordings are available via the Feedlot TECH Training Hub to those who were registered for the virtual conference via the ALFA website.   

Unregistered people will be able to access the recordings a month post the live session (i.e. from November 2021).

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