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NH Foods Australia Pty Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of the NH Group, a publicly listed company and Japan’s leading company in the fresh meat, ham and sausage industry.

NH Foods Australia Pty Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of the NH Group, a publicly listed company and Japan’s leading company in the fresh meat, ham and sausage industry.

Our Group operates 3 large beef export processing facilities, which are strategically placed in prime cattle areas in New South Wales and Queensland and which are acknowledged as industry leaders in food safety and hygiene. These facilities are supported by one of Australia’s largest and most modern cattle feedlots.

Export sales are made through our North Sydney Office.

NH Foods is also a major supplier to the Australian domestic market through its subsidiary, Beef Producers Australia Pty Ltd.

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Processors reject MLA’s objective carcase measurement proposal – in its current form

24 February 2017
Red meat processors remain unconvinced that MLA's ambitious objective carcase measurement project in its current form justifies industry-wide investment, identifying a long list of “conceptual, methodological, and policy-related deficiencies” in the proposal. The post
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WA goes its own way on BJD

24 February 2017
Moves to achieve a single, national, uniform approach to managing Johne’s Disease across the Australian beef cattle industry have run into a road block, with Western Australia confirming today it will not adopt the national framework accepted by..
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BeefConnect webinar: Spelling strategies for recovery of pasture condition

24 February 2017
In this webinar Senior Pasture Scientist, Paul Jones from DAF Emerald, will discuss spelling strategies, case studies and recommendations for producers. The post BeefConnect webinar: Spelling strategies for recovery of pasture condition appeared first on
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Truck rollovers: Is electronic stability control appropriate for livestock transporters?

24 February 2017
While the concept of Electronic Stability Control technology sounds great in theory for trucks travelling on the modern highway networks of the Eastern seaboard, how will it work in remote Australia on rough unsealed roads and long-distances from..
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