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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Is it the RSPCA’s role to help flood affected livestock?

19 February 2019
Should the RSPCA be playing a role in helping to assist cattle affected by floods in north western Queensland, now widely recognised as one of the greatest animal welfare disasters in Australian history?..Read More..
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$75,000 grants start to flow to flood-affected NQ cattle producers

19 February 2019
The first recovery grants of up to $75,000 were paid to flood-affected northwest Queensland beef producers yesterday, after applications opened on Friday under a simplified application process...Read More..
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Big dry cuts summer crop prospects: ABARES

19 February 2019
Drier and warmer than average seasonal conditions in cropping regions in Queensland and northern New South Wales during December and January reduced prospects of summer crop production in 2018–19, according to the latest Australian Crop Report...Read..
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Farmers urged to beware the rise of the ‘predatory activist’

19 February 2019
Vegan activists getting in the faces of livestock producers already dealing with the pressure of managing livestock through the impacts of droughts, floods or fires – in some cases all three - what could possibly go wrong?..
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