NABRC is a truly participative group aiming to ensure innovation and learning in the northern beef industry is relevant to the end users, and involves all stakeholders in the planning, conduct and delivery of research or learning activities and projects.

NABRC provides leadership and advice to organisations who either invest in, or undertake beef cattle RD&E in Queensland, the Northern Territory and the Pilbara and Kimberley regions of Western Australia.

NABRC is an independent organisation made up of producer representatives, research organisations, education providers, and State farming organisations.

NABRC does not fund RD&E, nor employ RD&E personnel: its role is to influence the RD&E agenda. NABRC helps ensure that innovation and learning in the northern beef industry addresses the priority issues of industry.

NABRC meets at least twice a year at locations across northern Australia to identify and discuss strategic industry issues. Where possible local producers and local providers of RD&E attend the meetings.

The NABRC Charter of Operations presents a structure and functions to provide the necessary ingredients to develop relevant strategic plans for research for the north Australia beef industry at the regional and north Australian scales. In addition it incorporates the needs recognised at the ‘grass roots’ level in the major beef producing regions of north Australia, prioritising these needs in a rational, explainable and acceptable framework.
Click here to download the NABRC Charter of Operations V14 May 2017

Who makes up NABRC?

The producer members on the eleven Regional Beef Research Committees are generally drawn from the state farming organisations; Agforce, Northern Territory Cattlemen’s Association (NTCA), Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association (KPCA)

NABRC - Design and Implementation by Bernard Zajac