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NCMC Inaugural Veal Carcase Competition

NCMC Board and management would like to thank all producers who directly consigned their livestock for the NCMC inaugural veal carcase competition. The competition was well received and was not only designed to assist producers in improving their product through carcase assessments and feedback, but hoped to be another step in adapting the Meat Standards… Read more »

NCMC 2015 Award for Excellence in Work Health & Safety

The Northern Co-Operative Meat Company Ltd (NCMC) on-site NATA accredited testing laboratory has been awarded the 2015 Award in Excellence for Work Health & Safety by Pro-Visual Publishing. Pro-Visual Publishing is the leading specialist in workplace health & safety, food safety and hygiene, and health and wellbeing information resource guides for Australia and New Zealand… Read more »

Casino processor pumps profits back into productivity

PRODUCER-owned NSW livestock processor the Northern Co-operative Meat Company this year will pump upwards of $40 million into upgrades with the view to lifting productivity and driving costs out of the business to pave the way for future growth. An innovative new feed-up race system and processing box began operation last month and a state-of-the-art… Read more »

NCMC Project Updates

    As part of a four-stage project, the Northern Co-operative Meat Company (NCMC) has contracted Wiley to assist with upgrades at their Casino facility. Located in New South Wales’ acclaimed Northern Rivers, this region is one of the clean, green food bowls of Australia. To read more click the link – Full Steam Ahead Getting… Read more »

50 years of Service – John Cormick

NCMC Board and management would like to congratulate John Cormick on his 50 years service with the NCMC. John commenced employment with the NCMC on 22nd November 1965. John commenced at the Co-operative at a time when the Co-operative was approved to start packing pet foods for overseas markets & the use of the AUSTRALIA APPROVED 239 inspection… Read more »

Building Capacity in the Grassfed Beef Industry

Corporate Governance Training and Accreditation: Australian Institute of Company Directors Course The long term productivity and profitability of the grassfed beef industry is reliant on the industry being represented by producers with strong corporate governance and leadership skills. Cattle Council of Australia, in conjunction with Meat & Livestock Australia, are providing the opportunity for fifteen… Read more »

NCMC Foods Veal Carcase Competition

POSITIONING veal as a red meat category with the same consumer recognition as beef and lamb with the MSA stamp of approval is the big-picture thinking behind an innovative new carcase competition. Producer-owned and MSA licensed processor, the Northern Co-operative Meat Company (NCMC) has launched its inaugural veal carcase competition, open to all veal producers… Read more »

AGM – NCMC makes a profit

Casino’s Northern Co-operative meat company Ltd has posted a $23m profit before tax for the 2015 financial year. Chairman, John Seccombe has attributed the results to a number of factors including, the continuing drought-induced turnoff of cattle. “This is a great result for the Co-operative as we plan to heavily re-invest in our processing facilities…. Read more »

Low Stress Beef operations = Better Beef

Reducing stress in local grazing operations was the topic of discussion last Thursday at Wollongbar with the economic and social cost to the beef industry valued at many millions of dollars. Given stress on both animals and people is a significant issue the DPI, Northern Co-operative Meat Company and the Local Land Services collaborated to… Read more »

Producers benefit from Co-op

Members of Northern Co‐operative Meat Company Ltd (NCMC), the only farmer owned beef, veal and pork processing Co‐operative in Australia, will be enjoying the financial benefits of supply chain integration after the NCMC Board resolved to pay an additional incentive of approx. $3 million to its 1300 producer members. In a newsletter sent to members… Read more »