New plans for pork

THE WA Pork Producers’ Association is developing a new business plan to deal with a significant shift in the nature of pork production.

With input from members, the WAPPA’s executive will assess fundamental changes to global and domestic product marketing.

Changes have already resulted in Canadian and Danish pork flooding the WA market and increasing tonnages of WA pork going overseas – most recently to Singapore.

Other issues for consideration include grower groups, strategic alliances, supply chain management, rationalisation of size and number of piggeries and quality assurance.

The association’s membership is also due to change with next year’s introduction of the Agricultural Produce Commission Act that will replace levies with a fee for service, making all WA pork producers WAPPA members.

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