King Island Aggregation recognised for beef quality

Originally posted November 15, 2016

Last week, JBS Australia held their annual producer forum in Tasmania. At the forum the Sustainable Agriculture Fund’s King Island Aggregation was recognised as being in the top 10% of producers that supply JBS Longford for meat quality.

agCap has well developed systems and protocols for preparing cattle for processors and this recognition not only illustrates this, but also the commitment and hard work of the King Island Aggregation team in producing high quality beef cattle.

The King Island Aggregation participates in the JBS Farm Assurance programme. This independently verified program is aimed at delivering food products that are fresh, wholesome, and safe and have been produced under acceptable animal welfare practices.

The King Island Aggregation is part of the Sustainable Agriculture Fund and is owned by Australian superannuation and institutional investors.