A Strong and independent national body to represent all grass-fed cattle producers to achieve a viable, productive and secure future.
Cattle Producers Australia
Cattle Producers Australia Limited (CPA) is an incorporated organisation specifically designed to democratically represent the national interests of grass-fed cattle transaction levy payers.
CPA is the new voice on issues that affect grass-fed cattle production businesses. We offer a new era of leadership on the expenditure of your cattle transaction levies and on the development of policy, advocacy and governance for the grass-fed cattle industry. As a democratically elected organisation, all grass-fed cattle producer members will have voting rights and the opportunity to stand for election.
Control of CPA will be directly in the hands of the grass-fed levy paying cattle producers and members will have a say in how their levies are spent.
A new generation of visions, strategies and actions
What you can do
Join CPA today – it’s free and your voice will be heard.
Encourage other grass-fed cattle producers to become a member of CPA.
Help us achieve a truly representative peak industry body and make a lasting difference.
Work with us to deliver your message to government, in a strong and deliberate manner.
Follow us on social media to join the conversation and discuss important topics with fellow producers.
Support the industry body that supports you. Find out how to become a member of Cattle Producers Australia.
Our corporate partners deliver a range of valuable benefits to our members.
Help us get established by contributing with capital funding
Background Facts & Journey
Learn about our background and the journey to our establishment.
…Now is the time for our producers to regroup and revamp the voices of the cattle industry by creating a new conduit with a strong member base and dynamic leadership… As a former Trade Minister and now grass fed cattle operator, I feel strongly now is the time for Cattle Producers Australia to lift off…
I thank all of the groups that have worked productively and collaboratively with the government and with each other to get to this point – each organisation has shown strong leadership and enormous goodwill for which I am grateful.
Someone has got to stand up for the little fellas and men and women around the place who don’t have a voice.
The committee recognises that there is some urgency for a well-resourced Cattle Australia to effectively represent the interests of grass-fed cattle producers. Moreover, once operational, Cattle Australia will be able to make appropriate, informed decisions on behalf of their levy payers about price transparency across the supply chain.