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  • Australian Dairy Industry In Focus 2013 11974kb

  • DA Annual Report 2011-2012 3779kb

    Dairy Australia undertook consultation across the industry to plan for 2011/12, refined its operational plan and focused its strategic priorities on four key investment areas aimed at delivering a targeted five-year plan for profitable, sustainable growth.

  • Australian Dairy Industry InFocus 2012 5846kb

    Australia’s dairy industry is one of the three most important local rural industries, with a farmgate value approaching $4.0 billion in 2011/12.

  • Dairy 2012 Situation and Outlook - September Update 671kb

    The Situation & Outlook process is designed to provide the Australian dairy industry and its stakeholders with an overview of the entire industry supply chain – from dairy farm inputs to consumer markets.

  • Dairy Australia Strategic Plan: 2013-16 11558kb

    DA’s strategy addresses the key on-going and emerging issues facing the industry that are within DA’s remit. While the current program of work remains appropriate in general, DA will make changes to internal structures and investment priorities to better

  • Constitution of Dairy Australia Limited 419kb

    This constitution and the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) set out the legal framework for the governance of this company. This document includes notes that signpost provisions of the Corporations Act that are relevant to this constitution. The notes are not part of the constitution, and may not take account of amendments

  • Statutory Funding Agreement 2013-2017 14414kb

    The Commonwealth has accepted that there is a need to encourage research and development in the primary sector, and that the provision of these services through public funding can contribute to enhanced the viability, sustainability and competitiveness of this sector.