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Cooperative Research Centre for an Internationally Competitive Pork Industry. Investing in Australia’s industrial, commercial and economic growth. Dr Roger Campbell CEO Pork CRC. Pork CRC Update. Successfully funded November, 2004 Pork CRC launched October 18, 2005
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Helpful Research Center for an Internationally Competitive Pork Industry Investing in Australia\'s modern, business and monetary development Dr Roger Campbell CEO Pork CRC

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Pork CRC Update Successfully subsidized November, 2004 Pork CRC propelled October 18, 2005 Commonwealth assention marked and finances accessible November, 2005

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Core program ranges More dependable and predictable protein and vitality supply Herd nourish transformation effectiveness Functional pork items Education and preparing

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Pork CRC advancement… Industry driven

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Core Participants Supporting Participants Grainsearch Pty Ltd WAAPC – Pork Producers Committee Bartlett Grains Pty Ltd Australasian Pig Science Association Massey University, NZ

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Pork CRC Management Dr Roger Campbell (CEO) Mr Michael Crowley (Finance and Business Manager) Mr Khalil Jamahl (Office Manager) Based at University of Adelaide, Roseworthy Campus

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Pork CRC Ltd Board Dr John Keniry (Chair) Dr Robert van Barneveld (CHM) Mr Enzo Allara (APL) Mr Rod Hamann (APF) Prof Andris Stelbovics (Murdoch) Prof Shaun McColl (U of Adel.) Mr Angus Davidson (NZPIB) 2 x Specialist Directors

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Pork CRC Structure Pork CRC Ltd Board Members R&D Subcommittee Audit Committee Education Subcommittee Commercialisation Subcommittee Chief Executive Officer Office Manager Finance and Business Manager Program Leaders Project Manager Subprogram Leaders

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R&D Sub-Committee Dr Roger Campbell (seat) Dr Rob van Barneveld Dr Rod Hamann Dr Brian Luxford Dr Mike Taverner Professor Frank Dunshea Dr Ian Johnson Mr David Henman

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Program Managers Program1 – Dr Mike Taverner Program 2 – Professor Frank Dunshea Program 3 - David Henman Program 4 –Dr Ian Johnson

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Sub-program supervisors

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$81.4 million in financing

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Vision A Cooperative Research Center to upgrade the INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS of the Australian pork industry by giving and embracing NEW and NOVEL advances that: Reduce FEED COSTS; Improve HERD FEED CONVERSION EFFICIENCY, and; Enhance the ability to COST-EFFECTIVELY create HEALTHY PORK PRODUCTS focused at specialty advertises in Australia and abroad

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Core program regions More solid and reliable protein and vitality supply Herd bolster change productivity Functional pork items Education and preparing

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Research Investment Process Pork CRC Ltd is an organization with clear corporate targets Not an open area financing body Outcomes must be accomplished – research will be dispatched to accomplish these results as productively as could be expected under the circumstances

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Program Funding

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To decrease encourage costs… Dedicated sustain grains (grain, triticale) Local supply Less fluctuation in cost and supply Enhanced use Greater ability to quantify supplement content Wider selection of fixings (vegetables, co-items)

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Subprogram 1a: Innovative grain generation Commercial amounts of oats that can develop nearer to pig delivering areas, that have a high return, financially savvy agronomy and worthy nutritious attributes for pigs. Business amounts of heartbeats (peas, lupins, beans) that can develop nearer to pig creating locales, that have a high return and practical agronomy.

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Subprogram 1b: Quality appraisal of bolster fixings Adopt, actualize, improve and keep up NIRS alignments for healthful nature of oats created inside the Premium Grains for Livestock Program. A more extensive scope of fast and target investigative techniques for the dietary nature of sustain fixings. Preparing and mediations to expand supplement yield from target grains.

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Subprogram 1c: Wider scope of nourish elements for use in pig diets Identification and improvement of new and novel protein and vitality sources in view of co-items or potentially customary sources Assessment of wholesome capability of applicant protein and vitality sources Implementation of non-conventional and option protein and vitality generation.

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Program 1-More and better grains/upgrading supplement accessibility

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To enhance crowd bolster transformation… More control over nourish consumption Increase metabolic effectiveness Improve wellbeing status Raise regenerative proficiency Enhance suitability of reproducing females

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Subprogram 2a: Innovative items and systems for the estimation of sustain admission. A technique for the down to earth and nonstop estimation of sustain vanishing in gatherings (ie a pen of pigs at any rate every day). A technique for functional and persistent estimation of sustain wastage inside gatherings. Novel techniques for the estimation of individual encourage allow inside a gathering. Expectation of ailment onset through the use of sustain admission estimations.

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Subprogram 2b: Innovative items and systems for the control of nourish admission. Novel atoms (eg. cytokines) and sustain fixings (eg. grains, inborn plant mixes, plant extricates) that can be utilized to control sustain admission. Disposal of post-weaning development check and advancement of gut improvement through incitement of sustain admission. Enhanced carcase quality through control of nourish admission in developing pigs.

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Subprogram 2c: Alternative treatments, items or procedures to enhance pig generation proficiency and decrease mortality of all development stages. Healthful, hereditary, immunological and administration answers for the control and additionally lessening of illness and mortality as an extra or other option to existing medicine programs in all development stages. Improvement of healthful systems and further upgrade of metabolic modifiers and their method of utilization (eg. Paylean, pST) to enhance incline tissue statement. Execute novel hereditary and conceptive instruments and innovations to improve generation proficiency.

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Subprogram 2d: Extend and upgrade the profitable existence of the rearing female through novel administration and framework outline. Nourishing, hereditary and administration methodologies to enhance the gainful limit of the plated over her lifetime. Mediation techniques to decrease occasional fruitlessness. Reasonable framework for the forecast of the season of ovulation.

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Program-2 Improving HFC

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Program 3 –Improved advertise results

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The Bottom Line Reduce COP from $2.05 to $ 1.50 for every kg body weight.

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Relative business markers

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Comparative expenses in USA dollars per kg remains weight

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HFC Currently midpoints 4.2 on a corpse weight reason for Australia (APL Pig check 2004). USA normal more like 3.7 Rather terrifying when bolster costs 27 pennies/kg.

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Causes? Hereditary qualities? Wastage? Low vitality diets? Light offering weights? Proliferation Poor wellbeing Tell me?

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Shorter term specialized targets and changes for Australia and their potential effects.

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Potential change in benefit and adaptability

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My R&D needs for the Australian Industry (all connected with preparing/instruction)

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Programs/results proceeded with

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Chances of achievement

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Performance pointers… Reduction in on-ranch cost of generation from $2.05/kg carcase to $1.50/kg carcase (2004 cash values) Capture of new specialty markets for esteem included pork items by 2012

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Can we arrive?… $10/kg nourish = $0.04/kg carcase 0.1 encourage transformation = $0.04/kg carcase Program 1a,b,c Local supply ($0.12), more exact eating routine definition ($0.04), more prominent vitality yield ($0.08), elective fixings ($0.12) $0.36 Program 2 a,b Reduced bolster wastage ($0.06), key medication($0.04), better summer development ($0.05), diminished harvest time fat ($0.03), decreased weaning development check ($0.05) $0.22 Program 2 c,d Reduced drug costs ($0.02), enhanced development and sustain transformation ($0.15), expanded lifetime profitability ($0.07), lessened regular fruitlessness ($0.05), estimation of ovulation time ($0.03) $0.32

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QAF - Realization of results… half increment underway 500% expansion in Japanese fares 10% diminishment in imports 500 additional local employments

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Industrial, Commercial and Economic Benefits of the Pork CRC

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Industrial Increased fares Increased household supply Reduced effect from dry spell, conversion scale vacillations and imports Industry extension Job creation Improved profit for existing venture Strengthened rustic segment

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Comparative development…

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Growth capability of key Asian pork markets (2004-2012) Australia\'s 2003 fares = 62,000t worth $221m ( FAPRI, 2003 )

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Commercial Product/handle focussed R&D program High business pertinence Applications reach out past the pork business Plant assortments Measurement of ovulation Measurement of sustain admission Delivery of utilitarian supplements

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Economic Conservative gauge of financial advantage $AUD235 million for each annum Additional monetary advantages: Grains industry Other animals enterprises Commercialisation of items Health/sustenance segments

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Key qualities… Most expended meat on the planet Capacity for development Bid in light of industry need Cohesive industry Competitors working together Contributes to three national research needs Component of industry rebuild arrange Significant interest in the CRC ($11.2 million) during an era of poor returns

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Conclusions Pork CRC operational and prepared to convey Strong support from government and industry Outcomes will significantly affect the intensity of the Australian pork industry

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Supporting Information (if required)

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Core members Australian Pork Farms Group ($50k/$100k) Australian Pork Ltd ($750k/$88k) QAF Meat Industries Pty Ltd ($70k/$2m) The CHM Alliance ($50k/$300k) NZ Pork Industry Board ($50k/$100k) Murdoch University ($50k/$400k) U

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