Lambex 2020 conference postponed 12 months

AUSTRALIA’S premier sheep and lamb conference, LambEx, has been postponed for 12 months due to the growing coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic…Read More

Sheep Central, March 17, 2020

Lambex 2020 Young Guns entry deadline extended

THE 2020 LambEx Young Guns competition entry deadline has been extended to Friday 14 February…Read More

Sheep Central, February 5, 2020

New Melbourne Showgrounds facility to host Lambex 2020

VICTORIAN capital city Melbourne will host Australia’s premier lamb industry conference Lambex for the first time next year…Read More

Sheep Central, May 3, 2019

Melbourne wins out in bidding contest for Lambex 2020

VICTORIA has won the right to hold the prestigious Lambex conference in 2020, returning the lamb industry expo to the state for the first time since 2012…Read More

Terry Sim, December 12, 2018

Young sheepish leaders to gather at first Lambex Leadersheep forum

A SHEPHERD and a consumer trust expert will feature at Sheep Producers Australia’s first Leadersheep forum before the 2018 Lambex conference in Perth…Read More

Sheep Central, June 21, 2018

Lambex 2018 sheep meat forum to tell Australia’s lamb export boom story

AUSTRALIA’S export lamb shipments this year are likely to surpass the record volume of 2017, Meat & Livestock Australia general manager – international business, Michael Finucan, said today…Read More

Sheep Central, June 20, 2018

Lambex 2018 gets a new date, venue, organiser and international theme

AUSTRALIA’S top lamb industry expo – Lambex – has announced a new event organiser, venue, date and focus for the 2018 conference in Western Australia…Read More

Sheep Central, August 30, 2017

WA capital Perth chosen to host Lambex 2018 conference

WESTERN Australian capital Perth has been chosen as the next host of Australia’s largest national sheep and lamb event – LambEx. Perth hosted the inaugural LambEx event in 2010 and will host the biennial lamb and sheep industry showcase in August 2018, with the exact dates yet to be finalised…Read More

Terry Sim, June 13, 2017

New shoulder cut could be key to keeping heavy lambs on the menu

A NEW shoulder cut is solving the industry dilemma of heavyweight lamb carcases and inspiring chefs to keep lamb on the menu, as MLA data reveals a continuing rise in the average carcase weight of Australian lamb with no sign of plateauing…Read More

Kim Woods, August 15, 2016

Value-added lamb products will be next menu sensation in food service sector

VALUE-ADDED lamb products, including pulled lamb, are fast becoming the next big menu sensation in Australian clubs, pubs, cafes and restaurants…Read More

Kim Woods, August 15, 2016

Lamb producers need plate-to-paddock, consumer-focussed attitude

LAMB producers need to embrace plate-to-paddock thinking and develop a fascination of consumers to ensure continued market growth…Read More

Kim Woods, August 15, 2016

Futurist urges Lambex sheepmeat producers to not give data away

DIGITAL transformation data is the answer to connecting with, and generating value from, high margin customers, futurist Paul Higgins told Lambex 2016 conference delegates yesterday…Read More

Terry Sim, August 12, 2016

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