The team at Teys Condamine Feedlot genuinely care about their animals. They know that the key to producing top quality beef is happy and healthy animals. Teys cattle are free to express all ‘Five Freedoms’ of animal wellbeing, which means freedom:
Producing a nutrient rich food and being a part of the climate solution is critical to feeding the world sustainably. Teys are working towards the Red Meat Industry’s goal of being carbon neutral by 2030 and have been involved in research to reduce energy usage and the environmental footprint of Australian feedlots by monitoring and measuring water, gas, and electricity usage in real-time.
In addition to investing in renewables, Teys are also looking to adopt emerging technologies such as feed additives as well as working to decarbonising the supply chain.
'Our livestock team are veterinary trained, they come through every morning to ensure the animals are healthy and happy'.
Almost 4% of Australian cattle are in feedlots at any given time, with their wellbeing a priority for this highly-regulated industry.
The Australian red meat industry is investing heavily in renewable energy technology such as solar, wind and biomass.
The Australian livestock industry is committed to the Five Domains of Animal Welfare.
The Australian red meat and livestock industry's goal is to be carbon neutral by 2030 (CN30).
The Australian red meat industry is investing in research and development aimed at helping red meat producers adopt viable renewable energy.