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Rewriting the script on animal welfare and environmental sustainability with Harvest Road

From paddock to plate and each step along the supply chain, Harvest Road is transforming its approach to animal welfare and sustainability. With significant investments across its premium beef, aquaculture and horticulture businesses, Harvest Road CEO, Paul Slaughter shares their bold vision to becoming a global agrifood leader.

This week we bring you a podcast from AgriFutures evokeAG. exploring an end-to-end agrifood production giant from the country’s West. Owned by Andrew and Nicola Forrest, Harvest Road is part of one of Australia’s largest private investment groups, Tattarang.

As a proud Western Australian agrifood producer, the company is plotting a course to rewrite the script when it comes to animal welfare and environmental sustainability across its three core brands delivering premium beef, seafood, and horticulture products.

RELATED: MLA seeks global solution providers to enhance Australia’s red meat supply chain

Our AgriFutures evokeAG. contributor, Megan Woodward caught up with Paul Slaughter, the CEO of Harvest Road, who believes anything is possible when innovative technology and a respect for heritage combine.

RELATED: Taking the road less travelled at Harvest Road

To find out more about Harvest Road visit www.harvestroad.com


Enjoyed this podcast? Want to learn more about the Asia Pacific region’s innovative agrifood tech ecosystem? Join us at evokeAG on 21-22 February 2023 in Adelaide, South Australia Tickets for evokeAG 2023 Down to Earth are now on sale here.

 

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