Outlook 2018 archive - Program and presentations

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​OUTLOOK 2018~ Creating value in an increasingly connected world

TUESDAY 6MAR​​CH (9:00 –11:00am)

​​​​​​​​​ROYA​​​​L THEATRE​​​

9.00 – 9.30am

Opening address
The Hon. David Littleproud MP

Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources

CHAIR: Nikolai Beilharz, ABC

Welcome to Country
​​​​Economic overview9.30 – 11.00am

Q&A video and transcript

Steve Hatfield-Dodds
ABARES
Creating value in an increasingly connected world

PresentationPDF iconPDF [3.1 MB]

Video and transcript

Doug Ferguson
KPMG Australia
Advancing Australian agriculture in partnership with Asia - the good times can be even better

PresentationPDF iconPDF [2.3 MB]

Video and transcript

11.00am11.30am ​Morning tea​​​​
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​TUESDAY 6 MARCH (11:30 – 1:00pm)

ROYAL THEATRE

Future food choices, demand and distribution

The session will explore how technology and societal developments could change consumer choices, demand and distribution and, in turn, drive on-farm and supply chain decisions in the medium term.

Q&A video and transcript

FACILITATOR: Nikolai Beilharz, ABC

Ian Proudfoot, KPMG New Zealand
The future of food - what's possible?

PresentationPDF iconPDF 1.2 MB]

Video and transcript

Rachel Ankeny, University of Adelaide
Consumers of the future: what will drive their food choices?

PresentationPDF iconPDF 1.5 MB]

Video and transcript

Emma Weston, AgriDigital
Strengthening supply chain trust and integrity

PresentationPDF iconPDF [3.8 MB]

Video and transcript

Rowan McMonnies, Australian Eggs
Consumer engagement: keeping production decisions ahead of consumer expectations

PresentationPDF iconPDF [931 KB]

Video and transcript

1:00 – 2.00pm Lunch​

TUESDAY 6 MARCH (2.00pm – 3.30pm) ​ ​

BRADMAN

MENZIES

NICHOLLS

Farm performance: can digital technology transform farm marketing?

Q&A video and transcript

Preparing for tomorrow's climate today

Q&A video and transcript

Horticulture: connecting with consumers

Q&A video and transcript

CHAIR:
Nikolai Beilharz, ABC

CHAIR:
Sally Standen
Department of Agriculture and Water Resources

CHAIR:
David Moore
Horticulture Innovation Australia

Peter Gooday
ABARES
Farm performance: trends and insights into the role of ICT

PresentationPDF iconPDF [630 KB]

Video and transcript

Media release - Farm performance well above 10 year average

Tom Jackson
ABARES
Risk management on Australian farms

PresentationPDF iconPDF 1.5 MB]

Video and transcript

Caroline Gunning-Trant
ABARES
Getting quality produce to consumers near and far

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.1 MB]

Video and transcript

Media release - Quality is key for Australia's horticultural exports

Hayley Purbrick
Tahbilk Wines
Innovating for sustainability and profit

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.7 MB]

Video and transcript

Steven Crimp
Australian National University
Recent changes in southern Australian frost occurrence: implications for wheat production risk

PresentationPDF iconPDF 1.8 MB]

Video and transcript

Ryan Arnold
Pyap Produce
Fresh from our farm to you – creating brand awareness with IT

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.5 MB]

Video and transcript

Tanya Barden
Australian Food & Grocery Council
How the consumer shapes the food industry

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.7 MB]

Video and transcript

Peter Stone
Bureau of Meteorology
Forewarned is forearmed

PresentationPDF iconPDF [903 KB]

Video and transcript

Elliot Jones
Costa Group
Citrus export boom – connecting with sustainable markets

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.3 MB]

TranscriptPDF iconDOC [49 KB]

Tom Rayner
Myriota
Emerging IoT applications in Australian agriculture

PresentationPDF iconPDF [4.1 MB]

Video and transcript

Peter Holding
Farmers for Climate Action
Climate change: a farmer's perspective - can we adapt or should we transform?

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.1 MB]

Video and transcript

3.304.00pm Afternoon tea
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TUESDAY 6 MARCH (4.00pm – 5.30pm) ​ ​

BRADMAN

MENZIES

NICHOLLS

Growing agriculture with new capital and technology

Q&A video and transcript

Leading rural transformation

Q&A video and transcript

Dairy: creating value

Q&A video and transcript

CHAIR:
Rohan Rainbow
Crop Protection Australia

CO-CHAIRS:
Brian Ramsay
Inovact Consulting

Rohan Nelson
ABARES

PresentationPDF iconPDF [422 KB]

CHAIR:
Warwick Long
ABC Rural

Sean O'Reilly
Macquarie
The culture of today’s agri-culture!

Tom Maguire
Teys Australia
Who represents industry when value chains transform?

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.9 MB]

TranscriptPDF iconDOC [42 KB]

Andrew Cameron
ABARES
The outlook for dairy

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.1 MB]

Video and transcript

Liam Lenaghan
goFARM Australia
Transformational investment – bringing together great people, property and technology

Sheriden Morris
CRC for Developing Northern Australia
Transforming the CRC model

PresentationPDF iconPDF [2.2 MB]

Video and transcript

Will Rayner
Rural Bank
Taking a long-term view of dairy

PresentationPDF iconPDF [2.1 MB]

Video and transcript

Jane Trindall
Cotton Research and Development Corporation
Accelerating precision to decision agriculture (P2D)

PresentationPDF iconPDF [5.7 MB]

Video and transcript

Kate Andrews
NRM Australia
Transforming and transformer - regional natural resource management

PresentationPDF iconPDF [11.5 MB]

Video and transcript

Greg McNamara
Norco
Connecting to people through provenance

PresentationPDF iconPDF [2.1 MB]

Jessica Koch
Breezy Hill Ag, SA
Using precision agriculture technologies to evolve a farming business and improve profitability

PresentationPDF iconPDF [5.7 MB]

TranscriptPDF iconDOCX [121 KB]

6.30pm for 7.00pm Conference dinner with Science Awardsand Australian Biosecurity Awards winners' presentation
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WEDNESDAY 7 MARCH (9:00 –11:00am)

ROYAL THEATRE

9.00 – 9.30am

Opening address
Senator the Hon Anne Ruston
Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources

Video and transcript

CHAIR: Sarina Locke, ABC

The changing regulatory framework in Australia's export markets
9.30am – 11.00am

Q&A video and transcript

​​​John Clarke
European Commission
From fork to farm? How consumers and regulators will decide what we grow

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.4 MB]

Video and transcript

Erlend Ek
China Policy
China’s evolving regulatory environment for agriculture and food

Video and transcript

Rainer Heufers
Center for Indonesian Policy Studies
Policy constraints and needs for a prosperous Indonesian agricultural sector

PresentationPDF iconPDF [3.3 MB]

Video and transcript

11.00am11.30am ​Morning tea​​​​

WEDNESDAY 7 March (11.30am – 1.00pm)

BRADMAN

​MENZIES

​NICHOLLS​

There’s more to market access than tariffs

Q&A video and transcript

Meat: adding value in competitive livestock markets

Q&A video and transcript

Shared responsibility and partnerships in contested spaces

Q&A video and transcript

CHAIR:
Louise van Meurs
Department of Agriculture and Water Resources

 

CHAIR:
Sarina Locke
ABC
​​

CHAIR:
Matt Koval
Department of Agriculture and Water Resources

Donald MacLaren
University of Melbourne
State trading enterprises: are they really a trade barrier for agriculture?

PresentationPDF iconPDF [984 KB]

Video and transcript

Jack Mullumby
ABARES
The meat scene: increasing competition and supply constraints

PresentationPDF iconPDF [947 KB]

Video and transcript

Katherine Teh White
Futureye
Social licence challenges for invasive species

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.4 MB]

Video and transcript

Lee James
Pernod Ricard Winemakers
Tackling the challenge of geographical indications on wine trade - risk and benefits

PresentationPDF iconPDF [3.7 MB]

Pat McEntee
Woolworths
Topic tbc

 

Cathy Robinson
CSIRO
Building the social license to operate and manage the social impacts of biosecurity

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.7 MB]

Video and transcript

Rosemary Richards
Bowman Richards & Associates
Impact of non-tariff measures on the Australian grains industry

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.2 MB]

Video and transcript

Michael Craig
Tuloona Pastoral / Nuffield Scholar
Australian lamb and sheepmeat – commodity or premium product?

PresentationPDF iconPDF [1.7 MB]

Video and transcript

Greg Mifsud
Centre for Invasive Species Solutions
Maintaining credibility and trust with stakeholders for wild dog management in Australia

PresentationPDF iconPDF [2.3 MB]

Video and transcript

Andrew Robb AO
S. Kidman & Co.
The importance of brand

Video and transcript

1.00pm – 2.30pm Lunch

WEDNESDAY 7 March (2.30pm – 4.00pm)

BRADMAN

MENZIES

NICHOLLS​

Grains: profiting from market innovation

Q&A video and transcript

Future of water markets in the southern Murray-Darling Basin

This panel discussion will outline recent trends in the southern Murray-Darling Basin, with panel members discussing the future of Australian water markets, including the management of inter-regional water trading, the emergence of new water market products and the quality and availability of market information.

Q&A video

Innovation in policy: rethinking rural investment

Q&A video and transcript

 

CHAIR:
Steve Jefferies
Grains Research and Development Corporation

CHAIR:
Warwick Long
ABC Rural

CHAIR:
Frank Archibald
Reason Group

PresentationPDF iconPDF 703 KB]

Rohan Nelson
ABARES
Prices, competition and market innovation

PresentationPDF iconPDF 1.6 MB]

Media release - Innovative marketing the best way to manage low grain prices

Video and transcript

David Galeano
ABARES
Recent trends in the water market: nuts, cotton and trade limits

PresentationPDF iconPDF 1.04 MB]

Media release - Murray-Darling water markets in good shape

Video and transcript

Peter Corish AM
Infrastructure Australia​
Infrastructure for agriculture - investment priorities

PresentationPDF iconPDF 914 KB]

Video and transcript

Rod Carr
Marsden Jacob Associates
Stakeholder engagement on market information and foresights on potential developments in water markets

John Snooke
Rockdale, Cunderdin WA
De-regulation – a western perspective without design

PresentationPDF iconPDF 1.78 MB]

Video and transcript

Alister Walsh
Duxton Water

Su McCluskey
Energy Renaissance
Policy imperatives for rethinking rural investment

PresentationPDF iconPDF 935 KB]

Video and transcript

John Madden
Productivity Commission
Unfinished business from the National Water Initiative

PresentationPDF iconPDF 455 KB]

Video and transcript

Chris Kelly
Kelly Grains, Tocumwal, NSW
Telegram to text and twitter

PresentationPDF iconPDF 1.1MB]

Stuart Hodge
Hodge Farms
Challenges of changing water demand in the Murray-Darling Basin – a landholder’s perspective

PresentationPDF iconPDF 917 KB]

Video and transcript

Eddie Fry
Indigenous Land Corporation
Investing in the Indigenous Estate – unlocking its full potential

PresentationPDF iconPDF 3.2 MB]

Tim Krause
Viterra
Creating value for growers in a competitive global grain market

PresentationPDF iconPDF 4.95 MB]

Video and transcript

4.00pm afternoon tea and conferenc​e close
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