- Types of Farming
- Product Integrity
- Product Quality
- Trade, Labour and Training
- Animal Welfare
Terms of Reference – Industry Engagement through On-line Collaboration
Australian Pork Limited is currently leading an Australian Government-funded Rural Research and Development for Profit (RR&D4P) project “Enhancing supply chain profitability through reporting and utilization of peri-mortem information by livestock producers”. The Rural Research and Development for Profit Program is a $200 million competitive research initiative with funding available over eight financial years (2014-22). Follow the link below to access the document.
2016/17 Call for Tenders are now closed
Australian Pork Limited’s (APL) four Specialist Groups met in February 2016 to determine research, development, technology adoption and industry capability priorities for funding in 2016/17.
Research priorities identified for 2016/17 funding include Production and Welfare, Environmental Management, Food Safety, Biosecurity and Quality Assurance and Program Monitoring and Evaluation. Tenders addressing these priorities have been received and are currently under review. Research organisations will be notified of the decisions regarding applications for funding at the conclusion of this process in early August.
Information for Applicants
APL uses a web-based system called PigNet to receive applications for funding in a consistent format and which can be downloaded directly into APL’s internal project management system.
Users can login into PigNet at https://www.pignet.com.au/ and follow the prompts from the welcome screen.
To assist with preparing your application, download the PigNet User Guide.
Please note that contracts for research projects will be issued using APL’s standard R&D Agreement which has been assessed by our legal advisors. On that basis, negotiation of terms will not be entered into.
The following guidelines and templates will assist with preparing reports and financial statements for APL.
Completed Research Reports
Project Summaries from research commissioned by APL are available here. Full reports can be emailed on request.