Welcome to our website, we invite you to have look around and learn more about agriculture in Australia from the people who live and work in our rural communities. The Livestock Collective is a not-for-profit organisation focused on growing the public understanding of agriculture. Our vision is for every person to have a connection and a shared understanding of agriculture in Australia.
Learn about Live Export
We invite you to learn more about the journey of Australian livestock as they are transported overseas to destination countries.
Learn about the live export supply chain as livestock start their journey on farm.
Millions of people around the world rely on Australia for protein through livestock exports.
Watch this video to start your journey and see the whole process from start to finish.
When we say supply chain we mean a sequence of linked events and processes involved in the production and distribution of Australian livestock as they are transported overseas
Start your journey...
Sheep and cattle start out their life on the farm, they are cared for until they are healthy and old enough to be loaded onto a truck.
Meet a sheep farmer!
Would you like to experience what it's like on a real live export ship? Well now you can with our new Virtual Reality experience!
Sharing Our Genetics
Meet Dairy Farmer Bob!
Bob sells his surplus diary heifers to other countries who don't have have enough to sustain their own dairy herds. So that children from other countries have access to fresh milk!
Learn more here.
We've put together a number of key resources we think will help you to find out more about livestock production in Australia and exporting them overseas.
The Livestock Collective is a whole supply chain encompassing initiative invested in safe-guarding the future of agriculture and facilitating positive stories surrounding the industry.
Our purpose is to share real stories with the wider community so that more informed opinions can be formulated and decisions made about the role livestock plays in Australian agriculture.