Kimberley Meat Company getting ready for export

Written on the 16 November 2016

Kimberley Meat Company getting ready for export The Kimberley Meat Company's abattoir between Broome and Derby was officially opened in September and is now processing between 400 and 500 animals a week.

Owner Jack Burton said the abattoir was ready to ramp up and process a lot more cattle, but was still waiting on some export approvals, which were due in the coming weeks.

"We're hitting 400 to 500 [a week], so we're getting into that sort of bracket, and then hopefully by Christmas we'll be doing 600 to 700 [animals a week]," he told ABC Rural.


Source: ABC Rural, Matt Brann

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