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GIVE YOUR BUTCHER STAR STATUS!
Voting lines now open to nominate your favourite butcher for a 2012 Cleaver Award
 
Johannesburg, 06 September 2012 – Does your butcher provide premium quality, hygiene, service and value?
Vote today and give your butcher star status by nominating them for a 2012 Cleaver Award.
 
Butcheries awarded with a Cleaver Award signify that their customers recognise superior value, service and surpassed expectations. 
These Awards, now in their seventh year, have grown in popularity with more and more customers voting each year.
 
Initially 2 500 entries were received in the inaugural Cleaver Awards held in 2005, with this figure steadily increasing every year. 
A record
21 865 nominations were received in 2011. Furthermore, butchery standards have significantly improved since the start of these Awards.
 
Consumers are urged to SMS the butchery’s name, suburb and town to 34194 before 31 December 2012
Consumers who nominate a National winning butchery could also win a R 1 500 hamper of wholesome South African Beef. SMS nomination entries are charged at R 1, 00.
 
 
Butchers are judged according to three categories namely;
  1. Butcheries with fouror more till points,
  2. Butcheries with three or fewer till points and,
  3. Foodmarket butcheries
 
Once the votes are tallied, butcheries will be short-listed according to the number of votes received in each respective category. 
The short-listed finalists will be visited anonymously and independent evaluations by an Industry evaluator
against a 212 point checklist will be conducted.
 
Each National Category Winner will be awarded a first prize of a Platinum Trophy and R 20 000. A second prize of a Gold trophy and R 10 000 will also be awarded. 
There will be a Platinum and Gold Award winner chosen in each of the nine provinces.
Winners will be announced at an awards function early next year.
 
Vote today and give your butcher star status!
 
 
Issued on behalf of the South African Red Meat Industry Forum by:
Leigh Hopewell
The Write Agency
011 467 5368 / 083 264 6563




   
Cattleman`s Conference 2011  
9 & 10 March 2011  
Roodevallei Country Lodge  
   
9 March 2011
 
 
 
 
 
10 March 2011
   
  South Africa Cattleman`s Conference - Dr.Connie Larson
    - Click to Download Presentation
  International Trade and Red Meat Industry - Mr.Lambert Botha
     -Click to Download Presentation
  Mixing Technologies of Micro Ingredients - Dr.Dave Hucheson
 

 - Click to Download Presentation 

  Feedlot Nutrition moving the boundaries - Dr.Pieter Henning
 

 -Click to Download Presentation  

   
 
 
Cattleman`s Conference 2012
14 & 15 March 2012
Kievits Kroon
 14 March 2012 SAFA Annual General Meeting
   
   
 
   
   
 15 March 2012  Cattleman`s Conference
   
 
 

Economic Overview - Mike Schussler

   - Click to Download Presentation
  Quantifying Carcase gain as an Assesment of True Gain - Prof. Mike Brown, West Texas A&M University
 

 - Click to Download Presentation 

   Consumer Protection Act and the Red Meat Industry - Ms. Ina Wilken, Consumer Activist
   - Click to Download Presentation
 

Your Feedlot and it's Enviroment - Dr Johann van Niekerk, Enviromental Consultant

    - Click to Download Presentation  
   Value of direct fed Microbials on Feedlot Performance - Prof. Mike Brown, West Texas A&M University  
   - Click to Download Presentation  
  Namibian Industry and its Export Policies - Mr. Poena Potgieter, Chairmain  
   - Click to Download Presentation  
  Effects of Hot Iron Branding on Feedlot Weaners - Dr. Koba Grobler, University of Pretoria, Veteninary Faculty  
   - Click to Download Presentation  
 
   
 2011 CLEAVER AWARDS  
   
  Download results:  
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Cattleman`s Conference 2013
6 - 7 March 2012
Kievits Kroon
 
6 March 2013 SAFA Annual General Meeting
   
   
7 March 2013  Cattleman`s Conference
   
 
 

Economic and Political Overview - Dr. JP Landman – Economist & Political Analyst

 
   - Click to Download Presentation
  Go Green - Go Grain - Dr. Judith Capper – Livestock Sustainability Consultant, USA
 

 - Click to Download Presentation 

 
   Feedlot Waste Generate Bio Gas - Otto Hager- CEO Iskhus Power (Pty) Ltd.
   - Click to Download Presentation
 

Overcoming Non Tariff Barriers to Beef Trade - Dr. Gavin Thomson – Veterinary Consultant.

 
    - Click to Download Presentation  
   Starting and Finishing Feedlot Cattle for Top performance - Dr. Connie Larson, Nutritionist at Zinpro Corp. USA  
   - Click to Download Presentation  
  Implementation of AGRI BEE Sector Code and Impact of BBEEE Legislation - Dr John Purchase – CEO Agricultural Business Chamber  
   - Click to Download Presentation  
  Marketing of Myths and Misconceptions - Why all beef is Good - Prof. Leon Prozesky, Faculty of Vet. Sciences, Onderstepoort.  
   - Click to Download Presentation
Arthrosis in Cattle a Challenge to the beef Industry - Prof. Leon Prozesky, Faculty of Vet. Sciences, Onderstepoort.
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