S Kidman and Co

Australia's most respected and successfulbeef producer since 1899

The original Australian legend

Iconic, Quality Boots
Australian since 1910

Kidman cattle are raised on our Queensland and Northern Territory properties.

At 18-24 months of age, the cattle are finished off  in the Northern New South Wales feeding hub on a carefully formulated mixture of grains.

All are EU accredited, free of hormones (HGP Free) and are Halal certified.

The Kidman quality is underpinned by the MSA (Meat Standards Australia) grading system.

This beef is nothing but the finest.

Mrs Gina Rinehart AO speech

Speech Bush Summit Perth 2023 

Mr Adam Giles

Interview Bush Summit Perth 2023 


“Hancock Prospecting is built on good Australian values where loyalty and performance are rewarded. Our vision is to create pathways to business and employment opportunity for veterans and ex military across Hancock Prospecting, That the veterans feel valued and preferentially treated when they approach us and that we create a real sense of recognition of military service to the country for which they served which for the majority will be Australia.”

Hancock Prospecting Executive Chairperson,
Gina Rinehart AO


Hancock Prospecting is Australia’s most successful private company.

We have varied and exciting career opportunities across our mining and agricultural businesses, offering avenues for people new to the industry, supporting diversity in our workplaces.

We are investing in Australian jobs and look forward to you joining with us to continue to build prosperity for our great nation, and to set yourself up now and into the future.

The Farmer – The Pearl of Them All | Poem by Murray Hartin

No foe shall gather our harvest

We are the sons of Australia,
Of the men who fashioned the land,
We are the sons of the women
Who walked with them, hand in hand;
And we swear by the dead who bore us,
By the heroes who blazed the trail,
No foe shall gather our harvest,
Or sit on our stockyard rail.

Verse of patriotic poem by Dame Mary Gilmore. Published in The Australian Women’s Weekly, June 1940 during the Second World War (1939-1945).

Things We Love

Things We Love features the charming stories and authentic recipes from outback Australians and those working in the agricultural industry. It speaks to a culture of cattlemen and women who take pride in working as a team, sharing food and celebrating the wealth and history of knowledge enmeshed in their own unique regions of Australia.

This book richly captures the spirit of these pioneering men and women’s lives and those who work on the land today.

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