Welcome to
S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd

Australia’s most respected and successful beef producer.
S Kidman

Welcome to S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd, founded in 1899 by Sidney Kidman (later knighted Sir Sidney Kidman) and continuing as a family owned company. The Kidman beef interests span 12 properties over a total of 80,000 square kilometres in three states and the Northern Territory. Grass-fed and grain-fed beef are produced for Australian and export markets. Brands including Kidman Portrait, Kidman Santa Gertrudis and Kidman Gold are available in leading restaurants, together with the much enjoyed, Kidman meat pies.

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ABC Radio | Perth – Federal Agriculture Murray Whatt on FMD

The Federal Agriculture Minister Murray Watt, who has just announced a new taskforce, will be created to help plan for an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Australia. Importantly, this taskforce will be co-led by a senior officer of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and the Director General of Emergency Management Australia. Bringing together both the experts in biosecurity and animal health and our experts in disaster management.
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Perhaps the single best option for tackling these issues is to provide an unlimited work bonus which would allow pensioners to earn as much as they want from work and just pay income tax like everyone else. This is not to suggest a universal pension — eligibility would still be subject to an assets test and other income tests — but to give pensioners greater freedom to work if they choose to. It will give greater freedom and prosperity to pensioners who choose to work, it will increase revenue from the tax on additional income earned, and it will provide immediate relief to businesses across Australia struggling with worker shortages.
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Employers back push to allow pensioners to work more without losing government payment

“We need to pursue every solution,” she said. “That means supporting older Australians who are willing to pitch in at a seriously challenging time.” Hancock Prospecting executive chairwoman Gina Rinehart said the policy would be a “win-win-win-win” for pensioners and veterans who “deserve the right” to work without onerous paperwork. She said it could help ease acute staffing shortages in aged care, hospitals and other sectors.
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Gina backs ‘win-win’ plan for seniors

Thousands of pensioners and “grey nomads” could hold the key to unlocking the nation’s workforce crisis, according to a plan backed by mining magnate Gina Rinehart. “This policy would be … good for pensioners and veterans who deserve the right at least as much as all of us to work if we chose without onerous paperwork,” she said.
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Push to get over 65s back to work

Senior Australians would be able to work more hours before getting their pensions docked under new proposed legislation being introduced by independent MP Rebekha Sharkie on Monday. The private members bill – designed to alleviate critical workforce shortages – will attempt to increase the income test threshold for pensioners and has the backing of major stakeholders including the National Farmers Federation, Council of Small Business Organisations Australia, National Seniors Australia and Gina Rinehart.
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Major Highlights

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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