Overseas Agricultural Consultancies

Above: Giving international clients best practice advice around animal facilities and management (clockwise from upper left – Sudan, Gulf States, Myanmar and Jordan)

Fast Facts

Clients: Over 20 international clients including private corporates and governments
Location: A wide range of countries across the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia
When: On-going

Responsibilities: To provide advice in design and implementation of livestock enterprises

Project description

Overseas consultancies include:

  • Animal husbandry and health advice to dairy development projects in Pakistan – production systems for hot and humid conditions, shed design, breed selection, biosecurity and disease prevention, nutrition, reproduction, key profit drivers.
  • Cattle feedlot and abattoir design in China.
  • ESCAS compliance in abattoirs in China, Egypt, Israel and Turkey.
  • Downstream technical support for the Australian livestock export industry and its overseas customers in a wide range of countries across Asia, the Middle East and North Africa.

The need:  To ensure livestock production systems, facility design and project management achieve the required outcomes of each client. Every project has different challenges in terms of regulations, climate, nutrition, husbandry expertise, finances and resources.

What we did:  Tony Brightling has more than 30 years’ experience in overseas agribusiness consultancies. He has advised clients on management guidelines and the design of facilities (feedlots, abattoirs, dairies and small holdings) and provided on-site training to achieve livestock health, welfare and production. The advice given blends technical expertise with significant experience in the cross-cultural implementation of projects.

Further Reading

Client reports are not in public domain

Also see project development and review for DairyNZ and Animal Health Ireland