General Login

Forgot Password?
Become a Member
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cape Grim Beef
Pure Black Natural Angus Beef
Greenham Tasmania Natural Beef
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home Home Page

Tasmanian News


John Hammond
Friday 21st of August 2015
Australia’s Finest Wagyu - Robbins Island Wagyu
The Robbins Island Wagyu brand is processed at the Smithton export works and will be marketed by Greenham Tasmania (Cape Grim Beef) and available through domestic and international channels. Greenham Tasmania has an excellent reputation for processing and packaging high quality beef products.

Ashley Hobbins front on
Saturday 16th of April 2011
Rural women scholarship - Burnie Advocate
In a show of support, appreciation and recognition for women on the land, the Minister for Primary Industries and Water, Bryan Green announced Ashley Hobbins,of Burnie, winner as part of the 2011 award for Rural Women.

Hobbins Governor Greenham
Thursday 24th of March 2011
The future looks bright for Ashley - Burnie Advocate
A young Burnie woman is going places in agriculture.

Maine Anjou heifers
Friday 11th of March 2011
It's strait ahead to the Maine event - Tasmanian Country
Two Tasmanian-bred Maine Anjou heifers will start their journey to South Australia today as part of the breed's annual scholarship program.

Denise and Paul Saward with Mr Kaisaku Shoji and Mrs Tomoko Shoji
Friday 7th of January 2011
Quality and taste a cut above - Tasmanian Country
Tasmanian beef farmers were commended on the quality of their grassfed cattle and urged to maintain current management practices at an open day at Greenham's Smithton plant.

State of the art boning room
Thursday 2nd of December 2010
Greenham opens its doors - Burnie Advocate
Farmers and producers were able to see the progress of renovations at Greenham Tasmania Smithton plant first-hand on Saturday.

Peter Greenham Jnr
Wednesday 24th of November 2010
The grand tour of a grand renovation - Circular Head Chronicle
More than 350 guests have been invited to view the multimillion dollar renovations at Greenham Tasmania's Smithton plant this Saturday at 10am. Attendees on the day will enjoy a tour of the new facilities until midday followed by lunch at the Circular Head Community and Recreation Centre before official proceedings.

NewPlant3
Wednesday 24th of November 2010
From the paddock to the plate - Circular Head Chronicle
After a year in the pipeline and months of construction the $2.5 million dollar renovations at Greenham's Smithton Plant will finally be unveiled this Saturday.

Coastal beef recognised - Burnie Advocate
Thursday 28th of October 2010
Coastal beef recognised - Burnie Advocate
Our beef is getting the thumbs up on the mainland.

Mike Buckby
Thursday 28th of October 2010
Short wait for more weight at Smithton - Queensland Country Life
Tasmanian beef cattle producer, Mike Buckby, works hard on a number of fronts to ensure he turns out the highest quality animals.

Beef
Wednesday 27th of October 2010
Greenham scores again - Circular Head Chronicle
Greenham Tasmania has confirmed its reputation as one of the best producers of quality beef in Australia with a solid performance at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show.

NewPlant1
Friday 15th of October 2010
$2.5m 'facelift' for Greenhams - Tasmanian Country
A $2.5 Million renovation of meat processor Greenhams' Smithton factory has been completed, with jobs for factory workers expected to rise from 150 to 170.

MSA grade steak
Thursday 14th of October 2010
Production increase for Greenham plant - Burnie Advocate
Changes at Greenham Tasmania's Smithton plant will make the operation both bigger and better

Graeme Pretty
Wednesday 6th of October 2010
Strong support for campaign - Circular Head Chronicle
They might not be a typical retail business but Greenham Tasmania has showed its support with a cash injection for the Circular Head Chronicles Invest in Your Future - Buy Local campaign.

Tasmanian Cattle
Wednesday 8th of September 2010
Peter Greenham talks renovations and product branding - Circular Head Chronicle
Managing director of Greenham Tasmania, Peter Greenham will be in town this month overseeing the million dollar renovations at the Smithton factory and be a guest speaker at a Circular Head Progress Group event.

Wednesday 2nd of June 2010
Renovations at Greenham's factory begins
Building began last week at the Greenham Tasmania factory in Smithton in what is estimated to be a $2 million renovation.

Friday 30th of April 2010
Greener pastures for Smithton works
Another encouraging week with news that Greenhams are going to expand their Smithton works over the next twelve months with an extra 100 cattle per day being processed.

Improvements to the boning room
Wednesday 28th of April 2010
30 new jobs to be created in Circular Head
Nearly 30 new full time equivalent jobs will be created in Circular Head after four local businesses had grants approved from the north west and northeren Tasmania Innovation and Investment Fund.

Tasmanian MLA Tour♠
Wednesday 20th of August 2008
Greenham Tasmanian beef makes big impression
Led by MLA’s Gerard Doherty, the group included representatives from most mainland states. The itinerary included visits to leading restaurants and retail outlets, and was designed to take delegates behind the scenes.

Thursday 10th of July 2008
Tasmania must remain GMO free
The state government needs to maintain its ban on genetically modified organisms or risk jeopardising the strong position of Tasmanian beef in international markets.

Wednesday 9th of July 2008
Tasmanian beef strikes a chord and leads to investment
Concerted efforts to differentiate Tasmanian beef for international and domestic markets are really starting to pay off.

Monday 30th of June 2008
Greenham committed to King Island farmers
It's been about three years since Greenham came back to King Island, and they couldn't be happier doing business here.

2007 Greenham Tasmania Scholarship Winner
Sunday 8th of April 2007
2007 Greenham Tasmania Scholarship assists beef enthusiast to help the industry
Growing up on the family farm and developing his own Angus stud in Year 9 has given this year’s winner of the $10,000 Greenham Tasmania Scholarship a real passion for the improvement of the beef industry.

2006 Tasmaian Scholarship Winner
Friday 10th of March 2006
Greenham Tasmania 2006 Scholarship Winner - Land Management Is The Key To The Future
A 22 year-old farmer with a passion for soils and land management has won the 2006 Greenham Tasmania Scholarship of $10,000 for continuing education relating to the dairy and beef industries

Liveweight Buying Truck
Thursday 29th of December 2005
Tassie Truck Service a Winner
Farmers are jumping on board with the latest initiative in livestock selling in Tasmania, according to HW Greenham and Sons livestock manager Adarn Pretty.

Ian Millen
Tuesday 13th of December 2005
Greenham cattle buyer celebrates 50 years of service to the meat industry
Ian Millen, buyer for Greenham Tasmania in the central and east district celebrated 50 years in the Tasmanian cattle industry on December 12.

Steak
Monday 14th of November 2005
45 the new 25 for Tassie farmers: $10,000 Greenham Tasmania Scholarship launched
An exciting new opportunity to undertake further education related to any sector of the dairy or beef industries has been announced today for Tasmanian farmers, their immediate families and employees – and unlike most scholarships you don’t have to be coming out of secondary school to qualify.

Darryl Quilliam with Adam Pretty
Wednesday 7th of September 2005
Smithton farmer looking forward to the “ultimate weekend” at the footy
Smithton farmer Darryl Quilliam is getting set for a memorable weekend in Melbourne for the AFL grand final having won the Greenham Tasmania footy tipping competition prize package worth more than $4500.

Jane Sykes
Tuesday 26th of April 2005
Future agronomist wins the 2005 Greenham Tasmania $10,000 scholarship
A 19-year old future agronomist Jane Sykes, of Ringarooma in north-eastern Tasmania has won the 2005 Greenham Tasmania Scholarship of $10,000 for continuing education in the dairy and beef industries.

Greenham's Footy Tipping
Wednesday 30th of March 2005
'Ultimate Grand Final Experience'
Smithton meat processor Greenham Tasmania is giving local dairy and beef producers the chance to test their footy expertise and win the 'Ultimate Grand Final Experience'.

Rhys Beattie
Tuesday 1st of March 2005
Rhys can keep his Angus stud data “on the hoof”
Aspiring young Tasmanian farmer, Rhys Beattie will be able to take his Angus stud cattle information with him wherever he goes thanks to Smithton meat exporter Greenham Tasmania.

Adam Pretty
Wednesday 8th of December 2004
To Our Valued Livestock Suppliers
Chemical residues in meat are a critical issue in regard to meat safety and human health. Many people are not aware that meat withholding periods following treatment of animals with veterinary chemicals or from spraying of crops can differ dramatically.

Cows
Tuesday 16th of November 2004
Greenham Tasmania 2005 scholarship is open
Greenham Tasmania is calling for submissions for its 2005 $10,000 scholarship created to help young people in Tasmania prepare for a future in the Australian dairy and beef industries.

Tasmanian Cattle
Monday 20th of September 2004
Liveweight cattle buying centre opens at Devonport
Farmers in the Devonport district who want to sell cattle will soon have a Greenham Tasmania liveweight buying centre at their doorstep.

Michael Armstrong
Wednesday 28th of January 2004
Young Tassie dairy cattle breeder wins inaugural $10,000 Greenham Tasmania Scholarship
Young dairy cattle breeder Michael Armstrong has won the inaugural Greenham Tasmania Scholarship.

Fence
Friday 16th of January 2004
Move Over Mr Drover – Girls Take It To The Guys In Greenham Bicentenary Cattle Drive Team
If bush poet Banjo Paterson was around today penning his famous ballads about Australian horsemen and iconic bush characters, he might have to rethink his approach.

Windmill
Saturday 20th of December 2003
Minister Launches Greenham Bicentenary Cattle Drive
An historic cattle drive re-enactment will take place at the end of summer next year to help celebrate the Tasmanian Bicentenary.

Beef
Thursday 20th of November 2003
Bull Beef Pays Off For Tasman Farms And Smithton
A new enterprise growing out dairy and dairy-cross bull calves to two years is paying dividends for Tasman Farms Ltd and the Smithton community.


 
 
 
 
HW Greenham & Sons Pty ,Greenham Tasmania Pty Ltd, meat exporters, Australian beef, meat processing plant, Australian beef exporter
Website Development
Web design Melbourne Australia The Web Designer
Powered By shopa Designed By - TEAPOT Digital
XHTML Strict 1.0 Validated