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Red Meat Research & Development SA

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OUR MISSION

To ensure that the South African PORK and Large and Small Stock Industries have the technology and knowledge to deliver products, in a profitable and sustainable manner using cutting-edge scientific advancements to maintain their global competitiveness.



APPLICATION DEADLINES


FULL PROPOSALS - 29 JULY 2019   
PROGRESS REPORTS - 30 JULY 2019        
 FINAL REPORTS - 31 JULY 2019



Red Meat Research and Development South Africa Cattle and Small Stock




Red Meat Research and Development South Africa Pork

  

The RMRD SA planning committees in turn recommends projects for funding to the Project Committee who gives the final go-ahead for funding. The process of approval may take up to 4 months if all runs smoothly. In some cases this may take longer depending on whether changes are requested to the proposal.

All the committees are compiled from representatives of the relevant industries and from researchers nominated representing the recognized research institutions and universities. Subject Working Groups (SWGs) one per Research Focus Area, support the Planning committees in decision making and evaluation all through the lifetime of a project. The SWGs consists of specialists in their own respective field who are best qualified to perform this important task. 


Updated DEC18
  

NEWS SNIPPETS

ALL RESEARCHERS 
PLEASE TAKE NOTE
OF OUR DEADLINES

FULL PROPOSALS  29 JUL 2019   
PROGRESS REPORTS  30 JUL 2019        
FINAL REPORTS  31 JUL 2019

COMMITTEE MEETINGS

  CSS PLANNING  28 AUG 2019
             PROJECT  29 OCT 2019
PORK PLANNING 18 SEP 2019


DID YOU KNOW?
Read more about other Red Meat Research 

Dr Meissner compiled a list of red meat research projects not funded by the RMRDSA. Click the picture below to obtain the list!



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Updated Dec18





Cattle & Small Stock Focus Areas