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“ARE IMPACTS BROADER THAN BEEF” LIVE EXPORTS FORUM GEORGETOWN ADDRESS BY W.S (BILL) CUMMINGS | CUMMINGS ECONOMICS, CAIRNS 12 AUGUST 2011.

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1 “ARE IMPACTS BROADER THAN BEEF” LIVE EXPORTS FORUM GEORGETOWN ADDRESS BY W.S (BILL) CUMMINGS | CUMMINGS ECONOMICS, CAIRNS 12 AUGUST 2011

2 Cummings Economics / JUNE LIVESTOCK INDUSTRIES Value (1) of Livestock Production by Production Area PeninsulaGulfTableland Wet Tropics Burdekin North West Total Cattle$25.0 m$190.2 m$18.5 m$19.5 m$11.0 m$353.1 m$617.3 m Dairy$37.8 m Pork$3.7 m Poultry$4.5 m Total$25.0 m$190.2 m$64.5 m$19.5 m$11.0 m$353.1 m$663.3 m Note: Excludes transport to markets elements. Source: DEEDI (Primary Industries Section).

3 Cummings Economics / JUNE Value of Livestock Production by Statistical Division CattleDairyPorkPoultryTotal Far North$161 m$37.8 m$3.7 m$4.5 m$207 m North$120 m $336 m Total$617 m$37.8 m$3.7 m$4.5 m$663 m LIVESTOCK INDUSTRIES

4 Cummings Economics / JUNE EMPLOYMENT TO OUTPUT RATIO EmploymentEst Ratio Output per Person Employed Far North1,600$130,000 North1,100$110,000 North West1,400$240,000 Total4,100$162,000

5 Cummings Economics / JUNE POST FARM GATE TurnoverEmployment Far North$7.4 m60 North$6.5 m50 North West$17.7 m140 Total$31.6 m250 CATTLE TRANSPORT (1) (1) To meat works and export from region only MEATWORKS & PROCESSING Value AddedEmployment Far North$12 m110 North$60 m850

6 Cummings Economics / JUNE SUMMARY OF POST-FARM GATE VALUE ADDING Summary of Post-Farm Gate Value Adding Est Post-Farm Gate Value Adding IndustriesFar NorthNorthNorthwestTotal Sugar$140 m$300 m-$440 m Cattle Processing$12 m$60 m-$72 m Transport$7 m$6 m$18 m$31 m Fruit & Vegetables Transport$62 m$5 m-$67 m Other Livestock$80 m-- Fishing & Forestry$43 m$7 m$1 m$51 m Other$46 m$6 m-$52 m Total$390 m$384 m$19 m$793 m Est Employment Sugar8001,700-2,500 Cattle Processing Transport Fruit & Vegetables Transport Other Livestock360-- Fishing & Forestry Other Total2,3942, ,278

7 Cummings Economics / JUNE SUMMARY ASSOCIATED ACTIVITY Summary of Associated Activities Value Adding Est Value Added Far NorthNorthNorthwestTotal Government Services$35 m$17 m$2 m$54 m Education$6 m$26 m$1 m$33 m Total$41 m$43 m$3 m$87 m Est Employment Government Services Education Total

8 Cummings Economics / JUNE

9 9 V ALUE A DDED BY P RIMARY I NDUSTRIES TO THE R EGIONAL E CONOMY Calculation of Total Value Added to the Economy $M Far North RegionNorth RegionNorth West Region Output Total Value Added Output Total Value Added Output Total Value Added Grains Beef cattle Dairy cattle Pigs43.8 Poultry54.4 Other agriculture Forestry and logging22.3 Commercial fishing Meat and meat products Dairy products Fruit and vegetable products Other food products Other manufacturing Wholesale trade Road transport Services to transport, storage Government administration Education Total$1,761$1,744.5$1,296$1,326.2$373$330.6

10 Cummings Economics / JUNE E MPLOYMENT G ENERATED Calculation of Total Employment Generated in the Region Far North RegionNorth RegionNorth West Region InitialTotalInitialTotalInitialTotal Grains Beef cattle Dairy cattle Pigs Poultry Other agriculture Forestry and logging Commercial fishing Meat & meat products Dairy products Fruit & vegetable products Other food products Other manufacturing Wholesale trade Road transport Services to transport, storage Government administration Education Total

11 Cummings Economics / JUNE S OME C OMPARISONS Input Structure of Industries Total Value of Output Other AgricultureMining Non Ferrous Ores Intermediate Inputs33%34% Compensation Employees 18%9% Gross Operating Surpluses 43%50% Other6%7% Total100% Estimated Total Turnover Compared – Primary Industries & Tourism Region Primary Industries 2008/09 Visitor Expenditure (1) 2009 Far North$1,758 m$2,554 m North$1,326 m$577 m $373 mnsr (2) Total$3,457 m$3,131 m (1) Source: Tourism Research. (2) nsr – not separately recorded.

12 Cummings Economics / JUNE SURVEY RESULTS – WHERE FROM Name Tableland/ Area Townsville/Charters Towers Area GeorgetownOther Main Shopping Along Road 46%48%6%- West of 69%31%-- Vehicle Equipment Repair Along Road 38%54%8%- West of 72%24%4%- Medical Along Road 39%28%11%22% (RFDS) West of 58%24%18%- Legal Services Along Road 50% -- West of 50% -- Schooling Along Road -%89%11%- West of 13%79%9%- Accounting Along Road 54%43%3%- West of 47%35%-18% Fuel Along Road 84%16%10%- West of 58%8%33%-

13 LIVE EXPORTS FORUM GEORGETOWN 12 AUGUST 2011 “ARE IMPACTS BROADER THAN BEEF”


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