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Thu, 20 July


Manildra Milling

SFMCA NSW AGM, GM & Plant Tour

With special thanks to the Macsmith family, we will tour MSM Milling in Manildra to view their Feed Mill commissioned in 2014. In 2019 MSM Milling also commissioned a $5.38m dollar biomass-fuelled boiler as part of the Australian Renewable Energy Agenda. The meeting will include the AGM, GM & lunch

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SFMCA NSW AGM, GM & Plant Tour
SFMCA NSW AGM, GM & Plant Tour

Time & Location

20 July 2023, 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

Manildra Milling, Dederang St, Manildra NSW 2865, Australia

About the Event

10.30am - Arrive MSM Milling, Dederang St, Manildra, NSW, 2865

10.45am - Site Tour

12.00pm - Depart for Duntryleague Golf Club, Woodward Street, Orange, NSW, 2800

12.30pm - Light Lunch

1.30pm - GM & AGM

3.30pm - Meeting concludes

In 2014, MSM Milling built and commissioned a new Feed Mill to value add to canola meal pressed on-site.  The plant produces high quality and high protein stockfeeds for local and international markets.  In 2019, MSM Milling commissioned a multi-million dollar cornerstone project for the Australian food processing industry, making it the country’s first low carbon canola oil producer.

A state-of-the-art $5.38 million biomass-fuelled boiler was funded by the 100% Australian family owned company, in conjunction with a $2-million grant from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), under the Advancing Renewables Program.

The project involved the installation of a 4.88MW boiler, which is fuelled by locally sourced renewable wood waste, forestry thinnings, offcuts and sawmill by-products, to generate the steam needed for the canola processing operation.

The biomass boiler replaces three LPG boilers, with the vast majority of heat and steam requirements now coming from renewables. MSM Milling's commitment to sustainability and adoption of renewable energy, helps ensure the future of the business, and is in line with consumers’ demands for environmentally friendly products, production, supply chains and businesses.

Please wear safety boots for the tour.

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