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Assistant Local Government Minister Nikki Boyd, Murweh Shire Mayor Shaun Radnedge, and Western Meat Exporters managing director Campbell McPhee looking over the plans for the Charleville abattoir's expansion.

Assistant Local Government Minister Nikki Boyd, Murweh Shire Mayor Shaun Radnedge, and Western Meat Exporters managing director Campbell McPhee looking over the plans for the Charleville abattoir’s expansion.

Queensland’s largest commercial-scale sheep and goat abattoir is soon to embark on a $9 million expansion of its facility at Charleville that will open up 60 more jobs for the community.

As well as ramping up the number of animals processed a year from 460,000 to 900,000, Western Meat Exporters managing director Campbell McPhee said it would enable them to begin value-adding and to look into regional branding.

The state government is contributing $4m to the expansion, through its $175m Jobs and Regional Growth Fund, and WME is…



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