V&V Walsh

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V&V Walsh Company Profile  

WESTern AUSTRALIA'S LEADING LAMB & BEEF PRODUCER

V&V Walsh is one of the largest, most respected meat processors and exporters in Australia. We are proud to have been a West Australian family owned and operated business since 1957.

We specialise in LAMB and BEEF processing. Plus, the BY-PRODUCTS and SKINS from these animals.

Our state-of-the-art meat processing facility is located in Bunbury, Western Australia. V&V Walsh can process 3500 sheep per day, approximately half of this is boned and packed on-site. Plus, 400 cattle per day with the ability to bone and process 300 beef carcasses per day.

V&V Walsh aim to be the leaders in our industry. We take QUALITY ASSURANCE extremely seriously and pride ourselves on our easy to deal with customer service.

We are proud to be a major meat supplier to Australia's leading supermarkets & butchers.

We are also the producers of AMELIA PARK LAMB & BEEF - Western Australia's best lamb and beef range.

V&V Walsh SKINS and BY-PRODUCTS are sold in markets around the world.

 

V&V Walsh is PROUD TO BE a west australian, family owned & operated busiiness.

V&V Walsh was established by Vern and Jean Walsh in 1957. At this time the business was based in Busselton, Western Australia. Their sons, Peter and Greg Walsh, took over the business in the early 1980's and moved it to its current site in Bunbury, Western Australia. Since then V&V Walsh has gone from strength to strength and we are now one of Australia’s largest meat processing plants. We currently export our LAMB & BEEF products to many different countries around the world.

Peter and Greg continue to oversee the day-to-day operations at V&V Walsh and there is currently 1000 staff employed on-site.

V&V Walsh are proud to be a part of Western Australia’s agricultural industry.

 

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