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Export Coordinator Position Vacant

Total Livestock Genetics, based in Camperdown, Victoria is at the forefront of animal genetics and reproduction technology. It exports high value breeding animals and genetic material to an extensive local and international customer base.

Due to continued expansion TLG is seeking a full time Export Coordinator who will be responsible for all administrative tasks pertaining to our export markets. 

Accounts and HR Role Position Vacant

Total Livestock Genetics has a permanent vacancy in its accounting area.

The successful applicant will be required to assist in the financial management of Total Livestock Genetics reporting to the directors of the business, while also assisting in Human Resources. This position will suit an applicant who is highly motivated and willing to work in a team environment.  See below for full details.


April sire directory now available

After the recent April proof run TLG are proud to release the new April Sire Directory.

The core principles behind the diversity of Total Livestock Genetics’ product development are based upon serving the commercial needs of our customers. We believe the team presented within this catalogue reflects this commitment and represents genetic choices that are easy options to consider for breeders worldwide.



The continued growing interest and orders from within Australia, as well as from a number of international countries, reflects the attractiveness of the genotypes that are available.  With this in mind, we remain focussed on the ongoing support that genetics provides Australian dairy farmers, and the opportunity to present additional services to optimise the genetic development of your herd.

Our dedicated partnership with Sexing Technologies lends itself to advancing reproductive performance and herd development through our availability of SexedUltra 4M and fresh Sexed Semen. Fresh sexed semen, with it’s reproductive opportunities to optimise you heifer synchronisation programs, is becoming a standard joining practise for a number of herds Australia wide.

Our relationship with Neogen and the Igenity genomic test supports us in identifying, selecting and developing high performing commercial cow families for our customers here in Australia and around the world. It continues to provide genetic standards for the growing number of heifer exports that TLG coordinates.

Our engagement in the development of polled and A2 based genetic options represents our philosophy of providing sires that can comply with developing market requirements.  At Total Livestock Genetics, we feel it has been our willingness to embrace new technologies that has enabled us to provide leadership in dairy genetic improvement. 

Please explore our latest catalogue to help you make an informed choice about the genetic development of your herd.


Reproduction Veterinarian Required

Total Livestock Genetics is at the forefront of animal genetics and reproduction technology. Formed in 1989, TLG offers a complete suite of reproductive services for bovine, equine and small ruminant clients. The business currently employs three veterinarians and 25 support staff.

TLG is seeking an enthusiastic, confident and experienced reproduction veterinarian to work in conjunction with our existing team. We are seeking someone with experience in the following areas:

  • Bovine ET, IVF/OPU, semen collection and processing
  • Equine ET, AI, semen collection and processing
  • Ovine and caprine LAI and surgical ET, semen collection and processing

The position is full time and whilst there is no on call work, flexibility during peak times will be required. There will be opportunities to work interstate and overseas.

A generous package commensurate with experience is on offer and continuing education will be encouraged and supported.

Total Livestock Genetics is located in Camperdown, Victoria, which is two hours from Melbourne and 45 minutes from the coast.  Camperdown is an agricultural centre located on the world’s third largest volcanic plain and surrounded by large salt and fresh water lakes.

Please forward applications and any enquires to:

Total Livestock Genetics

4969 Princes Highway,

Camperdown, VIC, 3260

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 03 5593 2016


Reproduction Veterinarian Required

TLG is seeking an enthusiastic, confident and experienced veterinarian to work in conjunction with our existing team across all aspects of the business, but focusing predominantly on MOET and developing IVF services.

The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to share a busy equine reproduction caseload (including AI, stallion collection and embryo transfer), as well as overseeing the health and welfare of resident animals and livestock being prepared for export.

The position is full time and whilst there is no on call work, flexibility during peak times will be required. There will be opportunities to work interstate and overseas.

A generous package commensurate with experience is on offer and continuing education will be encouraged and supported.

Whilst we encourage overseas applicants, a valid visa to work in Australia is required – sponsorship and an attractive relocation package is available for the right candidate.

The position is located in Camperdown, Victoria, two hours west of Melbourne. Located on the world’s third largest volcanic plain, and famous for its lakes and craters, it is within easy reach of the National Parks in the Otways and Grampians, the Twelve Apostles and Great Ocean Road.

Please send CV, letter of intent and references to:

Dr Steve Williams – +61 407 840 812

[email protected]

TLG wins AustCharm Westpac Australia China business award

TLG is extremely pleased to announce that we were declared joint winners of the AustCham Westpac Australia China business awards in the category of Agriculture, food and beverage in Shanghai. This award is wonderful recognition of the work we have been doing in China to promote Australian genetics over the last few years, and we look forward to continued uptake on the use of Australian genetics in Chinese agricultural enterprises.

TLG Press release – TLG wins AustCham Business Excellence Award

TLG Appoints New Sales Manager

With much pleasure we would like to announce Paul Douglas as the new Sales Manager for Total Livestock Genetics.

Paul has a number of years’ experience in the animal genetics industry, primarily focussed on the dairy industry and the evolution of genomics within this field, with some external consultancy to the instigation of sheep and beef genomic evaluation projects.

Paul’s recent position in managing the Ginfo project (on behalf of the Dairy Futures CRC) provides opportunities to further utilise genetic data to improve the understanding and importance of genomics within the Australian dairy industry.

Paul has a Bachelor of Agricultural Science from Melbourne University, a Post Graduate Diploma in Agribusiness from Monash University, and has completed a Leadership Program with the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science.

Paul will commence this position on 12 April 2018. Contact details for Paul will be available shortly.



TLG Appoints General Manager

TLG are pleased to announce that Alex Robinson has joined the team as their new General Manager.

As TLG has experienced strong growth in the past few years it sees the appointment of a general manager as an expression of it’s confidence in continued growth in the animal reproduction and livestock export sectors.

Alex was raised on a sheep and beef farm at Framingham (near Terang) and has a degree in Agricultural Science (Melb) and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment (SIA). He joins TLG post a 15-year stint farming a large beef and sheep property in Woolsthorpe.

TLG is confident that Alex’s prior experience in both animal production and agri finance will position him well to assist in the companies continued growth and high service standards.

Alex is very much looking forward meeting TLG’s loyal customers and suppliers over the coming months and playing a constructive role in the efficient delivery of TLG’s services in the future.

Alex can be contacted on: [email protected].