Barnaby Joyce under attack from red meat consolidation Senate Inquiry chairman Glenn Sterle

By John Chanter
Updated September 4 2015 - 4:10pm, first published 3:56pm
MAKING SENSE: Senator Glenn Sterle, centre, and the panel listen to North East beef producer Maureen Cottam during Wednesday's hearing in Albury. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE
MAKING SENSE: Senator Glenn Sterle, centre, and the panel listen to North East beef producer Maureen Cottam during Wednesday's hearing in Albury. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

THE man chairing the federal government inquiry into consolidation of the red meat processing sector hopes their findings lead to change – but he is not holding his breath.

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