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  1. AUSVETPLAN heads to the Territory

    20 Sep 2017

      The Australian Veterinary Emergency Plan (AUSVETPLAN) Technical Review Group (TRG) journeyed to Alice Springs last month to witness one of Australia’s busiest cattle transit sites and also ga...
  2. Who is the next Farm Biosecurity Producer of the Year?

    13 Sep 2017

    Farm Biosecurity, 13 September 2017 If you know an Aussie farmer who takes biosecurity seriously and goes the extra length to avoid diseases, pests and weeds coming on to their property, then nominate...
  3. 2017 biosecurity survey results are in!

    08 Sep 2017

    Farm Biosecurity, Media release, 11 August 2017 The level of understanding of biosecurity amongst Australian producers has increased, with more producers controlling weeds and managing pests and disea...
  4. Monthly Catch-up: Paula Parker

    25 Aug 2017

    This month we caught up with Paula Parker, President of the Australian Veterinary Association to chat about her new position and what inspires her – Being the organisation’s youngest president...
  5. Mixed livestock producers should be biosecurity aware

    17 Aug 2017

    The recent changes to the management of Johne’s disease (JD) reinforce the importance of having robust farm biosecurity protocols and practices in place, regardless of the species of livestock you r...
  6. Monthly Catch-up: Peter Milne

    28 Jul 2017

    This month we caught up with Chairman of AHA, Peter Milne; following up on his recent achievment over the Queen’s birthday weekend in June and how he got his start in the industry. Congratulatio...
  7. Wildlife Health Australia Workshop

    26 Jul 2017

    Wildlife, Emergency and Emerging Diseases: What Do You Do? A Training Course for Wildlife Disease Recognition and Diagnosis. Australia’s geographic isolation provides a natural quarantine barrier to...
  8. We need to talk about pigs and what they can and can’t eat

    25 Jul 2017

      An open letter to all restaurateurs, chefs, hospitality workers and cooks – we need to talk about pigs and what they can and can’t eat. We are calling on the support of those in the hosp...
  9. Pigs should not ‘pig out’ on food waste

    21 Jul 2017

      Non-commercial pig owners, and even those with pigs as pets, are being reminded that whilst feeding pigs leftovers may seem like a great idea to reduce waste, what you are doing is potentially ...
  10. Stock Health Monitor – Winter 2017 available now!

    13 Jul 2017

    The 2017 winter edition of Stock Health Monitor (SHM) is now available. You can read it here. SHM provides Australia’s alpaca, cattle, goat and sheep producer communities with the latest informatio...

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