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  1. Good biosecurity practices protect livestock producers

    11 Jul 2017

    Livestock producers who complete a farm biosecurity plan, and regularly review their biosecurity practices, know they’re doing their best to protect their business. The farm biosecurity plan is a to...
  2. Send alpaca diseases packing

    10 Jul 2017

    Like any traditional livestock industry, the alpaca farming sector face very similar risks of disease and pest incursions, many of which have the capability of impacting the entire industry. And, just...
  3. Declare or it’s buyer beware

    10 Jul 2017

    Are you a sheep producer looking for more confidence when buying in new stock? Well, help has arrived in the form of the newly created National Sheep Health Declaration (SHD), which replaces the outgo...
  4. Animal Health in Australia 2016 available now

    10 Jul 2017

     Animal Health Australia (AHA) publishes (in collaboration with our members) the Animal Health in Australia (AHiA) series of annual reports that provide a comprehensive summary of Australia’s anima...
  5. A big congratulations to our Chairman Peter Milne!

    10 Jul 2017

    Chair of Animal Health Australia Peter Milne has been named as a member (AM) in the general division of the Order of Australia. “We are so pleased to announce that our Chairman, Peter Milne has been...
  6. Monthly catch-up: Robin Condron

    23 Jun 2017

    This month we caught up with Robin Condron. Before his recent retirement, Robin was a key member of Dairy Australia (and the dairy industry) for a number of years, and prior to, he worked with the Vi...
  7. Everything you need to know about JD in cattle

    20 Jun 2017

    UPDATE: In an important update for producers, herds with a transition score of J-BAS 7 or 8 will revert to a  J-BAS 6 rather than J-BAS 0, if no on-farm biosecurity plan is in place by 1 July 2017. P...
  8. Biosecurity focus the way of the future for livestock producers

    14 Jun 2017

    The voluntary Johne’s Beef Assurance Score (J-BAS) has been developed to assist beef cattle producers in assessing the risk of Johne’s disease (JD) occurring in a herd. Transitional arrangements f...
  9. Johne’s disease in cattle: Transitional arrangements end 30 June 2017

    02 Jun 2017

    Cattle producers across Australia are being urged to implement an on-farm biosecurity plan by 30 June 2017 in order to take up the Johne’s Beef Assurance Score (J-BAS) or maintain their current ...
  10. Scientists Jumping over Obstacles for Horse Breeding

    29 May 2017

    In a world first, scientists from the University of Newcastle have developed a method which will allow horse sperm to survive longer, which, in turn will open the gate for more chances of success in o...

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