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New approach to JD in cattle

This page provides updates on the progress of the new JD in cattle Framework. Further information will be provided as the implementation progresses. For information about the review process and the Framework’s development, click here.

infographic_higherres_webNew JD in cattle fact sheet

Click here to access the New approach to Johne’s disease in cattle fact sheet. It provides the latest information on the JD in cattle Framework, including an overview of the new approach, key changes, available tools and resources and a ‘Frequently asked questions’ section.

The fact sheet will be updated as the implementation of the Framework progresses, so check back regularly for the most current information.

 

CattleMAP: next steps

As of 1 November 2016, the Australian Johne’s Disease Market Assurance Program for Cattle (CattleMAP) will transition to alternative industry assurance systems. This outcome follows a review of CattleMAP, undertaken by Herd Health P/L on behalf of the BJD Steering Committee. The new arrangements for CattleMAP participants is the final step in the wider BJD Review process. Click here for more information.

New approach continues to make progress

The JD in cattle Framework is now in the implementation phase, with AHA working with the state departments of agriculture, industry bodies and producers to finalise a cohesive communications plan to educate all affected parties. Click here for more information.

New JD in cattle Framework released

The interests of Australian cattle producers have driven the development of the new JD in cattle Framework document. The Framework, released 15 February 2016, outlines a fresh approach to the management of the endemic disease and is the result of 12 months of consultation and evaluation of existing practices, led by AHA on behalf of industry.

The Framework clearly outlines how Australia will manage JD in cattle into the future and shifts the focus of JD management to the wider biosecurity practice of reduction and management of all diseases. Click here for more information.

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Page reviewed: September 30, 2016