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  1. National Farm Biosecurity Manual – Poultry Production
    Updated: January 14, 2013
  2. National Water Biosecurity Manual – Poultry Production
    Updated: November 27, 2012
  3. Suburban keepers should be ‘eggstra’ vigilant on biosecurity
    Keeping poultry such as chickens, ducks and geese in backyards is a popular practice across Australia, with many people hoping to live sustainably, provide eggs to family and friends or to teach their children about animal rearing and food production. While many birds live safe, healthy and comfortable lives in backyards, it is important to […] Updated: November 13, 2017
  4. Biosecurity – it’s time for everyone to act!
    A new approach to managing biosecurity is underway with new biosecurity acts for NSW and Queensland, placing greater responsibility on producers and reducing government regulation. Queensland implemented its Biosecurity Act 2014 on 1 July, and NSW is expected to officially implement its new legislation next year. Queensland’s Chief Veterinary Officer Alison Crook explained what the […] Updated: October 30, 2018
  5. Never fear, the building blocks of biosecurity are here
    You couldn’t operate a farm without agricultural knowledge or build a fence without the right tools, so how could you implement biosecurity practices on your property without a basic understanding of what it involves? Fortunately, help is just a click away, with the Farm Biosecurity website providing farmers and industry stakeholders with access to a […] Updated: February 5, 2016
  6. The value of Australia’s biosecurity system to producers
    The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) has released the report The value of Australia’s biosecurity system at the farm gate: an analysis of avoided trade and on-farm impacts. Australia’s biosecurity system protects farms from a large number of pests, weeds and diseases, but the importance of biosecurity to farms can […] Updated: July 2, 2015
  7. Manual – Routine Biosecurity Procedures
      1.     MOVEMENTS OF BIRDS AND OTHER LIVESTOCK/ ANIMALS 1.1         BIRD MOVEMENTS  Objective:      To manage the introduction and movement of ducks and their products in a way that minimises the risk of introducing or spreading diseases. More 1.2         LIVESTOCK AND OTHER ANIMAL MOVEMENTS Objective:      To manage the introduction and movement of other livestock and animals […] Updated: January 30, 2013
  8. Farm Biosecurity Manual for the Duck Meat Industry
    Download the manual.   CONTENTS 1. Duck production biosecurity 2. Routine bisoecurity procedures 3. High risk biosecurity procedures 4. Records & Appendixes         BACKGROUND, PURPOSE & STATUS In a broad sense, biosecurity is a set of measures designed to protect a population from transmissible infectious agents at a national, regional and individual […] Updated: February 26, 2013
  9. National Farm Biosecurity Reference Manual – Grazing Livestock Production
    Grazing Livestock Biosecurity Download PDF Goals: To prevent the introduction of infectious diseases to grazing livestock production properties To prevent the spread of diseases from an infected property to an uninfected property Continue reading About this manual The National Farm Biosecurity Reference Manual – Grazing is an important tool for meeting our shared responsibility for biosecurity. […] Updated: August 20, 2018
  10. Chook biosecurity in the spotlight
    The recent small outbreak of H7 avian influenza at an egg farm near Maitland has been swiftly contained and eradicated in a collaborative effort between industry and NSW authorities. However the incident has thrown a spotlight on the simple but effective farm biosecurity measures which can be implemented at all poultry operations to help prevent […] Updated: August 31, 2016