This manual has been produced as a tool that owners, managers, staff and contractors at beef cattle feedlots can use to translate biosecurity practices into operating procedures and work instructions.
More information about feedlot biosecurity is available here.
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Media Release - Meet the new face of biosecurity in NSW, Bonnie Skinner
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Find out about Australia’s biosecurity system and how you can help. Free short (1-2 hr) online courses available at https://t.co/e8sBt2ZFIX
Tasmanian guide on keeping equipment and vehicles clean to avoid spreading pests and diseases https://t.co/efuwMC6TU5
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