Providing practical information to help you protect your farm from biosecurity risks
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Farmers are some of the proudest people in Australia & sometimes they need our help - now is one of those times!
Every dollar raised will go to buying hay, water & food hampers & delivering these to drought-affected farmers.
Get involved at https://t.co/HJ553kBoZu
A disease outbreak on your dairy can cost you some serious cheddar! It’s a gouda idea to have a biosecurity plan in place to protect your cattle and your business. #cheesypuns https://t.co/wILAODE5Lc @planthealthaust
Congratulations to Emily Pullen, the @cattlecouncilau 2019 NAB Agribusiness Rising Champion! https://t.co/qax3v4s4b1
#risingchampion #leadership #beefindustry
Curious about the health status of the livestock you’re buying? Always request an animal health declaration before purchase. https://t.co/2kfhxZPLWu @planthealthaust
Early bird registration for the first Australian Veterinary Antimicrobial Stewardship Conference 2018 is open until Monday 20 August.
Register here - https://t.co/yYGx8Kzoul
#AVAMS18 @ACMFchicken @Australian_Pork @nswdpi @meatlivestock @AustVetAssoc @DeptAgNews @AgriFuturesAU
Invasive species of caterpillar discovered in India https://t.co/n1CajApJD7 Food security of millions of people across Asia at risk, reports @CABI_News
Tiny but terrible.
The tomato potato psyllid (TPP) could devastate Qld's horticultural industry.
Report suspect sightings of TPP to Biosecurity Queensland on 13 25 23.
Photo courtesy of Pia Scanlon DAFWA Entomology 2017.
Show us your stickers https://t.co/wSSj1fgvVN via @VinehealthAus #GrapePhylloxera #biosecurity
Great ABC story on beekeeping - for more info on how to keep #bees & to identify pests & diseases visit https://t.co/iM9IhXz3Re https://t.co/Yw06JxzLRL
Some recent research reporting on Xylella fastidiosa
Check your properties regularly and if you see anything unusual call:
farmbiosecurity.com.au is part of the Farm Biosecurity Program; a joint initiative of Animal Health Australia (AHA) and Plant Health Australia (PHA) managed on behalf of members.