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A high J-BAS means low risk: prevent JD and other diseases in your herd with an on-farm biosecurity plan by June 30 https://t.co/5eLMzdFuWR
Some great tips from our friends at @meatlivestock Meat & Livestock Australia
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Thanks to Wellard's Baldivis Feedlot facilities and Chief Operating Officer Brad Gosling
MEDIA RELEASE: Airport biosecurity concerns spike on the Gold Coast | https://t.co/EPdn62U4vz
E-lab-orating on our pawsome #DetectorDog training in Bris. It’s mind-beagling how quickly they’ve picked things up. https://t.co/c0gcILEJoB
This advice applies to locals returning from OS too.
Did you know fire ants can fly up to 5kms?
Help us keep an eye out for fire ants in your neighbourhood: https://t.co/tNLkGUJM8a
On-farm biosecurity starts at your property boundary.
Refer to your Grower Kit or visit https://t.co/kZ0nOXcTx0 to download.
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.