Select the livestock and crops that are specific to your farm. This feature will collect all the information from the Farm Biosecurity website to create your toolkit.
Whether you do a little or a lot, any mitigation activity goes a long way to beefing up biosecurity on your property. https://t.co/BaM1gUDxKm @planthealthaust
This morning at our Members' Forum we heard from NSW CVO, Sarah Britton and CCA's Justin Toohey who were discussing the outcomes and key insights from Exercise Border Bridge.
We had a fabulous night networking with our members and stakeholders. Thank you all who attended and we look forward to doing it again in November!
Looking for #biosecurity information specific to your sector or species? @FarmBiosecurity has a suite of manuals available for producers, no matter what you farm!
Catch up on #honeybee news from around the nation in the latest Bee Aware e-newsletter https://t.co/9aRIN41acF
Have you seen AUSVEG Biosecurity Adviser Dr Kevin Clayton-Greene’s latest biosecurity update? It’s on page 46 of the latest #PotatoesAustralia magazine! Check it out here: https://t.co/oVv1tW7k4k @Hort_Au @biosecurityveg
Be on the look out for this little critter - but note they are only up to 1.8mm long! https://t.co/Q9qLBzH0DC
A big thank you to everyone who took part in our survey of grains-livestock producers about their plans to put biosecurity measures in place on their farms. https://t.co/uba0gWAEg9
It's best to work with neighbours on all things biosecurity related. Pests and diseases don't know what a fence is. https://t.co/ewwwR18O5X
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