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6 out of 152 #pork products seized at the border over a two week period were positive for #AfricanSwineFever reinforcing the importance of continued compliance with Australia’s strict #biosecurity requirements. @Australian_Pork | Read more: https://t.co/UdtPInBAPb
Running a feedlot? Put pen to paper and make sure you have a comprehensive biosecurity plan for your property. Find out more about #biosecurity for #feedlots at: https://t.co/BaM1gUlWSO @FarmBiosecurity @planthealthaust
Media release via @DeptAgNews - "Keeping Australia free from African Swine Fever"
"In response to the recent spread of African Swine Fever (ASF), the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has increased its border activities."
Read More: https://t.co/CaMUPORYG9
Early bird registration is open now! Get in quick to secure your discounted rate to the 2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium - https://t.co/i9TNd5NXKI
@ISCAustralia @CentreInvasives #BioSym2019
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A comprehensive look at the past 12 months since fruit fly was detected in Tasmania via @JohannaBD - https://t.co/wuHJ1LLasI @ExaminerOnline
The National #Bee Pest Surveillance Program was a topic of conversation on @abccanberra Breakfast this week. @AdrienneFranci1 spoke with volunteer Christine Joannides & @actgovernment Biosecurity Vet Kyeelee Driver https://t.co/zuC11XUWvC
People entering #NorthQueensland banana farms without permission are again being warned they not only risk a significant fine or jail time, but also put the region’s multi-million-dollar banana industry in jeopardy https://t.co/XX1QkWy50C #bananagrowers
Tests with a commercial #beekeeper in SA have revealed
that supplementary pollen treatment is not an effective strategy to suppress levels of N. apis, N. ceranae or viruses. The full research findings and practical tips for beekeepers is available via
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.