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AHA staff members Tony, Brendan and Ashley had a field trip through Virbac Australia today.
Check out some greats snaps of them touring the facility, which is where our anthrax vaccine bank is managed.
Welcome to Twitter @IntegritySysCo! We're looking forward to sharing your content @meatlivestock
Don’t flip your came-lid over a disease incursion, make sure you have a biosecurity plan in place to protect your flock. https://t.co/QwgkdY6ClT @planthealthaust
There's only two weeks left! AHA is calling for content for Issue 2 of The Link!
Our second edition will have the theme Emergency animal disease: are we prepared?
For more information visit https://t.co/7xBxFvg7ZZ
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Get your copy of ‘Poultry for Show and Sale’ – A national guide to the handling, transportation and biosecurity of poultry for show and sale.
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#Banana breeding to beat Panama: https://t.co/gB7GxwkkiZ
READ: @StrawberryInnov - The Punnet e-news July 2018 - 10yr Berry export strategy, waste solutions + QFF biosecurity update - https://t.co/QmV8vGX7lN - @RMConsultingGr @Hort_Au #agchatoz
Killer wasps & better pheromones target codling moth https://t.co/cqg4h5fSMu #pestmanagement #Horticulture
Good to see a young Australian entomologist passing on her plant biosecurity skills in Laos.
Best Friday tweet - Thanks @MattBrannRURAL
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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.