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Did you catch our Animal Health in Australia 'Fun Fact Friday' series? If not, we'll be rolling these out again over the next few weeks!
The annual AHiA publication is an insightful summary into Australia's animal health system, and we've taken some interesting facts out for you!
A fantastic video from @DeptAgNews on the importance of reporting something unusual! Your actions have flow on effects - https://t.co/ImKtmpfZVk
See, Secure, Report and help to protect Australia's Biosecurity status. https://t.co/Rw1c12OlTA
#SheepProducers has today endorsed a new definition of lamb, to be the same as the New Zealand definition. Industry feedback, science and data informed the decision. More info at https://t.co/fDbKoHQZc5
Your #biosecurity plan – so important you should llaminate it.
AHA Express - March edition is due out soon!
Featuring the latest in happenings at AHA, the 2018 Farm Biosecurity Producer of the Year Award winners and the latest in agricultural and rural news.
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We're hitting the road this April/May with the Wine Grape Council of SA, to deliver the latest info about biosecurity to growers as part of the 2018 Grape Grower Roadshow. Find out more and register here: https://t.co/jQ4dKFBNur
Our recently published paper on "Modelling the potential distribution of #Trissolcus japonicus a biocontrol agent of #BMSB", is now Open Access. Download it here: https://t.co/85xenKcAqK
@MPI_NZ @HorticultureNZ @planthealthaust @PBCRC @IOBC_Global @KVHNZ @
Uncertified seed can introduce a host of unwanted pests and diseases. Top tips from Sharyn Taylor @planthealthaust on reducing the risk of introducing any new threats on or with seed for the 2018 crop. https://t.co/RzUNbdR65l
Q: How can I keep my #biosecurity plan in my pocket, ready to go, no matter where I am?
A: Download the Farm Biosecurity app
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.