Providing practical information to help you protect your farm from biosecurity risks
Victorian followers - check-out the Livestock Health & Biosecurity Victoria Planning Workshop, run in conjunction with the Livestock Biosecurity Network & Livestock Health & Biosecurity Victoria ... See MoreSee Less
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Kangaroo hunters play an important role in helping to control livestock diseases, pests and weeds. For more visit ow.ly/ckHR30c20N8 ... See MoreSee Less
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There's that Harvesting word. The correct word is Killing. Ban kangaroo killing and doread the ban world wide.
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South Australian cattle producers, make sure you're up to date with the new Johne's Disease requirementswww.animalhealthaustralia.com.au/new-approach-jd-cattle/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Here is a fantastic video from our friends at the Invasive Animals CRC which provides a great wild-dog-101 lesson: ow.ly/4G6Y30c1tMv ... See MoreSee Less
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Kangaroo hunters play an important role in helping to control livestock diseases, pests and weeds. For more visit https://t.co/9CpBgMk6RB
Here is a fantastic video from our friends at the Invasive Animals CRC which provides a great wild-dog-101 lesson: https://t.co/s1ndZmTs0s
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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
Surveillance for #TomatoPotatoPsyllid underway across Vic. No detection of TPP to date. Ag Vic working to confirm Victoria is free of TPP.
Great video from @crcassoc all about our award-winning #Pestpoint #pest identification technology https://t.co/tmEMtii2sQ #biosecurity
Congratulations Gary Kong & team. Decade of work on Pestpoint, for global #biosecurity. Well deserved @crcassoc Award. #collabinnovate
These sentinel hives in Hobart are part of the National Bee Pest Surveillance Program.
On a recent field trip #Landcare Facilitators heard how Peter Gullett beat the weed #AfricanLovegrass on his Lambrigg farm in #Tharwa.
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.