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Sheepmeat Council : Sheepmeat 2014
SHEEPMEAT COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA ANNUAL MUSTER 2014 33 ANIMAL HEALTH & WELFARE a view to streamlining governance costs, enhancing collaboration and taking a more holistic approach to endemic conditions, the sheep industry peak bodies and AHA have together developed the Livestock Production Conditions (LPC) pilot project. The LPC project will take a proactive approach to tackling sheep production issues, with greater emphasis on biosecurity and associated communication and extension activities. It also aims to address the issues of lost production in the entire sheep value chain in order to mitigate animal welfare and market access risks. This project aims to ensure that the value-add arising from animal health improvements is maximised at all stages of the sheep supply chain, from on- property to beyond the farm gate at the processor level. LPC is coordinated by AHA through the recently established sheep industries LPC Project Steering Committee comprising representatives from SCA and WPA, Meat & Livestock Australia, Australian Wool Innovation, state governments, Australian Livestock and Property Agents Australian Meat, Industry Council and Australian Veterinary Association. For more information visit the Animal Health Australia website at www.animalhealthaustralia.com.au, call AHA on +61 2 6232 5522 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Kathleen Plowman Chief Executive Officer, Animal Health Australia ANIMAL HEALTH AUSTRALIA James Jackson SCA Director James is a grazier from Guyra, NSW and runs a self replacing 16 micron dual purpose Merino flock. James has an honours degree in Veterinary Science and has a particular interest in ovine reproduction. He has been actively involved with NSW Farmers' and currently represents New England on the Executive Council. James became a Director of the Council in July 2010. James represents sheepmeat producers on a number of animal health committees. James Jackson -- SCA Director
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