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Sheepmeat Council : Sheepmeat 2012
‘Working together for animal health’ Australian Government • Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry States and territories • State of New South Wales • State of Queensland • State of South Australia • State of Tasmania • State of Victoria • State of Western Australia • Australian Capital Territory • Northern Territory Livestock industries • Australian Alpaca Association Limited • Australian Chicken Meat Federation Inc • Australian Dairy Farmers’ Limited • Australian Duck Meat Association Inc • Australian Egg Corporation Limited • Australian Honey Bee Industry Council • Australian Horse Industry Council • Australian Lot Feeders’ Association Inc • Australian Pork Limited • Australian Racing Board • Cattle Council of Australia Inc • Equestrian Australia Limited • Goat Industry Council of Australia • Harness Racing Australia • Sheepmeat Council of Australia Inc • WoolProducers Australia Service providers • Australian Veterinary Association • Council of Veterinary Deans of Australia and New Zealand • CSIRO - Australian Animal Health Laboratory Associate members • Australian Livestock Export Corporation (LiveCorp) • Dairy Australia Limited • National Aquaculture Council Inc Animal Health Australia Members Animal Health Australia is a not for profit company established by the Australian Government, state and territory governments and major national livestock industries. With a focus on national animal health and welfare issues, the company facilitates sustainable partnerships between members and provides leadership in securing outcomes that position Australia as a world leader in terms of its animal health status and services. Credits: A. Yzerman, J.Doherty and M. Banks. Product movement People movement Vehicles and equipment Feed and water Pests and weeds Good farm biosecurity practices on your property will protect your livestock and plants from diseases, pests and weeds. Consider these risk areas on your property and what you can do to minimise them: www.farmbiosecurity.com.au secure your farm : secure your future Spotted any thing unusual? farm biosecurity EXOTICPLANTPESTHOTLINE1800084881 EMERGENCY ANIMAL DISEASE WATCH HOTLINE 1800 675 888