The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources is conducting biosecurity actions at a warehouse in Jandakot, Western Australia, to ensure Australia’s strong biosecurity status is maintained.

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Monday, 30 October 2017 10:13

Wild dog target

In November 2017, northern NSW residents can have their say in local wild dog management plans and activities by participating in a targeted survey.

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New exclusion fencing technologies have come to the rescue of Barcaldine sheep producer David Counsell as wild dogs and biosecurity risks challenge his family’s sheep operation.

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For all Australian producers, it makes good business sense to reduce the risk of spreading pests and diseases by weaving biosecurity measures into everyday farm management routines and now there’s a video to show them how. 

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The NSW Department of Primary Industries is hosting a series of drop in sessions across the state as part of a consultative approach to developing new regulations of the Biosecurity Act 2015.

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Tuesday, 08 November 2016 11:56

National approach to tackle tramp ant threat

A two day workshop to develop a National Tramp Ants Biosecurity Plan begins in Brisbane.

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World Rabies Day, on 28 September, is a reminder for all Australians to do their part to ensure that Australia remains rabies-free.

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Thursday, 01 September 2016 14:39

Fencing controlling cane toads

Preventing cane toads from entering man-made dams to cool down in the hot, arid zones of Australia kills them in large numbers and is an effective way to stop their spread.

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Whilst sheep, cattle, chickens and pigs are the bread and butter of Australia’s livestock production, there are a host of other unique livestock sectors across the country that contribute to the economy and require good on-farm biosecurity and emergency animal disease preparedness too.

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Victorian farmers have praised a five-year $20 million Government commitment to continue co-ordinating Australia’s battle to control the rabbit, carp, wild dog, fox and other damaging pest control programs.

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