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Most states in Australia deregulated Johne’s disease in 2016 and now manage the issue under the new Johne’s disease framework. Western Australia has elected to continue to manage Johne’s disease while the Northern Territory has implemented interim arrangements, specifying a JBAS 7 status as a minimum requirement for entry via Gazette Notice G3. This change to entry requirements means big changes for Queensland in how we manage Johne’s disease going forward.
During this webinar, Rachael O’Brien (from the Livestock Biosecurity Network) discusses the current situation and what producers need to do to maintain market access post June 2017 to Northern Territory markets. In this webinar you’ll hear about:
34:33 minutes, published 19 April 2017 by FutureBeefAu. Download a copy of the webinar presentation slides (PDF, 2MB).