Play your part in strengthening Australian agriculture in the north
Biosecurity is not just about managing endemic disease and responding to exotic disease, it’s also about actively participating in targeted disease surveillance programs as a way to demonstrate to our livestock markets that we are free from diseases of interest.
Jess Rummery is the Biosecurity and Extension Manager for the Livestock Biosecurity Network in northern Australia. In this article, Jess outlines the key surveillance programs and provides some great advice about how livestock producers can participate.
You’ll find more information and contact details for Jess on the Livestock Biosecurity Network website.