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We all know that the welfare of the animals within our care is our responsibility. But when transporting cattle, who is responsible, when? In this video, beef producer,…
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The Resilience strategies for small landholders recorded webinar series is focused on supporting small landholders during times of drought and the subsequent recovery processes. This is part 4…
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Meat and Livestock Australia’s – ‘Is the animal fit to load?’ guide has recently been revised (May 2019). In this presentation, join Ted Parish (previously MLA’s Adoption Manager…
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A small proportion of livestock are identified as being unfit to load onto ships during pre-embarkation inspections. These animals are identified as sick, injured, weak or physiologically unsuitable for…
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A Producer Demonstration Site (PDS) on weight change between yarding and delivery to exporter was initiated by the Kimberley Beef Research Committee (KBRC) to examine: Weight change while…
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This guide is designed to assist exporters comply with the Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock and identify animals that are unfit to load for export. The guide complements the Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock and assists in the maintenance of assists in the maintenance of high standards of animal health and welfare.

This guide uses pictures and simple explanations of those conditions which are described but not shown in transport codes of practice, allowing producers and transporters to quickly decide…
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The Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock (ASEL) set the requirements for exporting livestock from Australia by sea and air. The standards outline the minimum animal health…
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This Meat & Livestock Australia guide provides an objective description system to assess beef cattle in low body condition and guidance on their management. Download this guide here (PDF,…
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The liveweight of an animal is important as it is often used as the basis for trading live cattle and because it is the major determinant of carcase…
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