Animal Health Australia is the trusted and independent national animal health body in Australia, bringing together government and industry to deliver animal health and biosecurity.
Together with our members, we’re working for a national biosecurity system that provides every opportunity for Australian agriculture to succeed at home and overseas.
The Australian Veterinary Emergency Plan otherwise known as AUSVETPLAN contains the nationally-agreed approach for the response to emergency animal disease (EAD) incidents in Australia. Animal Health Australia has been managing the development and review of the manuals listed under the AUSVETPLAN to ensure the documents not only look great but provide up-to-date and relevant information. […]
Parasite management is a key component of best practice production. Keeping your parasites in check allows for your sheep to be productive and profitable. Dr Sophie Hemley is a practicing vet in rural NSW with a keen interest in sheep. She sat down with Dr Emily Buddle, an engagement specialist and SA based producer, to discuss what parasite issues wool […]
The Australian agriculture industry is set to make history this financial year with a forecast to reach $78 billion in value. According to the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) latest outlook released today, both crop growers and livestock producers will see record values of $43 billion and $33.4 billion respectively. […]
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