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.
Where can you learn how to assess if your ewes are fit to join, how to use drones for mustering cattle and how to break down a lamb carcass, in one day? The MLA Updates Day – that’s where. MLA Updates 2023 offered a jam-packed day of short and sharp 20 – 45 minute sessions, […]
The National Biosecurity Response Team (NBRT) Cadet program is gaining momentum, having recently concluded its latest training workshop in Fremantle, Western Australia, as part of its commitment to ensuring preparedness and readiness in responding to evolving biosecurity threats. The latest in-person biosecurity training workshop is a component of the ongoing Cadet series conducted throughout Australia, […]
It’s hard to believe that the end of the year is almost upon us. I do love this time – Christmas planning begins, well-earned breaks are fast approaching and some projects are wrapping up! Just like our 2022/23 Animal Health Australia (AHA) Annual Report, which is now available for download on our website. This Annual […]
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