AUSTRALIA: Beef producers protected from debilitating illness
Australian beef producers will be able to protect themselves from the debilitating illness caused by Q-Fever by arranging for a free, one-off injection from their local GP. Acting Cattle Council of Australia President, John Wyld, applauded the Federal Government's decision to provide free vaccines to primary producers."Following the announcement of a $10.6 million funding package for Q-Fever earlier this year, Cattle Council has been lobbying for free vaccinations for primary producers to be included as part
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