AUSTRALIA: Cattle Council says commonsense is the key to protecting beef industry
The Cattle Council of Australia has developed a guide to on-farm biosecurity in a bid to provide Australian beef cattle producers with common sense guidelines to help ensure their beef cattle farms and the beef industry as a whole are kept free of major cattle diseases. Launching the beef cattle biosecurity poster at Cattle Council's meeting in Esperance, president Keith Adams said that while the guidelines were simply commonsense, the constant visual reminder could one day help prevent an industry crisis.
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