Date: Thursday 20 April 2017
Time: 12.30 pm – 1.30 pm AEST
Webinar location: At your computer in the comfort of your home/ office or on the go, using your mobile device!
|Most states in Australia deregulated Johne’s Disease (JD) in 2016 and now manage the issue under the new JD framework.
Western Australia has elected to continue to manage JD while the Northern Territory has implemented interim arrangement, specifying a JBAS 7 status as a minimum requirement for entry via Gazette Notice G3. This change to entry requirements means big changes for Queensland in how JD is managed going forward.
During this webinar, Rachael O’Brien from the Livestock Biosecurity Network will discuss the current situation and inform producers of what they need to do to maintain market access post June 2017 to Northern Territory markets.
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Join Rachael O’Brien, Manager – Biosecurity and Extension Queensland (LBN) along with host Greg Bath (FutureBeef).
Who should register for this webinar?
This event is for anyone involved along the beef supply chain including producers, processors, brand managers, supply chain managers, agents, consultants and consumers.
The session will be recorded and a link will be sent to all those who register. So if you can’t attend on the day, you won’t miss out.
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