Animal Health, Welfare and Biosecurity Submissions

2020

Loading Ramps and Forcing Pens - Standards Australia  - 6 May 2020

2019

Implementation of the Australian Standards Export of Livestock by Sea review reccommendations - Department of Agriculture - Nov 2019

Format of the Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock - Standards Australia - Sept 2019

Humane Farm Animal Care - Australian Competition and Consumer Commission - Aug 2019

Review of Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock by air - Standards Australia - May 2019

Heat stress risk assessment for the export of sheep to the Middle East - Department of Agriculture and Water Resources - 1 March 2019

Consultation Draft Export Control Rules 2020 - Meat and Meat Products - Department of Agriculture and Water Resources - Feb 2019

2018

National harmonisation of minimum veterinary prescribing and compounding regulatory requirements for veterinary practitioners - Treatment of Livestock - Department of Agriculture and Water Resources - 17 Dec 2018

Cattle Pregnancy Testing and Ovarian Scanning in Queensland - Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries - 14 Dec 2018 

Review of the Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock - Department of Agriculture and Water Resources - 27 Nov 2018

Invasive Species Enquiry - Senate Standing Committees on Environment and Communications - 7 Nov 2018

Heat Stress Risk Assessment Model for Livestock Exports - Department of Agriculture and Water Resources - Oct 2018

Australian Standard for Export of Livestock Review - Technical Advisory Committee - 19 Sept 2018

Effluent and Load Restraint Discussion Paper - National Transport Commission - 6 July 2018

2017

Intergovernmental Agreement on Biosecurty Review - Department of Agriculture and Water Resources - March 2017

2016

Intergovernmental Agreement on Biosecuirty Review Draft Report - Department of Agriculture and Water Resources - Dec 2016

2015

Effect of market consolodation on the red meat processing sector - Senate inquiry - July 2015

2014

Issues Paper: Agricultural Competitiveness Whitepaper, Sub Dec 2014

Issues Paper: Agricultural Competitiveness Whitepaper, April 2014

 

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