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IF YOU SEE SOMETHING UNUSUAL- REPORT IT!!

Report any suspicions of disease immediately. PIRSA will determine whether a significant or notifiable disease is occurring.

There is a legal requirement for anyone who suspects or diagnoses a notifiable disease to report it immediately to a vet, animal health officer or the emergency animal disease

Report serious or unusual symptoms or behaviour in your livestock to one of the following:

Emergency Animal Disease News & Updates

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News

7/12/2022

Wet spring brings increase in lame sheep

The Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA) has detected 20 cases of footrot since...
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Newsletter

1/12/2022

Newsletter | December 2022

We are building on our strength in giving our members a voice and ensuring the...
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News

1/12/2022

Livestock Act passes protecting SA from animal disease incursion

Media Release:Clare Scriven MLCMinister for Primary Industries and Regional Development South Australia’s ability to respond...
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Column

25/11/2022

Breaking down the livestock methane concerns

Around 15% of the world’s total greenhouse gas emissions come from livestock production. In Australia...
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21/11/2022

River Murray Floods

On the 1st December, flow levels were recorded at 152GL per day. Forecasts of between...
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News

18/11/2022

Shearing and Wool Program 2023

2023 SA Learner and Improver Shearers and Wool Handlers Program. SCAASHEARER WOOLHANDLERTRAINING INC
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Member Update

15/11/2022

Board Meeting Communique | October

The Livestock SA Board convened on 27-28 October 2022 at the Adelaide Showgrounds for the...
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Member Update Industrial Relations

14/11/2022

Industrial Relations Update | November 2022

Employment Entitlements During National Disasters and Emergencies
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