The Australian Biosecurity Symposium is really starting to take shape and hot off the press we are pleased to let you know the draft program has just been finalised and available on the symposium website. It now includes the list of speakers during the concurrent sessions as well as keynote speakers.
Primary Producers SA and two of its commodity group members in Grain Producers SA, and Livestock SA have responded to news that reform to SA’s Mining Act has stalled by again calling for an independent review to be commissioned.
Welcome to the new look CliMag – now known as the Climate Kelpie News.
Did you know regulations have changed under Heavy Vehicle National Law? Not sure if your primary production business is compliant?
Find out what you need to do and get practical tips and advice!
GPSA are holding interactive, FREE and practical workshops for their members, and all Primary Producers SA commodity group members, in conjunction with industry experts Natwide Personnel.
The workshops will assist primary producers in understanding their obligations and risks in the CoR chain, and help them implement plans and checklists to reduce the risk to their businesses.
Following attendance, producers will receive support and advice from Natwide, valued at $1500, so bring your questions to ask the experts at one of the 20 workshops being held throughout South Australia.
The next round of workshops will be held on April 16 at Penola at 4pm; April 17 at Mount Gambier at 10am and on
April 17 at Keith at 6.30pm.
The workshops run for about 2.5 hours
This program has been made possible by support from the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiative Program.
The PIRSA Biosecurity SA news for April.
The Australian Wool Production Forecasting Committee (AWPFC) has revised its forecast of shorn wool production for the 2018/19 season to 298 million kilograms greasy, a 12.6% decline on the 2017/18 season and lower than its forecast at its November 2018 meeting.
Animal liberation organisations have become more active in recent times and there is credible information to suggest some of these groups are planning a day of action for Monday, 8 April.
Grain Producers SA has welcomed today’s release of the report into the Fire and Emergency Services (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill 2018 by a Parliamentary Select Committee.
New rules now apply for the tagging and ownership of domestic deer and the movement, possession and sale of feral deer and pigs.