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Be aware that you cannot export livestock to some countries.

For more information and to submit a trade enquiry

Industry Links

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  • mla
  • animal health
  • Australian Animal Welfare Strategy

The much anticipated 2014 LIVEX Forum has been launched, with tickets now available for purchase.

Following on from the success of last year's LIVEXchange Conference in Townsville,  The 2014 LIVEX Forum will be focused on the interests of southern Australian producers and supply chain participants and specifically, dairy and breeder cattle and rangeland goats, pastoral sheep exporters and associated producers.

The Forum will sit alongside our usual industry meetings and Gala dinner and will be held in Melbourne at the Rydges on Swanston the between 28 - 30 October 2014.

For further information, program and tickets, please visit http://www.conferenceresources.com.au/registrations/2014-livex-forum.aspx.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Livestock Export Industry

The live export industry is an important component of the Australian agricultural sector and contributes an average of $1 billion in export earnings annually to the Australian economy. The live export industry also employs approximately 13,000 people, mainly in regional and rural Australia and provides significant employment opportunities to indigenous people across northern Australia. Find out more

LiveCorp jointly funds programs in research, development and extension and technical services to support the continuous improvement of the live export industry. These programs include; animal welfare, supply chain and market access. Find out more

 

Veterinary Handbook App

The Veterinary Handbook for cattle, sheep and goats app is now available for download!

The Veterinary Handbook app is a mobile phone/tablet resource that includes information on the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and associated syndromes of diseases in cattle, sheep and goats.

The Veterinary Handbook app is available on iTunes and Google Play for download onto iPhone, iPad or Android phone or tablet.

Apple Devices:      Click here to download from iTunes
Android DevicesClick here to download from Google Play

Website:                 Coming soon

To read more about the Veterinary Handbook app click here.