R&D Report

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Camel Live Export Supply Chain and Benefit Cost Analysis
Project Code:  W.LIV.0179

Year Published: 2014

This report was undertaken in order to determine the economic feasibility of a live camel export trade in Australia. The report provides an analysis of the supply chain requirements, an economic benefit cost analysis for the period 2013 to 2033 and an assessment of the regulatory requirements of the trade, including ESCAS. The report also identifies areas and strategies which could support the economic success of an Australian live camel export trade. 

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ESCAS - Development of a Risk Management and Quality Assurance Program
Project Code:  W.LIV.3014

Year Published: 2014

This project considers the feasibility and requirements of a risk management and quality assurance program to complement the Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System that includes the portfolio of research already developed by the industry and Government.

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Investigation of Ventilation Efficacy on Live Sheep Vessels
Project Code:  LIVE.0212

Year Published: 2014

This study/project was undertaken to investigate the ventilation effects of specific vessels carrying sheep and goats from Australia following the completion of ‘Shipboard Mortality Study - Phase 2’ that mainly focused upon ventilation efficacy on cattle vessels. The report presents risk management options in the shipment of sheep, lambs and goats and provides options for heat stress management planning.

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Veterinary Handbook for Cattle, Sheep and Goats App

Year Published: 2014

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.

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Improving Standing Stun Restraint in Indonesia
Project Code:  W.LIV.0397
W.LIV.0397 Addendum

Year Published: 2013

The task of retro fitting the Mark I restraining box came about as a result of real concerns expressed by the Australian cattle industry in relation to the supply chain issues and humane slaughter of Australian cattle in Indonesia. The specific issue of concern related to the improper use of the Mark I restraining box.

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Indonesian Cattle Breeding Demonstration – Way Laga
Project Code:  W.LIV.0393

Year Published: 2013

This project studied the performance of 50 pregnant Brahman heifers managed within an integrated cattle and palm oil plantation production model in Indonesia.  The project report outlines the project design and the outcomes of the trial, as well as making recommendations for increasing the commercial viability of this integrated breeding model. 

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The Best Practice Management of Pregnant Dairy Cattle on Long Haul Voyages
Project Code:  LIVE.0208

Year Published: 2013

This study assessed the management practices of pregnant dairy cattle on vessels exported from Australia.

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Refining Stocking Densities
Project Code:  W.LIV.0253

Year Published: 2013

This research project was undertaken to address the knowledge gap that exists regarding the effects of stocking density on the welfare outcomes of cattle and sheep during sea transport.

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Review of ASEL Scoping Study - Export of Sheep from Southern Ports to the Middle East in Winter Months
Project Code:  W.LIV.0284

Year Published: 2013

This report provides a review of the current knowledge relating to the preparation of sheep for export from southern ports in the Australian winter months, including summarising relevant industry statistics, RD&E, government mortality event investigations and regulatory provisions.

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National Livestock Export Industry Shipboard Performance Report 2012
Project Code:  W.LIV.0285

Year Published: 2013

This report provides summary information about mortalities in sheep and cattle during sea transport from Australia in 2012 to allow industry, government and others to monitor mortality trends in the live sheep and cattle trades.

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The Australian Livestock Export Industry

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