R&D Report

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South East Asia Cattle Feedlot Management Guides
Project Code:  Manual for South East Asian Cattle Feedlots - Bahasa
Manual for South East Asian Cattle Feedlots - English

Year Published: 2010

These manuals were designed to provide comprehensive information on husbandry and management practices for Australian cattle managed within south-east Asian feedlots as well as an overview of the live export process.

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Respiratory Heat and Moisture Generation of Goats and Deer - A Literature Review
Project Code:  B.LIV.0247

Year Published: 2009

The aim of this project was to recommend values for respiratory exchange and heat production of deer and goats that are appropriate for use in a project aimed at determining the ventilation requirements during transport via aircraft.

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Respiratory Disease of Export Cattle
Project Code:  B.LIV.0248

Year Published: 2009

This report outlines the findings of the literature review and industry consultation process related to feedlot Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD). The report also outlines recommendations for future R&D to examine morbidity and mortality in cattle undergoing live export from Fremantle to the Middle East.

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Design of a Mark 3 Cattle Restraining Box Meeting Middle East Standards
Project Code:  B.LIV.0347

Year Published: 2009

The main objective of this project was the continuous improvement of the design of cattle equipment suitable for the slaughter of Australian cattle in overseas markets.

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Sheep Trolley Draft Design
Project Code:  B.LIV.0358

Year Published: 2009

The objective of this project was the design of a trolley suitable to restrain and transport a single 50-70kg sheep in a comfortable position for the use in Middle Eastern markets.

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Electrolyte Supplementation of Export Cattle and Further Investigations in the Heat Stress Threshold of Sheep and Dairy Cattle
Project Code:  LIVE.0224 V1

Year Published: 2009

This study was conducted in an attempt to repeat the findings of the previous project entitled ‘Physiology of Heat Stress in Cattle and Sheep’ that reported a weight advantage of cattle supplemented with water based electrolytes.

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Preparation of Goats For Export
Project Code:  W.LIV.0130

Year Published: 2009

This project has sought to review the current practices and performance of the live goat export industry following the previous project entitled ‘Minimising Mortality Risks During Export of Live Goats by Sea from Australia’. 

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Investigating the Relationship Between Salmonella-Inanition and Property of Origin
Project Code:  W.LIV.0132

Year Published: 2009

This report provides a review of current knowledge concerning Salmonellosis and inanition as causes of mortality in live export sheep and the potential associations between mortality and farm-level risk factors. The report then identifies several activities aimed at developing capacity to monitor, investigate and improve health and welfare outcomes in export sheep.

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Determining the Feasibility of Developing an Ovine Salmonella Vaccine
Project Code:  W.LIV.0133

Year Published: 2009

This project assessed the economic feasibility of developing a Salmonella vaccine for use in Australian sheep. The report details a literature review and a benefit-cost analysis that found the vaccination would be economically viable, based on a positive net present value (NPV) of returns over 10 years.

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Quantitative Assessment of Cattle Behaviours Onboard Livestock Ships
Project Code:  W.LIV.0251

Year Published: 2009

The objective of this study was to utilise video footage of cattle taken as part of the previous project entitled ‘Assessing the Welfare and Feeding Behaviour of Horned and Polled Sheep and Cattle During Export’ to make an informed estimation as to the proportion of the day animals spend performing certain basic behaviours. The report details common behaviours exhibited during a voyage of cattle.

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