R&D Report

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Review of the Mark I, II and III Cattle Restraining Boxes
Project Code:  W.LIV.0371

Year Published: 2009

The aim of this study was to review the design of each of the three cattle restraining boxes (Mark 1, 2 and 3) and complete a comprehensive desk top assessment of the animal welfare and occupational health and safety impacts of each of the designs.

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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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"Is it Fit to Load in the Middle East?" Guide
Project Code:  Is it fit to load in the Middle East

Year Published: 2008

This illustrative guide is designed to assist in the identification of the types of stock that should not be transported or that require special consideration and treatment throughout the export process. The guide is designed to ensure the health and welfare of livestock during transportation.

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Assessing the Value of the Livestock Export Trade to Regional Australia
Project Code:  LIVE.0326

Year Published: 2008

This report describes and quantifies the contribution of the livestock export industry to producers and economies in regions that are highly reliant on the livestock export trade. These designated regions are the Northern Territory (cattle), Western Australia (southern sheep and cattle), Western Australia (northern cattle), Queensland (cattle) and Victoria (dairy cattle).

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Australian Goat Manual for Malaysian Farmers
Project Code:  Australian Goat Manual for Malaysian Farmers

Year Published: 2008

This manual details husbandry and management practices for Malaysian farmers that import and care for meat, dairy and fibre producing goats from Australia. The handbook topics include; farm planning, breeding and raising goats, nutrition and health.

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HotStuff Version 3.0
Project Code:  B.LIV.0249

Year Published: 2008

This project was commissioned to revise the heat stress risk assessmet software, HotStuff, and provide a methodology to properly incorporate the risk of heat stress for open-decked vessels during discharge at ports in the Middle East. 

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Inanition in Sheep - A Literature Review
Project Code:  LIVE.0243

Year Published: 2008

A review of the relevant literature related to the in appetence of sheep was conducted and factors that can influence feed intake were noted and methods to alleviate in appetence were reviewed and potential projects to investigate the issue were recommended.

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Knowledge Gaps and Research Priorities within the Livestock Export Industry
Project Code:  LIVE.0325

Year Published: 2008

The scope of this project was very broad and included the identification of demonstrative knowledge and application gaps as well as the assessment of the R&D program’s capacity to materially assist the industry to achieve its goals.

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Live Export Market Reporting Service
Project Code:  B.LIV.0340

Year Published: 2008

The project aimed to develop an outlook reporting service for livestock export industry across the major destinations for Australian cattle, sheep and goats.

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Livestock Handling Guides
Project Code:  Dos and don’ts guide of livestock handling -English

Year Published: 2008

These guides highlight the importance of understanding and communication effectively with animals in order to improve animal welfare.

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The Australian Livestock Export Industry

LiveCorp works closely with industry stakeholders to continuously improve performance in animal health and welfare, supply chain efficiency and market access through the provision of technical services and research, development and extension (RD&E).
Australian livestock can only be exported by a licensed Australian exporter and cannot be exported to all countries. If you would like to export livestock from Australia you can contact an exporter by submitting a trade enquiry below.

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