Best practice in the use of veterinary chemicals and drugs in exporting livestock

Project Code:  LIVE.0114

Year of Published: 2004

This manual was designed for exporters, managers of live export assembly depots, Masters and Chief Officers of livestock ships, and stockmen working with cattle, sheep or goats exported live from Australia.

This manual was designed for exporters, managers of live export assembly depots, Masters and Chief Officers of livestock ships, and stockmen working with cattle, sheep or goats exported live from Australia. The manual details; the ‘best-practice’ use of veterinary drugs and chemicals and includes storage, record keeping and off-label use as well as a list of common veterinary drug uses for live export cattle, sheep and goats and a description of recommended injection techniques.

Keywords: Cattle, Goats, Dairy, On-board/transport, Domestic, Disease, Registered premises, Transport, Feedlot, Farm

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