Best Practice Standards for the Preparation & Husbandry of Cattle for Transport from Australia

Project Code:  LIVE.102

Year Published: 2000

This report outlines the best practices recommendations for the preparation and husbandry of cattle transported by sea on long haul voyages from Australia.

This report outlines the best practices recommendations for the preparation and husbandry of cattle transported by sea on long haul voyages from Australia. The recommendations were designed to be read in conjunction with the Live Export Assurance Program (LEAP) Rules and Standards (December 1999), the Shipboard Management Programs Stockman’s Handbook and the Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock (ASEL).

Keywords: Cattle, On-board/transport, Domestic, Disease, Registered premises, Transport, Discharge, Fodder, Heat stress/Ventilation

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