Investigating Feed and Water Curfews for the Transport of Livestock Within Australia

Year of Published: 2006

This project was undertaken to:
(i) review the world literature on curfews (feed and water) as they apply to the land and sea transport of ruminant livestock within Australia
(ii) recommend suitable curfew times based on the scientific literature
(iii) recommend further research to optimise curfew recommendations.

The overall aim was to make recommendations on curfew regulations and practices that are based on science and the best available information.

This project undertaken to:
(i) review the world literature on curfews (feed and water) as they apply to the land and sea transport of ruminant livestock within Australia 
(ii) recommend suitable curfew times based on the scientific literature 
‚Äč(iii) recommend further research to optimise curfew recommendations.

The overall aim was to make recommendations on curfew regulations and practices that are based on science and the best available information.

Keywords: Cattle, Sheep, Goats, Dairy, On-board/transport, Domestic, Transport, Fodder

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