Review of Sheep Pre-Embarkation Inspection Procedures

Project Code:  W.LIV.0171

Year of Published: 2012

The objective of the study was to conduct a review of sheep inspection procedures during the pre-export preparation phases that occur between the vendor property and port for live sheep exports from South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia.

The objective of the study was to conduct a review of sheep inspection procedures during the pre-export preparation phases that occur between the vendor property and port for live sheep exports from South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia. The study compared the observed practices to the current ASEL guidelines and standards. The report identifies the most effective method of inspecting (and rejecting) animals in a manner that has the least potential adverse effect on animal welfare.

Keywords: Sheep, Domestic, Registered premises, Transport, Feedlot, Farm, Inspections

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