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Seasonal workers expanding to greener pastures
07/02/16 - The Australian Government is continuing to implement more modern and flexible biosecurity legislation with the second tranche of delegated legislation.
ACT expected to ban battery cages and sow stalls
25/02/14 - The ACT is expected to pass a vote today that will see an end to certain factory farming practices.
Vetmarker claims award at Hamilton Sheepvention 2013
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14/11/13 - The Weigh Vetmarker has taken home first prize in the in the Class 2 category for Sheep Handling
New control system reduces infection risk among free range hens
16/09/13 - A new control system from Siemens is providing fre -range hens with more comfort while also reducing their risk of infection.
Think Livestock receives rave reviews at Wool and Sheep Show
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13/08/13 - Think Livestock attended the Australian Wool and Sheep Show at Bendigo in July 2013 and recieved rave reviews from customer of its products.
New Zealand chicken gains SPCA approval
05/08/13 - New Zealand chicken free range producer, Waitoa will now carry the Blue Tick certification as approved by Animal Welfare body, the SPCA.
Tasmania halts plans for free-range labelling initiative
29/07/13 - Tasmania’s plan to be at the forefront of free-range egg labelling has been put on hold as the national debate over the definition of ‘free range’ heats up.
Further salmonella infections will see 4000 rare chickens destroyed
23/07/13 - 4000 rare chickens imported from the UK as part of a breeding program headed by the Australian Poultry Importation Syndicate will be destroyed.
PETA wants egg farmer to experience battery hen conditions
18/07/13 - Animal activist group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have asked a Victorian farmer to experience battery hen conditions first hand by locking himself in a cage.
Salmonella scare could see rare chickens slaughtered
15/07/13 - 4000 rare chickens which are currently being held in quarantine at Torrens Island may be slaughtered due to a singular salmonella infection.
Inglewood chicken farm goes into receivership
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11/07/13 - Inglewood Farms, the nation’s largest organic chicken producer has entered into receivership.
PrimeSafe appoints Leonard Vallance as new chair
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02/07/13 - Leonard Vallance has been appointed as the new chairman for Industry regulator PrimeSafe, which regulates the meat, poultry and seafood industries.

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