The National Animal Biosecurity Research, Development and Extension Strategy is a component of the National Primary Industries Research, Development and Extension Framework.
The strategy establishes the future direction for improving the focus, efficiency and effectiveness of RD&E in supporting biosecurity in Australia’s animal industries and wildlife and recreational sectors, during the next five years.
The scope of this strategy is limited to:
- pests and diseases that pose a significant risk to the livestock (including horse), fisheries and aquaculture industries, and affect trade or public health
- pests and diseases of companion animals and wildlife; if they affect trade or public health
For furher information please contact Simon Humphrys, Exec. Manager Biosecurity & Product Integrity Services, Animal Health Australia SHumphrys@animalhealthaustralia.com.au