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The page contains information to help Australian dairy farmers manage biosecurity risks.

Dairy biosecurity

Dairy farmers are very aware of risks that can affect business, and are especially vigilant in when it comes to the quality of milk. However there are other risks which can affect the value of your assets and ongoing viability, and which can slip through the cracks if they are not managed systematically.

Biosecurity checklist for farmers 

Biosecurity is the process of farmers reducing risks by limiting the likelihood of introducing animal diseases, weeds and pests. This brochure provides you with a checklist of good farm practice to manage biosecurity:

Biosecurity on farm video

A dairy farmer shares his approach to biosecurity risks:


Dairy Feed tools

Dairy Feed Tools is a complete feed management toolset for dairy farmers and managers. Feed planning, cost and resource management backed by Australian feed and pasture data to most accurately reflect the needs of your herd

Hay and grain reports

The hay and grain report is commissioned by Dairy Australia to provide an independent and timely assessment of hay and grain markets in each dairying region. The report is updated 40 weeks per year.

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