OJD plan 'low risk'

By Miranda Kenny
Updated December 18 2015 - 6:18pm, first published June 20 2013 - 3:30am
LIFTED RESTRICTIONS: Kangaroo Island Ovine Johne's Disease Committee chairman Andrew Heinrich says the community has been rewarded after it was allowed to rejoin mainland SA in trade 15 years after the first case of OJD was discovered.
LIFTED RESTRICTIONS: Kangaroo Island Ovine Johne's Disease Committee chairman Andrew Heinrich says the community has been rewarded after it was allowed to rejoin mainland SA in trade 15 years after the first case of OJD was discovered.

REVISED national Ovine Johne's Disease (OJD) management restrictions - effective July 1 - are set to reduce infection risks for South Australian sheep, according to Biosecurity SA chief veterinary officer Dr Rob Rahaley.

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