With the impending threat of Foot and Mouth Disease in Bali, most of the conversations have been on government funds to contain the threat there and stop it coming into Australia.
But some experts are warning that, if FMD or another threat does it make it into Australia, the pressure is going to be on individual producers to establish their own quarantine, biosecurity protocols.
Disease threats are not new to agriculture, with foot rot and ovine Johnes disease already in place and requiring clear management strategies in place.
Have you got strategies in place for managing biosecurity within your own farm?
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