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A survey of more than 780,000 cattle slaughtered in New South Wales between 2013 and 2015 revealed that 5.5 per cent were infected with hydatid disease.

A rare genetic condition in purebred and crossbred cattle could become more widespread if not properly controlled.

A study has revealed that resistance to de-worming drugs is becoming a huge problem for many farmers

The community's influence on the supply chain of Australian beef will be discussed at the Pan Pac Veterinary conference.



Australian Cattle Veterinarians (ACV) is a special interest group of the AVA. 
Our members provide crucial services to agricultural producers who feed the country. They also play a key role in disease surveillance, securing our quarantine status and protecting ongoing productivity. Members also have a significant responsibility in managing and maintaining animal welfare.
ACV members can join the ACVlist to discuss matters important to the cattle profession.

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