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Find information on the prevention and management of biosecurity threats.
Inquiry into the management of retired racehorses
Take action now—prevent African swine fever
Anyone entering a property where animals are kept must comply with the property’s biosecurity management plan
Find out about the fire ant treatment season, which runs from September 2018 to June 2019
Applying to change the cattle tick line
The Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries has implemented movement restrictions from Caloundra to the New South Wales border due to the detection of the virus that causes white spot
If you live or work in a fire ant biosecurity zone, you may need a permit to move material
Keep updated about the new Biosecurity Regulations being developed
Keep updated with current information about Panama outbreak
Fire ant bait treatment by helicopter
For more information, visit daf.qld.gov.au/fireants or call 13 25 23.
Biosecurity Qld Snapshot
Biosecurity: Are you ready?
Localised fire ant eradication program shows promise in the west
For more information on the fire ant program, visit www.daf.qld.gov.au/fireants.
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