Biosecurity news

Biosecurity Queensland's newsletter covers animal health, plant health, weeds and pest animals, changes in legislation, upcoming events and news stories.

August 2019

In this issue:

  • Fire ant eradication on track
  • One mother of an invasive plant!
  • Help an animal smile

July 2019

In this issue:

  • Wild dog barrier fence upgrade
  • Keep an eye out for European house borer
  • New traps to catch hitch-hiking snakes

June 2019

In this issue:

  • Campaign urges marine users to LOOK, REPORT, PROTECT
  • Teaming up against pest toad
  • Red-eared slider turtle invasion – and more!

May 2019

In this issue:

  • new regulations protecting Queensland farms
  • biosecurity entity registration
  • upcoming Australian Biosecurity Symposium – and more!

Summer 2019

In this issue:

  • Flood recovery continues for producers
  • Welcome to the ‘Year of the pig’
  • Prawn farmers back in business
  • Industry group to review Queensland’s cattle tick line

February 2019: North & Far North Queensland Monsoon Trough

  • A list of support packages and services for Queensland’s primary producers and community members affected by this monsoonal event.

Spring 2018

In this issue:

  • Cattle pregnancy testing and ovarian scanning
  • Biosecure HACCP gets tick of approval
  • Time to review the Bio Act
  • Minimising risks in drought