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New biosecurity resources for visitors to your farm

Ensure your farm visitors are aware of the risks around African swine fever (ASF) and the biosecurity measures they need to take to keep your pigs safe. APL and the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR) have developed some posters and a pamphlet to assist with biosecurity and ASF awareness. We encourage you to print them out and make them available to your visitors and staff. Download the A4 pamphlet Download the A4 poster Download the A3 poster Access more ASF and biosecurity …

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APL Review of Innovation and RDE Model

APL recently completed a review of its Research Development and Extension (RDE) investment model against current and future industry needs. The review addressed the following questions: is APL’s current RDE model fit for purpose given the rapid changes and advancements in industry ag-tech occurring worldwide? is APL missing opportunities due to its current approach to investment? where and what are the opportunities to invite new collaborators? how does APL increase the impact of its investments through partnerships? The review recommended a new RDE investment model, Industry Solutions …

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Notice of 2018 Annual General Meeting

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Australian Pork Limited (ABN 83 092 783 278) (APL or the Company) will be held on Thursday 15 November 2018 commencing at 1.00pm (Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time) at the Melbourne Marriott Hotel (Exhibition Room), Corner Exhibition and Lonsdale Streets, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000.  The business of the AGM will include: receiving and considering the financial statements of the company, together with the reports of the directors and auditors in respect to …

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Australian Pork Limited

The producer owned organisation supporting and promoting the Australian pork industry. Australian Pork Limited (APL) is caring for the future of Australian pork.