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Notice of Annual General Meeting 2019

AUSTRALIAN PORK LIMITED Notice of Annual General Meeting 2019  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 14 November 2019 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 …

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African swine fever resources

Resources to assist with biosecurity preparedness and understanding as the threat of African Swine fever increases now have their own page on this website. Visit the African swine fever page If you see any unusual symptoms in pigs, contact your vet immediately or phone the Emergency Animal Disease Hotline at 1800 675 888. Alternatively, contact PorkSafe on 1800 084 499 Dr Lechelle van Breda is APL’s ASF coordinator. If you have any questions or concerns about ASF, your biosecurity practices or any of …

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Request for Proposal: Ractopamine-free Supply Chain Management Plan

Australian Pork Limited (APL) invites suitably qualified consultancy firms (Respondents) to respond to this Request for Proposal (RFP) for the provision of a Ractopamine-free Supply Chain Management Plan to facilitate exports of Australian pork to markets, such as China, that do not allow ractopamine residues. This project will provide a plan for management of the supply chain to assure customs and quarantine authorities in countries that ban ractopamine, that the additive has not been used in production of Australian pork that …

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How safe is your feed?

We know that African swine fever can survive in feed. The US National Pork Board has outlined some key discussion points to consider when assessing supplier and feed ingredient safety. Download the feed ingredient safety decision tree and discussion points Please work closely with your veterinarian and feed suppliers to ensure you make the right decisions to reduce the risks around African swine fever entering your farm via contaminated feed. For more information, contact Lechelle van Breda on 0447 099 397.

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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.