Library & Resources
- Annual Reports
- Strategic Plans
- Annual Operating Plans
- Report on the Economic Contribution of the Pork Industry
- Fit for the Intended Journey Guide
- Pork Industry Snapshot
- Economic Analysis of African swine fever incursion into Australia
- Industry Survey Executive Summary 2018-19
- Submissions to Government
- Biosecurity Update
- Pigs to Pork Newsletter
- Guidelines for Fostering
- Pigs N’ Mud Newsletter
- Best practice gilt management for fertility and longevity
- Fact Sheets
- Three Year Performance Reviews
- Media releases
- Education Toolkit
- Support for producers
- Research Reports
- APL news and updates
- Industry news
Exotic disease surveillance study extended
An APL surveillance study funded by the Department of Agriculture aims to prove the absence of exotic diseases such as ASF and support trade and market access negotiations. The “Australian livestock industry health studies pilot project” involves the collection of blood samples from healthy pigs at slaughter (only pigs processed at export abattoirs).
Pigs will be sampled has been extended and will occur between 14 October to 30 November 2019. If your pigs are sampled and return a positive (and possibly a false positive) result, this may trigger a state government investigation.
Please contact Lechelle van Breda on 0447 099 397 for more information.
If you are an APL Member please login to the APL Member portal below.Login
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.