Under the Transitional Arrangements for the Deregulation of BJD the following J-BAS scores were given to herds for the period to 30 June 2017.
Cattle MAP MN1, MN2 & MN3 herds were given a J-BAS score of 8
- Free Zone (WA) herds were given a J-BAS score of 8
- Protected Zone (Qld and NT & pastoral SA) were given a J-BAS score of 7
- Beef Protected Area beef herds (NSW and non pastoral SA) were given a J-BAS score of 7
- Herds which qualified as “Beef Only” in the Management Area (Vic and Tas) were given a J-BAS score of 7
If you wish to maintain access to the WA and NT market or simply maintain your transitional J-BAS score after 30 June 2017 it is very important that you read the attached information.
If a Biosecurity Plan relevant to BJD is not implemented by 30 June 2017 your J-BAS score will revert to zero from 1 July 2017.
The information attached is:
- BJD requirements to move cattle into WA
- Description of J-BAS
- A Biosecurity Check List for BJD in Cattle
ARCBA BJD Representative
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