Traveling with dogs can increase exposure to infectious diseases that dogs wouldn’t normally encounter, such as ehrlichiosis, an exotic tick-borne dog disease confirmed in Katherine and, a remote community west of Alice Springs, as well as the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Protect your dog from ehrlichiosis, an exotic tick-borne dog disease confirmed in the Northern Territory, when heading out and about with your furry friend this weekend.
Berrimah Farm Science Precinct redevelopment project hits major milestone.
All 97 bulls were sold on Wednesday 1 July 2020 in the Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) seventh annual online bull sale.
The Melon food safety webinar will focus on food safety control measures.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources, Chief Executive Alister Trier will join NT Farmers Association CEO Paul Burke this Friday 3 July at 12:00pm for the final episode of the ‘Growing our Territory’ webinar series.
New measures to protect the Northern Territory’s $251million horticultural industry from plant diseases, exotic plant pests and other risks were introduced today through amendments to the Plant Health Regulations 2011.
Plant biosecurity focusses on keeping plant pests and diseases out of Australia, or actively controlling incursions that are already here. By reporting a plant pest you are protecting Australia and our horticulture industry.
Register for the industrial hemp regulations webinar - Friday June 26 2020 at 11:00am.
Information on how to protect your dog from the exotic tick-borne dog disease - ehrlichiosis.