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Animal traceability a lifestyler’s priority

Animal traceability a lifestyler’s priority

9 August 2019

Lifestyle block owners who manage livestock have a responsibility to their farming neighbours and wider industry to meet their NAIT obligations says lifestyle farmer Chloë Dear.

Consultation opens for proposed TBfree 2020 disease control operations

Consultation opens for proposed TBfree 2020 disease control operations

6 August 2019

Ruapehu predators face a cold winter

Ruapehu predators face a cold winter

5 August 2019

For the possums, stoats and rats that terrorise the Ruapehu’s birds and bats, this winter might be their last.

Halo of happiness for Dunedin birds

Halo of happiness for Dunedin birds

31 July 2019

OSPRI's possum control around Dunedin is a boon for native birds and a big boost for the community-based predator free movement.

Traceability system to benefit from proposed biosecurity overhaul

Traceability system to benefit from proposed biosecurity overhaul

23 July 2019

OSPRI says proposed changes to New Zealand’s biosecurity system are another progressive step to strengthening our National Animal Identification and Tracing system (NAIT).

July Edition 2019

July Edition 2019

16 July 2019

OSPRI has launched its calving campaign to remind farmers of the importance of lifetime animal traceability and how that supports disease management. Check out our new dedicated calving webpage with all you need to know.

Latest regional disease management plans now online

Latest regional disease management plans now online

15 July 2019

Pioneering TBFree Chair steps aside after 15 years

Pioneering TBFree Chair steps aside after 15 years

12 July 2019

The Canterbury TBfree committee is embarking on a new era after Malcolm Gilbert decided to step aside as Chair after 15 years

Get NAIT ready this calving season

Get NAIT ready this calving season

12 July 2019

If you use an information provider such as LIC (MINDA), CRV Ambreed or Farm IQ to register your tagged calves, you must ensure the registration has synchronized through to your NAIT account - before the animals move off-farm

Selling calves? Tag and register before sale

Selling calves? Tag and register before sale

5 July 2019

Tagging your calves is only half the job. You also need to activate the tag in the NAIT system to register the animal and this needs to be done within 180 days of birth, or before their first off-farm movement, whichever comes first..

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