Have Your say on proposed new standards for cattle & sheep welfare (Extended deadline, 4 August 2013)
SA backs national OJD plan with abattoir surveillance & health statements (Media release, February 28 2013)
More than dog and disease control: Sheep Industry Fund seeks innovative projects (Media release, 24 Jan 2013)
Apiarists and lucerne growers warned of pest threat (Media release, 22 Jan 2013)
Livestock and pet owners urged to prepare for heat (Media release, 3 Jan 2013)
Animals being moved interstate may require a health certificate. Each State has different requirements and with the various Market Assurance Programs, these requirements may change frequently.
Stock Inspectors in each district can provide advice and certification for interstate movements. For animals moving to South Australia, Health Certificates and inspector certification is available from the appropriate Agriculture or Primary Industries Department of the state of origin.
South Australian Stock Inspectors can be contacted at the following offices for advice on interstate movements of livestock:
Clare: phone 08 8842 3900
Lenswood: phone 08 8389 8821
Glenside: phone 08 8207 7900
Kadina: phone 08 8821 1555
Kingscote: phone 08 8553 2222
Mt Gambier: phone 08 8724 2921
Murray Bridge: phone 08 8539 2112
Nurioopta: phone 08 8568 6400
Pt Augusta: phone 08 8648 5160
Pt Lincoln: phone 08 8688 3400
Struan: phone 08 87629100
View the websites below for that State's animal entry requirements.
The Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service [external site - opens in new window] handle all movements of animals into or out of Australia.