DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS


 Date

 Document

 23/01/2014  SAFEMEAT Annual Report: 2012/13 (PDF, 1.0MB)
 06/09/2013  SAFEMEAT Annual Report: 2011/12 (PDF, 1.0MB)
 25/03/2013  SAFEMEAT Annual Report: 2010/11 (PDF, 1.0MB)
 25/03/2013  SAFEMEAT Annual Report: 2009/10 (PDF, 1.0MB)

 16/08/2010

 Cattle and Hormone Growth Promotants(PDF, 1.2MB)

 01/07/2010

 SAFEMEAT Annual Report: 2008/2009(PDF, 3.5MB)

 05/02/2010

 Plague Locusts, Wingless Grasshoppers and Livestock Residues(PDF, 1.4MB)

 01/11/2009

 Australian Beef: Safe, Healthy and Delicious(PDF, 623KB)

 01/11/2009

 Australian Sheepmeat: Safe, Healthy and Delicious(PDF, 588KB)

 08/09/2009

 SAFEMEAT Annual Report: 2007/2008(PDF, 3.2MB)

 21/04/2009

 Overview of Australia's National System Managing Agriculture & Veterinary Chemicals  (PDF, 193KB)

 01/09/2008

 SAFEMEAT Annual Report: 2006/2007(PDF, 2.2MB)

 25/07/2007

 Red Meat and Livestock Industry Biotechnology Policy(Summary, PDF, 270KB)

 08/03/2007

 Red Meat and Livestock Industry Biotechnology Policy(Detailed, PDF, 270KB)

 25/01/2007

 SAFEMEAT Annual Report: 2005/2006(PDF, 122KB)

 16/01/2007

 Managing for Cadium Minimisation in Australian Livestock(PDF, 277KB)

 28/03/2006

 Australia's Management of Agvet Chemicals - Exports(PDF, 132KB)

Did You Know...

Australia holds a disease free status for FMD and TSE (BSE or 'mad-cows' disease and Scrapie)

The Australian red meat industry works closely with state and federal government agencies to ensure Australia’s meat safety systems remain world class.

Australian red meat —
Safe, healthy and delicious.

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