“Farm biosecurity is not only a farmers responsibility, but of every person visiting or working on the property.
If a new pest or disease becomes established on farms, it affects business through increased costs (for monitoring, production practices, additional chemical use and labour), reduced productivity (in yield and/or quality) or, importantly, loss of markets. ”
We wholeheartedly agree and we’re here to support our rural businesses as they take on this responsibility. Read the full article at: