The new, national approach to Johne’s disease (JD) in cattle – the BJD Framework – offers a fresh approach to the management of the endemic disease. It focuses on managing on-farm biosecurity risk rather than controlling disease through regulation and treats JD as just one of many diseases that producers must manage within their business.
Supported by more flexible regulation, producers will be able to make informed decisions about the opportunities and risks associated with purchasing livestock.
Here are a number of documents that will help you to better understand the new national approach:
For further information on the BJD Framework, contact:
ARCBA BJD Representative
Ph: 0412 811 123