The VFF’s Stock Sense Project is seeking expressions of interest from Victorian livestock producers to join the Stock Sense Network Group to help increase engagement in animal health, welfare and biosecurity.
VFF Livestock President Scott Young said it remains essential that livestock producers themselves have a say on these important issues for the livestock industry.
“Victoria is a leader in animal health, welfare and biosecurity and we need to ensure we stay ahead of the curve.”
“We’re asking all interested livestock farmers to register their interest to help provide the important feedback needed to shape the future of our local industry.”
“Knowing exactly what is happening in the community will help the team provide targeted resources and solutions,” Mr Young said.
A total of ten Stock Sense Network Groups throughout Victoria exist and we’re encouraging new faces to join and provide feedback on animal health and welfare and biosecurity issues specific to each region as well as the broader Victorian livestock industry.
Stock Sense is funded by the Cattle Compensation Fund and Sheep and Goat Compensation Fund and is proudly delivered by the VFF