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Shellfish Quality171520The Tasmanian Shellfish Quality Assurance Program (TSQAP) is an internationally accepted program for the reduction of food safety risks of shellfish consumption. In August 2018 TSQAP became part of the Shellfish Market Access Program (ShellMAP) and has been renamed ShellMAP - Regulatory Services.17/01/2019 11:39:28 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Contact us The Tasmanian Shellfish Quality Assurance Program (TSQAP) has now become 6355htmlFalseaspx
Tasman Peninsula and Norfolk Bay Marine Farming Development Plan September 2018174802Public comments are invited on draft amendments to the marine farming development plan for Tasman Peninsula and Norfolk Bay. 17/01/2019 11:41:21 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Tassal Operations Pty Ltd (Tassal) applied for an 6481htmlFalseaspx
Submission Complete174800Thank you for submitting your representation. An email to confirm your submission will be sent shortly to the email address you provided.17/01/2019 11:41:20 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us An email to confirm your submission will be sent shortly 1272htmlFalseaspx
Botulism171457Although instances of botulism affecting humans are rare, it is a common disease in animals and birds.17/01/2019 11:39:14 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us instances of botulism affecting humans are rare, it is a 1603htmlFalseaspx
Wedge-tailed Eagle171538Wedge-tailed Eagle17/01/2019 11:39:34 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle (Aquila audax fleayi) is an 2279htmlFalseaspx
Pigeon Rotavirus171456Information on mortalities in kept pigeons.17/01/2019 11:39:14 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Since mid-2016, high levels of mortalities in kept pigeons 2313htmlFalseaspx
Animal Welfare During Bushfires171500Advice on taking care of livestock, domestic animals and wildlife after a bushfire.17/01/2019 11:39:23 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Contact us For emergency advice on animal welfare issues during a bushfire call 6165 1927htmlFalseaspx
Game Take Return Information174976It is a condition of your Recreational Game Licence that you complete your Game Take Return form for the previous season. 17/01/2019 11:42:15 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us It is a condition of your Game Licence that you complete 3103htmlFalseaspx
Disability Action Plan16545117/01/2019 11:34:10 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us ​​​nt ​​​DPIPWE's Disability Action Plan (DAP) 2018 – 2021 –was 152htmlFalseaspx
Safe Farming Resources165458Safe Farming resources to complement the Safe Farming Tasmania program. Resources consist of links and templates on health and safety policies, safe work procedures and information sheets that have been created specifically for the rural sector.17/01/2019 11:34:11 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us The Safe Farming Tasmania Induction Handbook contains easy 3639htmlFalseaspx
Current Conditions in Tasmania165459Links to current forecasts and heatwave forecasts17/01/2019 11:34:11 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us any time, Tasmania can experience different climate 1892htmlFalseaspx
Managing Conditions Including Dry Conditions, Storms, Bushfires and Floods 165461Links to tools to assist you with preparing for varying conditions.17/01/2019 11:34:11 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us For dry seasonal conditions this essentially means being 1769htmlFalseaspx
RIRDC Rural Women's Award 2017 - Winners165470Tasmanian Winners of the 2017 RIRDC Rural Women's Award announced 4 April 201717/01/2019 11:34:16 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Rebecca Lynd from the Derwent Valley has been announced by 1585htmlFalseaspx
Encouraging Participation of Farm Families in Events165472Most Tasmanian farms are family enterprises. Ensuring you communicate with the whole family unit will encourage greater participation in learning activities.17/01/2019 11:34:18 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us majority of farms in Tasmania are run as farm family 1208htmlFalseaspx
Becoming a poppy grower in Tasmania165475Information on becoming a poppy grower in Tasmania17/01/2019 11:34:21 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us To cultivate poppies in Tasmania, you need a valid 3526htmlFalseaspx
Dangers of poppies165478Crude poppy material at any dose is highly poisonous.17/01/2019 11:34:20 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Crude poppy material at any dose is highly poisonous 2033htmlFalseaspx
Buying & Selling Sheep and Goats165483What you must do if you wish to buy or sell sheep or goats,17/01/2019 11:34:20 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Contact us The following outlines what you must do if you wish to buy or sell sheep or 15130htmlFalseaspx
Buying and Selling Pigs165484What you need to do if you wish to buy or sell pigs.17/01/2019 11:34:22 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Contact us The following outlines what you must do if you wish to buy or sell pigs 6060htmlFalseaspx
Brands, Earmarks and Tattoos165487The Animal (Brands and Movement) Act 1984 requires compulsory body tattooing of pigs over 10 weeks of age before being sent for sale or slaughter, and provides for the registration of earmarks, bodybrands and tags for sheep and cattle.17/01/2019 11:34:23 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Contact us The Animal (Brands and Movement) Act 1984 requires compulsory body 5997htmlFalseaspx
NLIS Noticeboard165488News for Tasmanians regarding the National Livestock Identification Scheme.17/01/2019 11:34:23 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Contact us and updates for Tasmanians regarding the National Livestock Identification 2941htmlFalseaspx

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