Biosecurity, property planning, native vegetation and more at Henty Field Days


Animal diseases, prevention and preparedness on your property will be a major focus of Local Land Services’ Henty Machinery Field Days activities this year.

“We will have district veterinarians on hand to show you how to prepare a farm biosecurity plan to manage the threats of FMD and other animal diseases. Our biosecurity officers can also provide advice on pest animal management options for your farm”, said General Manager of the Riverina region, Mr Ray Willis.

The Local Land Services team will be available throughout the three days to advise on livestock health, animal feed requirements, stock management, crops and pastures, and pest animal control techniques.

The team will also be able to provide advice and solutions on using native vegetation to protect native species habitat and create shelterbelts for livestock.

“We will have land management staff available to talk to you about managing native vegetation on your property”, Local Land Services, Murray region General Manager Gary Rodda said.

“Visitors to the Local Land Services display shed can also learn more about our travelling stock reserves and moving stock or chat with our customer services staff about how to lodge your annual land and stock return, get a property identification code or pay your rates,” Mr Rodda said.

Our stand will be interactive and informative, and our friendly staff are here to help.

Visitors will find the Local Land Services shed at site 311, at the corner of 5th Ag Place and 4th Farm Avenue.

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