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Biosecurity Queensland for 2016


#1

Changes for beekeepers,

Registration is an important tool for tracing investigations in the event of a pest or disease incursion. From 1 July 2016, if you keep at least one bee hive you must register as a biosecurity entity.

https://www.daf.qld.gov.au/biosecurity/about-biosecurity/biosecurity-act-2014/new-registration-process-for-owners-of-livestock,-birds-and-bees?utm_source=social-media&utm_medium=fb-ads&utm_content=bee-registrations&utm_campaign=biosecurity-act-2014


#2

Makes sense after recent finds of Varroa on Asian honeybees up north.