National livestock standstill quiz

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If an emergency animal disease such as foot-and-mouth disease was found in Australia, a national livestock standstill would be implemented immediately. A livestock standstill is designed to slow the spread of the disease, making it easier, faster and less expensive to eradicate.

Government and industry are working together as part of a national program, Exercise Odysseus, to enhance how they would implement and communicate a livestock standstill.

You can test your knowledge of what is involved in a livestock standstill in the 12-question quiz below, which takes about 15 minutes to complete.

Find out what you need to know about a national livestock standstill in the 12-question Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development national livestock standstill quiz.


Michael Paton