The latest news from Garrards are listed below:

baby‘RAT LUNGWORM DISEASE’

CASES

In late March of 2011 a 10 month old girl on the north side of Sydney became lethargic and could not sleep.  A week later she was in intensive care and she died around Easter.  The doctors had no idea of the cause until the autopsy was released recently showing she had contracted rat lungworm from an infected slug, most probably from crawling across its trail.

taslogo"glueboard trap" means a device that uses an adhesive substance to entrap an animal.

Glue traps are made from natural or synthetic adhesive applied to cardboard or similar material. Bait can be placed in the center or a scent may be added to the adhesive. Glue board traps are used primarily for rodent control indoors.


Below is the section (high lighted) of the Animal Welfare Act 1993 in Tasmania that pertains to the use of Glueboards for Rodent Management.

 

bayerperformanceThe Bayer Performance Guarantee

Overview

The Bayer performance guarantee is a product replacement guarantee, that assures the purchaser of a product that should the product they purchase not perform to expectations, Bayer will replace the product with either the same product or a comparable product from within our range (to equal value).

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During the last week of July 2011, AQIS released Meat Notice 2011-05 - "Cessation of AQIS assessment (acceptance) of chemicals (hazardous substances) used in export meat industry".  This Meat Notice, although released only last week is effective from  01/07/2011.

Click here to download AQIS Meat Notice 2001-05