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A detect-alert-deter system for enhanced AI biosecurity and risk assessment

To improve meat chicken farm biosecurity, awareness and a better understanding is required of the Avian Influenza (AI) transmission pathways that wild birds initiate and create on poultry farms. This involves identifying the species, behaviours and conditions that create potential pathways. In line with current Chicken Meat Program research priorities, this proposal focuses on gaining a better understanding of this and aims to improve AI related biosecurity and risk assessment modelling by demonstrating the utility of detection and deterrence systems on meat chicken farms.

Project date

30 Jun 2016-15 May 2019
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Principal investigator

Michael Atzeni

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Multiple industries
Alternative protein Aquaculture Cereal grains Cross industry Essential oils Fruits Game Honey bees Nuts Other rural industries Pasture, fodder & feed Poultry Pulse grains

AgriFutures Australia

AgriFutures Australia proudly focuses on building a rich future for Australian agriculture. We live and work in the regions and …

Multiple industries
Alternative protein Aquaculture Cereal grains Cross industry Essential oils Fruits Game Honey bees Nuts Other rural industries Pasture, fodder & feed Poultry Pulse grains
  • Location

    Australia

  • Organisation type

    Research funding body

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