JD market assurance programs (MAPs): Resources for approved veterinarians
Johne's Disease Market Assurance Programs (MAPs) are a key strategy in the control of Johne's disease.
MAPs are voluntary programs for producers which enable them to identify and promote their negative Johne's disease status to their clients. Herds and flocks in the MAP are not accredited as free of Johne's disease, but they have a low risk of being infected compared to Non-Assessed herds and flocks.
The information below is for veterinarians involved in MAPs in NSW.
- Approval of veterinarians to manage Johne's Disease Market Assurance Programs 329.3 KB
Procedure provides guidelines for assessing and approving applications by private veterinary practitioners to manage Johne’s disease market assurance programs, and for revoking the approval of a veterinarian.
- Notification of status 71.9 KB
For herds and flocks entering, continuing in or leaving the Australian Johne's Disease Market Assurance Program
- NSW JD MAP Updates
An occasional newsletter to help keep approved MAP veterinarians abreast of recent developments and current issues.
- Administration Procedures (Version 4)
Procedures used by the Department of Primary Industries for administering the Australian Johne's Disease Market Assurance Programs (MAP) for cattle, sheep, goats and alpaca in NSW.
- Australian Johne's Disease MAP Guidelines for External Auditors 79.7 KB
Guidelines to assist auditors working with managers of flocks and herds enrolled in the National Johne’s Disease Market Assurance Program (MAP).
- Privacy Notice
How information collected for the administration of the Australian Johne’s Disease Market Assurance Programs (MAPs) is used.