Cattle tick - non chemical treatment


The NSW Biosecurity Act 2015 is outcome based which means that there may be more than one way to achieve the desired outcome. With cattle tick the outcome wanted is prevent cattle tick being introduced to NSW. One way of managing that risk is to use chemical treatments on cattle tick carriers. It is also possible to use management techniques to reduce the risk of introducing cattle tick on animals entering NSW.

The topics in this Primefact include:

  • Using non chemical treatments to reduce the risk of cattle infestation
  • Non chemical treatments of stock held under feedlot conditions
  • Other situations


Primefact 1557 Second Edition

Published: Apr 2020