The Northern Territory Buffalo Industry Council, Inc.Setting standards through collaboration and communication Code of Practice Go to Code of Practice Go to Implementation Guidelines Photos Click any photo to enlarge the image Blog Adam BodyNew African swine fever variants kill millions of pigs in China, devastating herd rebuild plan – ABC NewsBUFFALO PRODUCERS AND CONTRACTORS MEETING – KATHERINE RESEARCH STATION FRIDAY 05 MARCH 202Leptospirosis AwarenessFracking ‘risks NT groundwater ecology’ | Katherine Times | Katherine, NTAustralian Buffalo Industry Council – Membership InvoiceLouise BilatoTips for transitioning buffalo to pellets in preparation for exportSubscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 20 other subscribers Email Address Subscribe Subscribe Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 20 other subscribers Email Address Subscribe Links Philippine Carabao Center International Buffalo Federation Central Institute for Buffalo Research NT Buffalo Industry Council's Mission Growth of the Northern Territory Buffalo Industry Assistance in buffalo management practices. Organisation leadership and governance A forum for knowledge sharing Development of export and domestic markets Adoption of industry best practice standards Road Conditions Climate note Weather warnings Bushfire warnings Bushfire incidents NT-Summary-stats The NT Buffalo Industry Code of Practice Go to Code of Practice The Code of Practice is a practical handbook to inform buffalo livestock industry stakeholders along the supply chain of their obligations under Commonwealth and Territory law and associated standards. It references industry standards that have been set by leaders in the Australian livestock industries. The Code helps to assure buffalo buyers at each point in the supply chain that suppliers, handlers and transporters are aware of their obligations to ensure optimum outcomes in terms of animal welfare, biosecurity and fire and weed management.