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Malaysia lifts its suspension on live cattle exports from Australia

MALAYSIA has lifted its temporary suspension of live cattle and buffalo exports from Australia after an investigation by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) found Australia remains free from lumpy skin disease (LSD).

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 Malaysia lifts suspension of live cattle exports from Australia. Picture Mark Saunders.

Malaysia lifts suspension of live cattle exports from Australia. Picture Mark Saunders.

The Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) in Malaysia have formally advised DAFF the temporary suspension of live cattle and buffalo exports from Australia will be lifted, effective immediately. The...

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