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A range of resources which translate research learnings into practical resources for use on-farm, in the areas of biosecurity and food safety.
The solar calculator, provides a basic idea of the costs, savings and payback period for on-farm solar investment. It is tailored to individual business needs and has been designed to help farmers decide if solar is a worthwhile investment for them.
ESA is a voluntary quality assurance program, replacing the previous egg industry program Egg Corp Assured (ECA). It has been developed through an extensive consultation process with industry and represents a robust, credible and workable QA standard that meets the needs of regulators and retailers.
My AusEggs is the farmer only login area for updates on our current activities, progress on the trending issues, and resources that aren't made publicly available.
Explore all of the current and completed research funded by Australian Eggs.
The VR experience is designed to be used as a biosecurity introduction, refresher experience or training exercise for anyone entering the farm – including staff, visitors and contractors.
This toolkit is to help egg farmers and supply chain participants identify possible risk factors in all aspects of egg production and processing, as required by food safety and regulatory authorities.
The Farm Sustainability Dashboard has been designed to improve industry best practice and meet evolving community expectations. It has been created for business owners and is appropriate for farms of all sizes.
Australian Eggs develops a range of resources to help egg producers with on-farm operations. Hardcopies of these are free for commercial farmers.
ELIP is committed to reviewing your labelling artwork and providing feedback based on labelling law, regulation, standards and industry guidelines.
Proud sponsors of the Australian Egg Industry.
John is a livestock manager in Tasmania with 35 years of experience. He is responsible for the welfare of hens in both free-range and cage production systems. Hear more about his story.