Animal production and livestock
Department of Agriculture
The Cattle Industry Compensation Fund was established under the Cattle Industry Compensation Aet 1965. Monies received on cattle sales by the Commissioner for State Taxation are paid into the Fund and matched by State Government appropriation.
Funds are held to compensate producers for losses incurred in disease eradication programs, to promote and encourage scientific research for improvement of cattle health and promotion and for purposes that, in the opinion of the Minister, will promote and encourage the cattle industry
An Advisory Committee, established by the Hon. Minister for Primary Industry makes recommendations for funding on a project basis. The Advisory Committee published progress reports in 1984 and 1989. This report covers the period 1990 to 1995.
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Research support, Western Australia, Research projects, Western Australia Cattle Industry Compensation Act Research Advisory Committee.
Allen, J, Heatherington, J, Norton, M, Mackintosh, B, and Standing, W. (1996), Progress report : 1996 / Cattle Industry Compensation Act Research Advisory Committee.. Department of Agriculture, Perth. Report.
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