Livestock Exports by Air

​​​​​​​​​​​The Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock (ASEL) requires exporters to provide an​ end of journey report to the department for every livestock consignment exported by air. The Livestock Exports by Air report is compiled from information in the end of journey reports and includes statistics on mortalities. This report will be updated quarterly.

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Livestock Exporters by Air 1 October – 31 December 2016

Summary

During the reporting period there was a total of 148 consignments exported by 14 exporters who exported to 12 countries. Livestock exports to Malaysia account for 76.89% of exports by air with a total of 21,909 head; comprising of 7,095 goats, 14,126 sheep, 589 cattle, 19 camels and 80 deer.

There were no consignments that exceeded the reportable level of mortalities during this reporting period.

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Livestock Exporters by Air 1 July – 30 September 2016

Summary

During the reporting period there was a total of 124 consignments exported by 13 exporters who exported to 8 countries. Livestock exports to Malaysia account for 78% of exports by air with a total of 26,885 head; comprising of 10,215 goats, 16,351 sheep and 319 cattle. Malaysia was the largest market for all species.

There were no consignments that exceeded the reportable level of mortalities during this reporting period.

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Livestock Exporters by Air 1 April – 30 June 2016

Summary

During the reporting period there was a total of 108 consignments exported by 17 exporters who exported to 12 countries. Livestock exports to Malaysia account for 78% of exports by air with a total of 20,930 head; comprising of 10,106 goats, 10,091 sheep, 641 cattle, 56 alpacas and 36 camels. Malaysia was the largest market for all species.

There were no consignments that exceeded the reportable level of mortalities during this reporting period.

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Livestock Exporters by Air 1 January – 31 March 2016

Summary

During the reporting period there was a total of 120 consignments exported by 13 exporters who exported to 12 countries. Livestock exports to Malaysia account for 83% of exports by air with a total of 28,637 head; comprising of 15,033 goats, 13,343 sheep, 229 cattle, 26 alpacas and 6 camels. Malaysia was the largest market for all species except cattle (Japan).

There were no consignments that exceeded the reportable level of mortalities during this reporting period.

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Livestock Exporters by Air 1 July – 31 December 2015

Summary

During the reporting period there was a total of 149 consignments exported by 22 exporters who exported to 17 countries. This included the export of cattle to Laos which is the first time livestock have been exported, by air or sea, to this market from Australia. Livestock exports to Malaysia account for 83% of exports by air with a total of 68,609 head; comprising of 45,250 goats, 21,676 sheep, 1,623 cattle and 60 camels. Malaysia was the largest market for all species except alpacas (China) and buffalo (United Arab Emirates).

For one consignment of sheep and goats, mortalities for both species exceeded the reportable level of 2%. Of the 670 sheep exported there were 125 mortalities, resulting in a mortality rate of 18.65%. Of the 1,833 goats exported there were 47 mortalities, resulting in a mortality rate of 2.56%.

The department is conducting an investigation into the cause of the mortalities which will be published on the Investigations into Mortalities page once finalised.

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