Register of herds - JDCAP
JDCAP is a rigorously audited calf-rearing program designed to minimise the risk of spreading Johne's disease in cattle, should it be present, from adult cattle to the replacement calves reared within a dairy herd.
Calves raised under an accredited rearing system have a lower risk of having Johne's disease than non-accredited calves.
This register is provided by Agriculture Victoria as a service to those producers who are involved in JDCAP and may have cattle for sale, and for those producers who are seeking JDCAP reared cattle as herd replacements.
Application for inclusion into the public register of JDCAP herds .
Registered herds will appear in the following spreadsheet:
Information you may wish to consider prior to the purchase of breeding cattle
Before purchasing breeding cattle it is important to consider
- the history of Johne's disease in the vendor's herd
- the history of Johne's disease in your herd
- the calf rearing practices on the vendor's property
- the number of cattle being purchased
- experience from previous purchases from the same source
- the impact that introducing animals infected with Johne's disease might have on your herd
- the risk that animals from that herd could introduce Johne's disease into your herd
- the calf rearing practices on the your property
- the long-term management plans for your herd
Purchasers should request a written declaration of the National Dairy Bovine Johne's disease Assurance Score with every consignment of cattle purchased. This should be in the form of a signed declaration from the vendor.
Further information about JDCAP can be obtained from your veterinary practitioner.
DEDJTR implies and provides no warranty for calves traded as a result of information sourced from this website and the site is provided simply as a service to producers.