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During tough times, Australians stand together. The unimaginable disaster that continues to unfold in flood affected areas of QLD represents a disaster that requires assistance from those in a position to help.
 
On behalf of affected cattlemen, Australian Reproductive Technologies has had discussions with Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority (QRIDA) to investigate funding options to help producers get back on their feet.
 
QRIDA has announced grant funding of up to $75,000, and concessional loans of up to $250,000 at 1.37% over 10 years. Given that herd rebuilding is a priority for these producers, embryo transfer is eligible for funding expenses. Like many of us who have not been directly affected by the floods and sitting on the sidelines wondering how we can help, Australian Reproductive Technologies is offering services to affected producers at concessional rates. We also like to call on seed stock producers to offer genetics for embryo production. Commercial cattle producers can also assist by offering suitable cattle as recipients for embryo transfer.
 
Anybody who is interested can contact ART directly, or go to www.qrida.qld.gov.au

Kind regards,
 
Simon Walton
Managing Director
Australian Reproductive Technologies
Ph 07 49354900 / 0400368048

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