Animal Welfare good practice guide for the use of animals in research, testing and teaching.
This provides an overview for lay members to give them an understanding of the use of animals in research, testing and testing, the legislation and their role on an animal ethics committee.
This publication provides guidelines for those involved in blood harvesting.
Blood is harvested from livestock in New Zealand for both research and commercial purposes. Whole blood, serum, specific antiserum, “aseptic blood” and a variety of blood products have a variety of uses, both in New Zealand and overseas. New Zealand’s favourable animal disease status means that demand for blood products from overseas markets has continued to grow.