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The APIQP® Program will undergo a Major Review in 2019.  The Review will address all aspects of the APIQP® Program, from the APIQP® Standards themselves through to verification options, manuals, publications, the website and everything in between, as well as benchmarking the APIQP® Program against other leading livestock QA programs from Australia and around the world.   Keep an eye out in the APL publications and your inbox for your invitation to take part in one of the many working groups which will be held in key locations around Australia.  If you cannot make it to one of the meetings, send your feedback to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will ensure that your feedback is heard.

The Major Review will be managed by an independent consultant.  Feedback and recommendations will be forwarded to the APIQ Panel and the APL Quality Assurance and Animal Welfare (QAAW) Committee.  Any revisions or amendments that change the intent of the APIQP® Program Policies and/or Standards must be approved by the QAAW Committee and endorsed by the APL Board.  

We will ensure that you are kept abreast of the Major Review discussion topics via regular updates throughout the Major Review process.  If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact APIQM on      1800 789 099 or via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Steven Miller

APIQ Operations Manager

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APIQ Standards Manual Version 4.5 5 2019

APIQtick13x14® Standards Manual Version 4.5 5/2019 - Effective 1 July 2019 

The APL Board has revised the APIQtick13x14® Standards in light of recent and ongoing biosecurity threats.  

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Quality Assurance Program

APIQ® is an on-farm quality assurance system.  It is based on managing farm risks by following Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), using the principles of Hazard Analysis and managing Critical Control Points (HACCP).

APIQ® provides the framework and standards by which Australian pig producers can demonstrate they are responsible farmers who care for their animals, the environment and their customers, by following safe and sustainable practices.