The Central Australian Camel Industry Brochure – CACIA
This brochure is designed to provide information for students, tourists, hospitality staff and the general public.
Descriptive Language for Live Camels – CACIA
This booklet provides information for livestock dealers, zoos, safari parks and veterinarians.
Camel Selected Meat Cuts and Information – CACIA
This booklet provides information for meat brokers, exporters, butchers, executive chefs, food and beverage managers and supermarket meat buyers. It contains specifications and ordering codes for domestic and international trade.
Capture & Handling of Camels Destined for the Abattoir – CACIA
This publication is directed to potential camel producers, and is designed to assist with the establishment of commercial camel production.
The above publications are available from the Central Australian Camel Industry Association Inc. Please contact us to obtain any of these publications.
Anatomy of the Dromedary – Malie M S Smuts and A J Bezuidenhout
Available from Oxford University Press Walton Street Oxford OX2 6DP New York USA.
Camels A compendium Series C, No 22 – Dr G W Manefield and Dr A H Tinson
Available from University of Sydney Post Graduate Foundation in Veterinary Science. PO Box A985 Sydney South NSW 1235 Phone 02 9264 2122 Fax 02 9261 4620.
The above publications are the most commonly used reference books for veterinarians and lay persons alike.
Co-Grazing Cattle and Camels – Andrew Phillips, Dr Jurgen Heucke, Dr Birgit Dorges and Greg O’Reilly
This report to RIRDC is the result of a research project investigating the co-grazing of cattle and camels for commercial production. The information contained therein will be of great value to beef cattle producers in Australia who wish to diversify their production.
Natural Heritage Trust, Project No. 200046 – Demonstration of ecologically sustainable management of camels on aboriginal and pastoral land. By Dr Birgit Dorges and Dr Jurgen Heucke, March 2003.
Click here to download the NHT Report 2003 word document (334 KB).