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Weed control

Written by: Clark Farm Equipment
Posted on: 11 Dec 2018

Weed control is a year round requirement for successful and profitable livestock, crop, pasture production. If control measures are not undertaken early, weeds have the potential to become a major problem on your property.

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Quads unsuitable for farming

Written by: Julie Power, Published by: The Land Newspaper, March 2018
Posted on: 5 Mar 2018

Quads are advertised as an "all terrain vehicle", but even a "tuft of grass" is enough to destabilise one, according to research published in Safety Science.

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Fifty years of Farm World

Written by: Story published by Gippsland Farmer March 2017
Posted on: 9 Mar 2017

FOOD and fibre will mark the 50th anniversary of this year's Farm World at Lardner Park.

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Winter crops forecast to hit record high

Written by: News.com.au
Posted on: 6 Dec 2016

Good rainfall in September followed by a mild spring has helped boost winter crop production to a forecast record high. Total production is expected to increase by nearly a third to a record high of 52.4 million tonnes.

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Council land grab scare

Written by: Alex Druce, Story Published by The Land March 2016
Posted on: 10 Mar 2016

This week the NSW government finalised environmental zoning (E-Zone) reforms that were sparked in 2012 when farmers accused North Coast councils of over-zealous conservation agendas in their draft Local Environment Plans (LEPs).

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Quad ROPS call fires up

Written by: Tom Mckenny, Story Published by The Land February 2016
Posted on: 9 Mar 2016

WORKSAFE Victoria's call for roll-over protection struts (ROPS) on quad bikes has seen the manufacturer's peak body question the move.

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Avoid wasting rainwater

Written by: Rob Freebairn, Story Published by The Land 2016
Posted on: 22 Feb 2016

The so-called "out of season" rainfall, is still important and should be effectively used or saved.

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Summer rain spurrs winter confidence

Written by: Jessie Davies story published by The Land February 2016
Posted on: 4 Feb 2016

The heavens opened on all major farming districts in the state, pleasing graziers, summer croppers and soon-to-be winter croppers.

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Sky is the limit at Wellcamp

Written by: Story by Helen Walker published by Queensland Country life November 2015
Posted on: 26 Nov 2015

With annual agricultural production of more than $660 million, Wellcamp Airport is set to become a major international freight hub which could include live cattle export in the future.

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Rain spurs dryland planting

Written by: Ruth Casket story published by The Land November 2015
Posted on: 19 Nov 2015

DRYLAND cotton is set to expand as growers order an extra 300 tonnes of seed following widespread rain in North West NSW.

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Hopes are high for good cherry harvest

Written by: Story by Nick Heydon published by The Land October 2015
Posted on: 16 Oct 2015

YOUNG is shaping up for a good cherry harvest, according to grower Peter Mullany of Ballinaclash orchard.

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Tully's sweet smell of success

Written by: Sally Cripps story published by North Queensland register November 2015
Posted on: 15 Oct 2015

RECORDS are tumbling at Tully Sugar's mill as it cranks up for what many expect will be the best harvest in many years in far north Queensland this year.

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One leap towards better broadband for regional and remote areas

Written by: Story by NBN
Posted on: 1 Oct 2015

"Many homes and businesses in regional and rural Australia still rely on slow internet speeds and have little or no access to a commercial broadband service - this satellite will help to close the divide and ensure no-one gets left behind."

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On the Safe Side

Written by: Story by Kerry Staight published by ABC News 2015
Posted on: 27 Jul 2015

Safety advocates are urging farmers to replace quad bikes, which are involved in more fatalities on agricultural properties than anything else, with side-by-side vehicles.

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Horse Pasture Management - Grazing Systems

Written by: Excerpt from Horse Properties- a management guide by Jane Myers and Stuart Myers
Posted on: 30 Jun 2015

Pasture management is an important issue on any horse property. Good pasture management can increase available fodder, year-round, and, importantly reduce land degradation.

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Lucrative trade lamb lure

Written by: Simone Norrie story published by The Land May 2015
Posted on: 20 Jun 2015

Strong sale-yard prices have forced processors to put attractive offers on the table to flush out trade weight lambs coming into winter.

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Cattle contributing to property confidence

Written by: Story by Nick Heydon published by The Land May 2015
Posted on: 20 Jun 2015

Many potential sellers are holding on to land, as more encouraging returns for cattle emerge, or waiting for the traditional spring selling season. But values for rural property appear steady, with some indications of a rise down the track.

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Federal budget: Tax break for farmers to build fences and dams

Written by: Tony Allan story published by ABC Rural May 2015
Posted on: 12 May 2015

Farmers will be encouraged to build fences, silos and irrigation channels under generous tax breaks in the federal budget.

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Tribute to Australia's Forgotten Heroes

Written by: Annabelle Beale story published by Gippsland Farmer April 2015
Posted on: 20 Apr 2015

WORLD War I killed more than 10 million men, almost 60,000 of them Australian, but less known is the tragic fate of the Australian war horses that were killed alongside the men who rode them.

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Connectivity helps farming reliability

Written by: Jock Graham, Story Published by Southern Farmer
Posted on: 14 Apr 2015

The next step for farming is harvesting the benefits of fast, reliable connectivity, to improve efficiency and drive productivity.

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