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The Australia Native Plant Guide
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The Australia Native Plant GuideThe Australian Native Plant Guide caters to the needs of a wide variety of groups and people make it an ideal too for: Home and Landscape Gardeners, Farmers, Nurseries, Government Developments, Councils, Landcare Groups, Libraries, Students and anyone interested in Australian Plants


Discover Organic Value-Adding
The Fastest Growth Sector Within The Fastest Growth Industry In Australia

Discover Organic Value-AddingACO Managing Director Akiko Nicholls says that the day will provide information invaluable for both currently certified operators and those with an interest in organics. “The workshop will provide important information on innovations in preserving foods and cosmetic products for meeting safety and organic standards, national and international,” Ms Nicholls said.


FarmDay 2010
Call For Farmers To Get Involved

FarmDay 2010Australian farmers – across all states – are being asked to throw open their gates to a city family for a day in May as part of breaking down barriers to metropolitan understanding of modern farm practices. FarmDay provides city families with a unique hands-on experience and insights from farmers who can answer all those “where does that come from?” and “why do they do that?” questions, dispelling myths in the process. FarmDay will run over the May 29-30 weekend.


Cattle Link
Eco Voice - Eco Info Online

2010 Farmer Of The Year
Designed To Recognise Excellence In Farming Within NSW

2010 Farmer Of The YearThe NSW Farmer of the Year and NSW Young Farmer of the Year Awards are designed to recognise excellence in farming within NSW. A joint initiative by NSW Farmers Association and NSW Industry & Investment and supported by the Royal Agricultural Society and The Land, the awards have a particular focus on acknowledging farmers who combine sustainable environment practices with profitable production.


NZ Apple Trade Ban Lifted
$30 Million A Year In Lost Sales

NZ Apple Trade Ban LiftedAustralian apple growers could suffer $30 million a year in lost sales, after the World Trade Organisation overturned a ban on importing New Zealand apples. The WTO panel, which adjudicated the long-running trans-Tasman dispute, comprehensively rejected the Australian defence. The trade row has been running since New Zealand apples were first banned from Australia 90 years ago after the fire blight disease was found in New Zealand apples.


Water Usage Expected To Surge
Nearly 60 Per Cent Over The Next 20 Years

Water Usage Expected To SurgeThe Department of Water has released a study suggesting water usage in Western Australia could surge by nearly 60 per cent over the next 20 years. The study takes into account current and future demand for water across 19 regions and says the highest demand will be in Perth, the Pilbara and the Kimberley. It found Perth will have the greatest level of demand while mining activities in the Pilbara and the growing agriculture industry in the Kimberley will also place pressure on water supply.


Farm Style
Lifestyle & Rural

Milk Takes Female Athletes
From Strength To Strength

Milk Takes Female AthletesFemale athletes looking to increase lean muscle and decrease fat mass may want to add milk to their training program. A recent study by researchers at McMasters University in Canada suggests that milk supports favourable body composition changes in women undertaking resistance training. The authors of the study concluded that after 12 weeks, women consuming milk as opposed to sports drink in the early post-exercise period following resistance training gained lean muscle and strength as well as losing fat.


Australian Egg Corporation Limited
Represents Approximately 400 Commercial Egg Producers

Australian Egg Corporation LimitedThe Australian Egg Corporation (AECL) is a producer owned company which integrates marketing, research and development and policy services for the benefit of all stakeholders. AECL is mainly funded through statutory levies collected under the Egg Industry Service Provision Act 2002 and Australian government funds for the purposes of research & development.


Irrigation Australia Limited
Two Major Events In One

Drought Reform Has Stalled In AustraliaWhat: Irrigation Australia 2010 is Australia's only all-encompassing trade exhibition & conference dedicated to the irrigation industry.

When: Tuesday 8th, Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th June 2010.

Where: Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour.


Breeders and Purveyors of Boer Goats and Goat Meat - Seven Hills Tallarook
Small Farms

Featured Breed
The Limousin Difference

Featured Breed - The Limousin DifferenceThe Limousin is a rich gold colour, with lighter circles around the eye and the muzzle, and shading to a lighter colour on the legs. Limousins can also be black as a result of grading up from black cattle in Australia. The head is small and short with a broad forehead, and the neck is short. All French Limousins are naturally horned. In Australia polled Limousins have also been developed. Most horned Limousins are dehorned at a young age. The Limousin is intermediate in size and maturity between British and most other European breeds.


Featured Sale
Super Square Sunday

Drought Reform Has Stalled In AustraliaBreeders are opening their studs for one Sunday in April, May, September and October 2010, to let people find out first hand what Square Meaters are like in the paddock, to show off herds and to sell cattle in a no-obligation open day environment. People who are curious but don't want to be pressured in the same way, as they might be if they ring an individual member and ask to show them their herd.

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Featured Association
Australian Barramundi Farmers Association

Australian Barramundi Farmers AssociationABFA is the membership organisation for the Australian farmed barramundi industry, which started in the 1980s. The industry consists of over 100 licensed farmers. ABFA membership is voluntary and the association provides valuable links between the industry, farmers, suppliers, wholesalers and retailers. ABFA is supported through close links to the industry as sponsors and partners.


Stirling Warton Taylor
Farmers Warehouse

Featured Property
Live The Dream On 138 Acres

Featured PropertyIdeally located just minutes south of Warragul in the beautiful district of Ellinbank, this superb 138 acre property is one of the best in the area and the perfect place to leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind for the peace and quiet of the country. Gently undulating pasture with numerous house sites all boasting stunning views across the Strzelecki ranges and the majestic Baw Baw's ' the idyllic place to build the dream home and enjoy a tree change.


Featured Event
Welcome To The Agfest Field Days

Welcome To The Agfest Field DaysAgfest Field Days is a fantastic event and has something for everyone that attends to enjoy. It is organised and run by the Rural Youth Organisation of Tasmanian Inc, a non profit organisation, whose members are aged between 15 & 30 years of age and volunteer their time to make Agfest Field Days happen. Commencing in 1983, Agfest has grown from 111 exhibitors and 9000 patrons to over 740 exhibitors and a record crowd of almost 80,000 patrons in 2005. It is a Tasmanian success story and boosts the Tasmanian economy by several million dollars annually.


Featured Youth
Sir David Martin Foundation

Sir David Martin FoundationThe Sir David Martin Foundation is a non-profit organisation created in 1990 by the late Governor of NSW, Sir David Martin, who had a dream of “safety, hope and opportunity for all young Australians”. The Foundation is run by a team of passionate staff and volunteers who raise money to fund programs that work to better the lives of youth in crisis. The Sir David Martin Foundation supports three major programs that are run by Mission Australia.


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Animal Type: Horses
Breed: Quarter
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Location: Taree
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Breed: Wessex Sad
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Location: Briagolong
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Breed: Hereford
Sex: Male
Location: Seymour
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Breed: Boer
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