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About Aussie Helpers
Helping The Heart Of Our Country

About Aussie HelpersNo one wants to admit things are tough, and farmers are some of the proudest people in Australia. But sometimes they need our help, especially before it’s too late. Aussie Helpers stays in touch with 100’s of farming families to ensure their well being and survival through good and bad times. I encourage you to be part of this effort either with a donation, fundraising or general support, all is always welcome at Aussie Helpers. We only survive because of the kind generosity of the public’s donations and our kind sponsors.


DUNGOG
Sit Back, Relax & Enjoy The Views...

DUNGOGWell appointed North facing home set amidst established lawns and gardens with stunning rural vistas. *17 well balanced acres * Privately set, the Western red cedar family homestead of big proportions offers * 5 double bedrooms * 2 bathrooms * Open kitchen, dining and lounge with a cosy wood fire * Recent extension offering additional indoor / outdoor living areas* Full length front verandah * 3 bay shed with one lockable bay. * Divided into 2 main paddocks with 2 stock dams.


Sevenbardot Poll Hereford Bull Sale
Friday 11th September

Sevenbardot Poll Hereford Bull SaleSevenbardot Poll Hereford Bull Sale on Friday 11th September 2015 at 1 pm at Wigelmar Bylong.

* 98 Bulls (two year olds) for Auction
* 100 Cows/Calves for Private Sale
* All bulls are grass and crop fattened.
* Available for inspection at any time.
* The sale will be interfaced with Auctions Plus.
* Agents are Landmark and Elders.
* Click here to download the brochure


John Deere - Agriculture
Case IH Agricultural Equipment

First Crops Sown
In Irrigation Trial At Aboriginal Cattle Station

Online LivestockAn Indigenous cattle station in Western Australia's far north is sowing crops as part of a groundbreaking irrigation trial. Four years ago Mowanjum Station, near Derby in the West Kimberley, was not even operational and it had been decades since the last cattle were sold. Now water is flowing for the very first time, following the recent installation of a centre pivot irrigator.


Aussie Pumps
Supply & Manufacture Of Pumps & High Pressure Cleaning Equipment

Online LivestockAustralian Pump Industries, commonly known as Aussie Pumps, specialises in high performance, self priming centrifugal transfer pumps for a wide range of applications including fire fighting as well as water and chemical transfer. Aussie Pumps also manufactures and imports high pressure cleaning equipment including cold water blasters, steam machines and drain cleaning jetters for tradesmen and cleaning professionals under the Aussie Eco-Clean brand.


Drought Worries Grow
In Victoria, South Australia With Some Areas Having Lowest Rainfall On Record

Drought Worries GrowRainfall totals are the lowest on record over the past year for parts of western Victoria and south-eastern South Australia, weather forecasters are warning. The latest drought analysis from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) said below-average rainfall for June had compounded the deficiencies over the past year. "A substantial area of lowest-on-record rainfall has emerged for the 12-month period in south-eastern South Australia and western Victoria," it said.


Farm Style
Lifestyle & Rural

2015 Annual On Property Sale
Thursday 27th August

2015 Annual On Property SaleAll the bulls have been weighed and scanned ready for next weeks bull sale. The combination of a full set of performance recording displayed as EBV's, the physical appearance of the bulls and the raw data on the Supplementary Sheet is available to assist you in selecting the bull most suitable for your program. The bulls have been fertility tested. Their gear check is done and their little swimmers are all set for the breeding olympics!


Buzz Off Buffalo Fly
Buffalo Fly Costs The Australian Cattle Industry More Than $98 Million/Year

Buzz Off Buffalo FlyBuffalo flies were accidentally introduced into northern Australia from Asia in the mid nineteenth century. Since then they have spread through northern Western Australia, the Northern Territory, Queensland and north-eastern NSW. They first entered NSW in 1978 and since then have spread south. The distribution of buffalo flies within NSW varies from season to season. Warm, moist conditions favour multiplication and spread.


Tassal Lands Australian Business Award
Tasmanian Salmon Producer Tassal Has Received An Australian Business Award For Sustainability

Tassal Lands Australian Business AwardTasmanian salmon farming company Tassal has won a major national award for sustainability, just days before a Senate committee hands down its findings into the environmental impact of the industry. Tassal's head of sustainability, Linda Sams, said the company had been recognised at the Australian Business Awards for its commitment to sustainable business practices.


Fair Dinkum Sheds
Waratah

The National Farmers' Federation (NFF)
Fresh Food Industry Unites On Workforce Sustainability

The National Farmers' Federation (NFF)The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) and the Produce Marketing Association Australia-New Zealand (PMA A-NZ) have today jointly hosted an industry forum to discuss the importance of overseas workers to Australian agriculture. The forum was held in Canberra and attended by key stakeholders across the fresh food supply chain, including farmer representative groups, retailers, unions, overseas workers, academics, recruitment services providers, social welfare organisations, government and political representatives.


NSW Farmers
Farm gates sign competition launched

NSW Farmers Demand Action Over Shenhua A NSW Farmers farm gate sign could be the ticket for a $10,000 holiday break in a photo competition launched by the association at AgQuip Field Days in Gunnedah this week. The NSW Farmers ‘Proud Member’ farm gate sign competition will see members vying for a $10,000 Swagman Tours holiday voucher or for one of two $500 runner-up prizes.


The Queensland Farmers Federation
Supporting Farmers To Reduce Energy Costs

The Queensland Farmers FederationThe Queensland Farmers Federation (QFF) is supporting farmers and on-farm businesses achieve greater energy efficiency through a series of practical workshops across the State. QFF CEO Clare Murray, said the workshops will provide farmers with the tools and knowledge required to minimise their energy costs and increase their profitability. “The workshops will include presentations about energy efficiency technologies for farms, products for financing energy efficiency projects and local case studies about on-farm energy efficiency,” Ms Murray said.


South Australian No-Till Farmers Association
About Us

South Australian No-Till Farmers Association There have been many technological advances in broadacre farming over the last decade. Reduced tillage systems have been a key part of this change, however the adoption of these changes for many farmers has not been altogether smooth. The South Australian No-Till Farmers Association (SANTFA) is a non-profit farmer driven organisation that is led by a committee of volunteers. SANTFA has, over its seven years of growth, successfully promoted the benefits of no-till farming systems and conservation farming in general and now has over 1000 financial members across South Australia.


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The Farm Store

The Western Australian Farmers Federation
The Future Looks Bright For AG

The Western Australian Farmers FederationMembers of AgConnectWA, a group for young people who are passionate about agriculture, recently elected a President and Vice President at the annual conference #GenerationAg. Kallum Blake of Katanning was re-elected to the position of President, with Katie Pole, from Larrawa Station, elected as Vice President. Mr Blake thanked the AgConnectWA committee for their continued hard work on behalf of the group.


The Victorian Farmers Federation
Sheep And Goat Electronic ID Must Remain Voluntary

The Victorian Farmers FederationThe Victorian Farmers Federation has reiterated its opposition to mandatory electronic identification of sheep and goats, following today’s release of the Auditor General’s report into livestock biosecurity. “Electronic identification of sheep and goats is far too expensive to warrant forcing farmers down the path of having to e-tag all their mobs,” VFF Livestock President Ian Feldtmann said. As it stands Victorian sheep are currently traced using visually readable tags and paper records.


Tasmanian Farmers & Graziers Association
Fair Dinkum Food - Celebrate The Past And Look To The Future

Tasmanian Farmers & Graziers AssociationThe 10-year anniversary of the Tasmanian tractor-powered Fair Dinkum Food Campaign was recognised today in the State’s vegetable growing heartland on the North West Coast. Local growers and Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association members joined Fair Dinkum Food campaigner Richard Bovill, former TFGA Vegetable Council Chairman Ian Young, current TFGA Vegetable Council Chairman Nathan Richardson and TFGA President Wayne Johnston to mark the achievements of the Tasmanian industry in the fight to change the requirements of Australia’s country of origin labelling.


Dr Smile Family Dentists

Helping Our Local Farmers
Feel Free To Contact Us And See If We Can Help

Online LivestockOnline Livestock is dedicated to helping our local Aussie farmers. If you have a product or service that you would like us to help you promote please contact us today. We have many options that are cost free and simply done on a good will basis. We believe strongly in building a passionate community that supports each another in tough times.



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