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Online Livestock Evolving
New Offers For Our Users

Online Livestock EvolvingOnlinelivestock is the leading livestock website with growing subscribers every day. The cost to advertise on our site has been FREE for the past 6 years. Due to the current situation of our ongoing cost eg: hosting and advertising and to upgrade our site we have decided to remove all cost for our sales, events and directory listings but ad a one off $15.00 registration fee. This will allow all users to ad there Stud with web links on the directory Sales and events as well with web links and logos.

So in short we are lifting the $50.00 fee for web links on our services and replacing it with an annual registration fee of $15.00 dollars, all listings for the classifieds ect will be free after this one off registration fee. This will also help our users with people placing fraudulent ads on the site. We look forward to all our users staying with us through this period which will help us remain on top and supply you with an up to date livestock website.

Country Classic On Chilcotts Creek
First Time Offered In 24 Years

Country Classic On Chilcotts CreekFirst time offered in 24 years, "Highlands" presents a rare 340 acres (137.63ha) of productive grazing country with a magnificent 5 bedroom country home on Chilcotts Creek, located on the northern edge of the Upper Hunter Valley, overlooking the Liverpool Plains. The property has been owned by the one family and the timber home was Master Built 22 years ago by renowned local builder, Ray Schubert.

Murray Grey Australia Youth
Open To All Young Cattle Enthusiasts 30 Years And Under

Murray Grey Australia YouthThe Murray Grey Youth Program is open to all young cattle enthusiasts 30 years and under. The program provides members with education on beef cattle in an environment of fun and creativity. Onlinelinelivestock encourages all young people into the rural industry with their new ideas and enthusiasm.

Declarations Essential
For Feedstuffs When Drought Feeding

Declarations EssentialWith drought still affecting significant areas of rural Australia SAFEMEAT is urging livestock producers to seek information on the chemical residue status of fodder, grains and by-products fed to livestock. SAFEMEAT Chairman Ross Keane, warned that some supplementary feeds, including some by-products not normally used in drought feeding, particularly throughout Queensland and northern NSW, may have been treated with agricultural chemicals which could lead to residues being accumulated in livestock exposed to those feeds.

Cattle Link
Eco Voice - Eco Info Online

AWI Nuffield Woolgrower Scholarship
The Scholarships Are Open To Men And Women

 AWI Nuffield Woolgrower ScholarshipAWI sponsors the annual AWI Nuffield Woolgrower Scholarship, in collaboration with Nuffield Australia. The scholarship is a unique opportunity for a woolgrower to study a particular subject of interest, and increase practical farming knowledge and management skills and techniques in the Australian wool industry.

Call for Nominations
2014 Faculty Alumni Awards

Call for NominationsAlumni and friends are encouraged to submit nominations for the 2014 Faculty Alumni Awards. The awards will recognise the extraordinary difference our alumni make in Australia and around the world. It is a wonderful opportunity to honour those graduates whose contributions may go unrecognised. Up to four awards may be made each year for outstanding alumni achievement in the areas of Community, International, Professional and Young Alumni.

The Tocal Field Days
Friday 2 – Sunday 4 May, 2014

The Tocal Field DaysThe Tocal Field Days are held every year on the first weekend in May. Our visitors include people on the land who are looking for the latest innovations, hobby farmers and enthusiasts and people looking for a great day out in a beautiful country setting.

Farm Style
Lifestyle & Rural

The National Livestock Identification System
See The Difference

The National Livestock Identification SystemTo maintain this competitive advantage and along with a growing worldwide trend for countries to implement whole-of-life traceability systems for livestock, Australia has been implementing a world leading RFID enabled cattle identification and tracing system, called the National Livestock Identification Scheme or more simply as NLIS.

Spry's 50th Anniversary
WAGGA WAGGA (23rd April, 2014) Bull Sale

Spry's 50th AnniversaryIt is with great pleasure we offer to you a tremendous set of industry focused bulls, females and genetics which celebrate 50 years of breeding Shorthorns with a focus on the commercial industry. These bulls are bred with a commitment to our Clients to breed beef genetics who adapt to our variable and quite often harsh environment of Australia. At Spry's we continue to Sire line test commercially from conception to consumption.

Specific Focus On Water Infrastructure
Ministerial Group That Will Investigate Water Infrastructure Projects

Specific Focus On Water InfrastructureThe National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) welcomes the establishment of a ministerial group that will investigate water infrastructure projects, announced today by the Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce. Chair of the NFF Water Taskforce, Les Gordon, said a focus on water infrastructure is necessary to help address Australia’s agricultural sustainability.

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

NSW Farmers Rejects Native Veg Codes
NSW Government’s Reform Of Native Vegetation Management

NSW Farmers Rejects Native Veg CodesNSW Farmers has rejected the NSW Government’s claim that the new native vegetation self assessable codes released today would deliver anything substantial and meaningful for the state’s farmers. The codes were the next step in the NSW Government’s reform of native vegetation management. NSW Farmers President Fiona Simson said although there may be some instances where the codes will help, most farmers will find them frustrating, unworkable and difficult to understand.

Work Yet To Do On Drought Policy
New Drought Assistance For Farmers Impacted By The Current Drought Event

Work Yet To Do On Drought PolicyThe QFF welcomes last week’s announcement of new drought assistance for farmers impacted by the current drought event, but it is clear that there are both medium and long term issues that must be addressed with drought reform and policy. The recent announcement was targeted at in-event relief, aiming to fill the void in Federal policy that has lingered since the abolition of Exceptional Circumstances in 2012.

South Australian Farmers Federation No Longer
Replaced With Primary Producers SA

South Australian Farmers Federation No LongerSouth Australia's main lobby group, the South Australian Farmers Federation, has been dissolved during a special meeting held in Adelaide. The vote, which was passed almost unanimously, disbands SAFF and replaces it with a new group, Primary Producers SA.

Digital Envy Solutions
The Farm Store

Beekeepers Urged To Vote On Honey Levy
Proposal To Reform And Increase The Honey Producer And Export Levy

Beekeepers Urged To Vote On Honey LevyWAFarmers Beekeeper members are urged to vote on the proposal to reform and increase the honey producer and export levy. The Australian Honey Bee Industry Council (AHBIC) is proposing to raise the honey levy from the current 2.3c/kg to 4.6c/kg on 1 July 2015. This will be a 2.3c/kg raise in biosecurity levies and will raise an additional $460,000 per annum for AHBIC to contribute to biosecurity activities across Australia. This will fund the development of the National Bee Biosecurity Program, as well as fund the National Bee Pest Surveillance Program.

Red Alert
For Fruit & Vegetable Growers

Red AlertTHE Victorian Farmers Federation has called on all fruit and vegetable growers to check all worker and labour-contractor agreements, as government agencies extend their crack down on illegal and underpaid workers. The Department of Immigration and Border Protection is checking properties across Victoria for illegal workers, while the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) is investigating employers who fail to put their workers on properly calculated and written piece-work agreements.

Farmers Applaud Midlands Water Scheme
Named As A Finalist In Two Categories At The National Infrastructure Awards

Farmers Applaud Midlands Water SchemeThe state’s farmers today applauded the recognition of Tasmanian Irrigation’s flagship Midlands Water Scheme in being named as a finalist in two categories at the National Infrastructure Awards, the Smart Infrastructure Project of the Year and Government Partnership Excellence award. The $104 million scheme, which local farmers have heavily backed financially, takes water from Arthurs Lake to as far south as Jericho. When completed, it will deliver up to 38,500 ML of water a year to 55,484 ha of irrigable land.

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Featured Classifieds
Reach the Rural Community

Animal Type: Sheep
Breed: White Dorper
Gender: Female
Location: 2850
Quantity: 100
Price: $110.00
Animal Type: Cattle
Breed: Angus
Gender: Female
Location: 3677
Quantity: 20
Price: $330.00
Animal Type: Cattle
Breed: Angus
Gender: Male
Location: 3552
Quantity: 4
Price: $1750.00
Animal Type: Pigs
Breed: Cross Breeds
Gender: Male
Location: 3301
Quantity: 5
Price: $140.00
Animal Type: Goats
Breed: Cross Breeds
Gender: Female
Location: 2579
Quantity: 25
Price: $80.00

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