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|A framework for Agricultural Education in Tasmanian schools|
The 'Grow, Make, Protect' framework is an important step towards improved opportunities for the teaching and learning about food and fibre production in Tasmanian schools.
| A Guide to Water in Tasmania|
The amount and distribution of surface water in Tasmania.
|A review of the '2012 Year of the Farmer' campaign|
The ‘Australian Year of the Farmer’ was a campaign conducted during 2012 which aimed to celebrate and promote the work of Australian farmers, and to showcase the critical role that agriculture plays in the Australian economy.
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) is the Australian government economic research agency for independent analysis of primary industries.
|ABARES 2013 Outlook Conference draws Australian and international experts|
The Outlook 2013 Conference will provide a unique opportunity for a thorough examination of the issues faced by the agricultural, forestry, fisheries and food sectors in Australia.
|ABARES milestone - 70 years of agricultural research|
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) has reached its 70th birthday.
|ABARES names Foot and Mouth disease as Australia's biggest biosecurity threat|
A new report by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences puts the cost of a large foot and mouth disease outbreak in Australia at more than $50 billion over 10 years.
|ABARES predicts agricultural export earnings likely to remain high|
ABARES says the value of farm exports is likely to fall by six per cent in 2014-15, to around $38.5 billion, still well above the 10 year average.
|ABARES predicts record value for Australian farm production in 2013-14|
Australia’s gross value of farm production is expected to achieve a record in 2013-14, according to the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES).
|ABARES predicts strong dairy returns in the year ahead|
ABARES predicts that Australian exports of dairy products will rise by 14 per cent in 2014-15. to $3.4 billion, reflecting higher world dairy product prices and an assumed depreciation of the Australian dollar.
|ABARES Regional Outlook Conference in Hobart on Wednesday 1 May|
The Hobart Regional Outlook conference on Wednesday 1 May 2013.
|ABARES releases latest figures for Tasmanian agriculture|
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences has released its latest assessment of agriculture in Tasmania.
|ABARES releases report on foreign investment in agriculture|
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) has released its report on the level of foreign investment in agriculture.
|ABARES reports increased farm gate returns for Australian beef producers|
Farm incomes are increasing strongly for beef producers, according to a report released by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences.
|ABARES revises its outlook upwards for the current financial year|
The value of Australian farm production is booming, with commodity forecaster ABARES revising up its outlook for this financial year.
|ABARES shows farm exports and earnings up in 2012|
The annual update of Australia’s agricultural statistics shows earnings and farm exports are up in 2012.
|ABARES starts annual surveys focusing on cropping, sheep, beef and dairy farms|
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) has started its annual survey focusing on wheat and other crops, mixed livestock, sheep, beef and dairy farms.
| ABC HEYWIRE|
HEYWIRE is a chance for you to tell your story. Sure, you might not have mobile phone service, and yes we can't see your face under that big akubra and through the blowflies. But Heywire is about breaking the stereotypes, keeping it real and giving a voice to Rural and Regional youth.
| ABC Landline |
ABC Landline provides agricultural and fishing stories each week, including commodity market reports, weather and climate updates.
|ABS figures show foreign ownership of farmland in Australia remains low|
Figures published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics suggest that foreign ownership of agricultural land is relatively rare in Australia.
|ACCC announces membership of new Agriculture Consultative Committee|
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced the membership of its new Agriculture Consultative Committee.
|ACCC calls for more transparency and better reporting on beef markets|
The beef industry is being asked by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to increase its self-regulation.
|ACCC establishes an Agriculture Enforcement and Engagement Unit|
The ACCC has been provided with additional funding of $11.4 million over four years to establish an Agriculture Enforcement and Engagement Unit that will conduct investigations and engagement in rural and regional areas.
|ACCC fines Melbourne company for misrepresenting its honey|
A Victorian company has paid more than $30,000 in fines after Australia's consumer watchdog found the company had misled customers.
|ACCC horticulture and viticulture regional workshop in Devonport on Thursday 1 September|
Producers are invited to attend the ACCC’s workshop in Devonport on competition and fair trading issues affecting the horticulture and viticulture industries.
|ACCC hosting forums nationally to hear from dairy farmers|
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is inviting dairy farmers to share any concerns they may have about competition and fair trading at a series of public forums around the country.
|ACCC identifies competition and fair trading issues in horticulture and viticulture |
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report into trading issues facing the horticulture and viticulture industries has identified a number of areas of concern, particularly about the Horticulture Code of Conduct.
|ACCC launches wide-ranging study into the Australian cattle and beef market|
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has launched a study into the Australian beef and cattle market.
|Acknowledging the rural women of Australia|
The International Day of Rural Women on 15 October provided the opportunity for all Australians to honour the key role rural women play in building regional communities and the economy.
|Action grants for on-farm works in 2013 are now available from NRM South |
NRM South are offering grants for sustainable land management practices.
|Additional detector dog teams for the quarantine barrier over summer|
The training of Biosecurity Tasmania’s newest recruits is in full-swing and will ensure three new detector dog teams are patrolling the borders this summer season.
|Additional funding for rural R&D corporations|
Rural Research and Development Corporations across the country are encouraged to apply for up to $30 million in new funding for cutting edge research to boost productivity and returns across the agricultural, fishery and forestry industries.
|Additional funding for the Year of the Farmer|
The Australian Government has provided a further $500,000 to the Year of the Farmer.
|Additional funding to assist small exporters|
Around $2 million in funding is available through Round 2 of the Package Assisting Small Exporters.
|Additional funds for Rural Alive and Well and the Rural Relief Fund|
The State Government has announced additional grants of $70,000 to Rural Alive and Well and $110,000 to the Rural Relief Fund.
|Additional State Government funding for the Rural Relief Fund |
The Tasmanian Government has donated a further $50,000 to the Rural Relief Fund to help farming families and communities recover from the devastating floods in June.
|Additional vessel to transport King Island cattle |
As shipments of livestock to and from Tasmania peak, a former ore carrier has joined the Bass Strait fleet.
| Adelaide Produce Markets (SA)|
The Adelaide Produce Markets is South Australia's centre for the distribution and marketing of fresh fruit and vegetables.
|Adoption and extension for young agriculturists |
Adoption and extension for young agriculturists
| Advice for Equine Industry Service Providers Regarding Equine Influenza (biosec.pdf 24 KB)|
This Advice applies to anyone who provides a service to the equine industry - recreational and racing, e.g. veterinarians, farriers, jockeys, chiropractors, dentists etc.
|Advice to enhance lamb survival rates|
Sheep producers have successfully lifted lamb survival rates in the past decade and the industry is on target to achieve further lifts.
|Advice to pet rabbit owners (May 2016)|
Pet rabbit owners are advised that a new strain of the Calcivirus is present in Tasmania.
|Advisory committee members sought for the New and Developing Plant Industries program|
The Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation is seeking applications for several positions on the New and Developing Plant Industries Advisory Committee.
| African black beetle fact sheet (African_beetle.pdf 527 KB)|
African black beetle fact sheet
| Ag Careers website|
An online career site for agriculture, food, natural resources, and biotechnology.
| Ag Institute Australia (AIA)|
Membership of AIA is open to Agricultural Science graduates working in agriculture and the natural resource environment or related disciplines. Membership is also open to those with agricultural or related experience and who demonstrate equivalence to formal qualifications.
|Ag Institute puts the case for increased RD&E funding|
The Ag Institute has made a case for increased funding for RD&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;E and education in a submission to the Federal Government’s Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper.
| Ag Mag - Agricultural newsletter on the Australian Bureau of Statistics website|
Includes information on the 2006-07 Agricultural Survey conducted by the ABS and other agricultural statistics.
Look for jobs or advertise vacancies. AgbizCareers is designed as an independent resource for the Australian Agribusiness sector. It is a cost effective way to seek and advertise agribusiness positions in Australia.
Annual AgFest Field Days in Tasmania
|Agfest 2015 applications now open|
Applications for next year's Agfest are open until 1 December 2014.
|Agfest 2016 applications now open|
Applications to exhibit at Agfest 2016 have now opened.
|Agfest applications for 2013 close on Friday 7 December|
Exhibitor applications for Agfest in 2013 close on Friday 7 December 2012.
|Agibusiness Australia scholarship applications open|
Each year Agribusiness Australia announces a scholarship encouraging young Australians to undertake tertiary education in agriculture.
| Agnet - Australian Agriculture|
Contains comprehensive lists of Australian agriculture related sites.
AgPeople is a specialist recruitment company focusing on the selection of key staff for agribusiness.
| Agri-Business Skills Database|
The Agri-Business Skills Database provides information about courses, scholarships and training opportunities plus resources to support teachers and career advisors about agriculture and aquaculture.
| Agri Business Recruitment|
Agribusiness Recruitment is a specialist recruitment company focused on providing recruitment solutions within the Australian agribusiness industry.
|Agribusiness support offered by Aurora Energy|
Through a joint initiative between Aurora Energy and Rural Business Tasmania, free financial management advice will be provided to farmers to manage and lower their energy consumption and costs.
|Agribusiness urged to back biochar use in Tasmania|
Biochar is a clean, green carbon residue that has potential to increase productivity in aquaculture, agriculture and industry.
Coverage: Indexes the collections of the US National Agricultural Library and is a primary public source for world-wide access to agricultural information. The database covers materials in all formats and periods, including printed works from as far back as the 15th century.
| Agricultural Commodities (ABS)|
This publication contains estimates of principal agricultural commodities and livestock numbers.
|Agricultural competiveness issues paper released |
The first steps in developing the Federal Government's White Paper on Agriculture are underway, with the release of an issues paper which will guide the process.
|Agricultural interest rates remain steady for the month |
The NFF Agribusiness Loan Monitor shows interest rates steady for the month.
|Agricultural knowledge sharing with New Zealand |
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the University of Tasmania and New Zealand’s leading agriculture university with the common aim of growing the sector.
|Agricultural landscape support for flood affected landowners|
A new Agricultural Landscape Rehabilitation Scheme will assist landowners and communities to fund projects and services aimed at the rehabilitation of land and stream systems damaged as a result of the floods in 2016.
| Agricultural observations (BoM)|
Agricultural Observations Bulletin for Tasmania
| Agriculture and Horticulture courses map|
Food Innovation Ltd have released a map providing a national overview of courses and degrees in Agriculture and Horticulture by educational institution, including online courses.
|Agriculture courses attract record enrolments|
Throughout Australia there is a growing demand for agricultural education, with enrolments at agricultural schools and colleges at a record high.
|Agriculture in Education – resources for teachers|
The Primary Industries Education Foundation Australia in conjunction with the Australian Government have produced a range of educational resources for the Agriculture in Education Initiative.
|Agriculture in focus: farming families, Australia, 2006|
The following article uses information from these Censuses to update topics discussed in Australian Social Trends 2003, Farming Families.
| Agriculture in Tasmania (Tasmania_2015.doc 1640 KB)|
Details of primary industries in Tasmania, published in March 2015
|Agriculture in the classroom|
The Primary Industries Education Foundation is developing a plan to improve teaching and learning about agriculture in schools.
|Agriculture Minister defends quarantine system|
Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce is standing by Australia's biosecurity system, after this week's hepatitis A scare.
|Agriculture Minister to lead Tasmanian delgation to New Zealand|
The Minister for Agriculture (Jeremy Rockliff) will lead an agribusiness delegation to New Zealand from November 8-12 to explore opportunities in key areas including dairy, wine, education and biosecurity.
|Agriculture Online Databases|
Online databases related to agriculture.
|Agriculture to benefit from new aquaculture feed mill at Westbury|
The State Government is backing the Ridley Corporation Limited’s development of an aquaculture feed mill with a $2 million grant.
|AgriGrowth Loan Scheme for Tasmanian farmers|
Low interest loans ranging from $30,000 up to a $1 million are available to Tasmanian farm or agri-food businesses.
|AgriGrowth Tasmania releases latest Food and Beverage Industry Scorecard|
The latest Tasmanian Food and Beverage Industry Scorecard confirms that agriculture, seafood production and food value adding are key contributors to the Tasmanian economy.
Specialist agribusiness recruitment agency.
Coverage: Information for international agricultural research.
| Agsafe training and accreditation|
Provides information on the Agsafe personnel accreditation and training course and the re-accreditation course.
| AgVet Chemicals - licences and certificates (DPIPWE)|
Licences for agricultural & veterinary chemicals in Tasmania. Includes training information.
| Almond Board of Australia|
The Australian almond industry is undergoing rapid expansion, becoming one of the fastest growing horticulture industries in Australia.
|Alpine apparel firm sources Tasmanian merino wool|
High performance German sportswear company Ortovox is seeking Tasmanian fine Merino wool.
|Amendments to 'Right to Farm' legislation|
The Government has amended the PIAP Act in the House of Assembly to simplify and remove confusion about the ‘right to farm’ protection for primary producers.
|Amendments to the Primary Industries Activities Protection Act (1995)|
The State Government will introduce amendments to the Primary Industries Activities Protection Act in the first half of 2016, to simplify and extend the ‘right to farm’ protection for primary producers.
|American beef set to compete with Australian exports to China|
Australian beef will compete with American exports as the Chinese market opens up to the US, for the first time in 13 years.
| An agronomist's odyssey|
Career highlights of a practising agronomist in the cotton industry, from 8th Australian Agronomy Conference.
|Analyst predicts a lower milk price for the new season|
A dairy analyst is warning the crisis facing dairy farmers in south-east Australia will get worse before it gets better.
|Analyst predicts short-term wool prices to remain high due to strong demand|
Short-term demand for wool is the best since the global financial crisis, according to industry analyst Chris Wilcox from Poimena Analysis.
|Analysts forecast farmer milk prices will increase next season|
Despite a stalling world market, analysts are forecasting milk prices for Australian dairy farmers will improve in the next financial year.
| Anglicare Tasmania|
Anglicare's mission is to achieve social justice and provide the opportunity for people to reach fullness of life.
| Angus Society of Australia|
Provides information on the breed, association and marketing and research.
|Angus Society seeks applicants for the Youth National Roundup in January 2013|
The Angus Society is calling for applications for the Youth National Roundup in NSW in January 2013
| Angus Youth - activities and scholarships|
Angus Youth is the junior activities division of Angus Australia. It offers many opportunities to its members through its extensive educational programs & scholarships.
With all animal and poultry diseases, early diagnosis is most important. These links provide some information on various animal and poultry diseases.
| Animal Genetics and Breeding Unit|
AGBU's work has greatly assisted the improvement of livestock through breeding in Australia and overseas. A vibrant scientific program continues with regular publication of research results in scientific journals. However, its main purpose is to meet ongoing demands from Australia's livestock industries for research, development and training in genetics.
| Animal Health Australia|
Animal Health Australia (AHA) is a not-for-profit public company established by the Australian, state and territory governments and major national livestock industry organisations. AHA's mission is to ensure that the national animal health system delivers a competitive advantage and preferred market access for Australia's livestock industries.
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