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|Farm Budgets and Cost Calculators|
Provides a guide to the relative profitability of different enterprises and an indication of the different management practices used.
|Farm Business and Trade|
Topics including planning, record keeping, income management, taxation, insurances, employment, licences, marketing, exporting, freight, research etc.
| Farm business assistance (Aust Govt)|
Simple and convenient access to all the Government information, transactions and services for businesses. A whole-of-Government service providing essential information on planning, starting and running your business.
|Farm Business Planning Tools|
Gross Margin Analysis templates allow comparisons to be made between potential livestock and cropping enterprises. The business overheads can be taken into account using the 'Designing a Successful Business' template and put into a broader context by using the 'Financial Management Property Planning Module'.
| Farm energy efficiency fact sheet (Farm_Energy_Efficiency_Fact_Sheet.pdf 631 KB)|
Farm energy efficiency fact sheet
| Farm Finance Concessional Loan Scheme (Tasmania)|
The Australian Government has provided $15 million per year (over two years from 2013-14) for the provision of concessional loans to eligible farm businesses in Tasmania. This program is managed by the Department of State Growth.
Practical management issues including irrigation, land management, managing weeds, etc.
| Farm Management Deposits (FMD)|
The Farm Management Deposits (FMD) scheme is a tax-linked, risk-management tool which assists primary producers to deal with variable income.
| Farm offset opportunities (Farm_Offset_Opportunities_Fact_Sheet.pdf 1289 KB)|
Farm offset opportunities fact sheet
| Farm recruitment|
Information on recruitment, induction, retention planning, apprentices and trainees etc
| Farm Safety Fact Sheets|
Fact sheets covering all aspects of farm safety from tractor safety, handling livestock to skin cancer precautions.
| Farm Water development loan scheme (Farm_water_GuidelinesFWDLS.pdf 64 KB)|
Farm Water development loan scheme guidelines.
|Farm Water Management |
Best practices to improve farm productivity and water use efficiency.
|Farmer Groups and Production Programs|
There are a number of grower-focussed and groups in many Tasmanian farming communities across a range of commodities.
Buy, sell or hire farm machinery and equipment including tractors, irrigation and pumps.
| Farming Families Australia 2006 (ABS)|
Find 2006 agricultural census data and conclusions on Australian farming families.
| Farming in Australia - ABS data on the industry (2012)|
Data prepared by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) for the Year of the Farmer in 2012.
| Farming Safely in Tasmania|
A self-help guide to developing a safety management system for rural businesses in Tasmania.
| FarmPoint Agfest Poster (FarmPoint Agfest Poster_web.pdf 150 KB)|
| FarmPoint Computer and Training Program_vers 2 ( 0 KB)|
old survey form
| FarmPoint Training Manual (FarmPoint_Training_Manual_vers1.pdf 538 KB)|
A simple manual outlining the key features of the FarmPoint website.
| Fat score of ewes at joining: the benefits of optimal nutrition|
Provides information on fat score targets for breeding ewes at joining and how conception rates could improve if these targets are reached.
| Fatcow - Australian agricultural directory|
An Australian agricultural products and services portal.
| Feed budget tables|
Feed budget tables for drought/dry conditions in southern Australia.
|Field and Forage Crops|
Information on import regulations, varieties, research and development.
|Field Days - visit the Calendar of Events|
For information on field days visit the Calendar of Events.
| Field Fresh Tasmania|
Field Fresh Tasmania vegetables are sought by the most discerning markets of Europe, Asia and Australia, sourced from a growing environment with unparalleled natural advantages.
Finance information for farmers and agricultural industries.
There are a number of programs offering financial assistance to farmers.
| Fire ecology|
Find out why fire plays such a key role in the ecology of the Tasmanian natural environment.
|First meeting of the Tasmanian Cat Management Reference Group (June 2015)|
The Reference Group has the task of providing advice to the Minister on ways to achieve better cat management in Tasmania. This includes issues related to domestic and feral cats, roles and responsibilities and identifying the necessary resources (public and private) to achieve effective outcomes.
| Flood Data Books in Tasmania|
Historical data about floods in Tasmania.
|Flood information for Tasmanian farmers|
Flood information and timelines.
| Floodplain Management in Tasmania|
Guidelines is to reduce the effect of flooding and flood liability on individual owners and occupiers of flood-prone property, and to reduce private and public losses resulting from floods.
| Floodplain Mapping in Tasmania |
Detailed mapping is important in areas prone to flooding.
Useful information about treating flystrike in sheep. Includes longer term management options to reduce the overall risk.
Ensuring food produced in Tasmania's primary production and processing sectors is safe to eat is an important step in ensuring the wellbeing of consumers and protects our reputation as a producer of safe and clean food.
| Food Safety in Tasmania|
Food safety management systems in Tasmania.
| FOODmap - An analysis of Australian food distribution channels|
FOODmap: A comparative analysis of Australian food distribution channels examining the different ways food reaches consumers.
| Forecast Rainfall (BoM)|
These rainfall forecasts are produced from computer models. As they contain no input from weather forecasters, it is important to also check the Bureau's local forecasts and warnings.
|Forecasts and Observations|
Automated data feeds from the Bureau of Meteorology for Tasmanian weather forecasts and observations
| Fox evidence map (Fox_evidence_map.pdf 431 KB)|
Fox evidence map
Information on freight options and the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme.
| Freight transport providers (listed on Tasmania Online)|
Listing of commercial freight and transport providers on the Tasmania online website.
| Frequently asked questions about liver fluke (Virbac_Liverfluke_2008.pdf 128 KB)|
Information about the liver fluke parasite (question and answer format).
|Fruit fly-infested produce from Victoria found in Tasmania |
A Tasmania-wide alert has been issued after a nectarine certified as being "fruit fly-free" was found infested with larvae in Devonport, sparking a recall of that supplier's produce from the shelves of retail outlets across the state.
|Fruit Fly Host Produce – Post Harvest Treatment with Fenthion (June 2016)|
Biosecurity stakeholders please note that an important change has taken place in the import regulations housed in the Plant Biosecurity Manual Tasmania, as of 23 June 2016.
| Fruit Fly Information (Fruit_fly_flyer_Update-29Jan2018.pdf 2414 KB)|
Community alert for fruit fly (January 2018)
|Fruit growers counting the cost of the fruit fly outbreak|
Fruit fly was first detected in the state in January, sparking concerns it could threaten the state's fruit fly-free status.
| Fruit Growers Tasmania Inc.|
Fruit Growers Tasmania Inc is a non-profit industry association representing the Tasmanian industry.
|Fruit picking season in full swing but struggles to find enough labour|
The fruit picking season is well underway, but growers have been left short-handed and wondering where all the casual labour has gone.
| Fruits Farm Gate Guide (FarmGateGuideNov08Final.pdf 3291 KB)|
An initiative of Fruit Growers Tasmania (FGT)
|Fruit, nuts, floriculture and wine|
Information on fruit, floriculture and wine growing in Tasmania.
| Fuel Tax Credits - ATO (ATO_Fuel_Tax_Credits.pdf 38 KB)|
Information bulletin from ATO regarding claiming fuel tax credits.
| Fuel Tax Credits ATO Release (fuel_tax_credits.pdf 48 KB)|
Media release by ATO about fuel tax credits and the eligibility of primary producers to claim these.
|Funding for Landcare and NRM activities|
Opportunities for landholders and organisations to seek funding to undertake NRM and landcare activities.
| Future Dairy|
FutureDairy is a research and extension program to help Australia’s dairy farmers manage the challenges they are likely to face during the next 20 years.
| Future Farmers Network|
This network is a national not-for-profit organisation that has been set up to encourage and support young people as they pursue and continue careers in agriculture and its related fields.
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