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| Harvest Hotline Australia|
Provides a register of Australian and international staff to work as fruit pickers, header/cotton picker drivers, farmhands and general harvest help for wheat, cotton, fruit or vegetables
| Harvest Jobs - seasonal employment in Australia |
Website listing seasonal harvest work opportunities around Australia. Search by state or territory. Farmers looking for seasonal workers can register on the site as an employer and have their job opportunities listed.
| Have you been in contact with interstate horses in the last 24 hours? (0M154906_QuarantineBiosecurityGuidelinePosteRrding.pdf 220 KB)|
Important information about Equine Influenza.
| Hazelnut field day (Hazelnut-field-Day-Feb-2010.pdf 281 KB)|
Hazelnut field day
|Heads up for Serrated Tussock|
Heads up for Serrated tussock
Health information, services and groups for rural Tasmania.
This site provides a wide range of up-to-date and quality assessed information on important health topics such as diabetes, cancer, mental health and asthma.
| Healthy and contented sheep (healthy_sheep_2009.pdf 195 KB)|
Healthy and contented sheep - 2nd flyer with no logos.
|Help for Tasmanian businesses to invest in renewable energy|
The Tasmanian Government has launched a program to help Tasmanian businesses invest in renewable energy.
| Herbage Development Program (Tasmania)|
The Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture’s Herbage Development Program is focused on delivering persistent, high-yielding and nutritious pasture cultivars, developed and tested in Tasmania.
| Herefords Australia|
Herefords Australia is the national industry organisation representing the interests of Australian Hereford breeders and is committed to securing the industry's future.
Established in 2005, the organisation was formed following the amalgamation of the former Poll Hereford Society and the Australian Hereford Society.
| Herefords Australia Youth Group|
Provides contacts for the youth section of Herefords Australia.
|Historic first grape harvest at Government House in Hobart|
Gardeners at Tasmania's Government House have swapped their normal tools for clippers for the first grape harvest at the grounds.
|History online databases|
Online databases related to History.
| Holstein Australia|
Useful information on the breed, cattle sales, the association and its projects.
|Honey bee biosecurity online training module (June 2013)|
There is a free online biosecurity training module for beekeepers.
| Horse equipment import guide (horse-equipment-ban-factsheet.doc 505 KB)|
Factsheet covering restrictions on importing horse equipment into Tasmania
| Horse gear - advice posted at airports and seaport for inbound passengers (gearposter.pdf 37 KB)|
Advice posted at airports and seaport for inbound passengers
|Horse owners and horse clubs preparing for future emergencies (June 2013)|
One of the lessons coming out of the January 2013 bushfires in Tasmania is that horse owners need to be well prepared for a bushfire emergency.
| Horse Welfare and Diseases (DPIPWE)|
Horse welfare and disease management.
| Horticulture Australia Ltd|
Horticulture Australia Limited (HAL) is a national research, development and marketing organisation that works in partnership with the horticulture sector to invest in programs that provide benefit to Australian horticulture industries
| How do I staff my business? (Business Point)|
Covers attracting and retaining staff plus human resource issues as your business gets bigger.
|How to report a suspected emergency plant pest or disease (July 2013)|
A new DPIPWE fact sheet on reporting a suspect case of a plant pest or disease.
|Human Health and Disease Online Databases|
Online databases related to Human Health and Disease.
|Hydatid Disease in Tasmania (June 2016)|
Tasmania has in place restrictions on feeding offal to dogs as part of the state’s ongoing management of hydatids.
| Hydro Tasmania|
A Tasmanian Government Business Enterprise responsible for the State's hydro-electric scheme plus new renewable energy generation projects in wind farms and mini-hydro.
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