Links about the animal livestock industries in Tasmania
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Annual AgFest Field Days in Tasmania
: Real Estate Institute of Tasmania
The Real Estate Institute of Tasmania is a member organisation representing the views and the professional needs of its members - these being more than 170 real estate agents (and their staff) throughout the state.
: Australian Grown
The Australian Grown brand is an easy way for you to identify produce that is Australian.
: Australian Business Licence and Information Service
A one-stop-shop on the Commonwealth, State and Local Government controls required when operating a business (or occupation) in Tasmania. Includes licenses, permits, approvals, registrations, codes of practices, standards, guidelines, etc.
: Brand Tasmania
Brand Tasmania aims to heighten the profile, quality and value of Tasmanian products and services in the marketplace and to encourage a broad-based ownership of the Tasmanian brands by Tasmanian enterprises and the community.
: 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.
: Business Tasmania
Business Tasmania is the place to go for all business needs. It contains comprehensive information on licensing, legislative regulations and government services to assist with starting and growing a business.
: Small business assistance
Support for people intending to commence in business and also for existing small businesses in Tasmania.
SCAMwatch is a site to help you recognise, report and protect yourself from scams. SCAMwatch is owned and maintained by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and is also the campaign portal for the Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce.
: The Springboard Consultancy
Springboard has a range of development services designed to support and facilitate new and established businesses.
: 2018 Review of GMO Moratorium
Since 2001, Tasmania has maintained a moratorium on the commercial release of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to the Tasmanian environment. In 2018 a review of the moratorium was launched prior to the existing moratorium expiring in November 2019