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| Cadastral Search Request (DPIPWE)|
For searching survey information by mail, fax or email.
Various calculation tools including calculating cost of production, gestation and delivery dates and carbon emissions.
| Calving histogram calculator (MLA)|
The calving histogram has been developed to help producers measure the calving performance of their herds.
| Carbon calculators fact sheet (Carbon_Calculators_Fact_Sheet.pdf 713 KB)|
Carbon calculators fact sheet
| Careers at the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (Tasmania)|
At DPIPWE there are job opportunities for engineers, microbiologists, surveyors, marine zoologists, quarantine officers, hydrographers, plant pathologists, ecologists, farm managers, horticulturalists, valuers, policy analysts - the list goes on.
| Caring for our Country (Aust Gov) |
'Caring for our Country' is the Australian Government's natural resource management program that integrates the delivery of the existing programs - the Natural Heritage Trust, the National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality, the National Landcare Program, the Environmental Stewardship Program and the Working on Country Indigenous Land and Environmental Program.
|Caring for sheep and livestock in extreme weather - animal welfare alert (10 May 2018)|
Biosecurity Tasmania urges owners of sheep to be vigilant for any signs of cold stress brought about by forecast cold conditions and heavy rains.
|Caring for sheep in extreme weather (September 2017)|
Biosecurity Tasmania urges owners of sheep to be vigilant for any signs in their flock of cold stress brought about by the recent icy conditions.
|Cats blamed for spread of native wildlife-killing toxoplasmosis, as calls for urgent action grow|
Toxoplasmosis is a disease spread in the urine and faeces of cats. All mammals, including humans, are susceptible. As feral cat populations in Tasmania have grown, toxo as it's known, has taken a massive toll on local wildlife.
|Cattle Breed Societies|
Provides links to various cattle breed societies.
|Cattle Council - rising beef champions initiative|
Cattle Council aims to inspire, empower and support young people, who are passionate about the Australian beef industry and to provide them with an opportunity to be directly involved. It is vital that the cattle producers and stakeholders of tomorrow are involved in the planning that occurs today.
| Cattle Council of Australia|
The Cattle Council of Australia represents and promotes the interests of Australian beef producers.
| Cattle yards and equipment (DPI NSW)|
Provides a number of links to cattle yard design and equipment.
| Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research|
The Centre is a partnership between the Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO to ensure that Australia remains a world leader in climate, weather and oceans research.
| Centrelink assistance for rural and remote Australians|
Centrelink has assistance programs for drought, farm help, accommodation and other areas.
Provides information on cereal diseases including symptoms, life cycles and treatments.
| Cereal growth stages (GRDC)|
Designed to give growers greater confidence in identifying the important cereal growth stages and how they relate to the principles of disease management and canopy management
| Cereal root diseases (DPI Vic)|
Provides information including identification, symptoms and control of cereal root diseases.
Provides information on cereals including varieties, diseases, market advice and fact sheets.
|Cereals and Field Crops|
Cereals and grain legumes are important parts of cropping rotations in Tasmania.
|Certificate IV in Organic Farming|
A Certificate in Organic Farming course will be run by TasTAFE from 2008.
| Certificate of Competency to Use Agricultural and/or Veterinary Chemicals|
If you apply agricultural chemical products for a commercial spraying business, you must hold a Certificate of Competency that is relevant to the type of work you do.
| Charles Sturt University - School of Agriculture and Vetereinary Sciences Scholarships|
Provides links to scholarshps available through the Charles Sturt University School of Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences.
| Charolais Society of Australia|
Provides news, sales and information on Charolais cattle in Australia.
|Cheesemaker enjoys working with smaller dairy to make Tilsit cheese|
It's taken a few years to be certified organic, but a North West dairy farming family says the hard work is paying off.
Chemclear collects unwanted rural chemicals by providing a safe and easy collection and disposal service for all chemical users within Australia.
| Chemical Registration and Permits (DPIPWE)|
The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) in Canberra registers agricultural and veterinary chemicals.
| Cherry Production in Tasmania|
Link to the Perennial Horticulture program of the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA).
| Churchill Fellowships|
A Churchill Fellowship provides financial support to enable Australian citizens from all walks of life to travel overseas to undertake an analysis, study or investigation of a project or an issue that cannot readily be undertaken in Australia. The value of a Churchill Fellowship is around $25,000.
|Citrus canker - reinstatement of import requirement in Tasmania (May 2018)|
Biosecurity Tasmania has declared citrus canker to be a List A disease under the Plant Quarantine Act 1997 and has re-instated the Import Requirement on the import of Citrus plants and plant products (including leaf material and fruit) as well as agricultural equipment and machinery that may have been in contact with the disease.
A list of climate change resources from Tasmania, Australia and overseas.
|Climate change - International Resources|
Information on climate change from overseas.
|Climate change - National and other state resources|
Information from the Australian Government and from other states, on climate and climate change issues.
|Climate change - Tasmanian resources|
Tasmanian resources and information on climate change.
|Climate change and energy efficiency information|
Information, calculation tools and fact sheets on climate change and energy efficiency relevant to Tasmania
| Climate Change Information for Tasmania|
In Tasmania, strategies and actions are currently being undertaken or planned to address greenhouse gas emissions and climate change adaptation.
| Climate Change Information (NZ)|
New Zealand's climate change information website.
| Climate change policy (Climate_Change_Policy_Fact_Sheet.pdf 798 KB)|
climate change policy fact sheet
| Climate Change Research and Global Warming Resources (The CCRSPI Blog)|
Climate Change Research & Global Warming Resources.
| Climate Change (Aust Govt)|
The Australian Government is committed to action that will safeguard the environment, sustain society and support the economy.
| Climate Change (Qld)|
Information and resources from Qld government on climate change.
| Climate change (Vic Govt)|
This web site provides information about the comprehensive suite of actions led by the Victorian Government to address climate change and how you can play your part.
| Climate Data Online (BoM)|
Climate Data Online provides a range of statistics, weather observations and other climate data for Australian locations. Some of the products - such as climate statistics - can only be accessed through these pages, while other data are accessible from different areas of the Bureau's web site.
| Climate Kelpie|
The Climate Kelpie website is designed to give Australian farmers and rural advisers easy access to tools and information about the weather and climate.
|Climate Online Databases|
Online database related to climate.
| Code of Practice for the Supply and Use of Veterinary Chemical Products (DPIPWE)|
A number of codes and guidelines prescribe responsibilities and minimum standards for users of agricultural chemical products in Tasmania.
| Common White Snail - Fact Sheet (FactsheetCommonwhitesnail.pdf 357 KB)|
| Common White Snail in Tasmania|
Latest developments and information on the White Snail outbreak that has been reported on Tasmanian properties.
| Commonwealth Ombudsman|
The Commonwealth Ombudsman deals with complaints about Commonwealth Government departments and agencies.
|Community Groups and Information|
Links to community groups and information on their resources and programs.
| Community Water Quality - sampling protocols and standards (DPIPWE)|
A resource for local community groups to develop water quality monitoring protocols that follow International, National and State standards.
|Community & Health|
Rural and regional communities have particular needs. There is a range of programs available that build self-reliance and provide support to rural communities.
|Conservation and resource management online databases|
Online databases related to Conservation and Resource Management.
| Considering organic opportunties (Considering-organic-opportunities.pdf 259 KB)|
| Conversations Matter - a practical online resource to support safe and effective community discussions about suicide.|
A range of practical resources relevant for individuals, families, community groups, workplaces and educational settings are available.
| Core Historical Literature of Agriculture |
A core electronic collection of agricultural texts published between the early nineteenth century and the middle to late twentieth century. Full-text materials cover agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, animal science, crops and their protection, food science, forestry, human nutrition, rural sociology and soil science.
| Cost of production beef, lamb & goat (MLA)|
An interactive, 'do-it-yourself' tool to help livestock producers calculate costs of production.
Information on state and national counselling services available to Tasmanian farmers.
| Countdown Downunder|
Countdown offers a clear path forward in the complex control of Mastitis.
CowTime can help farmers improve their milk harvesting process by showing how to spend less time in the dairy, save money on labour or decide on the dairy improvements that are right for your circumstances.
| Cradle Coast NRM - property management land projects|
Property management plans in the Cradle Coast NRM region.
| CRC for plant based management of dryland salinity|
This is the home page of the CRC for Plant-Based Management of Dryland Salinity. Here you can find information in the form of news, publications, research and much more...
| Crop Care material safety data sheets|
Provides material safety data sheets and information on Crop Care (NuFarm) products.
| Crop explorer|
Explore world commodity production and markets by region and have access to agricultural news on an international scale.
| Crop GM (Crop_GMs_Low_Rainfall_Sep_08.xls 584 KB)|
Template for farmers
|Crop Production Tools|
Tools to assist crop production, protection and forward palnning
| Crop Protection Permits and Regulations (DPIPWE)|
Crop Protection Permits (CPP) are issued to landowners and land managers who need to control or prevent browsing damage by wildlife species.
|Crops & Pastures|
Information about crops
| CSIRO - Gene technology in Australia|
This site aims to explain the science of gene technology, and describe what Australian scientists are doing. It also covers some aspects of the public debate on gene technology.
| CSIRO Food and Agriculture |
Delivering increased and sustainable food production to enhance the economy, reduce disease and deliver improved health and wellbeing.
| CSIRO publications|
Browse and order from the full list of CSIRO publications.
| Current rainfall deficiencies (Bureau of Meteorology)|
Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) site covering current rainfall deficiencies recorded across Australia.
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