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| Dairy Australia|
Dairy Australia delivers the services needed by the Australian dairy industry for its ongoing and future development as a competitive, innovative and sustainable dairy industry that contributes to the overall prosperity of Australian and regional economies.
| Dairy Australia - markets & trade |
Provides dairy industry market and trade information including farmgate prices, export opportunities and market outlooks.
| Dairy Australia - student information|
Discover Dairy is an interactive website to help primary school students discover dairy for a healthy life.
|Dairy Effluent Guidelines (DPIPWE)|
Dairy effluent is a useful resource with value as a fertiliser and soil conditioner, but there are guidelines that must be followed to ensure health and safety of livestock and workers.
|Dairy farmers' relocation to lush Tasmania from dry Victoria a success for three young families|
A southern migration from Victoria to Tasmania has proven a sound choice, helping a trio of dairy farmers flourish.
Dairy information for Tasmania.
| Dairying for Tomorrow|
A national strategy for the dairy industry to work with community partners, to sustain its natural resources.
DairyTas is the Tasmanian service delivery arm of Dairy Australia. The aim is to identify, prioritise, promote, facilitate and leverage opportunities for research, development and extension activities in the Tasmanian dairy industry.
Dairyweb is a web-based communications solution that enables dairy organisations to improve their communications with dairy farmers. Dairyweb provides a range of services and tools that enable organisations to streamline their communications with their milk suppliers and for dairy farmers to conveniently access important business information.
| Dam works permit guidelines (DPIPWE)|
These Guidelines provide advice for obtaining a dam permit under the Water Management Act 1999.
|Dams and Dam Permits|
Under the Water Management Act 1999, a dam permit is generally required for all dams. There are some exceptions.
| Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (Aust Gov)|
The Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources develops and implements policies and programmes to ensure Australia's agricultural, fisheries, food and forestry industries remain competitive, profitable and sustainable.
| Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (Aust Gov)|
Provides informaiton on cutting greenhouse emmisions and provides a whole of government approach to climate change and greenhouse matters.
| Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) - Tasmanian Office|
Contact details for the Tasmanian Office of DFAT.
| Department of Human Services (formerly Centrelink)|
The Department of Human Services (formerly Centrelink), is the Australian Government agency assisting people in need.
| Department of Infrastructure and Transport|
The Department plays a key role by assisting regions to manage their own futures through its programs and policy development.
A comprehensive resource of information, help and support for those living with depression, their families and friends.
| Dept of Agriculture and Food (WA)|
DAFWA drives the economic development of the agriculture and food sector in Western Australia, with a focus on export-led growth.
| Dept of Agriculture news (Aust Gov)|
Latest news from the Australian Government's Department of Agriculture.
| Dept of Economic Development|
The Department of Economic Development helps Tasmanian businesses and targeted industry sectors to develop and thrive.
| Dept of Health and Human Services|
Information about the agency including projects, initiatives and latest news.
| Dept of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources (DIER)|
Oversees transport, racing, forests, mineral resources and energy.
| Dept of Primary Industries (NSW)|
Includes news, articles and information on agriculture from the NSW government.
| Dept of Primary Industries (Vic)|
Information on primary industries sector in Victoria.
| Dept of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (Tasmania)|
The Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE) manages Tasmania's natural resources - air, land, water, plants and animals.
| Dept. of Primary Industries and Regions (SA)|
PIRSA plays a key role in contributing to the sustainable planning and development of South Australia’s natural, industrial and community assets.
|Detecting Liver Fluke|
Sheep and cattle producers are offered free on-farm liver fluke testing during autumn.
|Devastating drought set to impact Illawarra's last remaining commercial apple and stone fruit orchard|
As the drought tightens its grip on farmers across New South Wales, dormant apple and stone fruit trees in the Illawarra are about to wake up — and they will be thirsty for water.
| Dial Before you Dig|
A free referral service for information on underground pipes and cables anywhere in Australia.
| Dictionaries online|
State Library Tasmania listing of online dictionaries
| Digital wool information - 'WoolQ'|
'WoolQ, (formerly known as the Wool Exchange Portal), has been created after three years of consultation and discussion in response to industry demand for a centralised digital information platform.
|Diversifying into vegetables is working well for one north west dairy farmer|
A north west farming family is responding to increased interstate demand for their vegetables thanks to grant money offered after the closure of the Edith Creek milk factory last year.
| Dorper Sheep Society of Australia|
Dorper Sheep Society of Australia homepage.
| Dow Agrosciences material safety data sheets|
Provides material safety data sheets and information on Dow Agrosciences products.
| Drivers' Licences in Tasmania|
Information on Driver Licences in Tasmania
| Drought - Exceptional Circumstances (csiro-bom-report-future-droughts.pdf 1832 KB)|
Joint CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology Report on changing climate
|Drought and ageing populations dwindle rural fire brigades ahead of bushfire season|
Rural New South Wales communities are struggling to attract volunteer firefighters ahead of what is expected to be a serious fire season.
| Drought and Rural Assistance (Aust Gov)|
Information about drought and rural assistance programs provided by the Australian Government.
| Drought assistance ( 0 KB)|
| Drought assistance summary ( 0 KB)|
|Drought bites in the east as ABARES forecasts 12pc cut to grain production|
A rough winter for grain growers on the east coast has led the Australian government commodity forecaster, ABARES, to predict a 12 per cent drop in winter grain production from last year's total.
|Drought conditions in Australia spread north as Indonesia feels the bite of the big dry|
The drought in Australia is having an impact on its neighbours, with 5 million people in Indonesia suffering from an extended dry season.
| Drought Evaluation Report (Tasmanian_Drought_Evaluation_Report_Final2011.pdf 1298 KB)|
Tasmanian Drought Evaluation Report (2011)
| Drought lot project newsletter Feb 2008 (Droughtlot-NewsletterFeb2008e-mail.pdf 861 KB)|
Newsletter for the sheep drought lot project
| Drought network contact list ( 0 KB)|
flyer with contact list for dnt
| Drought Quick Reference Guide (Drought_Info_Ref_Guide4.pdf 77 KB)|
A quick reference guide to drought assistance available to Tasmanian farmersz, individuals and communitites.
| Drought recovery options - utilising vacant DSE capacity|
Provides information on herd and flock rebuilding, grain, graze or cropping, trading stock or agistment and key considerations for recovery.
| Drought tools (MLA)|
Here you will find some useful information that may help you manage your animals and pastures through the dry times.
|Drought, Bushfires & Emergencies|
Links to useful information on drought and other emergencies, including bushfires and animal disease outbreaks.
drumMUSTER is the national program for the collection and recycling of empty, cleaned, non returnable crop production and on-farm animal health chemical containers.
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