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| taking stock flyer (taking_stock_consultations_flyer.pdf 110 KB)|
dairy assistance package - taking stock flyer 2009
|Tamar Action Grants Information Sessions |
The $10M Tamar Action Grants can help interested and eligible farmers keep stock out of waterways in a bid to improve water quality.
| Tas carbon comparisons (Tasmanian_Carbon_Comparisons_Fact_Sheet.pdf 814 KB)|
Tas carbon comparisons fact sheet
| Tasmania's Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines|
Contains information on the Tasmanian standards for the welfare of livestock.
| Tasmania's Economic Development Plan (Food and Agriculture)|
The State Government has a vision for Tasmania to substantially increase its food and agriculture production and become a major supplier of the nation’s premium food products.
|Tasmania's import risk analysis framework (July 2010)|
Risk Analysis Framework (RAF) explains the process that DPIPWE uses to assess the pest and disease risks of imports, and identify suitable risk management options. The RAF will help ensure Tasmania' s Appropriate Level of Protection is met in ways that are defensible, transparent, effective and consistent with our legal obligations for regulating trade and travel to minimise biosecurity risk.
| Tasmania Fire Service|
The Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) was created through the amalgamation of the State Fire Authority, the Rural Fires Board and 22 urban fire brigade boards.
| Tasmania Online|
Provides aasy access to all Tasmanian Government services including tenders, jobs, goverment organisanisations and the government directory.
|Tasmania poised to declare victory in war against carp|
A 25-year battle to eradicate European carp from Tasmanian lakes is coming to an end, with less than 20 of the pest fish remaining.
| Tasmania Police|
The Department of Police, Fire and Emergency Management provides policing and emergency management services to the Tasmanian community. The Department includes Tasmania Police, State Emergency Service (SES), Forensic Science Service Tasmania (FSST) and the Tasmania Fire Service (TFS).
| Tasmanian Agricultural Education Network|
The newsletter of the Network, connecting Tasmanian schools providing agricultural education programs.
| Tasmanian Animal Welfare Act (1993)|
Summary of the Tasmanian Animal Welfare Act (1993) and Regulations
| Tasmanian Biosecurity Advisories|
Biosecurity Tasmania Enews – a quarterly summary of biosecurity issues of relevance to Tasmania; alerts to any significant new disease, pest or weed risk and; advice of any significant changes to biosecurity legislation, protocols or other requirements (ie quarantine rules, animal or plant health legislation, animal welfare legislation etc)
| Tasmanian Biosecurity Strategy Flyer 2013-17 (TBSflyerJuly2013.pdf 412 KB)|
The Tasmanian Biosecurity Strategy for 2013-17 was launched a few months ago. The strategy is summarised in this flyer.
| Tasmanian Bushcare Toolkit|
The Toolkit provides landowners and community groups with a comprehensive guide to the management and conservation needs of native bush. The toolkit covers a wide variety of topics including bush on your farm, different vegetation types, threatened species, revegetation and weed management.
| Tasmanian Climate Change Office (Dept of Premier and Cabinet)|
The Tasmanian Climate Change Office (TCCO), leads the State Government’s response to the challenges and opportunities of a changing climate.
| Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumour Disease|
Information on the disease and how it affects Tasmanian Devils.
|Tasmanian Drought Evaluation Report (2011)|
The Tasmanian Drought Evaluation Project evaluated a range of government initiatives that were used to assist drought affected communities in Tasmania. It provides recommendations for the design and implementation of future government and non-government support initiatives.
| Tasmanian Drought Map (Tas_Drought_Map_16_8_2007_V5.pdf 340 KB)|
Latest tasmanian drought map
| Tasmanian Export Awards|
The Export Awards provide tangible rewards and recognition for the endeavour, tenacity and entrepreneurial spirit of Tasmania’s growing number of exporters.
| Tasmanian Farm Energy Self Audit Tool (Tasmanian_Farm_Energy_Self_Audit_Tool.pdf 808 KB)|
Farm energy self audit tool for Tasmanian farmers.
| Tasmanian Farmers & Graziers Association (TFGA)|
The Tasmanian Farmers & Graziers Association (TFGA) is the peak body representing the interests of Tasmanian farmers and has about 5,000 members.
| Tasmanian Food and Beverage Industry ScoreCards|
These statistics are produced and updated by the Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE).
| Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme|
Provides assistance to shippers of eligible goods, transported by sea between Tasmania and the Australian mainland, with the aim of reducing the freight cost disadvantage imposed by Bass Strait.
| Tasmanian Gene Technology Policy (2014-19)|
Provides information on the moratorium on commercial release of GMOs in Tasmania.
| Tasmanian Government Public Notices (Public Info)|
A Tasmanian Government website listing public notices.
|Tasmanian Government websites|
Links to Tasmanian Government websites.
| Tasmanian Government websites|
Tasmania Online is a State Library of Tasmania listing of all Tasmanian web sites.
| Tasmanian Herbarium|
The Tasmanian Herbarium forms a part of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. This site provides information about the Tasmanian Herbarium and accesses the Tasmanian Vascular Plant Census, a database of vascular plants (including weeds) recorded from Tasmania.
| Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA)|
The Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA) is a joint venture between the University of Tasmania (UTas) and the Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE). Working closely with industry, the Institute undertakes research and development programs designed to address agricultural productivity, safe food production, social and natural resource management issues.
| Tasmanian Irrigation|
Tasmanian Irrigation Pty Ltd was established on 1 July 2011 as a State-owned company. It was created to merge the responsibilities of the former Rivers and Water Supply Commission and the RWSC's two subsidiaries, Tasmanian Irrigation Development Board Pty Ltd and Tasmanian Irrigation Schemes Pty Ltd.
| Tasmanian Legislation |
Coverage: Free public access to Tasmanian current and point-in-time legislation.
|Tasmanian Local Government websites|
Tasmanian local government (council) information and websites.
| Tasmanian Local Government websites|
List of Tasmanian Local Government websites
| Tasmanian Online Access Centres|
Provides a list of all online access centres, their hours of operation and contact details.
| Tasmanian Rural Industry Facts and Figures|
Facts and Figures on rural and related industries in Tasmania, prepared and updated by DPIPWE staff.
| Tasmanian Salinity Strategy (2007)|
A strategic framework to guide activities and resourcing by Government, NRM regions and the wider community for salinity management in Tasmania.
| Tasmanian Threatened Species Kit (2003)|
A resource specifically designed for school students providing details on Tasmania's threatened species.
| Tasmanian Viticultural Soils and Geology Map|
The map 'Tasmanian Viticultural Soils and Geology' gives a broad overview of the seven major viticulturally relevant rock types in Tasmania.
| Tasmanian Weather Warnings Summary (BoM)|
The Bureau of Meteorology's current weather warnings for Tasmania.
| Tasmanian Women in Agriculture (TWiA)|
Tasmanian Women in Agriculture (TWiA) is a voluntary, non political, independent and grass roots organisation that recognises the needs and aspirations of people involved in agriculture, business and living in rural communities, in particular women and their families in Tasmania.
| TASMAP |
TASMAP is the Tasmanian Government's base mapping arm, supplying a wide range of topographic maps including series, national park and tourist maps, a comprehensive street atlas and other mapping products.
TasNetworks is a Tasmanian State Owned Corporation that supplies power from the generation source to homes and businesses through a network of transmission towers, substations and power lines.
Formed in 2013, TasTAFE is Tasmania’s largest public sector provider of vocational education and training.
| Tax deductions for landcare operations (ATO)|
Information on claiming tax deductions for landcare operations in Australia.
| Taxation assistance for farming areas affected by emergencies (ATO)|
The Australian Taxation Office can help farmers affected by drought or other emergencies, by providing more time to lodge tax returns etc.
|Tea farmers reveal the key to a perfect brew — and how they grow their award-winning product|
If you have ever had a bad experience with bitter green tea, the blame may lie in the way it has been brewed.
| Telephone directories|
State Library of Tasmania listing of the White Pages ® Directory, the Yellow Pages ® Directory and international telephone directories.
| Temple Grandin's Web Page (USA) |
Information on livestock behaviour and the design of livestock facilities.
| The Backyard pig (THE_BACKYARD_PIG.pdf 528 KB)|
The Backyard pig
| The Chicken Story (Release_of_Chicken_WBS.pdf 90 KB)|
A Kondinin Group guide to the poultry industry.
|The FarmPoint web portal|
The FarmPoint web portal has been developed as the website of choice for Tasmanian farmers.
|The future of farming in the era of climate change|
Seemingly relentless climate-related headlines paint a picture of an agricultural industry under siege.
| The LIST - (Land Information System Tasmania)|
The LIST (Land Information System Tasmania) is the primary source for Tasmanian land and resource information. It includes information on land titles, properties, valuation, mapping, surveying, natural resources including vegetation and threatened species, tenure and ortho (photo) imagery. The LIST also includes an internet based map viewer called LISTMap, which enables users to view and create maps and interrogate data from over 200 spatial datasets.
| The long paddock (Qld Govt)|
Provides decision-support information services to help clients better manage climatic risks and opportunities particularly those associated with the El Niño - Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phenomenon.
|The NLIS and National Vendor Declarations for livestock (September 2013)|
Tasmania has just seen its first formal prosecution of a producer in relation to the NLIS tagging of livestock.
| The Primary Industry Centre for Science Education|
The Primary Industry Centre for Science Education (PICSE) is a national collaboration between universities, their regional communities and local primary industries, to attract students into tertiary science and to increase the number of skilled professionals in agribusiness and research institutions. The industries targeted by PICSE are agriculture, aquaculture, ecology, horticulture, fisheries, water security, sustainability, climate change and the environment.
| The Red Book|
Red Book provides vehicle identification and pricing information.
| The Value of Biotechnology (Aust Gov)|
A review of the role of non-GM biotechnology in Australian agricultural productivity.
| Threatened Species in Tasmania|
Detailed resources on Tasmania's threatened species, including listing statements, recovery plans, nomination information and educational resources.
| Threatened Species RecoveryFund (Aust Govt)|
The Threatened Species Recovery Fund will support communities to actively protect Threatened Species, leverage additional investment, and assist with delivering on the Targets and Action Areas in the Threatened Species Strategy.
|Timely reminder about Acute Bovine Liver Disease (March 2018)|
Dairy farmers are being encouraged to be vigilant about an environmental disease that can affect cattle. The reminder comes as Biosecurity Tasmania confirmed a case of Acute Bovine Liver Disease on a property in the Derwent Valley.
|Tinder for cows is online dating for cattle breeders to find their stock's perfect match |
It is not just humans seeking love on Valentine's Day; a new matchmaking app is bringing cows together.
| Tips for hiring and keeping good staff (MLA)|
A national survey has provided clues on how to attract, motivate and retain good staff for livestock enterprises.
| Tips for Hobby Farmers and Smallholders in Tasmania|
Hobby farmers and smallholders have important roles in maintaining biosecurity in Tasmania’s primary industries. DPIPWE has a series of biosecurity pamphlets especially for this group of landholders.
|Tomato potato psyllid detection in Western Australia - what it means for Tasmania (February 2017)|
Tomato potato psyllid was detected in Western Australia at several properties near Perth, in early February 2017. This is the first detection of this pest in Australia.
| Trade and Transport of Calves (DPIPWE)|
Animal welfare guidelines for the trade and transport of calves, including bobby calves.
|Training Resources for Farmers|
Training resources and programs for Tasmanian farmers.
|Training, Education and Career Information |
Information on agricultural careers, youth networks, educational resources etc for students, teachers and schools.
|Training, Education & Recruitment|
Training and education programs for Tasmanian farmers.
| Transfering Water Licences and Allocations in Tasmania|
Under the Water Management Act 1999, water licences and allocations can be sold or transferred.
| Transport Licence Forms|
This site provides forms for a licence, an exemption, a duplicate of licence, or an application to drive a public passenger vehicle.
| Transport Registration Forms|
This site provides access to forms to register a vehicle, apply for a concession or exemption, transfer a registration and when nominating home garage address.
|Transport subsidies available to assist primary producers affected by Tasmanian bushfires 2018/19|
This fire season is a testing time for all Tasmanians, and the Tasmanian Government is working to provide practical help to those families and businesses directly affected by fires.
| Transport (links listed on Service Tasmania)|
Listing of links related to transport and farm vehicles.
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