The Quad Bike Safety Rebate Scheme is available to Tasmanian farmers to improve safety on quad bikes.
In broad terms, the role of IFAC is to provide strategic advice to the Minister on freshwater fisheries management and fisheries policy.
The Daly family say they are not "competition-enterers", so you might be able to imagine their surprise to find out they have been crowned Australia's Farmers of the Year.
The Australian Government has announced new safety standards for quad bikes
With the spring growing season upon us, all Tasmanians who have blueberry plants are encouraged to remain vigilant for the signs of blueberry rust.
Trying to shake the winter hangover? Well, you are not alone — honey bees crave the warmer weather and longer days too.
The Hodgman majority Liberal Government is getting on with the job, delivering a range of measures to help farmers and land owners better manage wild deer populations.
Backyard gardeners could face fines of almost $2,500 if they are not careful when covering their fruit trees with nets.
Welcome to Forcett, Tasmania's newest vineyard area, which is destined to become a big name in the Australian wine scene.
A Tasmanian garlic grower could face jail time after illegally importing more than 2,000 garlic bulbils from Canada and the United States that could have contained a devastating plant disease.
When tucking into a juicy eye-fillet steak, you might prefer to avoid considering the age of the animal you're eating.
The country's top emergency officials have today warned of the dangers of the impending bushfire season, imploring the public to make sure their disaster plans are ready.
Researchers want to mass-farm a native Queensland seaweed, which stops cows burping methane, in a bid to help cut the country's greenhouse gas emissions.
The trend of chefs foraging for wild bush foods is shifting towards cultivation
Just how much has Tasmania's climate changed over the past 100 years?
Lamb producers say they are very happy about changes to the way young sheep are classified as 'lambs' or the older and cheaper 'hogget' — they say it simplifies the system and makes everyone's life easier.
Cider sales across the nation have dropped by a whopping $22 million over the past two years, but boutique cider makers are fighting against the trend, using historic apple varieties to bring the sexy back into cider.
The rise of home renovation shows has helped glamorise DIY but take the cameras and personalities away and the situation is quite different — especially when it comes to tackling heritage buildings.
The Tasmanian Government Weeds Action Fund (WAF) is a ground-breaking fund with a total budget of $5 million over five years to tackle weeds that are impacting on valuable agricultural and environmental assets.
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On 28 May 2019, Biosecurity Tasmania declared by public notice changes to Import Requirements 10 and 46 of the Plant Biosecurity Manual Tasmania however; those regulatory changes do not come into effect until 27 July 2019. The changes have been brought into regulation to align with similar changes in regulation for these pests by all other States and Territories.