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About FarmPoint100648What is FarmPoint and how can it help your farming business?28/07/2021 4:05:13 AMFarmPoint is an initiative of the Tasmanian State Government and is managed by the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE If you can’t find what you htmlFalseaspx
Animals100649Information about the animal livestock industries in Tasmania16/09/2020 2:50:50 AMLinks to the animal livestock industries in Tasmania Links (FarmPoint is not responsible for the content of the websites linked to below The link does not constitute any form of htmlFalseaspx
Business and Trade100650Information for business and trade relating to the farming sector in Tasmania24/06/2020 6:03:44 AMLinks for business and trade relating to the farming sector in Tasmania Market Opportunities Gross Margin Analysis Tools Tasmanian Agri-Food ScoreCard 2017-18 Tasmania's htmlFalseaspx
Community and Health100651Information and links relating to the community and health of producers across Tasmania16/12/2019 10:43:23 PMInformation and links relating to the community and health of producers across Tasmania htmlFalseaspx
Environment100652Links relating to environmental factors and their role in farming systems1/03/2021 3:07:55 AMLinks relating to environmental factors and their role in farming systems Links (FarmPoint is not responsible for the content of the websites linked to below htmlFalseaspx
Plants100653Links to various websites with information on plants16/12/2019 10:43:24 PMLinks to various websites with information on plants​, pests and weeds Links (FarmPoint is not responsible for the content of the websites linked to below htmlFalseaspx
Research, Training and Education, Employment 100654Information and links relating to research, training and education (including traineeships, apprenticeships and scholarships) and employment in the Tasmanian and Australian agricultural industries.​​11/01/2021 10:06:26 PMInformation and links relating to research, training and education  (including traineeships, apprenticeships and scholarships) and employment in the Tasmanian and Australian htmlFalseaspx
Items of Interest10065518/10/2019 5:19:58 AMAgriFutures Rural Women's Award online Q&A sessions AgriFutures will be hosting a series of lunchtime Q&A sessions covering eligibility criteria, application process and any htmlFalseaspx
Contact us100656Farmpoint contact details26/03/2019 2:57:25 AMPhone: 1300 292 292 (statewide local call fee Postal Address: Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, PO Box 46, Kings Meadows, TAS 7249 htmlFalseaspx
Feedback100657Send an email message to us28/03/2019 4:04:13 AMPlease use this form to make a comment or suggestion, ask a question, or report a problem If you have asked for an email response you can expect to hear from us within three htmlFalseaspx
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Events100659A listing of events that might be useful for your farming business17/09/2021 2:18:29 AMA listing of events that might be useful for your farming business All times are Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST Shearing shed and shearer safety awareness sessions  ​When htmlFalseaspx
Page not found16120225/03/2019 3:41:49 AMThe page you're looking for doesn't exist It might have been removed or is temporarily unavailable Check for a typo in the URL Go to the home page and look for links to the 15https://farmpoint.tas.gov.au/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Why wine 'smoke taint' concerns could be a thing of the past100539A wine grower in Tasmania's Huon Valley says he has found a way to remove smoke from tainted grapes and not lose a vintage.27/01/2020 10:40:43 PM wine grower in Tasmania's Huon Valley says he has found a way to remove smoke from tainted grapes and not lose a vintage In January last year, Hartzview Vineyard in Gardner's Bay htmlFalseaspx
Tasmanian leafy greens business going gangbusters100541Microgreens and baby salad crops are a big hit with chefs, keeping vegetable growers on their toes. 5/02/2020 1:15:02 AM leafy greens usually play second fiddle to the main course, but they pack a punch with flavour and nutrients Microgreens and baby salad crops are a big hit with chefs too, keeping htmlFalseaspx
Rain is on the forecast100542This past summer will always be remembered for bushfires, but in terms of temperatures and heatwaves, it was up there too.6/03/2020 5:16:19 AM past summer will always be remembered for bushfires, but in terms of temperatures and heatwaves, it was up there too But luckily for those still hanging out for rain there is more htmlFalseaspx
Coronavirus doesn't dent Australian farmers' confidence100543As the coronavirus pandemic spreads and global markets tumble, Australian farmers are experiencing a surge in confidence.17/03/2020 5:56:25 AM the coronavirus pandemic spreads and global markets tumble, Australian farmers are experiencing a surge in confidence A survey by agri-lender Rabobank, released today, has htmlFalseaspx
Supporting Local Tasmanian Producers100544#BuyTasmanianFirst It's time to get behind our Tasmanian producers as they face cancellation of events, dwindling orders from restaurants and closure of farmers markets.18/03/2020 11:18:41 PMIt's time to get behind our Tasmanian producers as they face cancellation of events, dwindling orders from restaurants and closure of farmers markets Many of them are taking their htmlFalseaspx
Meet the Woolgrower100545Meet the Woolgrower is a series of videos produced by AWI's Woolmark to promote wool around the world. 4/05/2020 11:09:28 PM the Woolgrower is a series of videos produced by AWI's Woolmark to promote wool around the world Tasmanian woolgrowers Georgie Wallace from Trefusis, and Charles Downie from htmlFalseaspx
Interpreting BOM forecasts100546Explanation on how to interpret Bureau of Meteorology forecasts.4/05/2020 11:33:19 PM would you interpret this Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) rainfall forecast There’s a 90% ‘Chance of any rain’, with ‘Possible rainfall’ of 4 to 8 mm The 'Chance of any rain' refers to htmlFalseaspx

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