$1 million Australian Government investment for the construction of wild dog exclusion fencing in Western Australia.
Waratah Rewards is back again for another year with new features and more rewards to redeem.
These New South Wales cropping operators have received huge productivity increases after erecting Waratah exclusion fencing on their boundaries which border the...
Funding is available to help bushfire-hit farmers rebuild boundary fencing bordering public lands in New South Wales.
South Australian saleyards and red meat processing facilities are being encouraged to apply for grants of up to $200,000 to purchase and...
The mixed cropping and livestock enterprise Wirrinourt at Lake Bolac has been transformed in recent years, and the results are outstanding.
Landholders, drought-declared local governments, industry bodies and natural resource management groups are invited to apply for another round of funding under the...
Keeping weeds down in crops is a high priority on most farms, yet herbicide resistance can quietly increase along fencelines.
Immediate tax deductions for fencing infrastructure and on-farm water storage for farmers doing it tough in the drought.
Get together with other fencing professionals for FENCiT’s first national conference.