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A recent National Workshop focusing on the future of wild deer in Australia has identified significant knowledge gaps that must be addressed to effectively manage this emerging national issue.
The proceedings from this workshop have been released today and outline key national wild deer research and innovation priorities within the four themes of impacts, management tools and systems, monitoring deer distribution and abundance, and community engagement
The United Dairyfarmers of Victoria has accused major retailers of hypocrisy for selling imported New Zealand cheese at $6 per kilogram, while continuing to voice public support for Australian farmers.
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The NSW Government has doubled the value of rebates available to farmers for quad bike safety measures, NSW Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation Matt Kean announced. The NSW Government’s Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program, introduced July 2016, gave farmers access to a one-off rebate to b...
The Department of Agriculture and Food in WA has started surveillance in commercial crops and backyard gardens in the Perth area, looking for signs of a new vegetable pest. Department Acting Chief Plant Protection Officer Sonya Broughton said officers were working with the horticulture industry to r...