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RAMping Up Repro™ - GULGONG
RAMping Up Repro (RUR) is a hands-on workshop focussed on improving ram performance and working longevity in commercial sheep enterprises. The workshop is designed increase ...

Thursday, June 07, 2018 at 09:00 (AEST)

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Upcoming Events

Outback to the Future - FLOWLERS GAP RESEARCH STATION
Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 10:00 (ACST)

See cutting edge technologies and practices that can be integrated into farm operations. Covering livestock management and natural resource topics to improve land producvtivity and resilience. The event will also look at future research and consid...

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1080 and Pindone training - BEGA
Friday, May 11, 2018 at 09:00 (AEST)

Land managers wanting to use 1080 or Pindone to control pest animals such as foxes and rabbits, that do not have a current AQF3 certificate should attend this course, or an AFQ3 course to allow them to legally use these baits on their properties.

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Staying Ahead of the Game - BREWARRINA
Tuesday, May 08, 2018 at 10:00 (AEST)

This workshop will be highly valuable for landholders in the Bourke region.

Presentations from a variety of speakers will be on:
-Q Fever and other zoonotic diseases
-Preventing and reporting rural crime
-Update from the Western NSW Kangaroo Managem...

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Staying Ahead of the Game - BOURKE
Monday, May 07, 2018 at 10:00 (AEST)

This workshop will be highly valuable for landholders in the Bourke region.

Presentations from a variety of speakers will be on:
-Q Fever and other zoonotic diseases
-Preventing and reporting rural crime
-Update from the Western NSW Kangaroo Manage...

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Tocal Field Days - TOCAL
Friday, May 04, 2018 at 09:00 (AEST)

The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) Tocal College at Paterson will showcase today’s farming at the Tocal Field Days held on 4 - 6 May, celebrating the 35th year of this regional flagship event.
The event has earned the reputation for bei...

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1080 and Pindone training - WINGHAM
Friday, May 04, 2018 at 09:00 (AEST)

Course participants will be trained and authorised to use 1080 for the control of wild dogs and foxes and Pindone for the control of rabbits. Requirements of the pesticide control order, such as distance restrictions and notifications, must be met...

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Pasture and Livestock Assessment Workshop - HOBBYS YARDS
Thursday, May 03, 2018 at 09:30 (AEST)

Please ensure your vehicle and boots are clean, free of soil and weed seeds. "Come Clean, Go Clean"

We look at how producers can monitor their feed availablility and livestock condition to maximise profit, improve animal welfare and mai...

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1080 and Pindone training - BOOROWA
Tuesday, May 01, 2018 at 16:00 (AEST)

Land managers wanting to use 1080 or Pindone baits to control pest animals, such as foxes and rabbits, that do not have a current AQF3 certificate should attend this course, or an AQF3 course to allow them to legally use these baits on their prope...

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Pasture & Livestock Assessment Workshop - KERRS CREEK
Tuesday, May 01, 2018 at 09:30 (AEST)

We look at how producers can monitor their feed availability and livestock condition to maximise profit, improve animal welfare and maintain ground cover.

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Droughtlot information - webinar recording and booklet

Webinar recording featuring Geoff Duddy speaking about confinement feeding sheep - what you need to know to get it right - plus a link to the managing sheep in droughtlots publication.
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