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Fatcow is a free online business directory listing Australian farming and agricultural businesses.  Fatcow was launched in July 2006 and currently has more than 6,000 Australian agricultural businesses listed.
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Carbon Farmers of Australia is a not-for-profit company that helps farmers enter the carbon markets, allowing farming in a way that reduces greenhouse gas emissions or captures and holds carbon in vegetation and soils. The company has been recognised ...
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The next generation of dieselgas has arrived. Utilising the latest sequential vapour injection technology, the DieselGas Sequent Systems family delivers even more power with greater fuel savings than ever before.
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Carbon Conscious Ltd is an Australian company producing carbon credits through 'carbon farming' - the planting of Mallee Eucalypt trees in Australia's wheatbelt region.This is achieved through the Carbon Capture Program™ and involves partnering ...
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While the methodology deals specifically with pork production, it could be adapted for use across a range of livestock industries
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22/06/12 - The Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency has outlined a new offsets methodology that may allow livestock producers to earn carbon credits by reducing methane emissions.
Carbon Farming Initiative Legislation
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19/09/11 - Carbon Farmers of Australia will be holding a Conference in celebration following the passing of the Carbon Farming Initiative Legislation.
Carbon Farmers of Australia Celebrates 6 Years of Carbon Farming Initiative
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31/08/11 - Carbon Farmers of Australia celebrates their successful 6 years campaigning of the Carbon Farming Initiative legislation.
Landcare facilitators to play key role in Carbon Farming Initiative
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27/01/11 - The Gillard Government has announced further consultations with farmers and landholders on the Carbon Farming Initiative.

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