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Solar Powered Electric Fencing for your farm or property from Daken
Daken
Solar powered electric fences are perfect for areas that are without electricity. They are made from long wearing solar components.
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Remotely Monitor with uSee Cameras by Harrington Systems
Harrington Systems Electronics
Solar Powered or 240V, portable Remote Monitoring Cameras and tank levels. Pictures and data can be viewed from anywhere in the world via the internet.
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Dwyer Aviation Services is Northern Australia's top helicopter aerial work specialist and has been proudly servicing its clients since 1980.
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Daken is committed to quality and service to rural Australia in manufacturing, importing and distributing a wide range of farm equipment. Our product range is inclusive of tractor implements, hay making equipment, electric fencing and animal ...
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Webcot is a unique and specialised Company, dedicated to the rural industry and its components. Webcot's focus is on the supply of high quality products to service environmental health issues, including rodent control, feral animal control and grain ...
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Castledren specialises in feral animal management services around the Australian territory. The company provides advice for private and rural land owners and government and design an animal control program specifically for each case.
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Harrington Systems Electronics manufacture a range of electronic products such as uSee Remote Monitoring, uSee Camera, uSee Satellite, uSee Tank Level and The Pipe Reader- NLIS Tag Reader.  Based in Olga Downs, North West Queensland. 
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Pest animal costs to Australian agriculture on the rise
Editorial
29/10/17 - The cost of rabbits, wild dogs, foxes, feral pigs and other vertebrate pests on Australian agriculture is now as high as $797 million per year.
Think big and work together to combat invasive pests and weeds​
Editorial
17/09/17 - ​The research institute leading the way in pest animal and weed research and development has received a new name and $20 million in funding
Setting sights on feral pigs and weeds in WA
Editorial
22/07/17 - Farmers will be able to better manage the impacts feral pigs and weeds have on their properties, with a $444,000 investment from the Government.

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