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Box trailers with stock crates from Southwest Trailers
Southwest Trailers
Box Trailers With Stock Crates designed for large volume transportation
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Box Trailers With Stock Crates and Portable Yards from Southwest Trailers
Southwest Trailers
Box trailers with integrated stock crates and portable yards
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Livestock Handling and Agricultural Equipment from Commander Ag-Quip
Commander Ag-Quip Innovative Farm Equipment
Commander Ag-Quip have an extensive range of sheep, cattle and grain handling equipment.
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Stable Fit-out for your Barn, Arena, or Shed by Trusteel Fabrications
Trusteel Fabrications
Trusteel have a range of speciality designed, pre-sized and manufactured stables.
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Timber Posts and Rails made from Australian Hardwoods From Norwood Products
Norwood Products
Norwood's timber posts and rail fencing are sourced from sustainable forest plantations, are structurally sound, durable and look good.
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Galvanised Horse Riding Arenas
Trusteel Fabrications
Horse riding areas ensure animals and students are kept safe.
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Southwest Trailers
Southwest Trailers was established in 2002 and is located in the industrial park of Bomen, Wagga Wagga. Southwest Trailers builds high quality trailers to customer specifications and supplies local tradesmen, primary producers, local councils, SES and ...
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Australian Quarter Horse Association
The Australian Quarter Horse Association was incorporated in 1972 and is committed to preserving the breed through registration guidelines and record keeping, while serving each of its Members.
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Morgan Horse Association of Australia Inc
The Morgan Horse Association of Australia Inc. (MHAA) is dedicated to encouraging and promoting interest in, and the breeding and use of Morgan horses, while educating and training members, juniors and officials for the various activities of the ...
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Wild Horse Australia offer a range of horse rugs, each with its own benefits.
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The Aitken family has been in the saddlery industry for over 20 years. Through their extensive knowledge they have accrued a large variety of products to help both the horse and rider to achieve their goals together.
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Hats by the Hundred have been in the Australian outback hat business since 1984. We offer a wide choice hats from manufacturers that include Akubra, Rm Williams, Drizabone, Tilley Hats, Helen Kaminski, Barmah Leather hats, Jacaru Hats.
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Hydor is a specialist in ventilation and air movement, offering a complete range of products for horticultural, agricultural and industrial applications. Established in the United Kingdom in 1963, the Hydor name is synonymous with the very best in fan ...
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Livestock handling equipment, sstock grids, stock crushes, loading ramps, portable and permanent cattle and sheep yards and races.
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Bison Engineering specialises in agricultural machinery, including crop rollers, weedwipers and trailers. Bison also carries an extensive range of trailer parts/bolts and nuts, bearings and housings and workshop tools. Trailers ...
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Shed Erector provide reliable shed erecting services, with years of experience in commercial and residential shed building.
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Muddy Creek Rain Gear specialise in lightweight, waterproof and breathable Riding Raincoats, long coats, mid length and short coats. Muddy Creek Rain Gear also provides Horse Rugs and Gear, Waterproof Pants, Chaps, Cantle Bags, Dog Coats, Gloves and ...
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Global agriculture study finds developing countries most threatened by invasive pest species
Editorial
20/06/16 - As the world becomes more connected, invasive species are spreading further. While these species pose threats to our ecosystems.
Insect larvae reccomended for animal feed
Editorial
16/05/16 - Insect larvae reared on manure should be used in animal feed as a "priority", according to the European Commission.
Fonterra axes 30 jobs from Hamilton Canpac plant
Editorial
08/05/16 - There is sadness among workers as Fonterra cuts 30 jobs from its Hamilton packaging facility Canpac.
NSW irrigators benefit from further funding for water use efficiency
Editorial
05/05/16 - Irrigators in NSW can now apply for a share of $111 million in funding to upgrade and modernise their on-farm water infrastructure
Operation Hayride targeting dangerous imported food products closes
Editorial
02/05/16 - Operation Hayride targeted prohibited food items unlawfully imported from South Korea during an outbreak of Foot-and-mouth (FMD) disease, resulting in 12
Cleaning up Australia's Waterways
Editorial
01/05/16 - The Australian Government is set to launch a national approach to eradicate Australia's worst freshwater aquatic pest: the common carp.
Australians add Alpaca to the menu
Editorial
25/04/16 - Global think-tanks have increasingly pushed for a sustainable food economy, moving towards consuming alpaca meat.
Pallet Caps and Bags
Supplier news
17/04/16 - Pallet Caps and Pallet Bags are used for protecting palletised goods from dust, dirt or rain, whilst being stored or transported.
Extreme-Duty Rotary Gear Pump -GormanRupp GHA
Editorial
31/03/16 - The Gorman-Rupp GHA Series rotary gear pump is suitable for liquids such as paint, ink, fish soluble, titanium dioxide, wax, diatomaceous earth
'Reverse Strawberry' hits Australian shores
Editorial
28/03/16 - A 'reverse strawberry' with white flesh and red seeds has been released onto the Australian nursery market and could eventually make its way to shelves.
Monsanto's Fraley on Staying Ahead in Agtech Innovation
Editorial
17/03/16 - Representatives from four of the world's biggest agribusinesses gathered yesterday at the World Agri-Tech Investment Summit.
Cattle program demonstrates benefits of Australia-Indonesia economic cooperation
Editorial
17/03/16 - Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Barnaby Joyce, has welcomed Indonesian Minister for Trade.

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