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Lotsmore Hay and Straw are a family run business and have been involved in the fodder industry for 12 years, providing quality hay and silage for both beef and dairy industries.
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Ausgold Hay are producers of high quality round and square hay bales for various applications.
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Clearfields Contracting offers a range of reliable services from rock removal and land clearing to agricultral contracting and property maintenance.
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Jenharwill Baling is based near Elmore Victoria, cropping around 3,600 ha each year and operating an integrated hay contracting and marketing business.
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Southwest Hay Supplies are a family owned and operated business dedicated to growing and supplying quality irrigated hay from farms in the St George district of Southwest Queensland. We produce quality irrigated hay for your animals' nutritional needs.
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Three Rivers Co-Operative is owned and operated by 22 members who are professional hay producers, since inception in 2001. Three Rivers is managed by a four member Board and a full time sales team. Whether you are in the market for quality lucerne hay, ...
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Mclean Contracting offer Farm Contracting Services.
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Fitzroy silage aims to deliver unparalleled high quality round bale silage for sale or cattle backgrounding and finishing services on property at Jandara, Central Queensland.
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Glenbrae offer a range of agricultural contracting and hay transport services, specialising in hay cartage.
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Nick Gray Transport and Logistics are capable of shifting large quantities of Hay/Straw and Grain to any location. They are a proven and reliable transport business which is why they are currently one of Foster’s Wines Estates main transport ...
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Hay Sales Direct grows and sells Lucerne Hay,Oaten Hay,Millet Hay,Sorghum Hay,Meadow Hay,Grass Hay,Mulch
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10/02/09 - With the world economy unstable and dairy prices reduced in many Australian areas recently, farmers are looking for equipment that offers value for money and the best possible levels of productivity, says Case IH Marketing Manager Stuart Brown.

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