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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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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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Chemcert Queensland provide AgVet chemical users with knowledge and skills to apply these chemicals safely, reducing risks to themselves and agricultural products.
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Meat & Livestock Australia provide marketing, research and development livestock services specialising in cattle, sheep and goat producers .   Meat & Livestock Australia also provide a wide range of livestock services such as meat and farm ...
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ChemCert WA provides accreditation training in Western Australia to raise skills, knowledge and competence of people who use agricultural and veterinary chemicals in the production of food and fibre or to manage pests and weeds in the broader environment.
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By allowing operators to distribute chemicals from inside a tractor cab, the Safe Scrub Sprayer significantly reduces the risk of chemical exposure
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14/02/12 - 15 year old Irish school student Marie Ní Mháirtín has created a new design for a tractor weedkiller sprayer that promises to significantly reduce the risk of chemical exposure for farm workers.
Permits sought for bee pest control products
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07/04/11 - When fighting one of the most devastating bee pests on the planet, it’s important to have as many weapons available as possible.
Agricultural pesticides used in Australia have been linked to ADHD
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02/09/10 - A new study out of the United States has found links between agricultural pesticides used in Australia and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Plague locust control will require sound pesticide risk management
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27/08/10 - Meat & Livestock Australia highlights the need for farmers to exercise responsible pesticide risk management practises when dealing with imminent plague locust incursions.
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11/12/09 - ChemCert Queensland provide competency based training and assessment on pesticide usage safety that includes the three competencies required by the new Reef Regulation legislation.

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