We know accessing good quality and relevant farm production and business information online can be difficult. So, we’ve started to build a library to make it quicker and easier to find the information you need, all in one place.

The AgLibrary provides a one-stop online farming resource hub for the Australian agricultural industry. Containing pre-populated information toolkits, farmers from all across Australia and across different industry specialisations can browse relevant content from their desktop, phone or tablet.

The AgLibrary has been developed for farmers, farm staff, students and aspiring farmers that want to continually grow their knowledge base, but don’t have the time to be searching endlessly on Google for what they are looking for.

If you see something useful but don’t have time to investigate further right now, you can save it for later. By signing up to a Free Farm Table Membership you can bookmark favourite resources from across the Farm Table. Get signed up today!

We acknowledge that the farm library does not currently cover all facets of primary industries. We are working on building the AgLibrary and appreciate your patience. Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Head across to the Farmer Exchange and ask our peer-to-peer network of producers from across Australia.

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