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November 2019

AgForce SW & NAB Agribusiness Melbourne Cup Day – Charleville

November 5, 2019 @ 12:30 pm - January 7, 2020 @ 12:00 am
Central Warrego Race Club, Partridge Street
Charleville, Qld 4470 Australia
Free

Enjoy refreshments, sweeps & some great prizes on the day.

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Farm Business Fundamentals – Ellinbank

November 13 @ 10:00 am - November 20 @ 4:00 pm
Agriculture Victoria – Ellinbank, 1301 Hazeldean Road
Ellinbank, VIC 3821 Australia
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Free

Over 2 days a week apart this program provides participants with the skills and knowledge to set up and use good record keeping systems for farm financial and physical information, prepare an annual farm budget and create a balance sheet for their business. It will introduce Dairy Australias Standard Chart of Accounts, Dairy Farm Business Analysis fact sheets and the Dairy Cash Budgeting Tool.

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Practical Cattle Nutritional Management Workshop – Cave Creek Via Mataranka, NT

November 16 - November 17
Cave Creek, NT Cave Creek, NT 0851 Australia + Google Map
$385

The Practical cattle nutritional management workshop being held at Cave Creek Station near Mataranka, will be an ideal opportunity to train up staff prior to the start of the next season. Suited for all station staff through to head stockman level, everyone is welcome at this workshop. Topics being presented at the event include: Rumen function and digestion Nutrients cattle require and their function Water quality Plant groups and their nutritional value Assessing pasture quality and diet quality Assessing hay and feed…

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Red Meat 2019 And Meat & Livestock Australia AGM – Tamworth

November 18 @ 8:30 am - November 20 @ 8:30 pm
Tamworth Regional Entertainment Centre, Greg Norman Dr
Hillvue, NSW 2340 Australia
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Free

Red Meat is a flagship event for Australia’s red meat industry. It is open to all local and interstate producers and industry stakeholders, with a bumper program to showcase Australian beef, lamb and goatmeat and the very best of Tamworth. The program includes producer tours, the latest innovation and marketing insights, trade show and technology demonstrations, a business breakfast, unrivalled networking opportunities and the MLA Annual General Meeting.

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Phosphorus Management In Central Queensland – Gin Gin

November 18 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Wild Scotsman Motor Inn, 5 Mulgrave Street
Gin Gin, Qld 4671 Australia
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Free

The Phosphorus management in Central Queensland workshop will help you to manage phosphorus nutrition on your property by developing a management strategy. Topics covered in the workshop include: Identifying phosphorus deficient country Testing for deficiencies in cattle Phosphorus deficiency in breeders and growing steers Supplementing phosphorus in the most economical way The Phosphorus team: Rob Dixon, University of Queensland, is a ruminant nutritionist with many years of experience in northern productions systems, including the effects of phosphorus nutrition in breeders. Mick Sullivan, Beef Extension…

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Vertebrate Pesticide Training (Yass)

November 18 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Yass, NSW, 13 Mitchell St
Yass, NSW 2582 Australia
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$33

The training will cover: legislation and legal obligations baiting techniques toxicity storage transport how to reduce non-target exposure. The training course fee is $33.00. Upon successful completion your accreditation will be valid for five years.

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Regional Network Group Kyabram

November 18 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Blue Brick Hotel, 188/192 Allan St
Kyabram, Vic 3620 Australia
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Free

Regional network group meetings are an opportunity for people involved in the dairy industry to discuss what the short and long term issues theyre facing. The issues raised at these meetings are then discussed at our Regional Extension and Education Committee to assist Murray dairy and other key stakeholders in providing support through different extension and educational activities

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Phosphorus Management In Central Queensland – Calliope

November 19 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Calliope Bowls Club, 29 Drynan Drive
Calliope, Qld 4680 Australia
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Free

The Phosphorus management in Central Queensland workshop will help you to manage phosphorus nutrition on your property by developing a management strategy. Topics covered in the workshop include: Identifying phosphorus deficient country Testing for deficiencies in cattle Phosphorus deficiency in breeders and growing steers Supplementing phosphorus in the most economical way The Phosphorus team: Rob Dixon, University of Queensland, is a ruminant nutritionist with many years of experience in northern productions systems, including the effects of phosphorus nutrition in breeders. Mick Sullivan, Beef Extension…

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Turf SIAP Meeting – Sydney

November 19 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sydney, NSW Sydney, NSW Australia + Google Map
Free

The Turf Strategic Investment Advisory Panel meeting will be held in Sydney on 19 November 2019. The purpose of this meeting is to provide strategic advice on the investment of levy funds.

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Profitable Decision Making – Torrens Creek

November 19 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Exchange Hotel, Regent Street
Coen, Qld 4871 Australia
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Free

Join Department of Agriculture and Fisheries agricultural economists Vivian, Tim and Daisy to help you take the guess work out of your decision making and learn how to test the options available to your business to improve profitability. What you will get out of this workshop: Practical examples of how to test management options and how to get these answers for yourself When to sell and when to feed Optimum herd productivity Cost versus benefit analysis

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RCS KIT Field Day ‘McDonalds’ Thangool

November 19 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
McDonalds, Qld, Drumburle Road
Thangool, Qld 4716 Australia
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Free

RCS Facilitator James Barnet and hosts Brett and Pip Krafft invite you along to ‘McDonalds’ for a KIT day. KIT Field days are an opportunity for like-minded people to gather on a property to discuss topics relevant to that region and see firsthand how RCS principles are being applied in similar land types and production systems. Discussion Topics include: How to achieve herd impact with minimal cost How to restart the system coming out of a dry period with no…

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RCS KIT Field Day – Thangool QLD

November 19 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Thangool, Qld, McDonalds’, Drumburle Road
Thangool, Qld 4716 Australia
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Free

KIT Field days are an opportunity for like-minded people to gather on a property to discuss topics relevant to that region and see firsthand how RCS principles are being applied in similar land types and production systems. We encourage you to invite neighbours, staff, family and friends as everyone is welcome. Discussion Topics How to achieve herd impact with minimal cost How to restart the system coming out of a dry period with no feed Cost/price squeeze: relating the three secrets…

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Share Farming And Leasing Workshop – Alvie

November 19 @ 10:30 am - 2:00 pm
Clint and Brooke’s Farm, 85 Osheas Rd
Alvie, Vic 3249 Australia
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Free

Meet Clint Theodore and Brooke Lane, winners of the 2018 Share Farmers of the Year award at the Great South West Dairy Awards. Consultant John Mulvany will take a look at their progression through the industry, and what it has taken to get where they are. Will also discuss where to next for the young couple.

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DairySA Ladies Lunch (South East region) OB Flat (nr Mt Gambier)

November 19 @ 11:30 am - 3:00 pm
The Apple Farm, 77 Clarke Rd
Ob Flat, SA 5291 Australia
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$60

DairySA Ladies Lunch - a perfect opportunity to enjoy a delicious two course lunch and a drink, unwind amongst dairy community friends and colleagues, and share stories and experiences. Grab your group of friends and colleagues and register now for a great day out. $25 dairyfarmers and farm employees, $60 Service Providers and other industry members.

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Tablelands Electrical Safety – Potential Partners Brief (Atherton)

November 19 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Atherton Community Centre, 42 Mabel St
Atherton, Qld 4883 Australia
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Free

The Electrical Safety Office and Workplace Health and Safety Queensland would like to work with motivated partners to help the Tablelands community improve their electrical safety. Partners may include community groups, farming and industry groups, retailers, employers, safety champions, electricians, electrical retailers, schools, volunteers, unions, emergency services, government departments and anyone else who is motivated to participate. This briefing session will discuss the reasons for the project, what we’d like to achieve, options for how it could be delivered and…

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Rehabilitating Semi-Evergreen Vine Thicket At Mt Etna Caves NP With OGRES (Old Guys Restoring Ecosystems) – Rockhampton

November 19 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
FBA’s Flow Centre, 80 East St
Rockhampton, Qld 4700 Australia
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Free

Local volunteer group OGRES have been busy restoring endangered semi-evergreen vine thicket (SEVT) at Mount Etna National Park. With this project, and more than 20 years of experience planting local native species in CQ, under their belt, Steve Elson and John McCabe want to share their knowledge. Come along to this free workshop and learn practical rehabilitation strategies for SEVT in central Queensland. Learn: History of the site and rehabilitation approaches Site specific species selection Planting methodology Post-planting maintenance Fire…

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Regional Network Group Finley

November 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Finley Returned Soldiers Club, 63-67 Tocumwal St
Finley, 2713 Australia
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Free

Regional network group meetings are an opportunity for people involved in the dairy industry to discuss what the short and long term issues theyre facing.

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The Grazing for Profit™ School – Townsville

November 20 @ 8:00 am - November 26 @ 6:00 pm
Townsville, Qld Townsville, QLD 4810 + Google Map

The GrazingforProfit™ School is Australia’s longest running business school for the grazing industry. With over 5,500 graduates it is also the most attended management school conducted in rural Australia. The school provides a holistic insight into the many factors that affect your business including the impact of climate variability and market fluctuations and ways of taking control of your business by working in-sync with your resources. The program deals with each concept independently as well as integrating them to ensure the most…

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Phosphorus Management In Central Queensland – Rockhampton

November 20 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Dreamtime Cultural Centre, 703-751 Yaamba Rd
Parkhurst, Qld 4700 Australia
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Free

The Phosphorus management in Central Queensland workshop will help you to manage phosphorus nutrition on your property by developing a management strategy. Topics covered in the workshop include: Identifying phosphorus deficient country Testing for deficiencies in cattle Phosphorus deficiency in breeders and growing steers Supplementing phosphorus in the most economical way

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Somerset Embracing Digital Innovation In The Agriculture Sector Workshop – Kilcoy

November 20 @ 8:30 am - November 21 @ 4:00 pm
Kilcoy Information Centre, 41 Hope St
Kilcoy, Qld 4515 Australia
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Free

Embracing Digital Innovation in the Agricultural Sector is a two-day workshop designed to provide Queensland farmers/workers in the agriculture sector with the knowledge and confidence to implement agtech solutions to increase efficiency and productivity. Technology today - Think big, start small This session takes a look at the broad industry trends and challenges, macro (industry) and micro (individuals) benefits and opportunities of Smart Farming and digital transformation. Embracing technology has the potential to increase competitiveness and sustainability in their productions…

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Profitable Decision Making – Spyglass Station Via Charters Towers

November 20 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Spyglass, Qld, Lynd Highway
Charters Towers, Qld 4820 Australia
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Free

Join Department of Agriculture and Fisheries agricultural economists Vivian, Tim and Daisy to help you take the guess work out of your decision making and learn how to test the options available to your business to improve profitability. What you will get out of this workshop: Practical examples of how to test management options and how to get these answers for yourself When to sell and when to feed Optimum herd productivity Cost versus benefit analysis

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Fodder Shrub Drought Feeding Workshop (Purlewaugh Hall)

November 20 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Purlewaugh Hall , NSW Purlewaugh, NSW 2357 Australia + Google Map
Free

Thinking of supplementary feed options for your stock during the ongoing drought? Do shrubs on property help or hinder your feeding ration as an additional supplementary feed? Topics covered Central West drought tolerant forage species and their nutritional value Forage shrubs supplementary feeding and diet selection Benefits and limitations of shrubs for animal feeds eg. toxicities, management principles, alignment to animal feeding needs

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FPFP – MID: OFD 5 Managing Summer (Warragul)

November 20 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
GippsDairy, Unit 4/ 71 Korumburra Road
Warragul, VIC 3820 Australia
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Free

Managing Summer Learning Outcomes:  Manage grazing residuals to optimize persistence and autumn re-growth  Ensure that planned rations for summer meet cow requirements in the most cost effective way.

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Blayney Farmer Group

November 20 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Blayney Shire Community Centre, 41 Church St
Blayney, NSW 2799
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Free

Blayney farmer peer learning group meeting Learn about what local research is happening in your backyard and how you can speed up adoption of new technologies. A Local Land Services District Vet will also be talking about preventative management options for early weaning of livestock. The first 15 bookings will receive one free NIR feed test per business. The farmer peer learning groups are designed to enhance adoption of new and old innovation that help farmers prepare and manage market…

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Early Weaning Workshop – Uralla

November 21 @ 7:30 am - 11:00 am
Uralla Bowling Club, Queen St
Uralla, NSW 2358 Australia
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Free

With continued dry times predicted, early weaning is a management option that needs to be considered to improve the fat score, cows for joining or sale. Join Northern Tablelands Local Land Services to discuss some practical tips and benefits of adding early weaning to this year's management practices. Breakfast will be provided. Please RSVP to Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Livestock Officers, Tahnee Manton on 0438 600 473 or Max Newsome on 0427 007 190.

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Employment Basics Kyabram

November 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Blue Brick Hotel, 188/192 Allan St
Kyabram, Vic 3620 Australia
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Free

An introduction to employing people correctly in the dairy industry. How to apply key learnings to individual dairy farm businesses to ensure that the workforce is managed successfully and reducing risk to the business by being compliant.

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Dubbo Drought Smoko

November 21 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Central West Local Land Services, 96 Victoria St
Dubbo, NSW 2830 Australia
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Free

Primary producers are invited to come along to chat with our District Vet Sarah Maher to discuss any animal health or feeding questions. Events will be informal and a chance to speak with other producers and share ideas and experiences.

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Vertebrate Pesticide And Canid Pest Ejector Training (Berry)

November 21 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Local Land Services Office Berry, 13 Schofields Ln
Berry, NSW 2535 Australia
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$ 33

The VPT and CPE training will run back to back and will cover: legislation and legal obligations baiting techniques toxicity storage transport how to reduce non-target exposure.

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Phosphorus Management In Central Queensland – Marlborough

November 21 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Marlborough, Qld Marlborough, Qld 4705 Australia + Google Map
Free

The Phosphorus management in Central Queensland workshop will help you to manage phosphorus nutrition on your property by developing a management strategy. Topics covered in the workshop include: Identifying phosphorus deficient country Testing for deficiencies in cattle Phosphorus deficiency in breeders and growing steers Supplementing phosphorus in the most economical way The Phosphorus team: Rob Dixon, University of Queensland, is a ruminant nutritionist with many years of experience in northern productions systems, including the effects of phosphorus nutrition in breeders. Mick Sullivan, Beef Extension…

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Profitable Decision Making – Bowen

November 21 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
DAF Bowen – Research Facility, 45 Warwick Road
Bowen, Qld 4805 Australia
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Free

Join Department of Agriculture and Fisheries agricultural economists Vivian, Tim and Daisy to help you take the guess work out of your decision making and learn how to test the options available to your business to improve profitability. What you will get out of this workshop: Practical examples of how to test management options and how to get these answers for yourself When to sell and when to feed Optimum herd productivity Cost versus benefit analysis

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Western Dairy Springfield Day & AGM & ADF Roadshow – Busselton

November 21 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
City of Busselton, 2 Southern Dr
Busselton, WA 6280 Australia
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Free

Spring Forum and AGM taking place at the Undalup Room in Busselton, on Thursday November 21st 2019 Please see the flyer for full details.

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Fodder Shrub Drought Feeding Workshop (Kiacatoo Hall)

November 21 @ 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Kiacatoo Hall, NSW Kiacatoo, NSW 2877 Australia + Google Map
Free

Thinking of supplementary feed options for your stock during the ongoing drought? Do shrubs on your property help or hinder your feeding ration as an additional supplementary feed? Topics covered Central West drought tolerant forage species and their nutritional value Forage shrubs supplementary feeding and diet selection Benefits and limitations of shrubs for animal feeds eg. toxicities, management principles, alignment to animal feeding needs

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FPFP – WG: OFD 5 Managing Summer

November 21 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Free

Managing Summer Learning Outcomes: Manage grazing residuals to optimize persistence and autumn re-growth Ensure that planned rations for summer meet cow requirements in the most cost effective way.

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National Agriculture Day – Oatlands

November 21 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Callington Park, Esplanade
Oatlands, Tas 7120 Australia
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Free

Lets celebrate all things farming with this community event proudly brought to you by WFI, TFGA & Rural Bank! Each Australian Farmer provide 200 Australians and about 400 people around the globe with food and fibre, so to celebrate we are having a BBQ lunch with guest speaker David Skipper from TAP AgriCo.

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Early Weaning Workshop – Guyra

November 21 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Guyra Bowling Club, 192 Bradley St
Guyra, NSW 2365 Australia
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Free

With continued dry times predicted, early weaning is a management option that needs to be considered to improve the fat score of your cows for joining or sale. Join Northern Tablelands Local Land Services to discuss some practical tips and benefits of adding early weaning to this year's management practices. Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP to Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Livestock Officers, Tahnee Manton on 0438 600 473 or Max Newsome on 0427 007 190.

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Microbats In Mulgoa – Twilight Walk And Talk

November 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Winbourne Function Centre, 1315 Mulgoa Rd
Mulgoa, NSW 2745 Australia
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Free

Did you know? Eleven microbat species, four of which are threatened species, have been recorded in Mulgoa Australian microbats mostly feast on insects (not blood!) including pest species such as mosquitoes Microbats find their way through the dark using “echolocation”

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Early Weaning Workshop – Tenterfield

November 22 @ 7:30 am - 11:00 am
Tenterfield Golf Club, 169 Pelham Street
Tenterfield, NSW Australia
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Free

With continued dry times predicted, early weaning is a management option that needs to be considered to improve the fat score, cows for joining or sale. Join Northern Tablelands Local Land Services to discuss some practical tips and benefits of adding early weaning to this year's management practices. Breakfast will be provided. Please RSVP to Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Livestock Officers, Tahnee Manton on 0438 600 473 or Max Newsome on 0427 007 190.

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Phosphorus Management In Central Queensland – Sarina

November 22 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
RSL Club Sarina, 34 Central StreeT
Sarina, Qld 4737 Australia
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Free

The Phosphorus management in Central Queensland workshop will help you to manage phosphorus nutrition on your property by developing a management strategy. Topics covered in the workshop include: Identifying phosphorus deficient country Testing for deficiencies in cattle Phosphorus deficiency in breeders and growing steers Supplementing phosphorus in the most economical way The Phosphorus team: Rob Dixon, University of Queensland, is a ruminant nutritionist with many years of experience in northern productions systems, including the effects of phosphorus nutrition in breeders. Mick Sullivan, Beef Extension…

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Vertebrate Pesticide And Canid Pest Ejector Training (Sutton Forest)

November 22 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Sutton Forest Hall, Illawarra Highway
Sutton Forest, NSW 2577
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$33

The VPT training will start at and the CPE training will follow at 12:30pm and will cover: legislation and legal obligations baiting techniques toxicity storage transport how to reduce non-target exposure.

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Native Grasslands Field Day – Oberon

November 22 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Bob Hooper Community Centre, Oberon, Fleming St
Oberon, NSW 2787 Australia
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Free

Join for a native grasslands field day to learn more about this valuable resource. We will cover a number of topics including: Understanding your native grasslands Recognition of native plant species Ecosystem services Legislation around native grasslands and communities Resources available Morning tea and lunch will be provided and the morning will also include a visit to the Campbells TSR for a practical demonstration.

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FPFP – SG: OFD 5 Managing Summer (Victoria)

November 22 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Free

Managing Summer Learning Outcomes:  Manage grazing residuals to optimize persistence and autumn re-growth  Ensure that planned rations for summer meet cow requirements in the most cost effective way.

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SEQ Members Update & ‘A Climate For Change’ Forum – Dalby

November 22 @ 12:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Dalby Events Centre, Nicholson St
Dalby, QLD 4405 Australia
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Free

Guest MC & popular ABC Radio presenter Craig Zonca will be joined by AgForce President, Georgie Somerset & a range of guest speakers including: Brent Finlay | Future Drought Fund Consultative Committee Chairman How To Maximise Benefits For Primary Producers Northern Australia Climate Program Spokesperson New Tools and Technology in Climate Decision Making Tim Neale | Managing Director Data Farming New Tools And Technology in Agronomy Regional President, Caroline Harris and the SEQ Regional Council invite you to join them…

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Bardoo Charolais 2019 On Property Bull Sale – Elgin

November 22 @ 1:00 pm
Bardoo Charolais – On Property – New Yards, 130 Bell Road
Elgin, WA 4721 Australia
Free

7th Annual On Property Bull Sale will be held on Friday 22nd November at 1pm at New Yards at 130 Bell Road, Elgin WA Offering 30 grass fed Bulls

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RCS KIT Field Day – Glenlovely

November 23 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Glenlovely, Qld, 27966 Cunningham Highway
Yelarbon, Qld 4388 Australia
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Free

KIT Field days are an opportunity for like-minded people to gather on a property to discuss topics relevant to that region and see firsthand how RCS principles are being applied in similar land types and production systems. Topics include: Regenerating degraded country – Inputs and methods to trial Recovering from droughts/dry periods in an erratic climate Managing timber and regrowth Property development – Fencing and water design

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Australasian Plant Pathology Society Conference – Melbourne

November 25 - November 28
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, South Wharf
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
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Free

The Australian Plant Pathology Society (APPS) is hosting its 22nd Biennial Conference to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) from 25-28 November 2019. This conference will be the climax of the APPS 50th birthday celebrations with the themes of 'strong foundations, future innovations'. The event will include scientific presentations by local and international speakers, supported by engaging field tours and workshops which will allow conference participants to experience plant pathology up close and visit key agricultural…

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Climate Workshop – Coen

November 25 @ 8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Exchange Hotel, Coen, Regent Street
Coen, Qld 4871 Australia
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Free

The Northern Australia Climate Program, funded by Meat & Livestock Australia, the Queensland government, and the University of Southern Queensland invite you to come along to their half day workshop at Coen where the key messages will include: The latest developments in seasonal climate forecasting and how they apply to our region GrazingFutures / E-Beef presentation on management strategies for your region How these strategies can utilise climate information for improved outcomes Find, use and assess relevant climate tools such…

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Australian Society of Scientist Plant Conference – Bundoora

November 26 - November 29
AgriBio, 5 Ring Rd
Bundoora, VIC 3083 Australia
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$550

ASPS 2019 to be held 26-29th November 2019 is an event not to be missed! It will bring together plant scientists from across Australia and will be held at AgriBio, La Trobe University, Melbourne.  

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Feeding Phosphorus – Aramac

November 26 @ 8:00 am - 2:30 pm
Aramac, Qld Aramac, Qld 4725 Australia + Google Map
Free

The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries would like to invite you to the Feeding Phosphorus workshop being held at Aramac. Come away from the workshop with answers to the following questions: Are all my land types P deficient? Am I feeding my breeders enough P? Is there a better way to feed P than what I do now?   Please provide your lot on plan numbers to have a land type map produced which identifies P deficient soils. For further information, contact Byrony…

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Climate Workshop – Cooktown

November 26 @ 8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Cooktown and District Community Centre, 11 Charles Street
Cooktown, Qld 4895 Australia
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Free

The Northern Australia Climate Program, funded by Meat & Livestock Australia, the Queensland government, and the University of Southern Queensland invite you to come along to their half day workshop at Cooktown where the key messages will include: The latest developments in seasonal climate forecasting and how they apply to our region GrazingFutures / E-Beef presentation on management strategies for your region How these strategies can utilise climate information for improved outcomes Find, use and assess relevant climate tools such…

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Northern Downs Spray Forum And Optical Sprayer Demonstration – Tuckerang

November 26 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Inverai Pioneer Memorial Hall, 1911 Warra Canaga Creek Rd
Tuckerang, Qld 4411 Australia
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Free

Interested growers from the grains, horticulture and cotton industries are invited to attend the Northern Downs Spray Forum and Optical Sprayer Demonstration. Initiated by the local community, the program has been developed by ICAN to give participants an understanding of why safe spray practices are so important, while also explaining how practical solutions can be implemented on-farm to improve the efficacy of weed control. To understand the 'why' question, James Hunt from Australian Choice Exports will discuss his personal experiences…

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