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May 2020

Chainsaw – Trim And Cut Felled Trees (Level 1 Chainsaw Operation) – Camden/Menangle

May 5 - May 6
Camden, NSW Camden, NSW 2570 + Google Map
$655

***Note from Farm Table: Due to the impact of COV-19, Farm Table notes that some events listed in this AgCalendar may be cancelled or postponed. Please click ‘View Website’ button below or contact the event organiser directly to keep updated about this event.***   Your chainsaw used to go through wood…

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Back To Business – Grow More Feed – Pasture Recovery, Redevelopment, Forage Crops And Purchasing Fodder

May 5@1:00 pm

The BACK TO BUSINESS webinars are for all livestock producers impacted by drought, fire, flood, storms and global challenges. BACK TO BUSINESS will feature a different topic at 1:00 pm Tuesday each week that is relevant to getting you back to business following the recent and ongoing challenges. This week’s…

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Webinar: How Does A Weather Radar Work?

May 5@1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Host: Bureau of Meteorology Synopsis: What’s inside the 60 large golf ball shaped weather radars around Australia and how do they work? Learn more about the Bureau’s radar images, radar site information, how to interpret radar images, and Meteye.   Please note Farm Table is a directory of events only. It is…

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WHS And HR Fundamentals (Industrial Relations Workshop 2) – Griffith

May 6
Griffith, Nsw Griffith, Nsw 2680 Australia + Google Map
$1,120

***Note from Farm Table: Due to the impact of COV-19, Farm Table notes that some events listed in this AgCalendar may be cancelled or postponed. Please click ‘View Website’ button below or contact the event organiser directly to keep updated about this event.***   Tocal College has proudly partnered with NSW…

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Webinar: Rumen Health And Its Importance On Productivity

May 6@5:00 pm

Host: Phibro Animal Health Synopsis: Overview of rumen anatomy and physiology, its health, and importance for cattle production, featuring Dr Luis Tedeschi, Texas A&M University Topics include: Important aspects of anatomy and physiology for understanding the rumen functions Overview of ruminal disorders and preventions Ruminal modifiers to fine-tune feeding to achieve optimum…

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Corporate Governance Training For The Grains And Cotton Industries – Dubbo

May 7 - May 8
Dubbo, NSW Dubbo, NSW 2830 + Google Map
Free

***Note from Farm Table: Due to the impact of COV-19, Farm Table notes that some events listed in this AgCalendar may be cancelled or postponed. Please click ‘View Website’ button below or contact the event organiser directly to keep updated about this event.***   You are invited to participate in an…

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Farming Forecaster Webinar

May 7@10:30 am - 11:30 am

Farming Forecaster is a new decision support tool that has been developed for graziers. Farming Forecaster places the latest weather, soil moisture, pasture production and livestock performance data at farmers’ fingertips, enabling timely and informed decisions. Farming Forecaster has been developed by Tablelands Farming Systems, Monaro Farming Systems, Bookham Agriculture Bureau and…

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Free Online Composting and Worm Farming Workshop

May 9@10:00 am - 11:00 am

Composting and worm farming are cheap and easy ways to reduce your organic waste at home. They also return vital nutrients to your garden soil! During International Compost Awareness Week this May, come and learn all you need to know to set up and maintain your own worm farm or…

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Q&A Smoko Sessions – Native Grass Identification

May 11@10:00 am

North West Local Land Services are kicking off their Q&A Smoko Sessions with the hot topic ‘Native Grass Identification’ presented by George Truman. The event will run LIVE on Facebook from 10 am Monday May 11. George, Senior Lands Officer with the North West Local Land Services, says following the…

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Rebuilding From Natural Disasters – Practical Help For Livestock Producers

May 12@1:00 pm

Productivity and Profitability webinars from MLA, Sheep Connect and AWI. This series of webinars are designed to assist Sheep, Cattle and Goat producers to increase the productivity and profitability of their businesses. Register to be notified of upcoming webinars (note: you only have to register once to be notified of upcoming…

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Back To Business – Opportunities To Drive Livestock Operations – Enterprise Options And Genetics

May 12@1:00 pm

The BACK TO BUSINESS webinars are for all livestock producers impacted by drought, fire, flood, storms and global challenges. BACK TO BUSINESS will feature a different topic at 1:00 pm Tuesday each week that is relevant to getting you back to business following the recent and ongoing challenges. This week’s…

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Webinars: Forecasting Australia’s Livestock Future (Part 1)

May 13@5:30 am - 6:30 pm

Host: NSW Govt Local Land Services Synopsis: A two-part webinar series for cattle and sheep producers with meat & livestock industry analyst, Simon Quilty. Mr Quilty has extensively researched the factors that have driven livestock prices higher over many years. He has just returned from an extensive North American research tour, meeting key industry stakeholders. During…

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Webinar: Water Testing For Optimum Stock Performance

May 14@11:00 am - 12:00 pm

The importance of water quality can sometimes be overlooked in a sheep production system, yet it can significantly impact animal performance and thus whole farm profitability. Join guest speaker Michael Glazier as we highlight the importance of testing, how to test and importantly analysing and understanding the test results.  …

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Online Fungi Discovery Workshop

May 15@1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

This online workshop introduces participants to the diversity, ecology and curiosities of the Kingdom Fungi. Presented by Alison Pouliot, author of The Allure of Fungi, in the first part of the workshop, participants will learn how to recognise the major fungus morphogroups; the various parts of different types of fungi;…

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Webinar: Wagyu Branded Beef Competition Awards Ceremony

May 15@4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Host: Australian Wagyu Association Synopsis: With COVID-19 restrictions, the Australian Wagyu Association has had to rethink how its presents is 2020 Wagyu Branded Beef Competition Awards Ceremony – usually attached to the annual AWA conference (now cancelled). The AWA has now locked in an online Awards Ceremony platform for the competition, covering…

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How To become An EXCEPTIONAL Leader – Half Day Workshop

May 16@9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Do you want to understand what success means to you so that it can guide your decisions and actions? Do you want to be influential in your career to make a difference or achieve an outcome? Have you been thinking of investing in yourself and have been hesitating? Then you…

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Fungi Discovery Workshop With Alison Pouliot

May 16@11:00 am

This online workshop introduces participants to the diversity, ecology and curiosities of the Kingdom Fungi. Presented by Alison Pouliot, author of The Allure of Fungi, in the first part of the workshop, participants will learn how to recognise the major fungus morphogroups; the various parts of different types of fungi;…

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Regional Network Group Meeting – Central

May 18@7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Their regional network group meetings are an opportunity for people involved in the dairy industry to discuss what the short and long term issues they're facing. The issues raised at these meetings are then discussed at the Regional Extension and Education Committee to assist Murray dairy and other key stakeholders…

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WHS And HR Fundamentals (Industrial Relations Workshop 2) – Narrabri

May 19
Narrabri, NSW Narrabri, NSW 2390 + Google Map
$1,120

***Note from Farm Table: Due to the impact of COV-19, Farm Table notes that some events listed in this AgCalendar may be cancelled or postponed. Please click ‘View Website’ button below or contact the event organiser directly to keep updated about this event.***   Tocal College has proudly partnered with NSW…

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Mid Coast Virtual Discussion Group – Nutrition

May 19@10:00 am - 11:30 am

The session will be facilitated by Neil Moss from Scibus and will allow discussion of a variety of feed-base and production related topics including: Reviewing current on farm situation in line with seasonal opportunities and risks Discussion of current nutrition options to improve productivity and margin over feed cost including…

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Worksafe: Workplace Manslaughter – Webinar

May 19@11:00 am - 12:30 pm

From July 1, workplace manslaughter will be a jailable offence in Victoria. WorkSafe is inviting you to a free webinar with a panel of WorkSafe experts, who will explain what the introduction of the new law means for employers and what you need to do to comply. There will also…

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Back To Business – Making Use Of Short-Term Business Resilience Opportunities – Cashflow, Feed/Sell/Agist, Market Scenarios And Season Forecast

May 19@1:00 pm

The BACK TO BUSINESS webinars are for all livestock producers impacted by drought, fire, flood, storms and global challenges. BACK TO BUSINESS will feature a different topic at 1:00 pm Tuesday each week that is relevant to getting you back to business following the recent and ongoing challenges. This week’s…

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Regional Network Group Meeting – Riverina

May 19@7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The regional network group meetings are an opportunity for people involved in the dairy industry to discuss what the short and long term issues they're 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…

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GROW — Professional Development And Leadership For Women In Cotton And Grains (HR) – Gunnedah

May 20 - May 21
Gunnedah, Nsw Gunnedah, Nsw 2380 Australia + Google Map
$195

***Note from Farm Table: Due to the impact of COV-19, Farm Table notes that some events listed in this AgCalendar may be cancelled or postponed. Please click ‘View Website’ button below or contact the event organiser directly to keep updated about this event.***   A professional development program for women in…

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Service Provider – FBM Workshop ~ Webinar

May 20@10:00 am - 1:30 pm

This workshop is targeted at service providers who are providing advice to dairy businesses and have an interest in better understanding how to analyse and interpret the health of a dairy farm business. It will cover how industry tools and resources such as the Standard Chart of Accounts, DairyBase and…

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DairyTas – Legendairy Women’s Discussion Group Meeting

May 20@10:30 am - 11:30 pm

How effectively are you using the time you have within your business? A recent Dairy Australia webinar involved Nollaig Heffernan from Ireland talking about effective time management and using a process called “discounted time” to budget time within your business. Join in with other ladies from across the state to…

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Hunter DDG Virtual Discussion Group – Nutrition

May 20@11:00 am - 12:30 pm

The session will be facilitated by Neil Moss from Scibus and will allow discussion of a variety of feed-base and production related topics including: Reviewing current on farm situation in line with seasonal opportunities and risks Discussion of current nutrition options to improve productivity and margin over feed cost including…

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Webinar: Member Update: Land Access & Land Use Protection Principles

May 20@4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Join AgForce and valued Corporate Partner, McCullough Robertson for an interactive online information session designed to update producers on: The Land Use Protection Committee Land Use Protection Principles endorsed by AgForce Board Common member inquiries about Land Access The current regulatory framework Landowner rights under different Acts and Regulations The emerging…

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Forecasting Australia’s Livestock Future (Part 2)

May 20@5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Host: NSW Govt Local Land Services Synopsis: A two-part webinar series for cattle and sheep producers with meat & livestock industry analyst, Simon Quilty. Mr Quilty has extensively researched the factors that have driven livestock prices higher over many years. He has just returned from an extensive North American research tour, meeting key industry stakeholders. During…

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Corporate Governance Training For The Grains And Cotton Industries – Griffith

May 21 - May 22
Griffith, Nsw Griffith, Nsw 2680 Australia + Google Map
Free

***Note from Farm Table: Due to the impact of COV-19, Farm Table notes that some events listed in this AgCalendar may be cancelled or postponed. Please click ‘View Website’ button below or contact the event organiser directly to keep updated about this event.***   You are invited to participate in an…

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DairyTas – Effluent Need To Know

May 21@1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Join Scott Birchall (Effluent Designer) and Ashley Hossack (TDIA) to discuss all things Effluent. Facilitated by DairyTas' Sustainable Dairying Consultant, Rachel Brown. Links to the meeting will be provided only to those who RSVP.   Please note Farm Table is a directory of events only. It is not hosting this…

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Rural Press Club Online: Senator the Hon. Simon Birmingham, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment

May 21@1:00 pm

As the focus of the global COVID-19 recovery continues to shift from health and increasingly to economic reverberations, one of the most pressing questions in agriculture today is “how will the pandemic impact on the sale of Australia’s premium farm-grown products to the world?”. Join the Rural Press Club of Queensland…

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Queensland Farmers Federation Energy Savers Webinar: Energy from Hydrogen

May 21@2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This webinar will provide an introduction to Hydrogen, outline its potential contribution to the Australian energy mix, its applications and include opportunities for practical application on-farm. At the end of the message, Participants will understand: 1. Overview of the Energy Savers program. 2. Sectors Covered – Dairy, Horticulture, Nursery. 3.…

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Webinar: Fall Armyworm

May 21@5:00 pm

Fall armyworm (FAW) is well and truly here and is a real threat to cropping and pastures across parts of northern Australia. To help you understand this pest and what you can do about it, AgForce, the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) and the Grains Research and Development Cooperation…

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What Does COVID-19 Mean For Your Super Now And In The Future?

May 25@1:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Recent months have been incredibly difficult for both businesses and individuals, having an enormous impact on the financial well-being of many. Recent access to superannuation and other support measures have assisted in the short-term, but it is important that we start to consider a longer-term view. In this webinar, Sunsuper’s…

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Thrive – Yanco

May 26 - May 27
Yanco Yanco, NSW Australia + Google Map
$1,165

***Note from Farm Table: Due to the impact of COV-19, Farm Table notes that some events listed in this AgCalendar may be cancelled or postponed. Please click ‘View Website’ button below or contact the event organiser directly to keep updated about this event.***   Looking to boost your short and long-term…

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Webinars: Accelerating Feed Efficiency

May 26@10:30 am

Host: Growsafe Systems Synopsis: Feed efficiency monitoring systems manufacturer Growsafe is hosting a webinar series over the next month, called Accelerating Efficiency Together. Expert presenters and co-hosts will share their experiences and knowledge to help producers gain a deeper understanding of feed efficiency measurements, the practicalities of running a feed efficiency trial…

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Essential Employment Webinar With Jennie Corkhill

May 26@11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Red tape and details when employing people can be overwhelming and stressful if you're not up to date with the right information. This workshop will give you tips to keep you informed on legislative changes and your obligations as an employer, helping you work smarter with the right tools and…

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Back To Business – Building Long-Term Business Resilience – Budgets, Business Structure, Farm Management And Succession Planning

May 26@1:00 pm

The BACK TO BUSINESS webinars are for all livestock producers impacted by drought, fire, flood, storms and global challenges. BACK TO BUSINESS will feature a different topic at 1:00 pm Tuesday each week that is relevant to getting you back to business following the recent and ongoing challenges. This week’s…

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NSW DPI – Extension Services Supporting Dairy Farms Using AMS: The Irish Example

May 26@6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join the NSW DPI team and Philip Kennedy (M.Agr.Sc. Agricultural Innovation and Support) who will be sharing the findings of a study that aimed to quantify the decision process, planning and implementation of AMS with existing and new entrant AMS farmers, along with current sources of support and information to…

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Online event: Angus Research & Development Update 2020

May 26@7:00 pm

Host: Angus Connect Synopsis: Angus Australia invites Angus seedstock and commercial breeders to an online event showcasing the latest research and development relating to Angus genetics. A dynamic series of presentations will be delivered during the event, covering topics including: Genomic opportunities for commercial breeders Are Angus cows getting too big? Understanding…

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SMART Farming (Test Event)

May 27@12:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Join the afternoon of conversations, sharing of ideas, experiences and thoughts on how traditional farming practices can be enhanced by emerging technologies and a human centered design approach. The afternoon will comprise brief presentations, technology demonstrations and numerous networking opportunities and is aimed at industry, tertiary and secondary students, students…

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DairyTas – Water Management Need to Know

May 27@1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Join Dr Toni Furlonge and Megan Terry from the DPIPWE to discuss how to use the water information portal for Tasmania and updates on pfarm dam permit process. Faciliated by DairyTas' Sustainable Dairying Consultant, Rachel Brown.   Please note Farm Table is a directory of events only. It is not…

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APAL Webinar: Eco-Credentials And Sustainability

May 27@1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

In this 30 minute webinar we will address how industry can prepare for the emerging consumer trend to understand the environmental footprint through the adoption of eco-credentials and the Sustainability Framework.   Supermarkets are currently the powerful vehicle for public education, Dr Brent Clothier, Plant and Food Research NZ, will…

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Worm Farm Webinar

May 27@7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

From the comfort of your own home, join Kevin and Debbie from The Worm Shed for a virtual (Zoom) presentation covering all aspects of worms, worm farming and the roles worms play in recycling and waste management. A video demonstrating worm farm, set-up, operation and maintenance will be available, as…

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AgVic: The Occasional Counsellor – Webinar

May 28@10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Service Provider Training Agriculture Victoria is hosting two The Occasional CounsellorTM webinars run by David Cherry, a clinical and forensic psychologist who has been working for 40 years. This workshop is for service providers who are not employed in a counselling role but are called upon to give others emotional…

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Bobby Calves & Dairy Beef – Where Are We At, And Where Are We Headed

May 28@11:00 am - 1:00 pm

North West & Loddon Discussion groups are hosting an online Zoom meeting with guest speaker Sarah Bolton from Dairy Australia. They are looking at the bobby calf market, where are they at and where are they  headed? Sarah will be discussing in further detail: public trust preservation: how do we…

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Online Farm Business Fundamentals

May 28@11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Farm Business Fundamentals online course held over 4 sessions - 28th May, 4th June, 11th June and 18th June.   Please note Farm Table is a directory of events only. It is not hosting this event. Please click ‘Visit Website’ below to learn more and contact the event organizer for…

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Energy Savers Webinar: Energy Audits and Jelly Beans

May 28@1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

This webinar focuses on the energy efficiency initiatives identified during Energy Savers audits conducted in nursery and garden, dairy, and horticulture farms in Queensland. At the end of the message, Participants will understand: 1. Overview of Energy Savers program 2. Sectors Covered – Dairy, Horticulture and Nursery. 3. Highlights from…

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Hort Innovation Webinar: The Consumer Market Environment For Horticulture Growers During COVID-19

May 28@1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

What are the implications and opportunities of changing consumer behaviours and attitudes for Australian horticulture growers as we evolve through COVID-19? This live webinar by Hort Innovation will make sense of the current consumer market environment for horticulture growers. Using the latest behavioural and attitudinal data collected and funded by…

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