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Watch for water hyacinth

A significant water weed has been removed from an Armadale waterway after a member of the public reported a sighting to the Department of Agriculture and Food.

Small producer case study: Swan Valley Honey (Part 2)

Debbie has put her product development skills to good use to diversify the range of Swan Valley Honey products.

Small producer case study: Swan Valley Honey (Part 1)

Debbie Starr is a talented and experienced chef and also the luminary behind Swan Valley Honey.

Get active in the garden this summer to combat unwanted pest

Home gardeners are reminded to pick any unwanted fruit from their trees and off the ground as part of a variety of activities required to guard against Mediterranean fruit fly (medfly) this summer.
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  • Many small producers or livestock owners are unaware of the importance of biosecurity on their property.

    Sheep producers hit the road to view exclusion fencing success stories

    An investment in exclusion fencing is protecting grazing land from kangaroos and wild dogs, and has increased carrying capacity by up to 50 per cent for Morven graziers Robert and Beanie Mackenzie.
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  • What to buy the horse who has everything?

    Water quality on the farm

    When buying a property it is easy to make the mistake of assuming that any water is good water.

    Which pig breed is best?

    So many people I speak to plan to start their free range farm with rare breed pigs, in particular, the Wessex Saddleback or English Large Black and some, the Berkshire.
    What I stress to these people is

    Sustenhance® launches nationwide search for Australia’s fittest and healthiest chook!

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