Members in the horticulture industry will be inspired to aim high, with the theme of ‘halving waste and doubling productivity by the year 2030’ headlining the conference. Come and see us at stands 154 & 169. Find out more about the conference http://hortconnections.com.au/ ...Read more
Serve-Ag are proud to be gold sponsors of the Fruit Growers Tasmanian conference this year. Over the two days we are showcasing the range of services we can offer to this agricultural sector including Adama Trapview automated pest monitoring and our specialty Campbell's Fertilisers, plus much more!
- 23/12:46 EST Marine Wind Warning Summary for Tasmania August 23, 2019
- 23/10:10 EST Flood Warning Summary (TAS) August 23, 2019
- 23/10:09 EST Final Flood Warning for the River Derwent August 23, 2019
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- ACCC gives its blessing to Landmark acquisition of rival RuralCo August 22, 2019A proposed merger between two of Australia's biggest rural retailers is a step closer to reality after the competition regulator said it would not oppose the plan.
- One of the world's most remote pearl farms has a new owner August 21, 2019The harvest is underway at one of Australia's most remote pearl farms and its new owners are excited by what they see.
- Council hands out $700 debit cards to help farmers and stimulate local economy August 20, 2019Wellington Shire Council in Victoria's Gippsland region gives eligible farmers $700 pre-loaded debit cards to provide some financial relief and stimulate the local economy.
- Jail terms promised in crackdown on NSW farm trespass August 20, 2019The New South Wales Government has introduced 'right to farm' legislation which it says will create the toughest penalties for farm trespass in Australia.
- Aussie bull rider Ruth Vogelsang battles through injury to take on the US circuit August 20, 2019One of the Top End's only female bull riders has taken on the US rodeo circuit despite suffering a serious shoulder injury just days from leaving.
- Hopes for quail sales lift in shift to faster foods, but eggs fall under tracking regime August 19, 2019When reality show contestants — and even foodies — talk about quail meat it often involves complex recipes, but a farmer's shift to faster food could change that.
- Inner-city 'narrow-mindedness': Council's meat-free Mondays stir up industry anger August 19, 2019The meat industry says a Melbourne council's decision to take meat off its menu on Mondays could damage regional economies for little environmental gain.
- Would you buy meat on Instagram? August 19, 2019Indonesian 'mumpreneurs' are cashing-in on an appetite for purchasing cheap beef online, threatening Australia's live cattle trade.
- South Australia seeks to lift ban on mainland GM crops, Kangaroo Island to remain GM-free August 19, 2019South Australia plans to lift a 16-year ban on genetically-modified crops in time for the next season.