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Sheep Producers Australia are looking to recruit an exceptional CEO to support them to be the leading supplier of lamb and sheepmeat to a world with growing demand for their premium product.
Applications close 9am Monday 4 June 2018 - https://t.co/iGn4FpClcB
The AHA Board and Executive Management team are in Victoria this week and they've had a big morning at JBS Australia.
A huge thanks to the team at JBS for hosting, the AHA staff have had a great time!
A fantastic opportunity for producers!
Livestock means more than just cattle, sheep, poultry and pigs. Biosecurity is important no matter what you farm! https://t.co/aEKaflI5q3 @planthealthaust
‘Bee Prepared’ is part of a national biosecurity program designed to prepare Aus to deal with a potential Varroa mite outbreak. To continue protecting our borders from this pest members of the bee-keeping industry are completing an emergency simulation exercise in Orange tomorrow
We have some of the oldest grapevines in the world in #SouthAustralia 🍇 So help us keep our vines safe from pests like phylloxera and don't walk amongst our vines. Enjoy our wines, protect our vines. #vinehealth #aussiewine
They might be small but fruit flies can cause BIG problems! Luckily Dan from @Hort_Au has a plan to keep these critters under control! 🍑🍎🍐 #fruitflies #horticulture #ScopeTV
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