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Thursday, 17 August 2017 10:16

100 per cent exclusion at ‘Cooinda’

The strategic construction of an exclusion fence has allowed a southern Queensland sheep producer to reclaim parts of his property from wild dogs and return it to productive and profitable sheep grazing land.

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Thursday, 27 July 2017 09:22

Road safety prompts fence re-think

The safety of both the public and livestock came to the forefront of Kalgoorlie producer Justin Stevens’ operation when he lost thousands of dollars’ worth of cattle due to substandard fencing.

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Father and son Eddie and James Rovers had been successfully running 340 dairy cattle when a shocking bushfire in 2014 forced them to rethink what they did on the farm.

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New exclusion fencing technologies have come to the rescue of Barcaldine sheep producer David Counsell as wild dogs and biosecurity risks challenge his family’s sheep operation.

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Friday, 17 March 2017 12:08

Waratah flood posts rise to top

The devastating nature of floods in parts of the country makes it hard to believe that Australia is still described as the driest inhabited continent on Earth.

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Monday, 06 March 2017 12:09

New fencing silver lining post bushfire

With bushfires impacting rural areas in Australia year on year, the latest devastating fires in New South Wales will be a stark reminder to farmers who’ve been affected in the past, of the need to rebuild immediately.

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Wednesday, 25 January 2017 16:02

Fence boosts Angus stocking rates

The strength of new fencing technology has boosted the productivity of New South Wales cattle producer Ken O’Brien’s property near Barham, preventing hundreds of kangaroos from destroying his 32 hectares of irrigated clover and rye grass.

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Father and son Eddie and James Rovers had been successfully running 340 dairy cattle when a shocking bushfire in 2014, forced them to rethink what they did on the farm.

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Wednesday, 30 November 2016 16:54

Wild dogs don’t like fences

Relentless wild dog attacks, and the subsequent severe drop in sheep numbers, led New England producer, Roy Robertson, to set in motion an exclusion fencing program aimed at preventing the complete annihilation of his flock.

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Native vegetation can provide valuable on-farm environmental outcomes, but on the flipside can also pose as a serious management challenge for livestock breeding operations.

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