This newsletter provides the latest news on animal welfare and management issues, and updates on legislation amendments.
BetterBeef and BestWool/BestLamb identify and disseminate topics of interests, provide industry and technical updates and advertise upcoming events in a combined fortnightly electronic Newsflash email. The Newsflash cover beef, sheep and generic grazing industry information.
Chemical Industry News is a quarterly e-Newsletter published by Agriculture Victoria that shares news and tips on agricultural and veterinary chemical use legislation in Victoria. If you work with agricultural or veterinary chemicals, then this e-Newsletter is for you.
A quarterly newsletter for pork producers published by NSW DPI, Agriculture Victoria and Queensland DAFF.
The Exotic Animals Disease Newsletter is produced by the Federal Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.
The newsletter describes credible seasonal outlooks, generates potential crop yields from decision support computer tools, provides links and highlights topical climate risk information.
Sheep Notes is a newsletter produced twice annually, for Victorian sheep producers. It includes articles on general sheep health and welfare, production, market protection and biosecurity issues and specific DEDJTR and industry programs to guide improvement in the productivity, profitability and sustainability of sheep enterprises. It is produced as a hard copy newsletter and/or as an e-newsletter.
This monthly newsletter provides regular updates on data collected from soil moisture monitoring probes which provide real time soil water information for cropping areas across Victoria.
The main objective of the Soils Community of Practice is to encourage communication and networking amongst professionals who are involved, or have an interest in soil science.
Horticulture Centre of Excellence Newsletter, which aims to keep the Victorian horticulture sector up to date with the latest research, development and extension happening across the state.
The Vet Watch newsletter is specifically aimed at Victorian Veterinarians and contains information about animal disease surveillance.