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|Earth science online databases|
Online databases related to Earth Science.
|Eastern states cattle prices recovering|
Meat and Livestock Australia says cattle prices in the eastern states are recovering and have reached levels not seen since 2011.
|Eastern Young Cattle Indicator climbs to new highs|
The Eastern Young Cattle Indicator surged into uncharted territory this week, closing Thursday’s markets at a record 460.5¢, up 15.5¢/kg cwt on this time last week.
| Eat Well Tasmania|
Eat Well Tasmania is a State-wide program that provides support and assistance for activities or projects that promote enjoyable healthy eating.
|Edith Creek Working Group announced|
The State Government is acting quickly to support the Circular Head community following the announcement that Murray Goulburn will close their Edith Creek facility by the end of 2017.
| Education and Extension Tools for Wool-Growers (AWI)|
Woolgrowers can access a suite of online sheep health, welfare and productivity and enterprise profitability tools, based industry research and benchmarks, and supported by industry experts.
|Education Minister confirms that school farms are not under threat|
The Minister for Education and Skills has said the State Government has no plans to force Hagley Farm School, or any other school farm to close.
|Effect of Brexit on Australian meat exports|
Meat and Livestock Australia explains the potential implications for Australian red meat of the UK's decision to exit the European Union.
|El Nino's effect on rainfall outlook strengthens|
The Bureau of Meteorology has released a special update of the climate outlook, due to a "significant shift towards a drier October nationwide."
|Elders unveils massive loss and widens accounting probe|
Rural services company Elders has posted a massive annual loss, blaming the costs of an ongoing restructure and poor weather as it confirms possible accounting fraud within its live export team.
| Elders Weather|
Comprehensive Australian weather forecasts
|Election results from the MLA AGM in Wodonga|
At the recent MLA annual general meeting in Wodonga, northern cattle producer George Scott was elected to the MLA Board and Michele Allan and Lucinda Corrigan were re-elected for another term.
|Electric Farm newsletter online|
Electric Farm newsletter online
|Electronic Bobby Calf National Vendor Declarations (NVDs)|
Bobby Calf NVDs can now be generated from home computers using free software available through Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA).
|Emergency biosecurity measures to protect Australian carrots and celery |
International trading partners have been notified that Australia will implement emergency quarantine measures from 20 October this year to protect the carrot and celery industries from an exotic bacterial pathogen that has become widespread in Europe.
|Employment and Recruitment|
Provides information on apprenticeships and trainees, recruiting farm staff and employment opportunities in the agricultural sector. Includes obligations under federal and state laws, industrial awards and agreements, tribunal decisions and contracts of employment.
| Encyclopaedias online|
State Library of Tasmania listing of online encyclopaedias.
|Endangered species online databases|
Online databases related to Endangered Species.
| Energy efficiency facts (Farm_Energy_Efficiency_Fact_Sheet.pdf 657 KB)|
farm energy efficiency fact sheet
| Energy Ombudsman Tasmania|
The Energy Ombudsman of Tasmania provides a free, fair and independent dispute-resolution service for electricity and natural gas consumers who have been unable to resolve a complaint with their energy retailer or distributor.
|Energy online databases|
Online databases related to Energy.
|Energy Ready seminar for business - 8 August|
An opportunity for business owners and managers to identify energy reduction strategies in their businesses.
|Enhancements to the Farm Management Deposits scheme from 1 July |
Farm Management Deposits allow farmers to put income aside in good years and manage tax obligations over a number of years, reducing unpredictable variations that can cause unnecessary disruption to farming enterprises.
|Enrolments open for TAFE Certificate in Wool Classing|
This course suits people with prior experience in wool sheds or wool growing properties, and those who want to enter the industry.
| Enterprise Suitability Mapping and Climate Projections for Tasmania|
Enterprise suitability maps will help farmers match local soil and climate information with the right crops for those conditions.
|Entries now open for the 2015 Heywire story competition|
The Heywire competition is now open to people aged 16 - 22, to submit a story about life in Australia outside the major cities.
|Environment online databases|
Online databases related to Environment.
| Environmental Treaties and Resource Indicators (ENTRI)|
Comprehensive online service for accessing multilateral environmental treaty data.
|Essential skills training for young people in agriculture|
A pilot program of essential skills for young people seeking a career in agriculture.
|Ethical production edge could boost superfine wool premium|
The peak body for Australian superfine wool growers says farmers could earn premium prices if they can market ethical production to retailers.
The EverGraze project is developing and testing new farming systems across the high rainfall zone of southern Australia. The target is to increase profits of sheep and cattle enterprises by up to 50% and at the same time improve water management, use of perennial pastures, biodiversity and soil health.
| Ewe & Lamb Survival (E&L_SurvTT08_flyer.pdf 110 KB)|
Ewe and Lamb Survival Guide for tough times
|Exceptional Circumstances ceased in Tasmania |
Exceptional Circumstances ceased in Tasmania
|Expansion by Tasmanian Quality Meats at Cressy|
Tasmanian Quality Meats will use a State Government grant to assist the conversion of an old beef floor into a 500 unit lamb/mutton chiller.
|Expansion of the Lifetime Ewe Management course |
Australian Wool Innovation will further fund the expansion of the popular Lifetime Ewe Management course, investing an additional $800,000 for the further expansion of the course to 2017.
|Export opportunities in the vegetable industry|
Nuffield scholar's report into export opportunities in the vegetable industry.
Advice, information and market intelligence to support Tasmanian farmers selecting, entering and developing interstate and international markets.
|Expressions of interest for pasture species demos|
NLP - Caring for our Country Project
|Extension for submissions on draft South Esk River Catchment water management plan|
Extension For Submissions On Draft South Esk River Catchment Water Management Plan
| Extension, training and tools (MLA)|
Grazing and pasture management advice and tools from Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA).
|Extra help for farmers affected by recent floods |
Primary producers who have been hit for a second time by flooding in recent months could be eligible for further Tasmanian and Australian government disaster assistance.
| Ezigrain (SA)|
Ezigrain provides topical information and a range of valuable services to assist grain growers, transporters and marketers in managing their business more effectively.
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