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|Machinery and farm equipment|
Provides links that relate to agricultural machinery and farm equipment.
| Making More from Sheep|
Provides information on business, pastures, resources and sheep technology to help producers increase the productivity and profitability of their enterprises.
| making more from sheep (making_more_from_sheep.pdf 65 KB)|
making more from sheep flyer
| Making More from Sheep (AWI)|
The Making More From Sheep program - a joint initiative of AWI and MLA - is a best practice package of information and tools for sheep producers supported by a range of events and workshops.
| Making More from sheep (MLA)|
An interactive tool kit to help lamb and sheep producers calculate costs of production.
|Managing dry seasonal conditions in Tasmania|
There are a range of tips, strategies and support programs to support Tasmanian farmers facing dry seasonal conditions.
|Managing in Drought|
Links to advice for managing pastures and crops in drought situations.
| Managing Seasonal Conditions|
The 'Managing Seasonal Conditions' webpage is regularly updated by DPIPWE staff.
| Managing Tasmanian Native Pastures|
Native pastures underpin the long-term productivity, profitability and sustainability of grazing activities on many Tasmanian properties, particularly fine wool grazing properties. They are also a significant vegetation community for conserving native plants and animals, and maintaining stable and healthy soils.
| Managing Wildlife Browsing and Grazing Losses in Tasmania|
Information on how to determine and implement an effective wildlife management strategy, and outlines the wildlife control methods available, including wallaby fencing.
|Maps and mapping tools|
Mapping tools for farm management.
Provides up-to-date market information on agricultural commodities.
|Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)|
Click on the company name to search for the MSDS needed.
| Meat and wool scholarship (Meat_and_wool_flyer.pdf 166 KB)|
Women in rural industries scholarship - meat and wool sector
| Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA)|
Meat & Livestock Australia provides R&D, market information and marketing to benefit the red meat industry
| Melbourne Markets|
The Melbourne Markets is the central wholesale trading and distribution centre for Victoria’s fresh produce industry. The Melbourne Market Authority is responsible for managing the site and its operations which include the Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market and the National Flower Centre plus an extensive range of associated warehousing and distribution facilities.
| MensLine Australia|
Mens Line Australia is a dedicated service for men with relationship and family concerns.
| Mental Health Council of Tasmania|
The Mental Health Council of Tasmania provides a public voice for people affected by mental illness and the organisations in the community sector that work with them. The Mental Health Council of Tasmania advocate for effective public policy on mental health for the benefit of the Tasmanian community as a whole.
| Mental health first aid courses (MH_first_aid.pdf 67 KB)|
Red cross flyer for workshop on mental health
| Mental Health Services (DHHS)|
Tasmania's Mental Health Services provide a range of community and in-patient services for individuals with a mental illness and their families.
| Midlands EC Areas (midlands-ec-area-sep07.pdf 137 KB)|
Declared Exceptional Circumstance Areas in Tasmanian Midlands with East Coast buffer area.
| Mineral Resources Tasmania|
Includes information about exploration and mining; groundwater; geological hazards; landowner Q&A etc
|MLA projections for the cattle and sheep industries|
MLA industry projections for the cattle and sheep industries - what lies ahead?
| Money making mums (MLA_Money_Making_Mums.pdf 455 KB)|
| MSDS - chemical storage compliance|
MSDS.com.au is an Australian online database for chemical storage compliance issues.
| Mulesing meetings (Mulesing-information-sessions.pdf 24 KB)|
| Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society|
Provides news, sales and information on Maurray Grey cattle in Australia.
| Myrtle rust ID card v3 (Myrtle_rust_id_cardv3.pdf 648 KB)|
The myrtle rust ID cards have photos of the disease and the steps to take if you think you see it
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