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Vaccination Option (VaccinationBackgrounder13-9.pdf 82 KB)
A background paper to help inform stakeholders and the public debate on the technical facts about vaccination and key issues for considering vaccination as a control measure.
Value of Principal Agricultural Commodities 2005-2006 (ABS)
This publication contains preliminary estimates of the gross values of production for principal agricultural commodities for all states, territories and Australia.
Van Diemen's Land Company makes roll bars compulsory for all quad bikes
Tasmania's largest dairy company, the Van Diemen's Land Company, is installing roll-over protection devices on 50 quad bikes used across their properties.
Van Diemen's Land Company posts strong profit result
Van Diemen's Land Company has recorded a $3.1 million profit after tax following a boost in production for the past year.
Vanuatu offers workers for Tasmanian horticulture
The government of Vanuatu has stepped in to offer agricultural workers to Tasmania as the uncertainty of the backpacker tax continues.
VDL dairy sale approved by Foreign Investment Review Board
The Foreign Investment Review Board has approved the application by Moon Lake Investments to buy the dairy giant Van Diemen's Land Company.
VDL expansion not affected by financial woes
The new owners of Van Diemen's Land Farms dairy company say financial difficulty plaguing a Chinese company it has strong links to is not hampering bold expansion plans.
Vegetable business Sumich offering financial incentives for quality Tasmanian crops
The Western Australian company is aiming to pay Tasmanian growers more for onions and carrots than they get for any other crop.
Vegetable deal a good outcome for growers
Tasmania’s peak farming organisation has welcomed the news that vegetable processor Simplot will provide an extra six million kilos of Australian vegetables annually to Coles under an 8-year deal.
Vegetable industry leadership training for 2013
'Growing Leaders 2013' is the national leadership program designed for people wishing to take up leadership roles in the vegetable industry.
Vegetable industry looks to Asia for export boost
Nine per cent of vegetables produced in Australia each year are exported, but the industry is desperate to do more.
Vegetable levy payers' meetings
Vegetable levy payers' meetings in April and May
Vegetable pest identification app (August 2017)
The Veg Pest ID app has been funded by Horticulture Innovation Australia and Horticulture Australia Pty Ltd, using the vegetable R&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;D levy and government contributions.
Vegetable Productivity Partnership to deliver for farmers
The Partnership is part of the Government’s Agri-Food Plan and will provide data about the effects of using bio-fumigation crops under Tasmanian conditions.
Vegetation management
Information on vegetation management and conservation.
Vehicle registrations in Tasmania
About vehicle registration and concessions in Tasmania. Department of State Growth.
Vehicles and transport
Information relating to farm vehicles and transport.
vet subsidy application form (vet_subsidy_app_form.pdf 23 KB)
vet subsidy application form
Veterinary Board of Tasmania
For the registration of veterinary surgeons, and the regulation of veterinary practice.
Veterinary online databases
Online databases related to Veterinary Science.
Victorian community group sends assistance to Tasmanian dairy farmers
The Pakenham Lions Club of Victoria has provided $7,500 worth of IGA food gift cards to Rural Business Tasmania for distribution to Northern Tasmanian dairy farmers affected by the double whammy of floods and milk price reductions.
Victorian dairy tour
Victorian dairy tour
Victorian poppy growers plant first commercial crops
Victorian farmers have legally started growing poppies, as licences have just been approved.
Vietnam honours UTAS agricultural scientists
The Government of Vietnam has awarded one of its highest civilian honours to two Tasmanian agricultural scientists.
Vigilance urged for incursions of the declared weed Bathurst burr in Tasmania
The recent discovery of Bathurst burr in northern Tasmania has highlighted the importance of continuing industry and community vigilance in preventing the dispersal and establishment of this invasive weed in Tasmania.
Vineyard of the Year competition
Introduced in 2005 the Vineyard of the Year Competition is designed to encourage world class viticulture management in Tasmanian vineyards.
Visit the new web-based Rural Career Guide
Rural Skills Australia has launched a new web-based Rural Career Guide
Viticulture training to continue
Traineeships and pre-employemnt training in viticulture to continue.
Vote of confidence for North Esk Irrigation Scheme
Water sales for the North Esk Scheme closed just last week, and more than 40 land owners have shown interest in tapping into the benefits of 95 per cent reliable water.
Voting for WoolPoll 2012 closes on Friday 2 November
Voting for WoolPoll 2012 closes on Friday 2 November 2012.
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