Landholders, project stakeholders and anyone with a general interest in the NSW Wild Dog Fence Extension project have a great opportunity to provide feedback through a number of upcoming community consultation sessions, with the feedback provided to play an important role in the development of the project’s environmental impact statement (EIS).
Steve Walters from Walters Fencing is covering various aspects of fencing and providing handy tips from the experts along the way in a new video series.
Introducing the VLX-635T : Laser theodolite for long range fencing alignment and levelling.
These New South Wales cropping operators have received huge productivity increases after erecting Waratah exclusion fencing on their boundaries which border the State forest.
BlueScope’s new HSEC policy sets out our commitments to the health, safety and environment of our sites and communities where we operate.
Aussie Ark is returning Barrington Tops to its original state prior to European settlement with innovative Waratah Fencing.
Feral animals pose a risk to your property through direct impact on livestock and production by damaging fences.
Eric Ashby talks about the Australian made sheep fencing on the property at Nonowie Station.
BHP announced a five-year, US$400m Climate Investment Program to develop technologies to reduce emissions from its own operations as well as those generated from the use of its resources.
Where is Tasmania’s agrifood sector heading, and how will we get there?