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The Dung Beetle Expert
Known as ‘the Farmer’s Friend’, entomologist John Feehan, OAM, is a recognised authority on dung beetles in Australia. This site provides information related to John's work with Dung Beetles. Dung Beetles have a fantastic way to mitigate the effects of Climate Change in Australia.
Rural Contractors' Directory
Officially launched 1 September 2013, this website is currently operated for North West Weeds by Les Tanner (previously 40 years involved in the weeds business with NSW Dept of Lands and NSW Dept of Primary Industries [including Prickly-pear Destruction Commission 1959-1987], then 12 years as Chief Weeds Officer with local government councils including Gwydir and Inverell Shire Councils).
Farming Horizons
Farming Horizons is a new perspective on the way we view and maintain the agricultural landscape. The company uses native vegetation strategies to maximise the benefit for different land management from paddock to catchment scale.
North West Weeds
North West Weeds is designed to provide landholders and other land managers with basic information on identification and control of noxious and various other environmentally undesirable weeds mainly found in inland eastern Australia...
Pasture Improvement
Ross Watson, is highly regarded in pasture and woody weed control. He has authored many weed related publications such as the Agfact on St Johns Wort,Fireweed,Blackberry control,Bracken Fern and many other publications. He was responsible for developing the herbicide recommendation for St Johns Wort. He continues to undertake field trials on key pasture and woody weeds. Provide pasture advice throughout the medium to high rainfall temperate areas of Australia. Key areas of influence are the Hunter Region of NSW, Northern, Central and Southern Slopes , Tablelands and Coastal areas of NSW, providing advice on all temperate and tropical pastures as well as lucerne, forage crops and forage herbs.

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