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Australian Cattle Council : Yearbook 2008
page 59 C aTTL e COUNCIL OF a USTR a LI a Y ea RBOOK 2008 C AT T L E C O U N C I L OF A U S T R A L I A Y E A R B O O K 2 0 0 6 / 0 7 of f i c i a l p u bl i c at i on of t h e c at t l e c o u n c i l of a u s t r a l i a Printed and published by Walsh Media Services T: (08) 8221 5600 F: (08) 8221 5601 E: email@example.com Should there be any alterations, please contact Helen Lee on (08) 8221 5600. Single Screw Mixers Models 3425-3575 FEEDING YOUR CATTLE THE RIGHT WAY 8 Oscillating independent suspension 8 Mix viewing window 8 Rapid discharge door TRACTOR AND MACHINERY DEALERS ABN 5255-1057 417 Derby and Gladstone Road Rockhampton QLD 4700 www.milnebros.com.au Ph 07 4930 0333 AH Mike 0407 156 063 8 Unique fast cut auger 8 5 year pro rated gearbox warranty 8 4 year scale system warranty Monitoring animal Health developments has been a priority for the Committee. The new approach to the management of Bovine Jonhe’s Disease is presently being rolled out and will begin on 31 March 2008. Both the Cattle and Dairy Committee’s have been involved with the roll out of the new approach. The NSW Minister for primary Industries, The Hon. Ian Macdonald has announced the representatives that sit on the new Cattle Tick advisory Committee. The association has one representative on this committee to represent beef and dairy members. Other animal health priorities the Committee has been working on are akabane vaccine manufacturing, monitoring the acorn calf disease project and continuing to assist with NLIS developments. Once again the association attended the Beef Spectacular in Dubbo in conjunction with Cattle Council. Last year the event attracted many producers over the three days. Over 700 cattle were entered this year and the association was a sponsor of the event. as the climate change debate unfolds the association will be endeavouring to lobby on behalf of farmers to ensure that they are included in decisions. at our upcoming annual Conference in July 2008, we will be celebrating 30 years of representing members and our commitment to agriculture. 1 ? An exciting prospect! How Fodder King can help you As a reliable and ethical supplier, we can be a one-stop source for your fodder needs. Because we apply Quality Management principles to production and distribution, we take away a lot of the risk and uncertainty of buying fodder. Quality is assured by working to standard grades that are clear to both supplier and customer. We supply a Vendor Declaration with each delivery. Fodder King’s products Although we focus mainly on legume hay - lucerne & clover - we also produce hay mixtures such as oaten/lucerne blend and lucerne/sudan grass blend. Least of all we produce cereal hay - such as oaten, wheaten and barley hay. Each batch of hay delivered comes with its own feed test result. Strategic access through fodder Agribusiness is very diverse and most livestock segments and associated processing enterprises are absent from the ASX, but one can share in their fortunes indirectly through an investment in Fodder King. Our products also reach beyond agribusiness to gardening, landscape and construction. Fodders future We envisage a time when hay will become as important in Australia as it is in North America and Europe. Where to maintain or maximise production, we in Australia will need to feed our animals regularly during dry times. How to participate To help us expand production, you can obtain a current prospectus as follows: Phone: 02 9558 4988 Fax: 02 9558 2733 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Home Page: www.fodderking.com.au Prospectus Request Form: www.fodderking.com.au/investmentform.html You too could share in Fodder King’s prospects As the climate change debate unfolds the Association will be endeavouring to lobby on behalf of farmers to ensure that they are included in decisions.