OZTEC tube conveyors are designed and built local to move everything in less time

Oztec’s 40m Tubeveyor is the most effective in moving bulk grain with a 600mm-wide belt running inside a 406mm tube it also offers gentle handling of crops such as lupins and chickpea And while Oztec’s grain handling equipment includes chaser bins, field bins and augers, it’s the massive advances the company has made into tubeconveyors […]

Sorghum is about to become a super crop

With a predicted grain size boost sorghum has the potential to become a highly sought after food for human consumption with its low-GI and gluten-free status Currently sorghum ranks as the third highest grain crop for local growers, but many agree it has the potential to jump into a clear second place behind wheat due […]

OrganiPro helps organic livestock producers find a way to reduce methane output

Performance Feeds has facilitated a way for organic livestock producers to optimise production and reduce methane output with the launch of OrganiPro® OrganiPro® has been certified by Australian Organic as an aid to reducing methane in grazing cattle year-round. This organic mineral supplement contains Agolin. Presented as a highly palatable supplement for cattle the makers […]

Grundfos SQFlex submersible pumps adds solar energy for more sustainable power

The extended range of Grundfos solar submersible pumps provides a reliable water supply for stock and irrigation Grundfos has added the SQFlex Large as an extension of its long-standing SQFlex Solar Powered Submersible Pump Range. In addition to lowering on-farm energy use and carbon emissions, the range offers several benefits over traditional grid-based or diesel-powered […]

Primary producer concession information added to Registration Checker app

Users of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator’s (NHVR) Registration Checker app can now check for primary producer concessions across all eastern states and South Australia. NHVR CEO Sal Petroccitto said the free service would allow loaders, packers and other supply chain parties to ensure vehicles were operating under the correct registration. “We’ve responded to feedback […]

Woodchip bioreactors will help farmers reduce fertiliser pollution in waterways

Prototype woodchip bioreactors may reduce nitrogen pollution entering nearby waterways by as much as 85% in the right conditions, according to recent studies Woodchip bioreactors are used around the world, primarily to treat subsurface water drainage. More current designs developed by North Coast Local Land Services can help reduce surface run-off from farms and have […]