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Town And Country Farmer Magazine Town & Country Farmer March/April 2017 Back Issue

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In this issue...

BEES: Native and Introduced Bees – Tiny Farm Helpers
There are approx. 25,000 species of bees on our planet.

MILK: A leap of faith
Guernsey and buffalo. Two Queensland success stories.

TEA TREE OIL: Time to shine for tea tree oil industry
The levy will lead to increased yields.

FLOODS: Be prepared for flood
Australia leads the world in large animal rescue.

DANDELIONS: The courageous and cheerful dandelion has many uses and virtues
Considered a herb by some and a weed by many.

CATTLEMEN: A Time for all Seasons
Teaching the new generation.

WAYNE’S WORLD: Love is in the air
A very special wedding ceremony.

TROUT FARM: Good things come to those who bait
There are about 200,000 fish at any one time

PAWPAWS: The versatile fruit
Truly one of the easiest fruit trees to grow.

ILLAWARRA: A dairy breed for Australia
Noted for their milk production and fertility.

SPECIAL FEATURE: Alpacas
Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association.
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Town & Country Farmer March/April 2017 In this issue... BEES: Native and Introduced Bees – Tiny Farm Helpers There are approx. 25,000 species of bees on our planet. MILK: A leap of faith Guernsey and buffalo. Two Queensland success stories. TEA TREE OIL: Time to shine for tea tree oil industry The levy will lead to increased yields. FLOODS: Be prepared for flood Australia leads the world in large animal rescue. DANDELIONS: The courageous and cheerful dandelion has many uses and virtues Considered a herb by some and a weed by many. CATTLEMEN: A Time for all Seasons Teaching the new generation. WAYNE’S WORLD: Love is in the air A very special wedding ceremony. TROUT FARM: Good things come to those who bait There are about 200,000 fish at any one time PAWPAWS: The versatile fruit Truly one of the easiest fruit trees to grow. ILLAWARRA: A dairy breed for Australia Noted for their milk production and fertility. SPECIAL FEATURE: Alpacas Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association.


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In this issue...

BEES: Native and Introduced Bees – Tiny Farm Helpers
There are approx. 25,000 species of bees on our planet.

MILK: A leap of faith
Guernsey and buffalo. Two Queensland success stories.

TEA TREE OIL: Time to shine for tea tree oil industry
The levy will lead to increased yields.

FLOODS: Be prepared for flood
Australia leads the world in large animal rescue.

DANDELIONS: The courageous and cheerful dandelion has many uses and virtues
Considered a herb by some and a weed by many.

CATTLEMEN: A Time for all Seasons
Teaching the new generation.

WAYNE’S WORLD: Love is in the air
A very special wedding ceremony.

TROUT FARM: Good things come to those who bait
There are about 200,000 fish at any one time

PAWPAWS: The versatile fruit
Truly one of the easiest fruit trees to grow.

ILLAWARRA: A dairy breed for Australia
Noted for their milk production and fertility.

SPECIAL FEATURE: Alpacas
Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association.
read more read less
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