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Technology at $7m Mt Gambier plant poles apart from run-of-mill treatment
Revolutionary new green process converts residues into biochar. A low toxicity treated pine fence post that withstands bushfires is the latest example of the South Australian forest industrys commitment to innovation. The Tana post is the result of a $7 million investment by the Mount Gambier-based Roundwood Solutions. Founder Stephen Telford describes his business as …
Steel Sheds Vs Purlin Sheds: Which One Really Reigns Supreme?
A strong and reliable shed is considered a real investment in the agricultural industry. Farmers use sheds to protect their investments from the harsh environments many farmers work through, and shelter livestock from the inclement weather. Due to the value of the possessions and assets kept within the walls of a farm shed, it is …
Key Points To Consider When Building A Hay Shed
Are you planning to build a hay shed or fodder shed on your property? There are many factors that need to be taken into consideration when it comes to building any type of shed. The team at Spanlift have been working collaboratively with both hay producers and exporters in South Australia, and with our experience …
Is a Sheep Yard Cover a Good Investment?
37m Long x 21m Wide Yard Cover, Pt Kenney SA Situated on the North-Western edge of the Eyre Peninsula, Venus Plains is a large Mixed Farming Enterprise consisting of over 7000 Hectares of Arable Farming land. Shearing approximately 10,000 Head of sheep a year, it would be fair to say that a big portion of …
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