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1......."AUSSI JOBS" helps travellers find real Australian work. If you need any enthusiastic staff to help your business, please call Anissa (08)9325-2352, 0409-915309 or go to www.aussijobs.com.au to register.
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20/04/2017
2 WORKIN OZ - Look 2 Us for your staffing needs. All our backpackers complete a livestock, wool handling and seasonal harvest or seeding pre-start induction and skills assessment course before they start with you. Working to match reliable staff to your individual needs. Ley Webster 0497-654631, email:
ley.webster@2workinoz.com.au www.2workinoz.com.au
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20/04/2017
ASSISTANTMANAGE

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20/04/2017
BELFIELD & SONS
REQUIRE AN MC DRIVER Must have current medical, be reliable with good work ethics and be competent with multi trailer setups. They must be prepared to work when required. Phone (08)9841-2533 B/hrs or fax Resume to (08)9841-8064
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20/04/2017
EXPERIENCED AGRONOMIST for mixed cropping NE Wheatbelt to study and implement diversification of land usage and cropping systems, min qualifications Bachelor of Agriculture. Experienced agricultural plant and machinery operator, English language use essential. Own transport is required. Ph: 0409-541747
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20/04/2017
FARMHAND

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20/04/2017
MUSTERERS WANTED East Pilbara Contractor requires mustering staff for upcoming contract. Experience with cattle a necessity. Must be able to ride a 2 wheel motorbike. Work available for up to 4 months for the right person. References required. Email moolyellafencing@gmail.com for more information.
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20/04/2017
PICKINGFOREMAN

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20/04/2017
POSITION VACAN

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20/04/2017
RANZA

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20/04/2017
RURAL ENTERPRIS

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20/04/2017
WE ARE LOOKING FOR AN ACTIVE HUSBAND & WIFE TEAM to manage a station (new lease) which is located in the Yalgoo, Murchison area of WA, this station will be used to run cattle and the applicants will be expected to have good experience in this field. Accommodation & vehicle supplied with remuneration package to be negotiated with the successful applicants, 3 months probation period will also apply. Please email resumes with current and past references, Police clearances to action@action1.com.au
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20/04/2017
BM GNOWANGERUP

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13/04/2017
CATTLE FEEDLOT WORKER. A position exists for an experienced person to work on a cattle feedlot in the Boyup Brook shire. Duties include mixing grains, cattle husbandry and record-keeping. The successful applicant would have experience with farm machinery, cattle husbandry and computing. The applicant should have good interpersonal skills, high personal standards and be flexible in work hours. Neat 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house available for accommodation. Please email CV and references, including national police clearance, to
paultreilly@bigpond.com
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13/04/2017
EXPERIENCED FAR

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13/04/2017
FARM WORKER

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13/04/2017
FITTER/MAINTENA

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13/04/2017
FIXED & MOBILE

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13/04/2017
SEEKING A RETIRING FARMING COUPLE or farm worker who doesn't yet want to move to town. Interested in some caretaking and some paid work. A good house and power in a good area, climate wise and community. Non smokers, with a healthy living lifestyle, police clearance and references. Contact (08)9852-4045
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13/04/2017
WESTCOAST LIVES

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13/04/2017

COMMENTS

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The Minister of Ag can use WA's Gene Technology Act 2006 to manage GM & GM-free crops for market
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Time will judge if they can implement what growers are asking for. Not what a director
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Absolutely agreed. Chinese demand for high-quality protein is increasing, as is demand from
DAIRY farmers in New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia have started cashing in on a deal offering by-products from beer and fruit juice plants as a stock feed supplement for their herds.23 Apr 17 DAIRY farmers in New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia have started cashing in on a deal offering...
CLIMATE change, whether farmers believe in it or not, will have significant impacts on how farming is conducted by 2050, according to agricultural scientist Professor EWR ‘Snow’ Barlow.22 Apr 17 CLIMATE change, whether farmers believe in it or not, will have significant impacts on how farming is conducted by...