Wesley Wood

The Australian diet has changed a lot over the past 40 years and people now eat a much more varied diet. That has meant a lot of changes and adapting for farmers. I find it really interesting to look at how much farming has changed for families over the last century. I have been recording some of the stories of how farming has changed by talking to farming families as well as chatting to some agricultural experts to see how farming might change in the next century. I hope this blog will help to inspire people about the Australian farming industry.

Ordering Bulk Grains Saves Time and Money

20 September 2017
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Grains are also commonly referred to as cereals, and they are the edible seeds of various grasses. People consume grains on a daily basis when they eat rice, wheat, corn, rye, among others. Bulk grains are commonly purchased for agricultural purposes, and the grain is stored for use during periods of high demand and low supply. Bulk grains are a great way of saving money and preparing yourself in advance through storage options. Read More …

Agricultural Water Supply: 4 Benefits of Polywater and Rainwater Tanks

19 September 2017
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For the past five years, large parts of Australia have been hit by devastating droughts. Because of these tough conditions, many who work in the agricultural sector have started to invest in rainwater tanks as a way of increasing and preserving their water supply. Below is a guide to 4 benefits offered by polywater and rainwater tanks. Financial savings Water can be expensive. Every time you use the taps, shower, bath, washing machine or irrigate your crops you are drawing water from the public supply. Read More …

Four Benefits of Feeding Your Livestock Correctly

11 September 2017
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Livestock farmers, especially sheep ranchers, exploit every practical means to raise production. A sustained output of optimal volumes of quality meat, milk, wool, hides and skins means good profits and business sustainability, while protein demands of the general public are catered for. Your livestock's growth rate, gestation patterns and overall condition are directly associated with the nutritional variety and balance in your feed. If you are a livestock farmer or manager seeking to raise your farm productivity, you need to practise nutritional profiling of your feed. Read More …

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The Australian diet has changed a lot over the past 40 years and people now eat a much more varied diet. That has meant a lot of changes and adapting for farmers. I find it really interesting to look at how much farming has changed for families over the last century. I have been recording some of the stories of how farming has changed by talking to farming families as well as chatting to some agricultural experts to see how farming might change in the next century. I hope this blog will help to inspire people about the Australian farming industry.

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