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June 2014

North East Farmer, Page 27 PUBLIC NOTICES

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STUD DIRECTORY CAMPBELL FARMS ANGUS

High proďŹ t and easy care cattle

A seasonal adjustment has been declared for the 2013/2014 Annual Use Limits (AUL) for all Goulburn – Murray Water (GMW) customers.

GREAT DEAL

The AUL is a condition of the Water Use Licence that specifies the maximum amount of water, which can be applied annually to a property. This does not change the volume of water available to customers. Customers AUL will revert back on 1 July 2014. GMW, DEPI and local Catchment Management Authorities are continuing a review of Water Use Licences including conditions such as AUL. To assist customers planning for the 2014/15 irrigation season, GMW advises that customers will not be prevented from placing orders if they reach their AUL.

New Case IH Farmall 60B Tractor, 60HP, 3PL, 4 wheel drive, pwr steer, $33,255 without Loader or $38,000 with Loader. Call Ivan from O’Connors Farm Machinery, Shepparton, (03) 5821 4555.

Great Alpine Road, Porepunkah

Manager: Chris Oswin – M. 0427 562 254

Happy Valley Road, Rosewhite

Asst Manager: Tim Brown – M. 0428 535 244

For more information phone GMW on 1800 013 357.

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Wangaratta Monthly Store Cattle Sale Friday, June 20, 2014 (held third Friday of each month)

For further information contact your local representative

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New Case IH Farmall 60B Tractor, 60HP, 3PL, 4 wheel drive, pwr steer, $26,955 without Loader or $31,700 with Loader. Call Ivan from O’Connors Farm Machinery, Shepparton, (03) 5821 4555.

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PAUL WILLIAMS - CHESHIRE & WILLIAMS REPAIRS P/L Ph (03) 5721 4419 mobile 0428 574 195 1 WENHAMS LANE, WANGARATTA

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New Case IH Tractor w/Ldr Maxxfarm 30, 27 HP diesel, auto trans, 4 wheel drive, power steering, front end loader, new warranty, only, $18,000. Call Ivan from O’Connors Farm Machinery, Shepparton, (03) 5821 4555.

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EXPERIENCED COMMERCIAL  ANGUS  PRODUCERS Inspection welcome anytime by appointment

from $2,000 Phone Howard on

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Phone/Fax Alan or Jan Robinson (03) 5728 1534 or (02) 6032 4124

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0411 890 925 FOR SALE

FOR SALE WHEELER STREET

TIMBER & STEEL

Steel, Iron & Timber cut to size New and s/hand doors and windows, steel purlins, pool fencing and vanities. ‡5XEEHUPDWWLQJ .........................................$60 ‡7UHDWHG3LQH +DUGZRRG ........ Various sizes ‡1HZ,URQ ...................................... PHWUH ‡5DLOZD\6OHHSHUV .............................$37 each ‡8VHG'RRUV ......................................$15 each ‡,QVXODWLRQEDJV.................................$25 each ‡&KHDSPHDVKVKHHWV ‡3O\6KHHWVPPPPPPPPPP ‡7HUUDFRWWD3DYHUV[[ ......$3.00 each ‡5RRI7LOHV ......................................$4.00 each $OVRIDUPJDWHVDYLDULHV NHQQHOVDYDLODEOH

SHEPPARTON (03) 5821 3122.

2.3litre - 4 cylinder. Gunmetal Grey. Air con. Power sunroof. Leather interior. Cruise Control. Climate control. 6 x airbags. 6 Stack CD. Power mirrors & Drivers seat. 17 inch alloys. New tyres. 150,000 kms. Serviced regularly. Reg until November 2014. (TUC 063) Will come with roadworthy certificate. Genuine buyers only. $13,750. 0407 727044

Ph/Fax 58289274

Mob: 0437 662 177 (Tony)

web: www.alpineangus.com.au

QUALITY GENETICS

LIVESTOCK

www.campbellfarms.com.au

Owner: Jim Delany – M. 0408 535 658

Customers who believe their AUL is not adequate should contact GMW to discuss options available to them. All authorities would like to remind water users of the need for on farm best practice to ensure sustainable irrigation in the region.

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Robert, Jacci & Tony Campbell and family Caniambo, Vic (midway between Benalla and Shepparton)

Bulls – Females – Embryos

FOR SALE

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Tom 0428 443 263 www.vinesight.com.au CURRENT SEASON PASTURE SILAGE FOR SALE SMALL SQUARE BALES OF HAY SUITABLE FOR HORSES DELIVERY CAN BE ARRANGED Phone Allan Evans 0427 202 324

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Mastitis in freshly calved heifers may result from infection that has occurred during their development since puberty, or in the few weeks immediately before calving. Heifers may be particularly susceptible to infection during the calving period. This is because they tend to spend longer calving, especially on the ground, and they can suffer from some degree of udder oedema that may reduce the ability of the teat and udder tissues to resist bacterial challenge. Factors to aid environmental mastitis control in heifers includes : ‡ PLQLPLVLQJH[SRVXUHWRPXGG\FRQGLWLRQV ‡ PLONLQJWKHPRXWDVVRRQDVSRVVLEOHDIWHUFDOYLQJ ‡ DSSO\HIIHFWLYHWHDWVDQLWLVHUDIWHUHYHU\PLONLQJ

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Environmental mastitis is caused by organisms that survive in the cow’s surroundings, - including, in soil, manure, bedding, calving pads, water, or on body sites of the cow other than the mammary glands. Infection of the udder with these organisms is often opportunistic, taking advantage of circumstances that favour environmental contamination and changes in the mammary gland’s susceptibility to infection. There are many bacteria in the environment and some biological characteristics then enable them to multiply within the udder. Most cases of environmental mastitis occur within a few weeks of calving, when the cow’s natural defence mechanisms are low and their udders have been in contact with mud and manure during calving. However, exposure of teat ends to environmental bacteria can occur at any time - before heifers have their first calf, during calving, at milking time or in paddocks during the lactation or dry periods.. During lactation, factors that predispose cows to infection with environmental bacteria include: milking udders that are wet or dirty, or administering intramammary infusions if the teat orifice is not clean. During the early and late dry periods, absence of the keratin plug in the teat canal may make cows highly susceptible to infection. Bacteria that commonly cause environmental mastitis are Streptococcus uberis or Escherichia coli. Other environmental organisms causing mastitis include other coliform bacteria, Pseudomonas, Nocardia and Corynebacteria. The udder is very susceptible to infection at calving and many infections detected in early lactation are established at calving time.

North East and Goulburn Murray Farmer  

June 2014