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Wagga Inland Dairy Network runs programs to support the region's dairy farmers

Wagga Inland Dairy Network 

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What we do

Wagga Inland Dairy Network (Wagga Inland DN) represents the interests of local dairy farming families regarding research, development, extension and education primarily through the provision of locally delivered on-farm services and professional liaison with Dairy NSW, Dairy Australia and key industry stakeholders.

The Wagga Inland DN has a strong working relationship with Charles Sturt University, particularly in the delivery of on-farm research, technical information delivery and various student support

Geographic area we cover

The Wagga Inland DN covers dairy farms in the south west region of NSW, located in the surrounds (30km) of Wagga Wagga and Tumut are covered by the Wagga Inland DN.

Activities and events

Wagga Inland DN supports training workshops to enhance dairy farmers’ skills across these areas:

  • High quality milk production
  • Herd health
  • Farm productivity
  • Business profitability
  • Managing regulations, and
  • Natural resource management.

Look up current Wagga Inland DN events on the Dairy NSW and RDG events calendar.

Contact 

Rebecca Cole
Email:   coledairy@bigpond.com
Ph:  0409 633 120 

Initiatives

Dairy biosecurity

Dairy biosecurity is vital for protecting your farm. Dairy farmers and their advisors now have access to a new online biosecurity tool to build their skills and adapt their management approach to biosecurity risks.

Hay and grain reports

The hay and grain report is commissioned by Dairy Australia to provide an independent and timely assessment of hay and grain markets in each dairying region. The report is updated 40 weeks per year.

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