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Aerial video showing machinery and equipment used to plant Wheat, Barley, Lentils and Peas. The two farms featured are in the Boors Plain region near Moonta, South Australia. This area is a 350mm (14") rainfall zone on the Northern Yorke Peninsula. Seeding typically starts in early May and is usually complete by late May.
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Filmmakers Jörn and Tammo Gläser have travelled to different regions of the continent down under several times as part of their documentary series ‘Agriculture in Australia’. This three-part film series looks at a variety of agricultural machines made by different manufacturers as they are put to work over the different seasons and from Western Australia to the island of Tasmania: http://australia.landtechnikvideos.de
A story of an Australian cattle farmers life that will give you a brief insight into what its like to live on a farm in Australia and some of the pros/cons of it. Cinematography/Editing by Jonno Kelly Filmed with a Panasonic GH4 in 4K accompanied with a DJI Ronin M stabiliser and a DJI Inspire 1 drone.
Australia's sheep and wool industry is undergoing a revival, owing to high meat and textile prices and not enough producers to meet the country's demand. Australia relied on sheep for much of its 175 years, before its mining and resources sectors propped up the economy for the past few decades. Al Jazeera’s Yaara Bou Melhem reports from central west New South Wales. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
I was out the wheatbelt for work so I took a little bit of video and threw it together quickly. Still waiting for a proper break to the season. Its a bit dry. The Danish flag is due to the Danish backpacker working on the farm.
In November 2011, Agriculture and Food Security Minister Peter Walsh released a report on "The impact of innovation on the dairy industry over the last 30 years". Dairy Australia and DPI commissioned the evaluation to determine the impact of RD&E investment on industry performance from 1980 to 2010, and to capture learnings for future investment. Dairy Ausatralia Managing Director, Ian Halliday, and DPI Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Research and Development, Bruce Kefford, talk about the findings in this short video...
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Richard Snashall heads to the edge of the NSW Snowy Mountains to visit an old school friend, Ian and his family, and find out about apple farming in Australia. This story was part of the ABC Alpine Stories series, supported by the Australian Alps Program.
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Harvest 2014 Esperance, Western Australia produced by Precision Agronomics Australia. www.precisionag.com.au. Shot with a GoPro Hero 3+ Black and DJI Phantom with a Zenmuse gimbal. Special thanks to all the farmers who lined their headers up for the video.
After two month picking pumpkins we searched a new fruit picking job in the near of Townsville. We get a job on a big mango farm where we worked 7 days a week. Mangos are more easier to pick than pumpkins, but it's not really funny to get a "mango rush" (I've got it) ;-) Don't forget to watch more of my videos on http://www.facebook.comdenniz.abyzz
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Learn the secrets of Australia's Top Organic Farmers. Organic farming is currently receiving a lot of attention. Many farmers are keen to give organics a go but are unsure about the process involved and it's viability. Our one hour video hopes to demystify organic farming by bringing together some of Australia's top commercial organic and non-toxic farmers, and ask them how they manage their enterprises without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. Mark joined a tour led by Nuffield Farming Scholar Don MacFarlane which took in ten different properties including the Victorian Agricultural Research Centre. The great thing about the one hour video is that it allows the farmers involved to tell their own story on why they went organic, how they went about it and whether it has bee...
Lloyd and Lorenzo visit Dave the legendary Marron farmer from Pemberton, Western Australia. Check out the boys handle these magnificent creatures. The visit was arranged by our friends at FACET when we were there for the conference: http://www.facet.asn.au/default.aspx