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Departmentof Agriculture. Victoria July,1934 VictorianFreedom of Information Act 1982 PartII Statements ■tpwnPiWNim npncwiiiri, irw’II DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE (VA0618) VICTORIANFREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1982 PART If PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS STATEMENT 1: ORGANIZATIONAND FUNCTIONS PageNo. Preliminaries 1 .Establishment . Principal Officer . Address .Acts Administered . Organization and Functions 5-6 (Includingorganization Chart)

  • Bodies PrescribedUnder the FOI Act 6-8

andDepartmental Consultative Arrangements Decision Making Powers 9-57 Appendices Appendix1 - Statutory Bodies Appendix 2 - Advisory Committees Established by Minister Appendix 3 - District Offices and Institutes Appendix 4 -Divisional and Corporate Services Branch Responsibilities STATEMENT 2: CATEGORIESOF DOCUMENTS . Central Correspondence Registry 1-2 Personnel Branch 2-3 • Accounts Branch 3-4 . Media Services Branch 4 Animal Research and DevelopmentDivision 4-6 . Plant Research and DevelopmentDivision 6 . District Industry Services Division 7 . Veterinary Field Services Division 8 . Product Standards and QuarantineDivision 8-13 . Economics and Marketing Branch 13-14 . State Chemistry Laboratory 14-16 BendigoConte MidlandHighway PC Boxl2!> Bendigo V« 3550 Telephone (054148 4505 Telex 38602 VICTORIA150 »*•**«£'«rW*W u DEPARTMENTOP AGRICULTURE (VA0618) STATEMENT 3: FQIARRANGEMENTS , Published Information on FOI 1 FOI Access Arrangements 2 Charges Under the Act 2 Amendment to Personal Records 3 Library Hours 3 Nominated Officer of theDepartment 3 STATEMENT ♦: PUBLICITYSERVICES LiteratureAvailable Free, by Purchase, or by Subscription Services STATEMENT S: PROCEDURESANO GUIDELINES . Manuals, Rules of Procedure 1-3 , Procedures and Guidelines Plant Quarantine Section 3 . Animal Quarantine Section 3-5 Dairy Quality Assurance Services 5 . Plant Standards Branch 5-7 . VeterinaryField Services Division 7 1. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1: ORGANIZATIONFUNCTIONS “---- “ DECISIONMAKING POWER'S 1. PRELIMINARIES Principal Officer: DrD F Smith (Director-General) Location: 166-176 Wellington Parade EastMelbourne 3002 Postal Address: Box4041 GPO MelbourneVic 3001 Telephone: (03)651 7011 Thelocation of all departmental District Centres, Research Institutes and Stations, and Veterinary Laboratories 1s shown as Appendix 3. 1.1 ACTS ADMINISTERED BY THE MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE ** Act (referenceto decision making powers) Sectionof the Department. Statutory Authority, Beard or other body coming within the Minister's portfolio administering each Act. Abattoir and MeatInspection Act 1973 (refer p. 25 & Appendix 1, p. 15) Aerial SprayingControl Act 1966 (refer p. 13) AgriculturalChemicals Act 1958 (refer p. 50) AgriculturalEducation Cadetships Act 1969 ]] (refer p.57) Australian Tractor TestingStation Act 1976 Barley Marketing Act1958 Olvlslonof Product Standards and Quarantine Divisionof District Industry Services StateChemistry Laboratory Extension Directors PersonnelBranch Olvlslonof Plant Research and Development AustralianBarley Board STATEMENT1; 2. OEPAWTHENTOF AGRICULTURE Act (referenceto decision making powers) Sectionof the Department, Statutory Authority, Board or other body coming within the Minister's portfolio administering each Act, Bees Act 1971 (referp. 12 & p. 22) Broiler ChickenIndustry Act 1978 (refer Appendix 1, p. 18) Canned FruitsMarketing Act 1979 Cattle CompensationAct 1967 (refer p. 18) Dried Fruits Act 1958 Egg IndustryStabilisation Act 1983 (refer Appendix 1, p. 9) Farm Produce Merchantsand Commission Agents Act 1965(refer p, 54) Fertilizers Act 1974(refer p. 51) Filled M11k Act 1958

  • (refer Appendix 1, p. 4)

Fruit and VegetablesAct 1958 (refer p. 44) Imitation Milk Act1969 (referp. 9 & Appendix 1, p. 6) Land Settlement Act1959 Margarine Act 1975(refer p. 49) Marketing of PrimaryProducts Act 1958 t Meat InspectionServices Act 1974 Divisionof Veterinary Field Services Divisionof Livestock Industry Services Divisionof Product Standards and Quarantine Divisionof Veterinary Field Services VictorianDried Fruits Board ThePoultry Farmer Licensing Committee ThePoultry Farmer Licensing Review Committee Economicsand Marketing Branch StateChemistry Laboratory StateChemistry Laboratory Filled Milk Advisory Committee 01v1s1onof Product Standards and Quarantine StateChemistry Laboratory Imitation Milk Advisory Committee RuralFinance Commission StateChemistry Laboratory TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board The Tobacco Leaf Marketing Board The Citrus Fruit Marketing Board The Onion Marketing Board (1n liquidation) Divisionof Product Standards and Quarantine 3. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOf AGRICULTURE Act Sectionof the Department, Statutory Authority, Board or other body coming within the Minister’s (reference to decision making powers) portfolio administering each Act. Melbourne(Veterinary School) Lands Act 1970 MelbourneWholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market Trust Act 1977 Milkand Dairy Supervision Act 1958 (refer*p. 35 & Appendix 1, p. 2) MilkBoard Act 1958 H1lkPasteurization Act 1958 (referp. 39 & Appendix 1, p. 2) PoultryLevy (Collection Arrangement) Act 1965 Poultry ProcessingAct 1968 (refer p. 46) Protection of AnimalsAct 1966 (refer p. 34) Ra1n-mak1ng. ControlAct 1967 (refer p. 14) Rural Finance Act1958 Rural Finance andSettlement Commission Act 1961 Seeds Act 1982 (refer p. 46) Sheep Branding FluidsAct 1963 (refer p. 21) Soldier SettlementAct 1958 f Stock (ArtificialBreeding) Act 1962 (refer p. 12 & p. 20) ‘Divisionof Animal Research and Development MelbourneWholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market Trust Divisionof Product Standards and Quarantine DairyProduce Board VictorianDairy Industry Authority Divisionof Product Standards and Quarantine MilkPasteurization Committee The Victorian Egg Marketing Board Divisionof Product Standards and Quarantine Divisionof Veterinary Field Services Division of Product Standards and Quarantine Divisionof District Industry Services RuralFinance Commission Rural Finance Commission Divisionof Product Standards and Quarantine Divisionof Veterinary Field Services RuralFinance Commission Divisionof Veterinary Field Services 4.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1:

Act (reference to decision making powers)

Section of the Department, Statutory

 Authority, Board or other body
 coming within the Minister's
 portfolio administering each Act.
       

Stock Diseases Act 1968

 (refer p. 15)
     

Division of Veterinary Field Services

Stock Foods Act 1958

 (refer p, 52)
     

State Chemistry Laboratory

Stock Medicines Act 1958 (refer p. 12 & Appendix 1, p. 10)

Division of Product Standards and

 Quarantine
       

Swine Compensation Act 1967

 (refer p. 19)
     

Olvlslon of Veterinary Field Services

Tobacco Leaf Industry Stabilization

 Act 1966 (refer Appendix 1, p. 12)
     

Tobacco Quota Committee

 Tobacco Quota Appeals Tribunal
 The Tobacco Leaf Marketing Board
       

Tomato Processing Industry Act 1976

 (refer Appendix 1, p. 13).
     

Division of Crop industry Services

 Tomato Processing Industry
 Negotiating Committee
       

Vegetation and Vine Diseases Act 1958

 (refer p. 39)
     

Division of Product Standards and

 Quarantine
       

Veterinary Research Institute Act 1972

Olvlslon of Animal Research and

 Development
       

Veterinary Surgeons Act 1958

Veterinary Board of Victoria

Victorian Dairy Industry Authority

 Act 1977
     

Victorian Oalry Industry Authority

Western Metropolitan Market Act 1938

Western Metropolitan Market Trust

Wheat Marketing Act 1979

 (refer p. 9)
     

Division of Crop Industry Services

 Australian Wheat Board
       

Wine Grape Processing Industry

 Act 1978

(refer p. 11)

Division of Crop Industry Services

 Wine Grape Processing Industry
 Negotiating Committee
       

Young Farmers' Finance Council ’

 Act 1979
     

Young Farmers' Finance Council

5, STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE Certainprovisions of the Quarantine Act 1908 and the Export Control Act 1982 are administered by officers of the Department of Agriculture on behalf of the Commonwealth Government (refer p. 26 & p. 45). TheDepartment 1s also provided with certain powers under the Stamps Act 1958 (refer p< 22), 1.2 ORGANISATIONANO FUNCTIONS TheDepartment of Agriculture, Victoria, 1s a client-oriented knowledge-based Department which exists to service producers and consumers of agricultural products through three main functions - regulation, research and extension. Regulation1s applied In the administration of legislation regarding standards and procedures so as to maintain the supply, quality and marketability of agricultural products. ResearchIs chiefly concerned with problems facing agricultural production In Victoria which cannot be addressed by private enterprise. Extensioncommunicates knowledge between the Department of Agriculture and Its clients. TheDepartment also has a role In disaster mitigation under the State Disaster Plan. TheDepartment operates three service programs that are directed to maintaining and Improving agricultural productivity and product quality In Victoria through the provision of services to various sectors of the community. TheLivestock Industry Services Program encompasses a range of scientific services directed to Improving the productivity, health and welfare of livestock and the quality and marketing of livestock products. It also seeks the eradication and control of zoonoses (TB, brucellosis, anthrose, leptospirosis, etc.). TheCrop Industry Services Program Includes a range of services directed to Improving the productivity, quality and marketing of horticultural and field crop products. TheCommunity Services Program encompasses a range of scientific services to Government and the community on environmental Issues, disaster relief, analysis and diagnosis and development assistance TheDepartment has a multi-dimensional program/functlonal structure which provides a framework for departmental management and provision of resources and an operational environment within which high standards of performance can be developed and maintained.

DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE. VICTORIA ORGANISATION CORPORATESERVICE BRANCHES AgriculturalEconomics & Marketing Media Services Scientificand Information Services Overseas Projects tegislation/Secrciariat Accounts PROGRAMS CORPORATE SERVICES COMMUNITY SERVICES CROPINOUSTRY SERVICES LIVESTOCKINDUSTRY SERVICES

leaderCamunity & Corporate Services Program

FieldCrops Fruit Crops Row Crops Ornamentals A Turf BeefIndustry Oairy Industry Pasture Industry Pig Industry Poultry Industry Sheep Industry OPERATIONALCHIEFS ysiii Divisionof District Industry Services DistrictOffices Bairnsdale,Ballarat, Benalla, Bendigo, Colac, Eehuca. Hamilton,Horsham, Leongatha, Haffra, Melbourne, Mildura, Seynour, Shepparton, Suan Hill, warragul, Harmambool, Wodonga Institutes; ARIWefribee, A 4 IPRI Kyabram. ORI Ell inbank, PRI Hamilton Laboratories: VRIParkville, VRL Attwood, RVL Bairnsdale, RVL Benalla. RVlBendigo, RVL Hamilton HerdImprovement Services. Division of PlantResearch and Development Institutes: PRIBurnley, HRI Knoxfield, IRI Tatura, VCRI Horsham, RRt RutherglC’ SHRIIrymple Stations: TRAIFrankston, VRS Frankston. IRS Hyrtleford, MRS Walpeup, AgriculturalEngineering Centre Oivision of AnimalResearch and Development Divisionof Product Standards and Quarantine DairyQuality Assurance GilbertChandler Institute of Dairy Technology PlantStandards HeatInspection AnimalQuarantine Bureauof Animal Welfare VeterinaryField Services - Central (Melbourne), South-East (Bairnsdale), North-East(Benalla), North-West (Bendigo), .South-West (Hamilton), ExtensiveLivestock Health Intensive Livestock Health Tuberculosis/Brucellosis StateChemistry Laboratory Oivision ofveterinary Field Services MARCH19B4 6. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE Theoverall goal of the Department Is to maintain and Improve agricultural productivity and product quality 1n Victoria by ensuring that producers and processors are provided with efficient technologies and accurate advice and that demands of consumers for high quality agricultural products are satisfied. TheDepartment employs approximately 3,000 people. Over half of the staff are located 1n country centres and more than half of those located 1n the Melbourne metropolitan area provide specialised Statewide services In research, diagnosis or Inspection. TheDepartment has a six person Directorate comprising the Director-General (Permanent Head), Deputy Director-General and four Assistant Olrectors-General. The Directorate works in close co-operation with the Minister In all aspects of corporate management and planning to Implement Government policy. Each member of the Directorate has a number of corporate responsibilities and In these areas of responsibility each Directorate member relates to the whole Department. An organisation chart of the Department Is shown opposite. Therearc seven Chiefs of Olvlslon and nine major branch heads reporting directly to the Directorate and a total of 71 units. Attached as Appendix 4 1s a listing of the Department's major areas of responsibility broken down by 01v1s1on/8ranch. 1.3 BODIES PRESCRIBED UNDER THE FOI ACT ANDDEPARTMENTAL CONSULTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS 1.3.1 The Minister for Agriculture has ultimateaccountability to Parliament for the operation of the Department of Agriculture and responsibility for a wide range of Acts and Regulations. Most of these Acts and Regulations are administered by the Department of Agriculture. However, there are also a number of marketing, advisory, licensing and other statutory authorities that are directly responsible to the Minister, 1.3.2 Agencies, other than the Department ofAgriculture, prescribed under the FOI Act that come within the Minister of Agriculture's portfolio a. The followingagencies are separately prescribed and, for the purpose of the administration of the FOI Act, are regarded as part of the Department of Agriculture. The Principal Officer Is the Director-General of Agriculture and the officer authorised to make decisions In respect of the FOI Act is the Department's FOI Manager. 7 STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE iamx DairyProduce Board ■ - FilledMilk Advisory Committee ImitationMilk Advisory Committee MilkPasteurization Committee PoultryFarmer Licensing Review Committee StockMedicines Board TobaccoQuota Appeals Tribunal TomatoProcessing Industry Negotiating Committee VictorianAbattoir and Meat Inspection Authority VictorianBroiler Industry Negotiation Committee VictorianWheat Advisory Committee WineGrape Processing Industry Negotiating Committee AgriculturalEngineering Advisory Committee AgriculturalSeed Advisory Committee AnimalWelfare Advisory Committee Aplcultural Research Unit Advisory Committee • ElUnbankDairy Research Institute Advisory Committee FieldCrops Seed Advisory Committee FreshFruit-growing Consultative Committee GilbertChandler Institute of Dairy Technology Advisory Committee HamiltonPastoral Research Institute Advisory Committee HorticulturalSeed Advisory Committee KyabramAnimal and Irrigated Pastures Research Institute Advisory Committee LivestockAdvisory Committee MllduraDistrict Horticultural Consultative Committee OrnamentalPlants Research Advisory committee TurfResearch and Advisory Institute Advisory Council VictorianAgricultural Equipment Liaison Committee VictorianBarley Advisory Committee VictorianCrops Research Institute Advisory Council VictorianIrrigation Research G Advisory Services Committee VictorianOilseeds Advisory Committee VictorianPotato Advisory Committee VictorianPoultry Advisory Committee VictorianTobacco Advisory Committee FOi Code VA1Q64 VA1065 VA1066 VA1486 VA1487 VA1488 VA1490 VA1491 VA1471 VA1492 VA1493 VA1494 #• VAT495 VA1496 VA1497 VA1498 VA1499 VA1500 VA1S01 VA1502 VA1132 VA1133 VA1134 VA1135 VA1136 VA1137 VA1139 VA114Q VA1141 VA1142 VA1143 VA1144 VA1145 VA1146 VA1147 8, DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT1: b. Agenciesseparately prescribed and which administer the FQI Act Independently of the Department of Agriculture (each of these agencies has produced their own Freedom of Information Part II Statements).

Aoencv

PrlndDal Officer

FOI Code

Australian Barley Board

Chairman

VA1469

Citrus Fruit Marketing Board

Chief Executive

VA1468

Melbourne Wholesale Fruit

 and Vegetable Market Trust
     

Chairman

VAT474

Poultry Farmer Licensing Committee

Chairman, VEMB

VA1470

Royal Society for the Prevention

 of Cruelty to Animals
     

President

VA2288

Rural Finance Commission

Chairman

VA1078

Tobacco Leaf Marketing Board

Chairman

VA1454

Tobacco quota Committee

Chairman. TLNB

VA1489

Veterinary Board of Victoria

President

VA1148

Veterinary Specialists

 Qualification Committee
     

President,

 Vet. Bgard
     

VA1472

Victorian Dairy Industry Authority

Chairman

VA0711

Victorian Dried Fruits Board

Chairman

VA1370

Victorian Egg Marketing Board

Chairman

VA1368

Western Metropolitan Market Trust

Chairman

VA1473

Young Farmers' Finance Council

Chairman

VA1460

Appendix1 and Appendix 2 to this statement 11st all prescribed bodies which are treated as Internal to the Department of Agriculture [refer para. 1.3.2(a)]. Appendix 1 lists all Statutory Bodies [other than those In (b) above] showing their name, address, function and decision making powers. Appendix 2 lists all Advisory Committees established by the Minister and provides Information relating to their and function membership. f 9. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 2. DECISIONMAKING POWERS 2.1 DIVISION OFCROP INDUSTRY SERVICES WheatMarketing Act 1979

SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

5

Appointment of members of Victorian

 Wheat Advisory Committee
     

Minister

15(2)(a)

Determination of wheat of a 'prescribed class*

 Tomato Processing Industry Act 1976
     

Minister

SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

6(3)

Assign 1n whole or 1n part the

 registered grower's Interest in
 a contract to another grower.
     

0 Director-General

7(3)

Assign In whole or In part a

 buyer's Interest In a contract
 to another buyer.
     

Director-General

9(2)

Register shall be fcept of all

 growers.
     

Director-General

9(6)

Approval of application for

 registration as a tomato grower.
     

Olrector-General

9(9)

Certificate of registration to

 be Issued.
     

Director-General

9(10)

List of registered growers to be made available upon payment of the prescribed fee. **

Olrector-General

9(11)

Refusal, cancellation or

 suspension of an application for
 registration as a tomato grower.
     

Director-General

10. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 10(3) tin) 11(2) 12(1) 13(1) 13(2) 15(2) 15(7) 15(8) 15(10) 17(3) 18(1) 18(2) 19(1) 20(1) 20(2) 21' Transferof registration from one registered grower to another grower. Notificationof entitlement to a refund of the fee paid. Refundof fee paid. Determinationof appeal against the decision of the Oirector-General Cancellationof registration of a registered grower. Re-reg1strat1onof a grower whose previous registration had been cancelled. Registershall be kept of all registered factories, Approvalof application for registration as a tomato processing factory. Refusal,cancellation or suspension of an application for registration as a . tomato processing factory or of the owner or of both. Certificateof registration to be Issued Transferof registration from the owner of a registered factory to another person, Notificationof entitlement to a refund of fee paid. Refundof fee paid. Determinationof appeal against the decision of the Director-General. Cancellationof registration of a registered factory. Re-reglstrat1onof a factory whose previous registration had been cancelled. List of registered factories tobe published, * ■ Director-General Oirector-General Treasurer Minister Minister Minister Director-General Director-General Oirector-General Oirector-General Director-General Director-General Treasurer Minister Minister Minister Oirector-General Olrector-General Director-General Minister Inspector Minister Minister Klne Grape Processing IndustryAct 1978 'r

SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

Wine Grace Industry Neqotlat1 no Committee

' #

4(2)

Appointment of members

Minister

16

Arbitration

Minister

17

Appointment of persons employed by a

 processor to be a grader for that processor.
     

Olrector-General

18(5)

Cancellation or suspension of appointment

Director-General

18(6)

Determination of appeal against the

 decision of the Olrector-General
     

Minister

20(1)

Power to demand names and addresses

Inspector

11 STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 24(4) 24(5) 24(6) 27(1) Issueof certificates to persons passing an examination for tomato graders. Cancellationor suspension of certificate Determinationof appeal against the decision of the Director-General. Power to demand namesand addresses Tomato Processing Industry Negotiating Committee 29(2) Appointment of members 35 Arbitration t

STATEMENT1: 12. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 2.2 01VISIONOF ANIMAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TheDivision of Animal Research and Development does not administer an Act as such, although the Veterinary Laboratories provide support to the Division of Veterinary Field Services In regard to all Acts administered by that Division, particularly the Stock Olseases Act 1968, Allveterinary officers at the Laboratories are appointed as Inspectors of Stock under the Stock Olseases Act. Inaddition, a responsible officer at each of the Veterinary Laboratories and Research Institutes Is appointed as a SailIff of Crown Lands. TheChief of the Division of Animal Research and Development Is also appointed as Chief Veterinary Inspector and has statutory responsibilities under the Stock Medicines Act 1958, the Stock (Artificial Breeding! Act 1962 and the Bees Act 1971. These responsibilities are detailed in Statement 1, p. 20 and p. 22, and Appendix 1, pp. 10-11. t 13. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENTT: 2.3DIVISION Of DISTRICT INDUSTRY SERVICES AtrialSpraying Control Act 1966 SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISEO 5(1) 7(5) 8(2) 11(1) 11(2) 120) 12(2) 15(1) Grantor refusal of application for certificate entitling holder to act as pilot In command of an aerial spraying aircraft Cancellationof any certificate and any permit held by a pilot convicted of breaches of aerial spraying provisions Requireowners of aircraft to lodge approved security of an approved amount against damage caused by aerial spraying or spray drift Demandthe production of records relating to aerial spraying < Copyrecords relating to aerial spraying Variouspowers of entry and Inspection of sprayed areas and adjoining areas Investigateand make statement available as to whether crop, tree or pasture growth or animal life has been Injured by aerial spraying Delegatepowers and functions under the Act to a Chief of a Division In the Department of Agriculture 01rector-General Director-General Director-General Director-General . 'or person authorised In writing Aperson authorised In writing by Director-General 01rector-General or person authorised In writing Director-General Director-General f STATEMENT1; DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE Rain Making Control Act 1867 SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED 3 8 110) 13(1) Authorisepromotion of rainfall and modification of cloud processes 1n Victoria by artificial means for Improving primary production, water storages and reducing fire-danger In forest areas or for any other sufficient purpose Authoriseralh-maklng operations to be carried out 1n Victoria to promote rainfall In adjoining States Ministerof Agriculture or person authorisedIn writing Ministerof Agriculture or person authorised In Writing Orderrestraint of commencement of unauthorised rain-making operations or order discontinuance of unauthorised rain-making operations Requestreport concerning rain-making operations of authorised body or Officer Ministerof Agriculture or person authorisedin writing Ministerof Agriculture or person authorised In writing STATEMENT1: 15. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 2.4 DIVISION OFVETERINARY FIELD SERVICES StockDiseases Act 1968 - Part I

SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED


4 (1)

Make Orders as are required for the

 purpose of the Act
     

Governor 1n

 Council
   

     

4 (2)

Any Order published In the Government

 6azette may be revoked varied or altered.
     

Governor In

 Council
   

     

4 (3)

(a) Oeclare any contagious or infectious disease to be subject

 to the Act;
     

Governor 1n

 Council
   

     

     

(b) Declare portions of the State to be

 free. Infected, controlled or
 eradication areas In respect of
 disease;
     

Governor In

 Council
   

     

     

(c) Prohibit or restrict the Introduction of stock or animal

 product fodder
     

.Governor 1n

 Council
   

     

6.1(a)

Authority to enter vessels or premises

 to Inspect stock
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

6.1(b)

Impose quarantine restrictions on aircraft

 vessels or premises where diseased stock
 are held
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

6.1(c)

To seize, destroy or order to be destroyed

 diseased stock
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

6.1(d)

Order the decontamination of aircraft,

 vessels or premises contaminated by
 diseased stock
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

6.1(e)

Remove quarantine or restrictions Imposed

 by an Inspector of stock
     

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

6A (1)

Order 1n writing the Isolation of

 diseased stock
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

6A (2)

Order an agent to- Isolate diseased stock

Inspector of Stock



16.



STATEMENT V

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE



19 (2)

Require owner or person In charge of

 licensed premises to produce records
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

15 (4)

Approve the feeding to pigs of offal from

 licensed premises which has been treated
 by boiling
     

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

15 0)

Authorise the sale of chickens from eggs

 of fowl tested for pullorum disease
     

Minister


17 1(2)

Provides conditions under which a licence

 shall not be granted for the purpose of
 hatching an egg for sale of a chicken
     

Minister


18 (1)

General provisions under which terms the

 Minister may Issue a licence under the Act.
     

Minister


18 (3)

Provisions under which terms the Minister

 may revoke a licence Issued under the Act.
     

Minister



Stock Diseases Act 1968 - Part II



SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED


21 0)

Authority to enter premises and vehicles

 to Inspect sheep
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

21 (5)

Mark or brand sheep for Identification

 purposes
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

23 (1)

Order an owner to treat sheep for footrot

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

23 (2)

Order the Isolation of treated sheep until

 certified free of footrot
     

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

23 3.4.5

Revoke or confirm order to treat sheep for

 footrot on appeal of owner
     

Minister


23 (8)

Order the sale of footrot affected sheep

Minister


25 (3)

Consent to the sale of footrot affected

 sheep under certain conditions
     

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

25 (1)

Order the removal or disposal of sheep

 affected by footrot
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

     

17,


STATEMENT 1

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


26 (2)

An order made under 26(1) may be directed

 to the owner or the agent on behalf of
 the owner.
     

Inspector of

 Stock
       

30 (2)

Control the Introduction of sheep In a

 footrot controlled area
     

Inspector of

 Stock
       

32

Publication of the name and address of

 properties under quarantine
     

Minister

33 (1)

General powers within the footrot control

 area regarding entry, Imposition of
 quarantine, prescribed restrictions and
 ordering of cleansing premises etc,
     

Inspector of

 Stock
       

(2)

Restrictions Of use of quarantine.

Inspector of stock

(3)

Require certain sheep to be sold for

 slaughter because of footrot.
     

Minister

(4)

Any quarantine of restrictions Imposed

 may be removed on the recommendation
 of an Inspector.
     

Chief Inspector

 Of Stock
       

     

Stock Diseases Act 1968 - Part III

9




SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

Foot and Mouth Olsease and Proclaimed Diseases'


38 (2)

Proclamation of Foot and Kouih Disease

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
       

39

Establishment of Foot and Mouth Olsease

 Eradication Fund
     

Treasurer

40

Sources of payment Into "Foot and Mouth

 Fund'
     

Treasurer

42

Compensation payable under the Act

Inspector of Stock

44 (1)

Determination of the value of compensation

 to be paid
     

Minister

49 (1)

Appointment of inspectors, assistant to

 Inspectors and valuers
     

Minister


18.



STATEMENT 1

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE



49 (2)

Appoint Inspectors to have powers as

 Inspectors of Stock
     

Minister


(3)

Authority for Inspector to seize or

 destroy contaminated, stock or property
     

Minister



Stock Diseases Act 1968 - Part IV



SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED


52

Power to make regulations

Governor in

 Council
   

     

     

Cattle CoraoenSatlon Act



SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED


Ml)

Valuation of stock to be destroyed to be

 based on agreement between an inspector of
 stock and the owner
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

«  (2)

Authority to sell the carcass, hide and

 offal of any stock which are destroyed.
     

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

7 (3)

Authorisation of claims received after

 the 30 day time limit.
     

Minister


7 (4) C

When the owner fails to prove that the

 Stamp Outy payable under this Act. and
 any corresponding previous enactment has
 duly been paid,compensation may be refused.
     

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

7 (4) 0

Compensation may be refused where the owner

 falls to comply with the Act and
 Regulatlsns thereunder.
     

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

8

In certain cases diseased stock are not

 bound to be destroyed.
  1. .'

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

STATEMENT 1

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE



10 «)

If there are Insufficient funds, payments

 for compensation funds may be appropriated
 from Consolidated Revenue,
     

Treasurer


14 (1)

Recommend any person carrying on business

 as a stock and station agent as an
 approved agent under the Act,
     

Comptroller of

 Stamps
   

     

16 (2)

Recovery of any unpaid duty.

Comptroller of

 Stamps
   

     

21 (1)

Power to make regulations under the Act

Governor In

 Council
   

     

     

Swine Comoensatlon Act



SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISE!*1


6 (1)

Valuation of stock to be destroyed Is to

 be based on agreement between an Inspector
 of stock and the owner.
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

6 (2)

Authority to sell the carcass, hide and

 offal of any stock which are destroyed.
     

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

7 (3)

Authorisation of claims received after the

 30 day time limit.
     

Minister


7 (4) C

When the owner falls to prove that the

 Stamp Duty payable under this Act, and any
 corresponding previous enactment has duly
 been paid, compensation may be refused.
     

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

7 (4) 0

Compensation may be refused where the

 owner falls to comply with the Act and
 Regulations thereunder.
     

Chief Inspector

 of Stock
   

     

8

In certain cases diseased stock are not

 bound to be destroyed.
     

Inspector of

 Stock
   

     

10 (4)

If there are Insufficient funds, payments

 for compensation funds may be appropriated
 from Consolidated Revenue,
     

Treasurer


14(1)

Recommend any person carrying on business

 as a stock and station agent as an approved
 agent under the Act,
     

Comptroller of

 Stamps
   

    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

STATEMENT1: 21. DEPARTMENTOF \SRICULTURE 16(2) Recovery of any unpaid duty. 21(1) Power to make regulations under the Act Comptrollerof Stamps GovernorIn Council Stock(Artificial Breeding) Act 1962 SECTION POWER BVWHOM EXERCISED ChiefVeterinary Inspector ChiefVeterinary Inspector ChiefVeterinary Inspector ChiefVeterinary Inspector 6 (2) Issue of licencesfor collection, dilution, Minister chilling,freezing or processing of semen, 7 (2) Issue of licencesmay be siiPJect to various Minister termsand conditions specifying such items as the Amount 0f semen which may be stored, the sires or breeds of sires from which remen may be stored, the persons, bodies organisations to which semen may be delivered or sold and the district or area within which semen may be distributed after sale. 7 (3) Revoke,suspend, amend or vary any Minister licenceissued 8 (2) Grant or refusean application Minister 4 (1) Approval of siresfor use in Artificial Breeding. 5 (1) Revolje anapproval under section 4 (1) SA (1) Approval forthe sale and use of Imported semen. 5A(3) Revoke an approval under section SA (1) 9 (1) Authorise any veterinary surgeon to enter Chief Veterinary licensed premises for the purposes of Officer examiningand testing stock f 21* STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 9 (2) a, Powersnecessary to give effect to the Act, Inspector of b, c, d Including powers to enter premises and Stock examinerecords or registers required to be kept, enter and Inspect any land building premises or place he reasonably believes Is being used for collection storage or packing of semen for sale or for the artificial breeding of stock, enter and search any vehicle believed to be used for the conveyance of semen. 10A (b) Issue ofapprovals to use semen from non approved bulls. ChiefVeterinary Inspector 108 (1) Overrule anydecision by the Chief Veterinary Inspector on appeal. Minister 12(1) Prohibit the use of imported semen. GovernorIn Council 12 (2) Revoke any proclamation and revoke Governor In or vary any order made pursuant to this Council Actor vary any order made pursuant to this Act. 13 (1) Make regulationsnecessary to give effect to the Act Governorin Council SheepBranding Fluids Act 1963 SECTION POWER 8VWHOM EXERCISED

4 (2)

A substance having been tested may be

 declared suitable.
     

Minister

4 «3>

A substance having been tested may be

 declared unsuitable.
     

Minister

5 <1)

A sample of any substance used to mark or

 brand sheep or wool and a sample of any
 wool on which the substance has been used
 may be taken or seized for the purposes
 of testing or analysis.
     

Inspector

22. STATEMENTT; DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE

5 (3)

Any container that contains any substance

 used for marking or branding of any sheep
 or wool may be seized.
     

Inspector


Starnes Act 1958


SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

36 (1)

Require any person at any reasonable time

 to produce for Inspection any books,
 records, papers or documents In his custody
 or possession or control the Inspection
 whereof may send to secure the payment of
 cattle stamp duty, or to prove or lead to
 discovery of any fraud or omission In
 relation to any such stamp duty and may
 inspect the same and take any extracts
 therefrom.
     

Inspector of

 Stock
       

     

Bees Act 1971


SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

4 (I)

Declaration of disease or parasite

Governor In

 Council
       

4 (2a)

Declaration of disease sreas

Governor In

 Council
       

4 (2b)

Prohibit the Import Into Victoria of

 bees, honey, honeycomb hives or
 appliances
     

Governor In

 Council
       

4 (4)

The power to alter or revoke any

 proclamation under this Section at any
 time.
     

Governor In

 Council
       

4 (5)

To declare any person who contravenes or

 falls to comply with any proclamation
 guilty of an offence against the Act
     

Governor In

 Council
  

23. STATEMENT 9 (5) 11(1) 13(1) 13 (2) 14 (1) 14(2) 14(3) 16(4) 19 (2) 20 (2) 20 (5) 21 (2) DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 1: Appropriatemonies In bees compensation fund and devote such a sum to the Improvement and development of the Industry Authorityto enter and inspect premises Orderdestruction of diseased bees Destroybees or cause them to be destroyed at the expense of the owner if within 24 hours the owner has not compiled with the direction. Ordera beekeeper to clean and disinfect any hive, honey, beewax, appliances or other articles that are liable to spread disease Ordera beekeeper to destroy such articles within a specific amount of time If value of property to be destroyed exceeds $200 Toorder to be destroyed at the expense of the owner, any article/artlcles that have not been destroyed/cleansed/ disinfected within the time specified. Nominationof a third party 1n the event of a dispute Prohibitthe removal of any bees, hives, honey or other thing which 1s believed to be diseased Orderthat bees be transferred to another hive or the hive to be adjusted if the hive or honeycomb cannot be readily handled for inspection. Transferbees and, 1f appropriate, destroy hives at the owners expense 1f the order has not been complied with 1n a specified length of time. Givea beekeeper not less than seven days notice to attend his hives except where there are reasonable grounds for believing the hives to be infected with disease, In which case the beekeeper may be advised accordingly. Minister Inspector Inspector Inspectoror authorised person Inspector Minister Minister Minister Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector STATEMENT1; DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 22(1) Dispose of abandoned hives 26 Tosupervise and 1f necessary carry out any orderthat Is In accordance with the provisions of the Act or Regulations, that Is Issued by an Inspector. Inspector Anyauthorised person 25. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 2.5 DIVISIONOF PROOUCT STANDARDS AND QUARANTINE Abattoirand Meat Inspection Act 1973 SECTION POKER BYWHOM EXERCISED 10(2) Chargingprescribed fees for Inspection ofanimals and meat and examination certificates given by Inspectors 10(6) Withdrawalcf Inspection services from meatestablishments for non-payment of outstanding fees 11(5) Powersnecessary to give effect to the Act,Including powers such as powers of entry and Inspection, power to stop and Inspect vehicles, power to brand meat, power to seize certain meat and power to condemn meat as unfit far human consumption 13 Variouspowers such as power to seize ordetain certain meat, power to require production of documents, power to take samples, power to prohibit the slaughter of defective or diseased animals and power to condemn diseased or unfit animals prior to slaughter 14(1) Prohibitingthe use of meat establishmentswhich are unsuitable Director-General Director-General Inspector Inspector ChiefInspector 14(2A) Amend, vary or revoke an order or Chief Inspector prohibitionmade under section 14(1) 16(4) Obtaining samples of any food or Inspector Ingredientthereof 20 Permitting the reception at abattoirs Inspector 1n of certain diseased animals chargeat an abattoir r 26. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 38(1) 38(2) 47 48 Powers necessary to give effect to Inspector theAct, Including powers such as powers of entry and inspection of knackeries, pet food establishments and retail pet meat shops, powers to stop and Inspect vehicles suspected of carrying pet meat or pet food for tale, powers to colour meat, powers to Inspect and make copies of records, powers to have meat treated In a boiling down works, powers to take specimens Prohibitthe removal from knackeries, pet food establishments and retail pet meat shops any pet food processed or prohibit the use of these premises for processing pet food Giveevidence against a person who contravenes any provision of this Act MakeRegulations under this Act with respect to all aspects of fees, licensing standards, hygiene, record keeping, branding, inspection, refrigeration, construction, drainage, humane slaughter, animal welfare, etc. of both human and pet food establishments. ChiefInspector Inspector Governor1n Council QuarantineAct 1908 Allof the following powers are exercisable by Quarantine Officers proclaimed under the Act, These powers are exercised on behalf of the Commonwealth. SECTION POWER 16(1) Torequire by order In writing an owner or master of a vessel goingfrom one port 1n the Commonwealth to another to cause his vessel to be cleansed, disinfected, fumigated, and treated against rats, mice. Insects or disease agents, 17 Toorder a vessel Into quarantine so that It will be subject to quarantine. 27 STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 25 26A 2B(1) 28(2) 28(3) 28(4) 33(1) 33(2) 33(3) 34(1) 35(1) 35(1A) Torequire the master of a vessel to bring the vessel to, and to provide reasonable means to facilitate the boarding of such vessel. Toapprove a place If authorised by the Director of Quarantine to grant such approvals to where a master of a sea vessel, subject to quarantine, shall bring such a vessel. Toenquire of the master or medical officer of any overseas vessel of.the health of his crew, passengers, the sanitary condition of the vessels, existence of disease at port of departure etc, of the existence at any time of any animal on his vessel. Torequire the answers of such questions to be given In writing or orally. Torequire the medical officer or master to verify any answers by declaration 1n writing. Totake such a written declaration. Togrant pratique to a vessel at or about to arrive at a port. Torefuse to grant a vessel pratique If he has reasonable grounds to believe Section 75A applies. Togive the master a certificate of pratique as*soon as practicable after a vessel arrives at the port where radio pratique has been granted. To: (a) refrain fromgranting pratique; (b) permit the vessel to proceed on her voyagewithout performing quarantine: (c) permit anypassengers and other effects to be landed; (d) permit any cargo on the vessel to be landed,where he Is satisfied that no person on board is actually suffering from any quarantinable disease but Is not satisfied the vessel 1s free from Infection. Toorder Into quarantine (by order In writing) any vessel, person, or goods being or likely to be Infected with a quarantinable disease or a source of such. Toorder Into quarantine any person who Is or has been on board an overseas vessel, and'who has failed to satisfy the quarantine officer that he has within the prescribed period been successfully vaccinated or Innoculated against a prescribed disease. t 28. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 35(1AA) 35(2) 35AA(1) 35AA(4) 35AA(5) 35A(1) 35A(1) 35A(1) 36(2) 41(1) 43 44A(2) 44A(3) 44A(4) Toorder Into quarantine any goods in the Cocos Islands that are or are likely to be Infected with or a source of a disease affecting animals and plants. Toorder Into quarantine a vessel that has arrived from a proclaimed place. Torequire a person, being an Immigrant, whom the quarantine officer Is not satisfied not to be suffering from active pulmonary tuberculosis, to undergo a medical examination. Toorder such a person Into quarantine. Torelease under quarantine surveillance such a person ordered nto quarantine. Tocertify that measures of quarantine are necessary to prevent the spread of disease when a communicable disease Is found aboard a vessel. Todirect such measures to be taken as necessary for the disinfection of a vessel having a communicable disease on board. Toorder Into quarantine any person suffering or suspected of suffering or to have been exposed to Infection from a communicable disease and being aboard a vessel subject to quarantine or any other vessel. Todirect a vessel which has been ordered Into quarantine for cleansing etc, to be taken to a prescribed place for the purpose. Toremove from a vessel any person on board a vessel subject to quarantine and convey such persons to and detain them In a quarantine station. Toorder any vessel 1n quarantine to be cleansed and disinfected In such a manner as he directs. Topermit a person to remove from a prescribed vessel any goods subject to quarantine and not being cargo. Topermit the master of a prescribed vessel to permit the removal from the vessel any goods subject to quarantine not being cargo. Todirect a person not to land from a prescribed vessel any goods on that vessel that are subject to quarantine and form part of the cargo to be landed. f STATEMENT 44A(5) 448(1} 44B{2) 44C(1) 44C(2) 44C(3) 440(1) 440(2) 45(3) 4S(3A) 46A 48(2) 29. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 1: Topermit a person to land goods, being subject to quarantine and forming part of the cargo, from a prescribed vessel, at a place other than a part of the precincts of a wharf or the approved part of an airport. Topermit goods, that are subject to quarantine to form part of the cargo of the vessel, to be moved by a person from the part of the precincts of the wharf or airport where they have been landed or from the place to where they have been removed without permission etc unless they cease to be subject to quarantine. Tospecify the conditions under which a person may transmit goods which form part of the cargo, from the part of the precincts of the wharf or airport where the goods were landed to a port at which goods are permitted to enter Australia or Cocos Islands. Toexamine any Imported goods which have not been released from quarantine. Torelease goods from quarantine and permit the goods to be delivered to the Importer where such may be done without risk of bringing 1n a disease affecting persons, animals or plants. To order Into quarantine goods which on Importation have notbeen released from quarantine. .' (Undersection 44(c) 'goods* does not include an animal within the meaning of S.52 or a plant, vide 44C(5)1 Toexamine any Imported goods which have been released from quarantine. Toorder goods, which have been examined after having been released from quarantine, back Into quarantine. 1f the officer is of the opinion that there Is a danger of the goods spreading disease affecting persons, animals or plants. Torelease a person under quarantine svrvelllance, who has been ordered Into quarantine but 1n the opinion of a quarantine officer is not actually suffering from a quarantlnable disease. Todirect a person, under quarantine surveillance, as to when and where to report. Toapprove a place other than a quarantine station as a place where goods may perform quarantine. Todestroy goods which have been ordered Into quarantine but which cannot be effectively treated or disinfected and ought not to be released from quarantine owing to the risk of Infection, providing Value does not exceed 1200 when Ministerial approval needed. STATEMENT1: 30. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 48A(1) 48A(2) 520) 52(2) & 52(3) 52(4) 53^1) 53(2) 53(3) 54(1) 54(2) Todestroy or otherwise dispose of goods that are performing quarantine and In relation to which the owner has advised CQO In writing he does not wish to take possession of them and thus have been forfeited. Todestroy or otherwise dispose of goods that have been ordered Into quarantine and 1n regard to which the owner has been notified that they may be released and collected, and In relation to which the owner has failed to collect within 30 days of notification, and which therefore have been forfeited to the Commonwealth, Toexamine an Imported animal as defined S.52(6) that has not been released from quarantine (Quarantine Officer prescribed for the purpose). Toauthorise a person In order that he may examine an Imported animal as defined $.52(6) that has not been released from quarantine (A quarantine officer prescribed for the purpose of examining animals). Topermit an animal (as defined S.52(6) ) to be delivered to the Importer, where there Is no reason to suspect that such an animal Imported Into Australia or the Cocos Island (otherwise than where It Is performing quarantine for Importation Into Australia) Is not suffering from any disease or 1s a sgurce of Infection of a disease, either as being released from quarantine or as being released under quarantine surveillance. Toorder Into quarantine an animal (as defined S.52(6) ) that Is not permitted to be delivered to the Importer. Toexamine any Imported plant that has not been released from quarantine. Torelease a plant from quarantine and permit It to be delivered to the Importer where there 1s no danger of bringing disease Into Australia or Cocos Islands. Toorder Into quarantine a plant where such a plant Is not released from quarantine. Toexamine an Imported animal defined under S.52(6) or plant that has been released from quarantine. Toorder Into quarantine an animal defined under S.52(6) which has been examined after having been released from quarantine and the officer Is of the opinion that the animal 1s suffering from a disease. r 31. STATEMENT 54(3) 55A(1) 64(2) 68 68A 69 69A(6) 70(1) 70(2) 70A(1) 70A(2) 70B(2) 706(3) DEPARTMENTOf AGRICULTURE 1: Toorder a plant Into quarantine where after examination the officer 1s of the opinion that there Is a danger of the plant spreading a disease. Toexamine and order Into quarantine any goods being or likely to be affected with disease affecting animals or plants or which contain or appear to contain any Insect or pest or disease agent. Torefuse to grant a permit for the landing or removal of any animals, plants or goods until security Is given for payment of expenses payable to the Commonwealth. Toseize and dispose of In accordance with the Regulations any animal plant or goods Imported Into Australia 1n contravention of the legislation and which has been forfeited. Todestroy an animal where the master of a vessel falls to comply with directions of Chief Quarantine Officer or as prescribed In relation to control or confinement of an animal brought Into a port or place and not for Importation. Toseize any animal, plant or goods subject to quarantine which are found outside an animal quarantine station and convey them to a quarantine station. • Tocause written notice of destruction to be given to the owner where goods are destroyed under Section 48 and where the officer knows the name and address of the owner. Toboard any vessel and: (a) enterand Inspect any part of the vessel; (b) Inspectany animal or goods aboard the vessel; and (c) Inspect arty papers related to the vessel orto any person, animal or goods on board. Torequire the master of a vessel to produce papers for Inspection Tosearch any baggage removed from an overseas vessel. Toquestion persons associated with baggage being searched. Toquestion a person who has Information In respect of ‘prescribed goods*. Torequire a person who has custody or control of documents etc 1n respect of 'prescribed goods' to produce such documents etc as specified. 32. STATEMENT 70B(4) 70B(5) 708(6) 700(1) &(2) 720) 72(5) 72(6) 73(1) 73(2) 73(3) 74(1) 74AB(1) 74AB<2) 74AB(4) DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE Torequire a person who Is the owner or agent of owner of 'prescribed goods1 to deliver samples of such goods as specified. Tomake copies or take extracts from documents or records produced and to remove documents and records from where produced for the purpose of making copies. Tocarry out tests or cause tests to be carried out on samples (Including tests that result 1n the destruction or reduction of the value of the sample or of the package or goods associated with the samples). Togive direction relating to the movement of persons or goods subject to quarantine. Torequire the master of a vessel to muster all or any persons on a vessel for medical inspection or examination. Torequire a person who attends a quarantine Inspection to answer questions as to personal health and hts likelihood to have been exposed to Infection. Torequire a person who attends a quarantine Inspection to submit to medical examination. Toenqutre of the master or medical officer of any vessel concerning any sickness on the vessel or the sanitary condition of the vessel. Toenquire of any person subject to quarantine to answer questions concerning personal health or liability to Infection, Torequire a person to verify by Statutory Declaration answers to questions. Toaffix any prescribed notice In relation to quarantine on a vessel or near a quarantine station or quarantine area or on any goods In quarantine. Toenter premises with the consent of the occupier for the purpose of examining goods pursuance of a 'prescribed provision1 of the Act (means Section 44C* 440, 52. 53, 55A - Sec, 74AB(5)]. Toapply to a JP for a warrant authorising the Quarantine Officer to enter premises for the purpose of examination. (The right to enter premises includes the right where the examination Is to be made by a person other than a Quarantine Officer for that person to accompany the Quarantine Officer). Tosearch premises for goods to be examined. 33. STATEMENT1 74AB(4) 74A(1) 74A(2) 74A(4) 74A(5) 746(1) 746(2) 746(4) 740(1) 740(1) 74E(1) 75(1) 75A(3) 75A(4) DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE Tobreak open or unpack and search any receptacle on the premises. Toenter premises with the consent of the occupier to exercise functions of a quarantine officer. Toapply to a JP for a quarantine warrant to authorised entry and exercise the functions of Animal Quarantine Officers where he believes that the premises contain,'Infected goods' vide S.74A(9). Tocarry out such functions when premises are entered as defined. Toexercise defined functions In relation to a vehicle which leaves premises without permission where the premises searched etc Toenter premises with the consent of the occupier to search for documents. Toapply to a JP for a warrant authorising a Quarantine Officer to enter the premises where there are believed to be examinable documents to search for documents. ExaminableDocuments defined S.746(5). Tocarry out such functions when premises are entered as defined. Togive the person 1n control of a vehicle believed to be carrying Infective goods or goods subject to quarantine,•directions to take measures considered necessary to prevent spread of disease. Tostop or detain a vehicle for the purpose of giving directions. Torequest a 'person' In control of Imported goods to provide reasonable assistance to the Quarantine Officer to perform his duties. Torequire a person subject to or In quarantine to be vaccinated where vaccination Is necessary for the prevention of the spread of quarantlnable disease (S.75(2) ). Toboard a •prescribed vessel’ which has been Involved In ’certain offences’. Prescribedvessel - S.75A(1). To: (a) detainthe prescribed vessel at the place where found; (b) bring the prescribed vessel to such other placedeemed appropriate, 75A(5) To take withhim and to have assistance (defence force or other persons necessary) for the purpose of detention of a prescribed Vessel, 34. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 75A(8)(c) To coot!)ue to detain the vessel unless the Minister directs otherwise and to serve notice on the master of the vessel. 75A(14) To destroy: (a) anyanimal or plant; or (b) any goods (other animal or plant) considered tobe a source of Infection onboard a prescribed vessel which has been detained. 75B(1) To destroy ananimal aboard a "prescribed overseas vessel" In Australia or Cocos island being an animal that has travelled on that vessel unless arrangements exist or are to be made to ensure the animal will not leave the vessel. "prescribedoverseas vessel" - S,75B(2). 78A(1) To order anyvessel In port 1n an Insanitary condition favourable to the spread of communicable disease to be cleansed, fumigated, disinfected or treated. 78A(2) To order anyvessel to be taken to an appointed place for the ' purpose of cleaning etc. Ministermay order vessel from one port or place to another port or place 1n Australia for cleaning etc - S.1%A(3). 788 Todirect the master of a vessel In an Insanitary condition to moorIt at a specified place 1n the port In lieu of exercising powers under S.78A(l). 86C Toadminister oaths or take declarations.

Protection of Animals Act 19M

SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

11AC2)

Issue of a Rodeo Permit

Minister

HA<3)

Revoke or vary a Rodeo Permit

Minister

11A(4)

Make regulations

Governor In

 Counctl
       

21(1)

Issue of authority to lay Informations

Minister

35. STATEMENT1; DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE Milkt Dairy Supervision Act 1958

SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISEO

6(1)

Appoint Dairy Produce Board

Governor in

 Council
       

6(2)

Select from nominated persons to serve on

 Dairy Produce Board
     

Minister

6(4){a)

Appoint Chairman of Dairy Produce Board

Governor 1n

 Council
       

6(5)

Fill vacancies

Governor In

 Council
       

9(1)

Hold examinations for candidates for

 certificates as testers and graders,
 buttermakers and cheesemakers
     

Dairy Produce

 Board
       

9(4)

Issue cerfltlcates to candidates who passed

 exams

Dairy Produce

 *Board
       

10

Prescribe subjects of examinations

Governor In

 Council
       

11

Cancel, suspend certificates if person bolding

 them falls to carry out his duties
     

Dairy Produce

 Board
       

13(5)

Exempt creamery from employing testers and

 graders for period up to 6 months with
 approval of Minister
     

Oalry Produce

 Board
       

13(8)

Exempt factory or store from employing tester

 and grader, buttermaker or cheesemaker for
 period up to 6 months with approval of
 Minister
     

Oalry Produce

 Board
       

23(1)

Enter factory, store or ship and examine

 product
     

Inspecting Officer

23(2)

Require dairy produce with different

 grade to that Indicated to be re-marked
     

Inspecting Officer

24(1)

Seize produce which Is not correctly marked

 or remarked and disposed, of as determined by
 Oalry Produce Board
     

Dairy Produce

 Board
  

36.

STATEMENT 1

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


270)

Issue licences to factory or store

Minister

27(6)

Compute fee for factory or store which has

 not been previously licensed
     

Minister

28

Inspect factory records

Inspecting Officer

29

Refuse to Issue licences In certain cases

Minister

30

Cancel licence for a factory

Minister

31(1)

Issue licence for factory for cheese

 manufacture only
     

Minister

31(l)(a)

Specify varieties of cheese manufactures

Minister

31(3)

Cancel licence where conditions are not

 compiled with
     

Minister

31(4)

Vary conditions of licence

Minister

32(1)

Power at all reasonable times to enter

 dairy farm factory or store and examine
 same, take samples and conduct any
 prescribed tests •

m

Inspecting Officer

33(1)

Direct dairy produce Intended for export

 to be examined and check graded
     

Governor In

 Council
       

36(1)

Prescribe maximum overrun allowed In

 manufacture of butter
     

Governor In

 Council
       

44(1)

Require apparatus for measuring and testing

 dairy produce to be verified
     

Chief Chemist

 Department of
 Agriculture
       

46(2)

Seize receptacle used for storing or

 conveying milk or cream and contents which
 do not comply with Act and treat or destroy
 as prescribed
     

Inspecting Officer

50

Appoint Inspecting officer

Governor In

 Council
       

51

Authorize officers to prosecute

Minister

53

Make regulations

Governor In

 Council
  

t 37.

STATEMENT 1

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


mL.il

59(4)

Appoint Chief, Division of Dairying and Chief

 Veterinary Inspector to control and direct
 Supervisors
     

Minister

5(b)

Appoint examiners for Dairy Supervisors Exam

Governor 1n

 Council
       

61(l)(a)

License dairy farm, dairy or factory

Minister

61(1)(b)

Determine period of licence

Minister

61(5)

set fee for dairy farm not used In previous

 12 months
     

Minister

62(4)

Determine fee for new dairy farm

Minister

62(5)

Cancel licences Issued under Part II

Minister

63(1)

Require owners of dairy farms,

 dairy or factory to furnish assistance
     

Supervisor

63(1)

Require factory to furnish returns

 each month of milk and cream purchased
     

Minister

»

63(2)

Require dairy or factory to supply names and

 addresses of persons supplying milk and cream
     

Supervisor

65(1)

Proclaim any portion of Victoria as milk area

Governor In

 Council
       

67(1)

Prohibit use of any cow for up to 14 days 1f

 produce considered deleterious to health
     

Supervisor

67(2)(b)

Prohibit use of cow for any period considered

 necessary
     

Chief Veterinary

 Inspector
       

69(1)

Ascertain If cows likely to yield unwholesome

 milk
     

Supervisor

70

Proclaim notifiable diseases of animals

Governor In

 Council
       

71(1)

Require owner of dairy farm or dairy to

 notify when any animal Vs affected with
 notifiable disease
     

Supervisor or

 Inspector of
 Stock
  

38

STATEMENT 1

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


72(1)

Require owner of dairy farm, dairy or factory

 to notify 1f any employee or resident Is
 affected with any contagious or notifiable
 disease
     

Minister

73(1)

Prohibit diseased person from handling milk

 unless authorized
     

Supervisor

74

Enter Inspect and examine any dairy farm,

 dairy or factory and take samples and examine
 animals
     

Supervisor

75

Prohibit sales uf produce where any dairy

 farm, dairy or factory Is unclean, any
 utensil unwholesome, persons affected with
 disease etc.
     

Supervisor

76

Seize produce considered unfit for human food

Supervisor

77(2)

Require owner of dairy farm, dairy or factory

 to carry out repairs
     

Minister

81

Prohibit the keeping, grazing or mllklns of

 cows In proclaimed areas
     

Minister

85

• Make regulations

Governor In

 Council
       

90

Prosecute under Part II

Supervisor

PART III



98(3)

Proclaim areas under this part

Governor In

 Council
  

105 Require owner of dairy farm to hold permit Minister underthis Part 106 Require owner of milk depot to hold permit Minister underthis part 107(2) Refuseor grant permits 113 Suspensionof permits 114 Suspendor cancel permit 116 Authorise officers to Inspect books, enter Minister premisestake samples, stop vehicles Minister ChiefDivision of Oalrylng Minister 39.

STATEMENT 1

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

-

117

To Authorize officers to prosecute

Minister

120

Power to make regulations

Minister


Milk Pasteurization Act 1958


SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

4(1)

Proclamation of pasteurized areas

Minister

Hi)

Grant licence for maximum quantity of milk

 to be pasteurized each day
     

Minister

7(4)

Vary pasteurization licence

Minister

8

Suspend pasteurization licence

Minister

9

Grant compensation

Minister

11

Make regulations 9

Governor In

 Council
       

     

Veaetatlcn and Vine Diseases Act 1958


SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

30(2)

Use persons to assist 1n the performance

 of duties.
     

Inspector

4(3)

Consent to the entry of parasites and

 diseased plants Into Victoria for scientific
 purposes.
     

Minister

4(4)

Seize, destroy and deal with Imported plants

 as directed by the Minister.
     

Inspector

5(1)

By proclamation to prohibit the

 removal of any parasite or diseased
 plants within Victoria.
     

Governor 1n

 Council
  

T STATEMENT1: 5(3) 5(5) 5A(1) 5A(2) A(4) 5A(5) 5A( 6) 5(1) 5(2) 5(3) 7 40. DEPARTMENT of agriculture Revokeor alter any proclamation Seizeplants, etc., moved within Victoria Wherethere is the danger of a plague of any parasite, declare by proclamation that there Isa danger of a plague of a parasite in the whole of part of Victoria, require that every owner/occupier of land give notice of the presence of any parasite and to take such action as is necessary to control, destroy or prevent the spread of the parasite. Revokeor alter any proclamation made under this section. Ifany owner/occupier has failed to take action necessary for the control or prevention of the spread of any parasite when authorized by the Minister, to enter land and take such action that the Minister deems necessary. Recoverfrom the owner/occupier in any court' the costs and expenses of taking any authorized action. Authorizethe Minister, his servants or agents to enter land and take any action necessary to prevent the spread of a parasite. The costs of such action not being recoverable from the owner/occupier. Toseize any diseased tree, plant or vegetable for treatment or destruction and to carry out further investigations as required. Releaseany tree, plant or vegetable which Is not required to be treated or destroyed. Orderthe treatment or destruction of any tree, plant or vegetable. Orderany person who Is the owner/occupier of land, or in command or charge of a vessel In which there are any diseased plants, etc., to take measures for the destruction or control of any parasite. GovernorIn Council Inspector GovernorIn Council Governorin Council Inspector Inspector Governorin Council Inspector Inspector Minister Minister STATEMENT 8 10(1) 11(1) 11(2) 11(3) 12(A)(1) 12(A)(5) 14(1) 14A(1) 14A(2) DEPARTMENTOf AGRICULTURE Enterland, search for parasites, remain for the length of Inspection and remove any sample for testing or examination. Order(In writing) owner/occupler of land to destroy or control parasites and enter land to ascertain whether the order has been complied with. Ifowner/occupler falls to destroy parasites, power to serve a summons directing the owner/occupler to appear before a court of petty sessions. Power,on court order, to enter land at any time and destroy or control parasites. PowerIn any court to recover from the owner/occupler any expenses or costs Incurred In the destruction or control. Wherean Inspector reports that any trees, plants or vegetables have been neglected and are likely to cause the spread of parasites, power to order the destruction of these trees, etc. Wherethe person falls to carry out the order for the destruction of relevant trees, etc., to authorize inspectors to destroy all those trees, plants and vegetables which are likely to cause the spread of parasites. Toorder that certain trees, plants or vegetables not be removed from or out of any nursery, orchard or place. To revoke or alter any such proclamation. Toprescribe schemes for testing and certifying trees, plants or vegetables as being free from or resistant or Immune to disease. Torecognize as satisfactory any similar certification scheme operated In other States or countries. Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Minister Minister Governorin Council Minister Minister STATEMENT1: 42. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE T6A(1) 16A(2) 16A(3) 1HD (2) 19 24(1) 25(1) Toserve a notice to prevent the sale of diseased trees, plants or vegetables and to report to the Minister on the reasons for this action. Authorizean Indefinite extension of detention tine. Afterthe Inspectors reports and any submissions from the owner/occupier have been considered and a. It Is agreed that the trees, etc., should not be sold without the destruction or control of parasites, power to authorize Inspections to Issue a notice requiring the owner/occupier to satisfy the Inspector that the trees, etc., have not been disposed of contrary to this Act or regulations. b» ItIs not agreed that the trees, etc., should not be sold, power to authorize Inspector to Inform the owner/occupier that any notice * servedpursuant to this section has ceased to have effect, Examineany tree, plant or vegetable exposed for sale. Directthat measures be taken to control disease Tomake regulations (Including the power to make regulations as to the charging for services), Authorizeeither generally or specifically any principal officer of the Department of Agriculture to make any order, exercise such authority or give direction or Consent on behalf of himself. Whereit Is necessary to protect the fruit Industry of Victoria against the spread or introduction of fruit fly, a, to declare any portion of Victoria to be be proclaimed area Inspector Minister Minister Inspector Inspector GovernorIn Council Minister Governorin Council STATEMENT1: 43. DEPABTMEMTOF OCR I CULTURE b. to prohibit the planting of certain trees, plans or vegetables in a proclaimed area. c. prohibit the removal of any fruit or vegetables which may provide a host for fruit flies from any proclaimed area, d. require owners/occupiers of land to take such action necessary for the eradication or prevention of the spread of fruit fly, e. prohibit the sale of fruit or vegetables Which may provide a host for fruit flies. 25(2) Toamend or revoke by proclamation any proclamationmade under this section 25(3) Authorizeinspectors to enter land and take necessaryaction toward remedying a contravention or failure to eradicate or control fruit flies. 25(4) Seizeany fruit fly or fruit or vegetables removedfrom a proclaimed fruit fly area and power to destroy or deal with as directed by the Minister, 26(1) In fruit flyareas direct that specified conditions be adhered to 26(3) Authority toenter land to ensure compliance with Section 26(1) 26(4) Authorityto enter land and take measures tocontrol fruit fly 29(1) Powerin any court to recover from any owner/occupierthe costs and expenses Incurred In either; taking action towards remedying any contravention or failure to comply with the Act or taking measures to ensure compliance with this Act. 31(1)To make regulations. Governorin Council Minister Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Inspector Governorin Council STATtniNTt; 44, DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE Fruitand Vegetables Act 1958 SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED

3(2)

To make, revoke or vary any declaration

Governor Council

In

6(1)

To recommend provision for a cool store

 and creation of Cool Storas Area.
     

Minister


7(1)

To create a Cool Stores Area.

Governor Council

In

8

Amend the boundaries of any Cool Stores Area

Governor Council

in

9(1)

Appoint a Trust for every Cool Stores Area and assign a corporate name to the Trust.

Governor Council

1n

9(2)(a)

Nominate for appointment members of a Trust

Minister



Remove any member of a Trust,

Governor Council

In

11(1)

Appoint members on failure of owners to

 elect a member.
     

Governor Council

In

11(2)

Fill any vacancy In the office of a member

 of the Trust nominated by the Minister.
     

Governor Council

1n

40(1)

Make regulations.

Governor

 Counc11
     

in

41

Oeclare any substance or material as being

 a "deleterious substance" or a foreign
 substance.
     

Governor Council

1n


Approve and register any brand.

Director-General

 of Agriculture
       

44(1)

Powers necessary to give effect to the Act,

 Including powers 'of entry and Inspection, to
 stop and Inspect vehicles, to mark any package
 of fruit or vegetables that are falsely marked
 or packed, to selie or take samples of any
 fruit or vegetables; to request
 Identification, to require a driver to present
 vehicle for inspection.
     

Inspector

45. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 44(2) 44(5)(6) 44(8) 45(1) 48 54 On contravention or failure to comply Inspector withthe Act or Regulations, to order that fruitor vegetables be repacked, power to destroyor dispose of any fruit or vegetables, powerto permit owner to deliver any vegetables thatdo not comply with the requirements to a registered,Institution. Erect and maintain road barriers and devices Minister delegated to warn drivers of the road barriers or to Inspectors presenceof Inspectors. Orderthe driver of a vehicle to stop at at a road barrier. Detainfruit or vegetables for the time necessary to complete an Inspection or examination. Ifauthorized by the Governor 1n Council to take proceedings 1n respect of offences against the Act or the regulations. Powerto make regulations. Inspector Inspector Inspector Governor In , ’Council r* ExportControl Act 1982 SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED

10(1)

To ascertain whether the provisions,

 and regulations, conditions or
 restrictions of this Act have been
 complied with.
     

Authorised Officer


(2)

To ascertain whether an offence has

 been committed under this Act.
     

Authorised Officer


(3)

Enter registered premises; with consent of occupier or by way of

Authorised Officer



a warrant Issued under sub-section

 (6) enter any other premises;
 various powers to board, stop and
 detain, search. Inspect and examine,
 secure any vehicle, ship, aircraft,
 premises, matter or thing; take
 samples; take extracts from, and
 copies of, any document.
     

   

     

     

46.


STATEMENT 1

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


11(1)

Seize any prescribed goods which do

 not comply with the Act; seize any matter
 or thing which may provide evidence of an
 offence against the Act.
     

Authorised Officer

(2)

Seize any covering In which the

 prescribed goods are contained.
     

Authorised Officer

25

To make regulations consistent with this

 Act.
     

Governor-General


Poultry Processing Act 1968


SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

15(1)

Powers and duties necessary to give

 effect to the Act, Including powers
 such as power of entry, power to
 remain, power to brand or mark
 carcasses, powers to seize and retain
 any carcasses which do not comply with *
 the Act.
     

Inspector or

 Authorised person
       

11(1)

Power to give reasonable direction as to

 the control of weight gain of carcasses
 occurlng during the process.
     

Inspector




SeedsAct 19B2

Section

Power

Exercised by

4(1)

Authorizes persons to exercise the powers

 of an officer under the Act
     

Minister

9(1)

Powers of entry and Inspection Including

 power to seize seeds, take samples, open
 parcels of seeds and attach warning
 notices or marks to parcels of seized or
 detained seed
     

Officer of the

 Department of
 Agriculture
  

47, STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE

9(3)

Oetatn or seize seeds and notify owners/

 consignors accordingly
     

Officer

9(4)

Return seeds to owners/conslgnors If seeds

 comply with the Act
     

Senior Seed

 Testing Officer
       

9(5)

Recommend action to be taken where seeds

 do not comply with the Act
     

Senior Seed

 Testing Officer
       

9(6)

Direction to owners to take action

 necessary to prevent further contravention
 of the Act
     

Director-General

9(7)

Determination of appeals

Minister

9(9)

Require an owner/conslgnor of seized seeds

 to supply a statement
     

Officer

9(10)(1)

Demand, select and take samples of seeds

 In parcels kept for retail sale
     

Officer

9(10)(2)

Demand Information from the purchaser of

 seed as to the name and address of the
 vendor from whom the seeds were purchased
     

Officer

11(2)

Provide statements of the results of seeds

 examined
     

Senior Seed

 Testing Officer
       

13(1)

Approve and Implement seed certification

 and registration schemes
     

Minister

13(2)

Approve any similar certification or

 registration scheme whether operated In
 Victoria, Australia or overseas
     

Minister

13(4)

Revoke or vary approval given under

 Section 13(2)
     

Minister

17(2)

Keep a register of all registered seed

 cleaning plants
     

Director-General

17(3)

Not register a plant as a registered seed

 cleaning plant unless certain conditions
 are met
     

Olrector-General

17(4)

Approve registration of a plant for the

 cleaning and treatment of specified
 classes or kinds of seeds
     

Olrector-General

48.

STATEMENT 1

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


17(7)

Issue a certificate of registration

 to a person 1n whose name the plant Is
 registered
     

Director-General

17(8)

Transfer the registration of a registered

 seed cleaning plant
     

Olrector-General

17(9)

Refuse to approve the registration of seed

 cleaning plants or cancel, suspend or vary
 the registration of such plant
     

Director-General

17(10)

Determination of appeals

Minister

18

Institute prosecutions for contravention

 of any of the provisions of the Act
     

Authorised Officer

21(2)

To prosecute persons other than the vendor

 for offences against the Act
     

Officer

23(2)

Direct the disposal of any seeds forfeited

 under the Act
     

Minister

28(1) (2)(3)

Make regulations

Governor in

 Council
  

f 49. DEPARTMENTOf AGRICULTURE STATEMENT1: 2.6STATE CHEMISTRY LABORATORY MargarineAct 1975

Section

Power

Exercised by

6 (2)

Approve the granting or transfer of a

 cooking margarine licence or table margarine
     

Minister

6 (9)

Cancel the licence of a person guilty of

 an offence
     

Minister

6 (10)

Grant new licences or Increase current

 licence quotas 10 event of cancellation
 of a licence
     

Minister

8

Issue special permits for export of

 margarine
     

Minister

n

Enter and search premises. Inspect fat and

 take samples of margarine
     

Inspector under

 •Act

m

18

Analyse samples and give certificates.

Analyst under Act

20 (1)

Seize, detain or remove margarine

 not complying with Act
     

Inspector under

 Act
       

21

Inspect, make copies and extract books

 and documents and determine Information
 1n respect to raw materials and margarine
     

Inspector under

 Act
       

22 (2)

Determine any Information on any fat or

 margarine In the custody or possession
 of a person.
     

Minister

23

Require a purchaser of margarine to state

 name and address of vendor.
     

Inspector under

 Act .
       

25

Institute or direct prosecutions.

Minister Authorised Officer

29

Make regulations 1n respect to the Act.

Governor In

 Council
       

     

f


STATEMENT 1

50. Bf?JRTv*NT OF AGRICULTURE

 Aarleultural Chemicals Act 1958
     

   

     

SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED


3 (1)

Proclaim products or classes of products

 as agricultural chemicals
     

Governor In

 Council
   

     

3A

Exempt from any of the provisions of the Act

Governor In

 Council
   

     

4

Set standards.

Governor 1n

 Council
   

     

7

Charging presented fees for registration.

Director-General


S

Approval of registration.

Director-General


9 (4)

Withdraw approval of registration.

Director-General


9A (1)

Cancel registration at registrants request.

Director-General


9C

Approve change In Ingredients.

Director-General


10A

Prescribe prohibited constituents.

Governor In

 Council
   

     

108

Issue permits to purchase and/or use

 unregistered products.
     

Director-General

 Chief Chemist
 Agrlc Stds Officer
 Director, Plant
 Res Inst, Burnley
   

     

100

Demand Information In respect of permit

 use (108).
     

Authorised persons

 hy

Director-General


10E

Enter land, buildings, take and remove

 samples for examination or analysis
 as deemed fit
     

Authorised persons

 by

Director-General.


12A

Define specific uses for certain

 agricultural chemicals.
     

Director-General


13

Appoint analysts and Inspectors. 9

Director-General


STATEMENT 1

department of agriculture •


IS (1)

Powers of Inspection of land, buildings*

 taking of samples and any other things
 set out 1n Regulation to give effect to
 the Act,
     

Inspectors

18A (1)

Power to demand Information from a

 purchaser.
     

Inspector

18B

Seize, detain or remove any agricultural

 chemical contravening the Act.
     

Inspector

22

Institute prosecutions.

Authorised Officer

24

Make Regulations 1n respect of procedures

 for purchaser analysis, procedure to alter
 Ingredients, prescribing forms, fixing fees
 for analysis, fixing fees for other things,
 prescribing persons to approve labels
     

Governor 1n

 Council
       

     

Fertilizers Act 1974


Section

Power

Exercised by

3(1)/4(1)

Proclaim any product or class of products

 to be a fertilizer, a soil conditioner or
 an agricultural Hme.
     

Governor 1n

 Council
       

4 (1)

Exempt any product or class of product

 from any or all provisions of the Act.
     

Governor 1n

 Council
       

4 (2)

Revoke, amend or vary any Proclamation.

Governor In

 Counci 1
       

8

Prescribe standards.

Governor 1n

 Council
       

10 (1)

Approve registration.

Director-General

(4)

Reject a distinguishing name of any

 product.
     

Director-General

(5)

Require data to substantiate any claim.

Olrector-Ganeral

IS

Appoint inspectors and analysts.

Director-General





52 STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 16 17 18 Enter and Inspect buildings,land. Inspector vehicles,to stop and detain vehicles, open packages and take samples for analysis. Inspect records, books,documents, make Inspector copiesor take extracts there from and require Information from purchaser ♦ Take samples for analysis. Inspector 24 Instituteprosecutions. AuthorisedOfficer 28 Make Regulations 1n respect of fees for Governor In anything done under the Act, prescribing Council labels,persons to approve labels, prescribing warnings on labels, materials to be used for labels, prescribing things not be printed on labels, prescribing matters to appear on labels, how It shall appear, type size, etc., prescribing procedures. St9SUwii.A9U.m Section Power Exercisedby

5

Registration approval

Director-General

6

Compile lists of registered products.

Chief Chemist

16

Setting standards for bran and pollard.

Chief Chemist

17

Power of access to premises, vehicles

 and to take samples.
     

Officer appointed

 by the Minister
       

19

Analyse a sample of stock food and

 provide a certificate for a purchaser.
     

Chief Chemist or

 his deputy
       

21

Require the forwarding of a sample of

 stock food for analyses.
     

Chief Chemist

22

Institute prosecutions.

Officer authorised by the

 Minister
       

23

« Oemand Information.

Officer authorised by the

Minister 53. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 29 Authorisation to prosecute. Minister 30 Power to make regulations with respect Govenor 1n Council to- methods of analysis, standards of composition,approving feed additives, prescribing labels, forms and fees for registration, prohibiting substances, allowing alternative Ingredients. t 54. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENTIt 2.7 ECONOMICS ANDMARKETING BRANCH FirmProduct Merchants and Commission Agents Act 1965 SECTION POWER BTWHOM EXERCISED

5(2)

Exempt from the provisions of the Act any

 specified type of wholesale trading In farm
 produce
     

Governor In

 Council
       

5(3)

Exempt producers or wholesalers from keeping

 certain documents
     

Governor In

 Council
       

7(1A)

Accept an application for renewal of a

 licence made later than the period specified
     

Olrector-General

7(2)

Require an applicant for a licence to furnish

 particulars relating to the financial
 position of the applicant
     

Minister

8(4)

Refusal or cancellation of a licence

Minister

12(l)(e)

Refuse to grant or renew a licence on the

 grounds of an Inadequate command of the
 English language
     

Olrector-General

12(1A)

Refuse to grant a licence If an applicant's

 financial position 1s unsound
     

Minister

14(1)

Transfer of a licence in the event of death

 of a licence holder
     

Minister

14(2)

Transfer of a licence In the event of

 bankruptcy of a licence holder.
     

Minister

14(2A)

Transfer of a licence on the sale of a

 business
     

Minister

15(1)

Suspension of a licence pending the

 completion of an Investigation
     

Minister

15(2)

Cancellation of a-licence for trading while a

 licence 1s suspended
     

Minister

15(6)

Require a person to furnish particulars

 relating to his financial position during
 Investigation
     

Minister

55.

STATEMENT 1

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


15(7)

Require an officer of a corporation to

 furnish particulars relating to his
 financial position during an Investigation
     

Minister

15(8)

Cancellation of a licence for refusal to

 supply Information under the Act
     

Minister

15 A

Refund of portion of licence fee on

 surrender of a licence
     

Minister

16(l)(b)

Determination which would prevent the

 employment of certain persons convicted
 of an offence
     

Minister

20(3)

Investigation of claims for reimbursement

 under the Act
     

Director-General

20(5)

Certification of claims to enable

 reimbursement for claims made under the Act
     

Director-General

34(1)

 and (2)
     

Registration of an organization approved for

 the purposes of the Act
     

Minister

34(4)

Revocation of registration of an organization

Minister

35(1)

Approval for a registered marketing

 organization to enter Into a marketing
 agreement
     
  • Minister

35(2)

Approval of the terms of an agreement

Minister

35(5)

Withdrawal of approval of an agreement

Minister

36(1)

 and (2)
     

Registration of accredited marketing

 representatives
     

Minister *

36(4)

Authorization of the removal of the name of

 an accredited market representative from the
 register
     

Minister

48(5)

Direction to freeze trust accounts and

 Inspect documents
     

Minister

58(2)

Appointment of Inspectors or authorised

 persons to attempt to settle disputes
     

Olrector-General

59(1)

Appointment of a Farm Produce Disputes

 Committee
     

Minister

65(1)

Establishment of official market report

Minister

schemes 56 STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOE AGRICULTURE 66(2) Approval for variation of official market Director-General reports 67(1) Authorization of officers to enter Minister wholesalers'premises to examine documents and to seek Information 1n respect of market reports 73 Requirementto keep documents which may be Director-General usedIn connection with an Inquiry Into a dispute or an investigation under the Act t a 57. PEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENTV: 2.8 PERSONNELBRANCH V AgriculturalEducation Cadetship Act 1969

Section

Power .

Exercised by

4(1)

Employment of Cadets

Minister

4(3)

Appointment to positions

Minister

OATE:6 August 1984 CURRENCYOF STATEMENT: 5 July 1984 t 735A/10A

STATEMENT 1:

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

APPENDIX 1


STATUTORY BODIES



AGENCY NAME:

Dairy Produce Board (VA1064)



ADDRESS:

166 - 176 Wellington Parade,

East Melbourne

3002

TELEPHONE NO.:

651 7737



CHAIRMAN:

Mr R I Howey



ACT ADMINISTERED:

 (or part of an Act)
     

Part I of the Milk and Dairy

Supervision Act

1958

PRINCIPAL OFFICER FOR

 FOI REQUESTS:
     

Director-General, Department

of Agriculture


STATEMENTOF FUNCTION: Conductexaminations of candidates for certificates as tester or grader of ■11k or cream, buttermaker and cheesemaker. Dealwith certificate holders who commit breaches of the Act and Regulations relating to testing and grading of dairy produce and the manufacture of butter and cheese. 0 Reportto the Minister on applications for dairy produce factory licences. Reportto the Minister when the owner of a factory falls to maintain a satisfactory standard of quality or 1s convicted of offences relating to the handling of milk and cream. Determinedisposition of detained dairy produce, BOOZESOR GROUPS REPRESENTED: Departmentof Agriculture Persons owning factories Managers of factories Dairy farmers 2,

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1:

APPENDIX 1

DECISION MAKING POWERS MILK AND OAIRY SUPERVISION ACT 1958

 PART i
     

  

SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED 7(4) 9(1) 9(2) 9(3) 9(4) 9(5) 9(6) 11(1) 12 13(5) Tohave casting vote at Dairy Produce Board meetings Tohold examinations of candidates for certificates as tester and grader of milk and cream, buttermaker and cheesemaker Toaccept public examinations In 11eu of the written part of examination Todetermine time place and manner of holding examinations ToIssue certificates to candidates who passed examinations Toaccept certificates Issued by other States Chairman,Oalry Produce Board DairyProduce Board DairyProduce Board OalryProduce Board DairyProduce Board OalryProduce Board To sign certificates on behalf secretary, Dairy of the Dairy Produce Board ProduceBoard To cancel or suspend Dairy ProduceBoard certificatesif certificate holder falls to carry out duties To have powers conferred by Dairy Produce Board sectionsU to 16 of the Evidence Act 1958 To exempt creamery fromemploying Dairy Produce Board graders for a period up to with approval of 6 months Minister T 3.

STATEMENT 1:

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

APPENDIX 1

14(8)

To exempt factory or store

 from employing tester, grader,
 buttermaker or cheesemaker
 for a period up to 6 months
     

Oalry Produce Board

 with approval of
 Minister
       

21(b)

Jo approve a mark to be marked

 on a package of butter, dairy
 blend or cheese
     

Dairy Produce Board

23(3)

To hear and determine appeals

 against order to re-mark dairy
 produce
     

Oalry Produce Board

23(5)

To direct the non-forfeiture

 of appeal deposit
     

Dairy Produce Board

23(7)

To make a direction as to the

 time within which dairy
 produce 1s to be re-marked
     

Dairy Produce Board

23(8)(a)

To appoint an assessor In the

 event of an appeal against
 the re-mark1ng of dairy
 produce
     

Dairy Produce Board

24(1)

To determine disposal of

 detained dairy produce
     
  • Dairy Produce Board

24(2)

To hear appeals against

 seizure of dairy produce
     

Dairy Produce Board

31(1) {b).

To Impose a condition on a

 licence as to the purchase
 of milk or cream
     

Minister on the

 recommendation of
 Oalry Produce Board
       

45(b)

To approve the use of the

 word "butter” In connection
 with food preparations
     

Minister on recommendation of Oalry

 Produce Board
  

4 STATEMENT1i DEPARTMENTOf AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 AGENCYNAME: AOORESS: TELEPHONENO.: CHAIRMAN: ACTAOMINISTEREO: (orpart of an Act) PRINCIPALOFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: STATEMENTOF FUNCTION: FITTedMilk Advisory Committee (VA106S) 166- 176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne 3002 651 7591 Mr R S Belcher Filled M11R Act 1958 Director-General,Department of Agriculture Toexamine applications for exemption from the provisions of the Act and make recommendations to the Minister. BODIESOR GROUPS REPRESENTED: Departmentof Agriculture VictorianDairy Industry Authority AustralianMedical Association (Victorian Branch) ProcessedMilk Manufacturers Association of Australia Ltd (Victorian Branch) Dalryfarmers of Victoria DECISIONMAKING POWERS FILLEDMILK ACT 1958 < SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED 3 Exemptproducts from the operation of theAct 7(1)(a) Enter andsearch any place suspected ofstoring, packing or manufacturing filled milk (b) Inspect plant, machinery or apparatus In relation to filled milk (c) Takesamples and open packages Ministeron the recommendation of the Filled Milk Advisory Committee Inspector Inspector Inspector 5. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1; APPENOIX1 8 Enter any place suspected of containing Inspector documentsconcerning filled milk, Inspectthe documents and take copies 9 Require purchaser of filled milk to state Inspector nameand address of vendor 11 Seize, detain or remove filled milk Inspector

6. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE

AGENCYNAME: ADDRESS; TELEPHONENO.: CHAIRMAN: ACTADMINISTERED: (orpart of an Act) PRINCIPALOFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: STATEMENTOF FUNCTION: ImitationMilk Advisory Committee (VA1066) 166- 176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne 3002 651 7591 Mr R S Belcher Imitation Milk Act 1969 Director-General,Department of Agriculture Toexamine applications for exemption from the provisions of the Act and make recommendations to the Minister. BODIESOR GROUPS REPRESENTED: Departmentof Agriculture VictorianDairy Industry Authority AustralianMedical Association (Victorian Branch) ProcessedM1lk Manufacturers Association of Australia Ltd (Victorian Branch) Oalryfarmers of Victoria DECISIONMAKING POWERS r IMITATIONMILK ACT 1969 SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED

3(2)

Exempt products from the operation of

 the Act
     

Minister on the

 recommendation of the
 Imitation Milk Advisory
 Committee
       

8(1)(a)

Enter and search any place suspected

 of storing, packing or manufacturing
 Imitation milk
     

Inspector

(b)

Inspect plant, machinery or apparatus

 In relation to Imitation milk
     

Inspector

(c)

Take samples and open packages

Inspector

1. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1: APPENDIX1

9

Enter any place suspected of containing

 documents concerning Imitation milk.
 Inspect the documents and take copies
     

Inspector

10

Require purchaser of Imitation milk to

 state name and address of vendor
     

Inspector

12

Selie, detain or remove Imitation milk

Inspector


T STATEMENT1: 8. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 AGENCYNAME: AOORESS: TELEPHONENO.: CHAIRMAN: ACTADMINISTERED: (or part of an Act) MilkPasteurization Committee (VA1486) 166- 176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne 3002 651 7737 Dr A Turner TheMilk Pastuerizatlon Act 1958 PRINCIPALOFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: Director-General,department of Agriculture STATEMENTOF FUNCTION: Advisethe Minister of the suitability of premises, plant and equipment for which a pasteurization licence Is sought. Reportto the Minister In respect of the suspension of a pasteurization licence. Surveyfacilities existing for the pasteurization, bottling and sealing of milk. Reportto the Minister on the variation of the maximum quantity of milk which may be pasteurized on any one day upon licensed pasteurizing premises. Reportto the Minister on such natters relating to the pasteurization of milk that are referred to the Committee by the Minister or as the Committee thinks proper. BODIESOR GROUPS REPRESENTED: Departmentof Agriculture. Departmentof Health. VeterinaryResearch institute. VictorianMilk Distributors1 Association, Wholemilk producers. DECISIONMAKING POWERS Refer Statement l, p. 39.

9 STATEMENTT: A6ENCY*NjME: AOORESS: TELEPHONENO.: CHAIRMAN: ACTAOMINISTEREO: (orpart of an Act) PRINCIPALOFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDI* 1 Poultry Fainter Licensing Review Committee (VA1487) 166 - 176 Wellington Parade, East Nelbourne 3002 6517591 Mr0 L Cooper EggIndustry stabilization Act 1983 Director-General,Department of Agriculture STATEMENTOF FUNCTION; Tohear and determine appeals from d:c'v,ions of the Poultry Farmer Licensing Review Committee r SOOIESOR GROUPS REPRESENTED: Nospecific groups represented. DECISIONMAKING POWERS EGGINOUSTRY STABILIZATION ACT 1983 SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED 36(1) (2) Oeclareand determine appeals submitted Poultry Farmer Licensing to the Poultry Farmer Licensing Review Review Committee Committee AllActs necessary for the discharge of the Committee's duties PoultryFarmer Licensing Review Committee 'A

STATEMENT1: 10. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 AGENCYNAME; AOORESS: TELEPHONENOS.: CHAIRMAN: ACTADMINISTERED: (orpart of an Act) PRINCIPALOFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: STATEMENTOF FUNCTION: StockMedicines Board (VA1488) 166- 178 Wellington Parade. East Melbourne 3002 GST 7158 and 651 7119

OrW E White StockMedicines Act 1958 Director-General, Department of Agriculture Toexamine In relation to safety and efficacy of target species, user, consumers and the environment products proposed for registration as stock medicines and to make subsequent recommendations to the Director-General of Agriculture concerning registration. BODIESOR GROUPS REPRESENTED: Departmentof Agriculture, Victoria Health Commission of Victoria Veterinary Board of victoria Pharmacy Board of victoria OECISIONMAKING POWERS STOCKMEDICINES ACT 1958 ■#* SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISEO 7A Discloseconfidential Information asto the prescription or comparison of arty stock medicine contained In any application for registration of such stock medicine: (a) to the HealthCommission for the purpose of any Inquiry under the Health Act, 1958, or the Drugs, Poisons & Controlled Substances Act 1981, if so requested In writing by the Chief Health Officer; or Director-General STATEMENT1: 11. DEPARTMENTor AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 8(5) 88 8C 8(5) 13(1) 15 18 8(4) (b) to the person for the time being In charge of the Poisons Information Centre, If so requested by that person 1n time of emergency Refuse registration of a stock Director-General medicineon advice that It does not comply with applicable regulations made under the Poisons Act 1962 Send Information contained In StockMedicines Board applicationsfor registration, along with any samples, to specified laboratories for testing and analysis Require applicants tosubstantiate StockMedicines Board claims,give details of formulations, etc,, of any Stock Medicine Requirethat the distinctive name of any stock medicine indicate the nature, purpose or formulation of such stock medicine and not contain any Implicit or Implied claim Cancelregistrations of any stock medicine Enterpremises where any stock medicine Is prepared or sold, for Inspection and taking samples Requestsamples of stock medicines without payment for analysis Prescribeany matter or thing required or permitted to be prescribed or necessary or expedient to be prescribed for carrying the Act Into effect (relates to fees, forms, applications for registration may take, form of the register, standards to be accepted by the Board, conduct of the Board's business) • Giveopportunity to an applicant for registration whose application Is not wholly approved, to be heard personally In support of the application StockMedicines Board .Director-General AnyInspector appointed for the purposes of the Stock Medicines Act 1958 or any Inspector under the Stock Diseases Act 1958 or the Milk and Oalry Supervision Act 1958 StockMedicines Board Governor-In-Counc11 StockMedicines Board 12 STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE: APPENDIX1 Tobacco Quota AppealsTribunal (VA149Q) 166- 176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne 3002 651 7752 Hr 3 L McArdle TobaccoLeaf Industry Stabilization Act No. 7427 Sections 14-20 and Section 31 PRINCIPAL OFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: Director-General,Department of Agriculture STATEMENTOF FUNCTION: Inaccordance with Section 31 of the above Act any person who Is aggrieved by a decision of the Tobacco Quota Committee In respect of the forfeiture, reduction or Increase of a grower's basic quota may appeal against the decision to the Tribunal.

BODIESOR GROUPS REPRESENTED: AGENCYNAME: ADDRESS: TELEPHONENO.: CHAIRMAN: ACTADMINISTERED: (or part of an Act) Membershipcomprises Chairman and two other members, Chalrnan 1s a person who the Minister Is satisfied 1s competent to conduct an Independent Inquiry Into an Agricultural dispute. The other members are: 1. One with no direct or Indirect pecuniaryInterest In the production, sale or manufacture of tobacco leaf. 2. One selected after consultation with theState Tobacco Leaf Marketing Board. DECISIONMAKING POWERS TOBACCOLEAF INDUSTRY STABILIZATION ACT


SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

14(2)

Appointment of Chairman and the

 two members.
     

ia Governor-In-Council

17

Appointment of a person to a vacancy,

Governor-In-Counc11

19

Appointment of Secretary and such

 other officers as the Tribunal
 considers necessary.
     

Governor-ln-Coun.c 11

31

Hearing of appeals against decisions

 of the Tobacco Quota Committee and
 confirming, altering or reversing
 decisions of the Committee,
     

Tribunal

13. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1: APPENDIX1 TomatoProcessing Industry Negotiating Committee (VA1491) 166 - 176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne 3002 TELEPHONE NO.: 651 7344 OrP F Shea * TomatoProcessing Industry Act 1976 Part VI. Clauses 29-35 PRINCIPALOFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: Olrector-General,Department of Agriculture . STATEMENTOF FUNCTION: TheCommittee appointed annually by the Minister of Agriculture meets at least r once to negotiate prices for standard and canning grade tomatoes for the coming season. If the Committee 1s unable to achieve consensus on price, the Minister may resort to an independent arbitrator. The Committee also has power to negotiate contractual disputes and to advise the Minister on any matter pertaining to the Act. CHAIRMAN: ACTADMINISTERED: (or part of an Act) AGENCYNAME: ADORESS:

BODIESOR GROUPS REPRESENTED: TomatoProcessing Companies V.F.G.A. - Tomato Section. DECISIONMAKING POWERS TOMATOPROCESSING INDUSTRY ACT 1976 SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISEO 32(1) Determination of tomato prices NegotiatingCommittee 34 Negotiation of contractual disputes Negotiating Committee f 14. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 AGENCYNAME: ADDRESS: TELEPHONE NO.: « CHAIRMAN: DATEESTABLISHED: PRINCIPALOFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: ACTADMINISTERED: (orpart of an Act) VictorianAbattoir and Meat Inspection Authority CVAT 471) 166- 176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne 3002 651 7339 Or D E Hore 1974 Olrector-General,Department of Agriculture Abattoir and Meat Inspection Act 1973 BOOIES OR GROUPSREPRESENTED: Victorian Farmers andGraziers Association Victorian CountryAbattoir and Wholesalers Association Victorian MeatExporters Association Victorian MeatIndustry Employees Union Victorian Meatworks Association ,* HealthCommission of Victoria Local Government (Victoria) Department of Agriculture, Victoria * STATEMENTOF FUNCTION: a. To survey thefacilities available In the State for slaughter of animals; b. To keep under review the construction andhygiene of, and the plant and equipment In, meat establishments with particular reference to the slaughtering capacity and location of those meat establishments In relation to the overall requirements of the State; c. To report annually to the Minister on mattersrelating to the slaughtering of animals, the licensing of meat establishments, standards of hygiene at such meat establishments and to meat Inspection procedures, and on any other matters referred to It by the Minister or that the Authority thinks fit; d. To regulate and control the training ofInspectors and the conduct of the qualifying examination and the Issuing of certificates of competency to successful candidates; e. To consider applications made In respect oflicences for rceat establishments and to approve or refuse such applications In accordance with the provisions of this Act; and STATEMENT1: 15. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 f. To carryout any function It Is required to carry out by this Act. Subjectto the Public Service Act 1974 there shall be appointed a secretary to the Authority and such other officers as are necessary for carrying out the functions of the Authority. DECISIONMAKING POWERS ABATTOIRANO MEAT INSPECTION ACT 1973 SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED

17A

Power by Order on recommendation of the

 Minister of Health to allow the sale of
 the flesh and offal of non-food animals
 for human consumption under such
 conditions as specified in the Order.
     

Minister Governor-ln-Council

21(2)

Issue of licences to operate meat

 establishments.
     

Victorian Abattoir and

 Meat Inspection Authority
       

21(4)

Imposition of conditions or restrictions

 on the issue or renewal of licences.
     

• Victorian Abattoir and

 Meat Inspection Authority
       

72(2)

Issue of different classes of licences

 within any one category of abattoir.
     

Victorian Abattoir and

 Meat Inspection Authority
       

26

Issue of licences to operate meat

 establishments subject to conditions or
 restrictions Including:
     

Victorian Abattoir and

 Meat inspection Authority
       

     

(a) regulating species of animals to be

 slaughtered; and
     

       

     

(b) specifying times of operation of

 premises.
     

       

27

Powers of refusal to Issue licences of

 meat establishments.
     

Victorian Abattoir and

 Meat Inspection Authority
       

29

Powers and provisions for suspension or

 cancellation of a licence for a meat
 establishment.
     

Victorian Abattoir and

 Meat Inspection Authority
       

30(2)

Power to approve structural alterations

 to meat establishments.
     

Victorian Abattoir and

 Meat Inspection Authority
  

16. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 34(2) Issue licencesfor operation of knackeries,pet food establishments and retail pet meat shops. 34(4) 6 Power toImpose conditions or 36(1) restrictions onIssue of knackery, pet food establishment and retail pet meat shop licences. 34A Powers andprovisions for refusal to Issuea licence for a knackery, pet food establishment or a retail pet meat shop. VictorianAbattoir and Meat- Inspection Authority VictorianAbattoir and Meat Inspection Authority VictorianAbattoir and Meat Inspection Authority 2(1) 2(2) 3(2) 3(3) 4(2) 5(1) Powerby Order to declare animals food. Governor-1n-Counc11 power to amend, vary or revoke Orders Governor-1n Council madeunder the Act. Exempt owners or premises from the Minister provisionsof part or all of the Act. Power to amend, vary or revokeexemptions. Minister Power to control and direct members of Minister the Victorian Abattoir and Heat « InspectionAuthority AppointAuthority Members Governor-1n-Counc11 5(2) Recommend appointment of Authority members Minister 7 Set member remuneration and travelling Governor-1n-Counc1l formembers of the the Authority 8(2) Ell) vacantpositions of members of the Authority Govemor-In-Councll 8(3) Cancelappointment of members of the Authority Governor-1n-Counc11 22(6) Prescribe licensingfees 31(1) Acceptappeals against licensing decisionsof the Authority Governor-In-Councll Minister (2) Confirm, revokeor vary Authority decisions Minister 33(1)Power to declare animals as game animals Minister Power by Order to declare animal Governor-1n-Counc1) diseasesas specified diseases .<r■ 17. 'DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT1; 35 Exempt owners or premises from the Minister provisionsof the Act with respect to manufacture or processing of pet food 42 Consent to Council run Meat Governor-1n- Establishmentsoutside its Municipal District 44(2) Accept appeals byratepayers, re. meat Minister establishmentsthought a nuisance or dangerous to health 48 Make Regulations under this Act with Governor-in respectto all aspects of fees, licensing standards, hygiene, record keeping, branding. Inspection, refrigeration, construction, drainage, humane slaughter, animal welfare, etc., of both human and pet food establishments

APPENDIX1 Council Council STATEMENT1: 18. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 AGENCY NAME: Victorian Broiler IndustryNegotiation Committee (VAM92) ADDRESS: 166 - 176 Wellington Parade, EastMelbourne 3002 TELEPHONENO.: CHAIRMAN: ACTADMINISTERED: (orpart of an Act) PRINCIPALOFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: STATEMENTOF FUNCTION: 6517011 MrR M Carralll BroilerChicken Industry Act 1978 No. 9199 Director-General,Department of Agriculture Toadminister the Broiler Chicken Industry Act 1978, and the Broiler Chicken Industry Regulations 1979. The Committee constituted under the Act has the power to determine terms and conditions of contracts between processors and growers, the growing fee for the Industry, and to negotiate on any disputes between growers and processors. The committee also reports to the Minister on matters relating to the Broiler Industry on any matters 1t considers important. BOOIESOR GROUPS REPRESENTED: VictorianFarmers & Graziers Association - Chicken Meat Group, Master Poultry Processors Association. DECISIONMAKING POWERS BROILERCHICKEN INOUSTRY ACT 1978 SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED

3(2)(a)

Appoint an officer of Department of

 Agriculture to be Chairman of Committee.
     

Minister

(b)

Appoint 6 persons from a panel of 8 names,

 to represent processors.
     

Minister

(c)

Appoint 6 persons from a panel of 8 names,

 to represent growers.
     

Minister

3(3)

In absence of nominees under sections

 3(2)(a)&(b) above, to appoint
 representatives, *
     

Minister

STATEMENT1: 1*. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 3(4) 4(2) 4(3) 50) 5(2) 6(4) 7(2) 7(3) 8 9(1)(a) (b) 9(2)(a) 6(B) 9(3) Toappoint one or more officers of Department of Agriculture to be alternative Chairman Uponnomination by a member, to accept or reject a temporary member In absence of that member. Uponnomination by the body which supplied the name of an absent member, to appoint a temporary member. Toappoint an officer of Department of Agriculture as Secretary to Committee. Inabsence of the Secretary to nominate an Alternative Secretary. Regulationof Committee's proceedings. Appointa person to fill a vacancy on the Committee for the balance of Its term. Tocancel a member's appointment. Torequest attendance of a person at Committee to provide advice. Recommendto Minister terms and conditions for inclusion or exclusion 1n contracts generally, or 1n any class of contract, or In a particular. Todetermine disputes between processors and growers with respect to any matters relating to broiler chicken Industry (Including assessment of amounts payable under a contract). Torecommend to Minister for Inclusion In contracts matters providing for duration and option of renewal of contract, including varying rights of parties; and participation of efficient growers 1n a processor's expansion. Todetermine a definition of efficiency. Mtntster Chairman Minister Minister Olrector-General Committee Minister

  • Minister

Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee STATEMENT1 20. DEPARTMENTOf AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 10(l)(a), (b)&(c) 12(6) 13fD 13(2) 13(4) 18(l)(a) (b) (c) «0 18(2) 18(3) Todetermine an Industry standard price to be paid by processors to growers for broiler chickens the circumstances of any variation and the limits of such variation. Togrant an exemption from contract arrangements where the grower and processor are the same person. Tonegotiate a settlement 1n a dispute between grower and processor with regard to any term or condition of the contract (Including price). Wherethe Committee Is unable to determine standard price In a dispute, an arbitrator may be appointed. Determinationof remuneration to arbitrator, and cost sharing between parties. Tomake regulations prescribing terms and conditions of contracts. Prescribingalternative terms and conditions where deemed necessary. Tomake regulations requiring submission of audited statements or statutory declarations on prices paid or payable to growers for broiler chickens. Tomake regulations required (or necessary) to be prescribed for the purposes of this Act, Applicationof regulations made under 18(l)(c) to all processors, or a specified class of processor, or a specified processor. Prescriptionof different terms and conditions to apply to different specified circumstances. Committee Committee Consul ttee Minister Minister 6overnor-1n-Counc11 Governor-1n-Counc11 Governor-1n-Counc11 Governor-1n-Counc11 Governor-1n-Counc11 Covernor-1n-Counc11 ♦ 21. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 AGENCYNAME: AOORESS: TELEPHONENO.: CHAIRMAN: ACTADMINISTERED: (orpart of an Act) PRINCIPALOFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: Victorian WheatAdvisory Committee (VA1493) 166 - 176 WellingtonParade. East Melbourne 3002 651 7381 Mr 3 V Mullaly Nil Director-General.Department of Agriculture STATEMENT OFFUNCTION: TheCommittee advises the Minister of which wheat variety (or varieties) should be a prescribed class of wheat for the purposes of Section 15 of the Wheat Marketing Act (1979). Aprescribed class of wheat consists of those varieties that, when delivered to a nominated recelval point, will not be liable for discount because of their quality characteristics. Other mattersreferred to the Committee by the Minister of Agriculture. These matters presently Include: ' (I) to make recommendations as to the wheat varietiesthat should be grown In different regions having regard to their yield, grain quality, disease resistance and agronomic characteristics; (II) to monitor the boundaries of the differentwheat-growing regions of the State 1n which variety recommendations are made, and, If necessary, to recommend changes to these boundaries. (III) to evaluate the quality characteristics ofpromising crossbreds derived from the Victorian breeding program, prior to their commercial release, (1v) to evaluate thequality characteristics of Interstate varieties before they are recommended for growing In Victoria. (v) tomonitor the quality characteristics of the Victorian wheat crop toensure Its continued competitiveness on local and overseas markets. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE

STATEMENT 1:

APPENDIX 1

BODIES OR GROUPS REPRESENTED; Australian Wheat Board

 Department of Agriculture
 Grain Elevators Board
 Victorian farmers 4 Graziers Association
 Victorian Association of 8akers
 Bread Manufacturers of Victoria
 Victorian Flour Millers Council
 Melbourne Corn Exchange
     

  

r t 23 STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX1 AGENCYNAME: AOORESS: TELEPHONENO.: CHAIRMAN: ACTADMINISTERED: (orpart of an Act) PRINCIPALOFFICER FOR FOI REQUESTS: STATEMENTOF FUNCTION NineGrape Processing Industry Negotiating Committee (VA1494) 166- 176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne 3002 651 7011 Mr F Black TheWine Grape Processing Industry Act 1978 Director-General, Department of Agriculture TheCommittee, with equal representation of growers and winemakers, meets with a parallel Committee formed under complementary legislation In New South Wales, to determine prices and trends and conditions of supply and payment for< specified wine grapes for each vintage. DECISIONMAXING POWERS WINEGRAPE PROCESSING INDUSTRY ACT 1978 SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED 10 Determine1n relation to wine grapes Negotiating Committee grownIn Victoria or must produced from those grapes: a. different minimum prices according to the manner or place of delivery; b. the maximum amount that processors may deduct from those prices for grapes that are found to be unsound; c. the manner 1n which such prices are to be paid; and d. any other matter the Committee thinks relevant. OATE:6 August 19C4 CURRENCY OF STATEMENT: 5 July 1984 A 659A/10A DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1: APPENDIX? ADVISORYCOMMITTEES ESTABLISHED BY THE MINISTER 1. AGRICULTURALENGINEERING ADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1495) FUNCTION Toadvise the Minister In matters related to agricultural engineering: a. whenrequested by him concerning any matter; and b. by reporting to him, after consideration, theviews of Individuals and groups having an Interest 1n agricultural engineering. Toprovide a forum for discussion and exchange of Information on matters related to agricultural engineering. MEMBERSHIP Membershipof the committee comprises representatives from the following organisations: VictorianDepartment of Agriculture CSIRO Tractor& Machinery Association of Australia University of Melbourne - Department of Civil Engineering Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce Victorian Farmers & Graziers Association (Includingone representative of United Dairy Farmers of Victoria) 2. AGRICULTURALSEED AOVISQRY COMMITTEE (VA1496) FUNCTION Thefunction of this Committee Is to advise the Olrector-General of Agriculture on matters relating specifically to the agricultural seed Industry and advise the Director-General on any matter relating specifically to the agricultural seed Industry. 2. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1: APPENDIX2 MEMBERSHIP VictorianFarmers' Union Pasture Seeds Section SeedIndustry Association of Australia {agricultural seed) SeedMerchants Association of Victoria (agricultural seed) GrasslandSociety of Victoria Victorian Herbage Plant Liaison Committee Department of Agriculture 3. ANIMALWELFARE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1497) FUNCTION To receive submissions from animal welfare and otherorganisations or Individuals concerning welfare problems associated with animals and to advise the Minister on the appropriate course of action; * Torecommend to the Minister, amendments to legislation where 1t considers this Vs an appropriate solution to any animal welfare problem; Tocomment on Initial requests for financial assistance and the conditions to which any assistance might be subject;* Toencourage self-help In animal welfare agencies; Toact on Its own volition to obtain Information on animal welfare problems and to recommend animal welfare Initiatives to the Government arising from consideration of that Information. MEMBERSHIP Departmentof Agriculture Ministryfor Police and Emergency Services TheMunicipal Association of Victoria TheRoyal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals TheAustralian Veterinary Association (Victorian Division) TheKindred Societies Liaison Conference to the RSPCA The Victorian Farmers' and Graziers' Association The Local Government Department The Department of Conservation, Forests and Lands. r 3. DEPARTMENTOP AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1; APPENDIX2 4. APICULTURALRESEARCH UNIT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1495) FUNCTION Toadvise the Chief Veterinary Officer, through the Officer 1n Charge of the Aplcultural Research Unit, of means whereby the effectiveness of the Unit may be Improved and discuss matters associated with Apiculture 1n Victoria, with a view to advising whether Investigations on such natters should be undertaken by the Unit, MEMBERSHIP VictorianAplcultural Association Department of Agriculture 5. ELLIN6ANKDAIRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1499) FUNCTION Advisethe Chief of Division of Animal Research and Development through the Director of the Dairy Research Institute of means whereby the effectiveness of the research programs may be Improved. Atthe request of the Chief of 01v1slon of Animal Research and Development, review research programmes and plans, and make recommendations on research and allied services which should be undertaken at the Institute for the dairy Industry of Victoria. MEMBERSHIP Sixpersons appointed by the Minister of Agriculture after having been nominated at the Minister's request, by the United Dairy Farmers, Victoria. At least one representative is from the Irrigation areas, one from Western Victoria and one from Eastern victoria. Threeother persons may also be appointed by the Minister, after nomination by the Chief of the Division of Animal Research and Development, the Chairman of the Committee and the Director of the Dairy Research Institute. There are be four Departmental representatives on the Committee. 6. FIELDCROPS SEED AOVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1500) FUNCTION Thefunction of this committee Is to advise the Dlrector-Gerneral of Agriculture on matters relating specifically to the field crop seed Industry and advise the Director-General on any matter relating specifically to the field crop seed Industry. 4. STATEMENT1; DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX2 MEMBERSHIP VictorianFarmers and Graziers Association Commodity Council Seed Industry Association of Australia Melbourne Corn Exchange Departmental representatives. 7. FRESH FRUITGROWING CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE (VA1S01) FUNCTION •> Toprovide clear Indications of the needs of the Fresh Fruitgrowing Industry as perceived by local Industry organisations. Toassist 1n determining how best to meet these needs. Tobetter Inform the Fresh Fruitgrowing Industry of relevant departmental activities. MEMBERSHIP The Orchard 1st's and Fruit CoolStores' Assocltlon Glppsland Fruitgrowers' Association ,‘ MornlngtonPeninsula Fruitgrowers' Association EasternMetropolitan Fruitgrowers' Association VictorianCherry Association BacchusMarsh Orchardlsts* Association SunCentre Horticultural Development Association Harcourtand District Fruitgrowers' Association Departmentof Agriculture 8. GILBERT CHANDLER INSTITUTE OF OAIRYTECHNOLOGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1502) FUNCTION Toadvise the Chief of the Division of Dairying on matters affecting the dairy Industry of Victoria In relation to the research and development, quality assurance and advisory programs conducted by the Institute. Toreview the programs of the'Institute and to make recommendations on work that should be undertaken by the Institute. 5 DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1: APPENDIX2 MEMBERSHIP Membersare appointed by the Minister of Agriculture from representatives of the dairy manufacturing and dairy farming Industry and the Department of Agriculture. 9. HAMILTON PASTORAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE AOVISORYCOMMITTEE (VA1132) FUNCTION TheHamilton Pastoral Research Institute Advisory Committee was established to maintain liaison between farmers and researchers, to review research projects and to recommend priorities for future research. MEMBERSHIP Twelveregional Industry representatives are elected by farmer organisations to fulfil the above functions. Industryorganisations Inculde the VEGA and Pastoral and Agricultural Societies. 10. HORTICULTURAL SEED AOVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1133) FUNCTION ^it. - Thefunction of this committee is to advise the Director-General of Agriculture on matters relating Specifically to the horticultural seed Industry and advise the Director-General on any matter relating specifically to the horticultural seed Industry. MEMBERSHIP VictorianFarmers' Union Vegetables Division (broad acre vegetable growers) VictorianVegetable Growers' Association (market garden vegetable growers) SeedIndustry Association of Australia (horticultural seed) SeedMerchants' Association of Victoria (horticultural seed) Commonwealth Quick Frozen Vegetable Processors' Association Department of Agriculture* 6. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1: ^APPENDIX 2 11. KYABRAM ANIMAL AND IRRIGATED PASTURES RESEARCHINSTITUTE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1134) FUNCTION Advisethe Chief of Olvlslon of Animal Research and Development through the Director of the Institute"of means whereby the effectiveness of the research programs may be Improved. Review research programs and plans, and make recommendations on research and allied services which should be undertaken at the Institute for the dairy Industry In Victoria. GROUPSREPRESENTED VictorianFarmers and Graziers Association United Dalryfarmers of Victoria - Pastoral Commodities Group Irrigators Leagues < DairyProcessors StateRivers and Water Supply Commission 12. LIVESTOCKADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA113S) FUNCTION TheCommittee's function Is to advise the Minister of Agriculture on matters pertaining to the livestock Industry. MEMBERSHIP Themembership of the Committee consists of Industry organisations Involved In livestock production, marketing and processing. 13, MILOURADISTRICT HORTICULTURAL CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE (VA1136) FUNCTION Toadvise the Department on requirements for research, extension and regulatory activities In horticultural Industries In the Nlldura district, and to Improve liaison between those industries and the Department, To assist In Informing Industries of Departmental work and to receive and consider confidential progress reports of research, extension and regulatory activities. 7. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1: APPENDIX2 MEMBERSHIP Departmentof Agriculture AustralianDried fruits Association (4 reps.) Hlldura& District Wine Grape Growers Association (2 reps.) VictorianFarmers & Graziers Association (V rep.) SunrayslaAvocado Growers Association (1 rep.) MurrayValley Table Grape Growers Council (1 rep.) 14. ORNAMENTALPLANTS RESEARCH AOVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1137) FUNCTION TheCommittee Is responsible for advising the Department of Agriculture on the problems associated with ornamental production so that research can be undertaken according to the priorities of the Industry. Tomaintain liaison between the Department and groups In the community concerned with the culture and protection of ornamental plants. Toassist In Informing the groups that the members represent the work Carried out by officers of the Department. ' Toreceive and consider an annual report and any progress reports prepared by officers of the Department engaged In research on ornamental plants. MEMBERSHIP Membershipof the committee consists cf the following representatives appointed by the Minister for a period of 3 years: Departmentof Agriculture - Two officers of the Department appointed to co-ordinate the Department's ornamental research program and the schemes for production of pathogen tested plant propagules Plantnursery Industry Municipal councils TheInstitute of Parks and Recreation Flower growers Retail florists TheCouncil of Horticultural Societies and Garden Clubs of Victoria The Necropolis Trust Ministerial appointees 8. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTPE AGRICULTURE APPENDIX2 15. TURF RESEARCHAND AOVISQRT INSTITUTE AOVISORT COUNCIL (VA1139) FUNCTION TheAlms and functions of the Council are: a. To advise the Department on problemsassociated with recreational turf and to assist with the development of objectives and priorities for the Institute's activities. b. To review the annual budget of the Instituteand to advise the Department on whether the budget will permit the Institute to meet Its objectives for the year. c. To maintain liaison between the organisationsproviding funds and other represented bodies on the Council and the Department. d. To assist In Informing the memberorganisations of Council on results of work carried out by the Institute. e. To receive reports prepared by officersengaged In research and advisory work on recreational turf. f. Torecommend the basis of entitlement to service by the institute, MEMBERSHIP Departmentof Agriculture Ministerialappointees 16. VICTORIANAGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT LIAISON COMMITTEE (VA1140) FUNCTION Thecommittee operates a monitoring and mediating system aimed at resolving disputes which may arise between the manufacturer,- distributor, dealer or purchaser of agricultural equipment, particularly in relation to: a. productquality; b. abilityof the product to perform Its function; c. dlstrlbutor/dealer service. Includingobligations under warranty; and d. spareparts availability. TheCommittee promotes better communication between the parties concerned and the removal of misunderstandings In the application and operation of agricultural equipment, whilst not hindering the normal processes of negotiation and settlement by parties concerned. 9. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX2 TheCommittee assists with complaints concerning agricultural machinery and equipment with a retail value of $2,000 or more.' excluding second-hand machinery and equipment. The Committee does not consider complaints concerning: passengervehicles trucksand their bodies and hoists fourwheel drive and all-terrain vehicles tractorsunder IS kW dozerblades MEMBERSHIP Achairman, appointed by the Minister of Agriculture, from his Department. Anominee of the Victorian Farmers and Graziers Association. Anominee of the Tractor and Machinery Association. Anominee of the Farm Machinery Dealers Association. AnExecutive Officer to be provided by the Department of Agriculture, 17. VICTORIANBARLEY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1141) f FUNCTION Toprovide a forum for discussion between producers, marketers and users concerning the release and recommendation of new varieties and other matters affecting the quality of the Victorian barley crops, MEMBERSHIP Departmentof Agriculture Australian Barley Board Barley growers Maltsters Brewers 18. VICTORIANCROPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE ADVISORY COUNCIL (VA1142) FUNCTION Toprovide liaison between the research workers and the Industries served by the Institute and to keep the Chief of the Division of Plant Research and Development Informed of, and make suggestions concerning problems relevant to the Institute and Its associated programmes and facilities. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT Is APPENDIX 2 ToAssist In Informing the respective Industries of results of research carried out ay officers of the Department and to receive and consider progress reports of the Victorian Crops Research Institute, MEMBERSHIP VictorianFarmers and Graziers Association Victorian Wheat Research Foundation Australian Wheat Board Department of Agriculture Flour Millers Council of Victoria 19. VICTORIAN IRRIGATION RESEARCH 4 AOVISORYSERVICES COMMITTEE (VA1143) FUNCTION Thefunction of the Committee Is to co-ordinate Irrigation research and advisory services undertaken by Victorian Government Agencies so as to achieve the best use of the State’s Irrigation water resources, consistent with the Victorian Governments' policy for Irrigation, and to maintain active liaison with CSIRO In this field.# MEMBERSHIP Membershipof the Committee comprises representatives from the following organisations: VictorianDepartment of Agriculture State Rivers 4 Water Supply Commission Department of Minerals 4 Energy Soil Conservation Authority State Electricity Commission CSIRO 20. VICTORIANOILSEEDS ADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1144) FUNCTION Toprovide a forum for discussion between producers, marketers and users concerning the release and recommendation of new varieties and other matters affecting the quality of the Victorian oilseed crops. Orderingthe priority of Victorian submissions for research grants to the Australian Oilseeds Research Council‘which allocates funds collected by the research levy on oilseeds. 11. DEPARTMENTOf A6RICtlLTU>E STATEMENT 1: APPENDIX2 MEMBERSHIP OilseedBrowers OilseedCrushers OilseedMarketers OilseedBottlers and Packers OilseedProcessors PaintIndustry Departmentof Agriculture 21. VICTORIANPOTATO ADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1145) FUNCTION TheVictorian Potato Advisory Committee is an Industry committee appointed by the Minister of Agriculture to provide a forum for representatives of growers, merchants and processors to discuss Industry aspects of mutual concern and bring Important issues to the attention of the Minister. MEMBERSHIP Departmentof Agriculture Vegetable Growers* Association of Victoria Victorian farmers and Graziers Association Victorian Potato Growers* Association Victorian Produce Merchants Association Processing company representatives 22. VICTORIANPOULTRY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (VA1146) FUNCTION ThePoultry Advisory Committee is a joint industry/departmental Committee set up in November 1976 to advise the Minister and the department on the poultry industry and to assist in solving current Industry.problems. TheCommittee reports directly to the Minister and it meets approximately five times a year at the Department of Agriculture, 166 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne, 12. STATEMENT1; DEPARTMENTOF AGRI APPENDIX2 MEMBERSHIP Mastershipcovers all sections of the poultry Industry - eggs, broilers, fertile eggs, hatcheries, poultry processors, stockfeed (■ahufacturers, the Victorian Egg Marketing Board (now known as Egg Farmers of Victoria), and the Department of Agriculture. 23. VICTORIANTOBACCO ADVISORY COMMITTEE ('(All47) FUNCTION TheVictorian Tobacco Advisory Committee is appointed by the Minister of Agriculture to review research and extension activities for the tobacco-growing industry 1n Victoria, and approve financial estimates against the Tobacco Industry Trust Account for consideration by the Centra! Tobacco Advisory Committee. MEMBERSHIP Departmentof Agriculture Tobacco Growers Tobacco Manufacturers OATE;6 August 1984 CURRENCY OF STATEMENT: 5 July 1984 » 686A/10A STATEMENT1; DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX3 RESEARCHINSTITUTES/STATIONS. VETERINARY LABORATORIES. DISTRICT CENTRES 4 SUB-DISTRICT OFFICES NAMES & ADORESSES HEADOFFICE. 166-176WELLINGTON PARADE, EAST MELBOURNE. P.O. BOX 4041, G.P.O., MELBOURNE. VIC, 3001. TELEPHONE(03) 651 7011. TELEX 34261 METROPOLITANCENTRES STATECHEMISTRY LABORATORY. 5MACARTHUR STREET, EASTMELBOURNE. VIC. 3002, TELEPHONE(03) 651.2283. TELEX 36708 GATvOENADVISORY SERVICE BURNLEY GARDENS, SWAN STREET,BURNLEY. VIC 3121 ’TELEPHONE (03) 819 4422 (8.30 am - 12-30 pm) TELEX 38481 IMPORT/EXPORTSERVICES WORLD TRADE CENTRE FLINDERS STREET MELBOURNE, VIC. 3000 • TELEPHONE(03) 611 5000 FRUIT & VEGETABLEINSPECTION (MELBOURNE WHOLESALE FRUIT & VEGETABLE MARKET) FOOTSCRAYROAD, FOOTSCRAY, VIC, 3011 TELEPHONE (03) 68 5628 (INTERSTATE) 6376199 (MARKET INSPECTORS) TO 12 NOON ONLY 689 6957 )MARKET REPORTERS) QUARANTINESERVICES (ANIMAL & PLANT) TULLAMARINE AIRPORT MELBOURNE, VIC, 3043 TELEPHONE(03) 338 0844 r 2. STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX3 DISTRICTCENTRES BAIRNSDALEDISTRICT CENTRE (INC. DISTRICT EXTENSION & REGIONAL VETERINARY OFFICE) STATEPUBLIC OFFICES. 32-36 PYKE ST, BAIRNSDALE. VIC. 3875 Telephone (051) 52 4138, district extension ) (051)522555. REGIONAL VETERINARYOFFICE ) TELEX 55133 BALLARAT DISTRICT CENTRE STATEGOVERNMENT OFFICES. CNR. HAIR 4 DOVETON STREETS, BALLARAT, VIC. 3350 TELEPHONE (053) 37 0784. TELEX 38501 BENALLADISTRICT CENTRE STATEPUBLIC OFFICES DISTRICT CENTRE BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA WEST, VIC. 3672 TELEPHONE (057) 62 2588. TELEX 56174 COLACDISTRICT CENTRE STATEPUBLIC OFFICES, 83-85 GELLIBRAND STREET. COLAC, VIC. 3250 TELEPHONE (052) 31 5377. TELEX 32967 ECHUCAOISTRICT CENTRE 225PAKENHAN STREET. P.O. BOX 441, ECHUCA, VIC. 3625. TELEPHONE(054) 82 1922. TELEX 55453 HORSHAMDISTRICT CENTRE STATEPUBLIC OFFICES, 21-25 KCLACHLAN STREET, P.O. BOX 421..HORSHAM, VIC, 3400 TELEPHONE (053) 82 3166. TELEX 55709 LEONGATHAOISTRICT CENTRE 51MCCARTIN STREET, LEONGATHA. VIC. 3953. TELEPHONE(056) 62 2204. TELEX 30080 MAFFRADISTRICT CENTRE 117JOHNSON STREET, MAFFRA. VIC. 3860 TELEPHONE(051) 47 1541. TELEX 55216 MILOURADISTRICT CENTRE STATEGOVERNMENT OFFICES, 253 ELEVENTH STREET, MILDURA, VIC. 3500 TELEPHONE (055) 23 0256, TELEX 55580 SEYMOURDISTRICT CENTRE 28HIGH STREET, P.O. BOX 215, SEYMOUR, VIC. 3660 TELEPHONE (057) 92 2699. TELEX 32665 SHEPPARTONOISTRICT CENTRE STATEPUBLIC OFFICES, WELSFORO STREET, P.O. BOX 862, SHEPPARTON, VIC. 3630 TELEPHONE (058) 21 4788. TELEX 30867 SWANHILL DISTRICT CENTRE, ' 1-3MCCALLUN STREET, P.O. BOX 501, SWAN HILL, VIC. 3585 TELEPHONE (050) 32 4461. TELEX 55427 3 STATEMENT1; DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX3 WARRAGULDISTRICT CENTRE. STATEPUBLIC OFFICES. 70 SMITH STREET. WARRAGUL, VIC. 3820 TELEPHONE (056) 23 1227. TELEX 38506 WARRNAMBOOLDISTRICT CENTRE. 78HENNA STREET, WARRNAMBOOL. VIC. 3280 TELEPHONE (055) 62 4277. TELEX 55704 WOOONGAOISTRICT CENTRE, CITYCOUNCIL BUILDING, NOVELL STREET, P.O. BOX 551. WOOONGA, VIC. 3690 TELEPHONE (060) 24 1510. TELEX 56897 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICES SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE. 58GRANT STREET, P.O. BOX 164, ALEXANDRA, VIC. 3714 TELEPHONE (057) 72 1344 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, MUNICIPALOFFICES, VINCENT STREET, ARARAT, VIC. 3377 TELEPHONE (053) 52 1042 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, MCNICHOLSTREET, P.O. BOX 208, CAMPERDOWN, VIC. 3260 TELEPHONE (055) 93 1244 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, 13HENTY STREET, P.O. BOX 163, CASTERTON. VIC. 3311 TELEPHONE (055) 81 1650 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, HAYAVENUE, P.O. BOX 76, COBRAM, VIC. 3644 TELEPHONE (058) 72 1899 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, 138WALKER STREET, DANOENONG, VIC. 3175 TELEPHONE (03) 791 1008 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE. STATEPUBLIC OFFICES, CNR, FENWICK & LITTLE MALOP STS., p;0. BOX 361, GEELONG, VIC. 3220 TELEPHONE (052) 26 4720. TELEX 39418 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE. 26WELLINGTON STREET, P.O. BOX 122, KERANG, VIC, 3579 TELEPHONE (054) 52 1266 SUB-OISTRICTOFFICE, PUBLICOFFICES, BRIDGE STREET. KQRUMBURRA, VIC. 3950 TELEPHONE (056) 55 1087 STATEMENTV: APPENDIX3 DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, RODNEYCHAMBERS, 178 ALLAN STREET, P.O. BOX 323. KYABRAM, VIC. 3620 TELEPHONE (058) 52 1546 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE. STATEPUBLIC OFFICES, JENNINGS STREET, P.O. BOX 111 KYNETON. VIC. 3444 TELEPHONE (054) 22 1636 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE. STATEPUBLIC OFFICES, 37 BUCKLEY STREET, MORWELL, VIC. 3840 TELEPHONE (051) 34 3171 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, 53-55HEIKLEJGHN STREET. NUMURKAH, VIC. 3636 TELEPHONE (058) 62 1733 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, 29BROWNING STREET, P.O. 60X 282, ORBOST, VIC. 3888 TELEPHONE (051) 54 1479 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE. 63JULIA STREET, PORTLANO, VIC. 3305 TELEPHONE (OSS) 23 2965 SUB-OISTRICT OFFICE, . CNR.PERRIN STREET i BROMLEY ROAD, P.O. BOX 430, ROBINVALE, VIC. 3549 TELEPHONE 26 3905 SUB-OISTRICTOFFICE, CAMPASPESTREET. P.O. BOX TOO, ROCHESTER, VIC. 3541 TELEPHONE (054) 84 1013 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, 267RAYMONO STREET, SALE, VIC. 3850 TELEPHONE (051) 44 3745 SUB-OISTRICTOFFICE, CROWNLANDS BUILDING. NAPIER STREET. P.O.BOX 113, ST. ARNAUD, VIC. 3478 TELEPHONE (054) 95 1707 SUB-OISTRICTOFFICE, STATEPUBLIC OFFICES. TOWONG STREET, TALLANGATTA, VIC. 3700 TELEPHONE (060) 71 2602 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, 103HIGH STREET. P.O. BOX 103, TERANG, VIC. 3264 TELEPHONE (055) 92 1701 f SUB-OISTRICTOFFICE. MAINSTREET, TIBBOON. VIC. 3268 TELEPHONE (055) 98 3357 4 STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE SOB-DISTRICTOFFICE, 117-119HOTHAM STREET, TRARALGON. VIC- 3844 TELEPHONE (051) 74 1021 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, •TARACOURT*, FORD STREET, P.O. BOX 69, WANGARATTA, VIC. TELEPHONE (057) 21 2463 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE. STATEPUBLIC OFFICES, 76 MCBRIOGE AVENUE. WONTHAGGI, VIC TELEPHONE (056) 72 1665 SUB-DISTRICTOFFICE, COURTHOUSE, COMMERCIAL ROAO, YARRAM, VIC, 3971 TELEPHONE (051) 82 5492

APPENDIX3 3677 3995 DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 1: APPENDIX3 RESEARCHINSTITUTES/STATIONS & VETERINARY LABORATORIES (METROPOLITAN & COUNTRY) "ATTWOOO*VETERINARY RESEARCH LABORATORY, NICKLEHANROAO. WESTNEAOCWS, VIC. 3047 TELEPHONE (03) 333 1200, TELEX 38484 REGIONALVETERINARY LABORATORY. CALVERT STREET, P,0. BOX 483,6AIRNSDALE, VIC. 3875 ? TELEPHONE(051) 52 2751. TELEX 55103 REGIONALVETERINARY LABORATORY, (INC. REGIONAL VETERINARY OFFICE) HUMEHIGHWAY, P.O. BOX 388, BENALLA. VIC. 3672 TELEPHONE (057) 62 2933, TELEX 56174 BENOIGOCENTRE. (INC,REGIONAL VETERINARY LABORATORY, REGIONAL VETERINARY OFFICE & DISTRICT EXTENSION) MIDLANDHIGHWAY, P.O. BOX 125, BENDOIGO, VIC. 3550 TELEPHONE (054) 48 4505. sTELEX 38502 PLANTRESEARCH INSTITUTE, BURNLEYGAROENS, SWAN STREET, BURNLEY, VIC. 3121 TELEPHONE (03) 810 1511. TELEX 38431 >, SEEDTESTING STATION, BURNLEYGAROENS, SWAN STREET, BURNLEY, VIC. 3121 TELEPHONE (03) 810 1511. TELEX 38481 ELLINBANKDAIRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE. HAZELDEANROAD, ELLINBANK, R.M.B. 2460, WARRAGUL, VIC. 3820 TELEPHONE (056) 26 1209, TELEX 37258 VEGETABLERESEARCH STATION/TURF RESEARCH ANO ADVISORY INSTITUTE. BALLARTOROAD, P.O, BOX 381, FRANKSTON, VIC. 3199 TELEPHONE (03) 786 3311. PASTORALRESEARCH INSTITUTE. NT,NAPIER ROAO, P.O. BOX 180, HAMILTON. VIC. 3300 TELEPHONE (055) 72 1133. TELEX 55879 HAMILTONCENTRE. (INC,REGIONAL VETERINARY LABORATORY, REGIONAL VETERINARY OFFICE & DISTRICT EXTENSION) BALLARATROAD, P.O. BOX 406. HAMILTON, VIC. 3300 TELEPHONE (055) 72 3722. TELEX 55878 VICTORIANCROPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NATIHUKROAO, PRIVATE BAG 260, HORSHAM. VIC. 3400 TELEPHONE (053) 82 3141. TELEX 55880 STATEMENT1: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE APPENDIX3 SUNRAYSIAHORTICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE. CNR11TH STREET 8. KOQRLONG AVENUE. P.O. BOX 460, IRYMPLE, VIC. 3498 TELEPHONE (050) 24 5603. TELEX 55558 HORTICULTURALRESEARCH INSTITUTE. BURWOODHIGHWAY. KNOXFLELO, P.O. BOX 174, FERNTREE GULLY, VIC. 3156 TELEPHONE (03) 221 2233. TELEX 38482 ANIMAL& IRRIGATED PASTURES RESEARCH INSTITUTE, COOMAROAD, R.M.B. 3010, KYABRAM, VIC. 3620 TELEPHONE (058) 52 2488. TELEX 38503 TOBACCORESEARCH STATION, MYRTLEFORD,VIC. 3737 TELEPHONE (057) 52 1311 VETERINARYRESEARCH INSTITUTE. PARKDRIVE, PARKVILLE, VIC. 3052 TELEPHONE (03) 347 2322. TELEX 38483 RUTHERGLENRESEARCH INSTITUTE, CHILTERNVALLEY ROAD, RUTHERGLEN, VIC. 3685 TELEPHONE (060) 32 9208. TELEX 56175 IRRIGATIONRESEARCH INSTITUTE. FERGUSONROAD, PRIVATE BAG, TATURA, VIC. 3616 TELEPHONE (058) 24 1344. TELEX 38504 POTATORESEARCH STATION. MYERSCREEK ROAD, TQOLANGI, PRIVATE BAG, HEALESVILLE, VIC. 3777 TELEPHONE (059) 62 9218 MALLEERESEARCH STATION AND WALPEUP SUB-DISTRICT OFFICE* WALPEUP.VIC. 3507 TELEPHONE(050) 94 1203. TELEX 55559 AGRICULTURALENGINEERING CENTRE. PRINCESHIGHWAY, WERRIBEE, VIC. 3030 TELEPHONE (03) 741 1300, TELEX 38507 ANIMALRESEARCH INSTITUTE, PRINCESHIGHWAY, WERRIBEE. VIC. 3030 TELEPHONE (03) 741 1300. TELEX 38507 GILBERTCHANDLER INSTITUTE OF OAIRY TECHNOLOGY, PRINCESHIGHWAY, WERRIBEE, VLC. 3030 TELEPHONE (03) 741 1300. TELEX 38507 DATE:6 August 1984 CURRENCYOF STATEMENT: 5 July 1984 742A/10A STaTEHENT1; itssstii.* BEPaPTMlNTDf AG8ICULTUK Table 1: OlVISIMAlANO CORPORATE SERVICES (RANCH RESPONSIBILITIES RESEARCHINSTIIUTES, DISTRICT CENTRES. OIVISION/BRANCH FUNCTION LABORATORIESAN( STATIONS ACCPUnll Adwlnlstratlyt UrtUn AnimalRasaarch and Oautloonont CaowunltyStryitgj tzaam CvfB.ar<tt5«r*3su EC21CIS tiajgiiVTtat BMtls.iJ.Qmia Hur'w directorate Mtfamai, financialAdministration Responsibilityfor co-ordination of odalnlstrotlvo strvlcts and provision of spoclolHt administrative services Theanimal research Institutes undertake rtteircn In antmel husbandry, nutrition, physiology, genetics, product typo ind quality. Animal•■lurch Institute, Nerrtbe* PastoralResearch Inst Hut*. Hamilton Anil**I*nd Irrigated Postures Research Instltut*, Kyobram B*lryRtsaerch Instltut*. ElUnbank Th*veterinary Uborotorlos undortok* laboratory diagnosis, Invostigotlon «nd r*i«*rcn for th* tr*jtn*nt, control, *r*d1c*t1on on* pfovontlon •f dlstesos of entmels. V*t*r1n*ryRostarch Instltut*, ParkvtH* Attwoodveterinary Restireh laboratory. Westmeaaows Raglonil v*t*rln*ry Laboratory, Dalrnsail* RegionalVeterinary Uborttory, Banal la Regional vatarlnary laboratory, Bdndlgo R*(tnn*1 V*t*r1n«ry Liboratory, Haul Iton Hard Improvement Service Responsiblefor th* Provision of high quality scientific servlets and advice t* geveriveent and th* community on ■attars assoc1at*d ulth sust*1n»d d*v*lopai*nt of agricultural rosaurces. Including *nytroniMnt/1and us*, soil and motor management, natural disasters, rural adjustment. companion animals, gardon servlets and oy*rs**s aid. RoseonslbTt*for th* provision of sound and aecurat* policy aqvic* to th* Hlnlstar to assist In th* d*y*tooi**nt and imelomooutlon of agricultural p*11c1*s and th* ach1*y*m*nt of •fflctont management of th* Depertment’s resources, Provisionef advice to government, farmers and aqrl-busintss on f1*1d crop (c*r**!s. grain legumes, oil - seeds), fruit crop (pa** and stone fruits, graoes, citrus, b*rr1*s, nuts), raw crop (y*g*tabl*s, tobacco, hops) and nursary, ornaMntal and turf industries. Also responsible for th* planning, manaqtmont and •valuation of th* Department's Investment In these Industries,

Provision of district and Industry

Districts: (airnsdsl*

lallarat

services of th* animel, Crop and

lanalia

dandlgo

Coanunlty sarvlc* program of th*

Co lac

Echuca

Department particularly through

Hamilton

Horshaa

district *at*nsion strvlcas.

Laongaiha

Haffra


Halhourno

HU dura


Seymour

Shopparton


tea* HI 11

Warragul

Corporate planning and manageMnt Responsibility for agrlculturol

 economics ana marketing rosoarch
 and/or providing advlc* to producers,
 Industry and government on form
 ■anagoMnt, merkettng systems, merktt
     

MarrnamPael

Medanga

prlcot, mork*t outlook, agricultural

 policy, market rasoarch, trad*
 dovolopMAt and ganarat teonaale
 •attars.
     


STATEWNT1: I. DEPAiTntNTor AGRICUiTUAE umm« ({SEARCHINSTITUTES, DISTRICT CENTRES, tlVlSION/SRANCH rUNCTION UdOAATOAIES AND STATIONS legislative legislativeprogram Services legalnatter* StatutoryAuthority liaison livestock Aosponsibtlltyfor the maintenance end industry ServicesImprovement of productivity, duality and effective marketing of animals and antaal products by ensuring that tho bast tuehnology and edvlce It available to tho govnrnnunt and all tactions of the livestock Industry In Victoria and It also responsible for the planning, management and evaluation of the Department's Involvement In these activities. media Services Provisionor materia! to the Statewide ■itsmedia and specialised support to the eitenslon districts and other units ef the Department In their mass media activities and also producing and distributing a wide range Of publica- tions and audio-visuals Including ■Agnotes*. Overseas PrelectsRespenslbity for the development and management of co-operative agricultural programs overseas and co-ordinating arrangements to provide the services (overseas) of Departmental officers to agricultural consultants. Government departments and agencies. Personnel Provisionof personnel administration servicesfor the Department andDevelopment ProductStandards and Quarantine Animaland Plant Quarantine PlantStandards •ranch ■eatInspection •ranch Provisionof technical Information and new culttvars for Increased productivity of both dryland and Irrigated crops Including horticulture, soli management, the control of plant diseases and pests, and agricultural engineering. HorticulturalResearch Institute, tnoafleld vegetableResearch Station, Frenkston PotatoResearch Station, Healesville IrrigationResearch institute, Tetura TobaccoResearch Station, Hyrtleford VictorianCrops Research Institute, Horthaa Pallee Research Station, waloeuo PlantResearch Institute, Surnley TurfResearch Institute, frankston SunrayslaHorticultural Research Institute, Irympln RutherglenResearch Institute. Rutherglen AgriculturalEngineering Centre, Werrlbee Provisionof Import and esport animat and plant quarantine services Previsionof high quality seed and planting material, maintenance of duality of plant products on domestic and eeport markets, maintenance and liprtVMwnt of quality of fruit and vegetables sold to Victorian coniueari. through prevision ef market patens Ion services, and the regulatory aspects concerning these industries. Provisionof meet Inspection servlets and responsibility for control of diseases of stock that can be trans- mitted to humahs and monitoring the lovols of chemical residues In meet andegg>- r* 1

STATENENT 1i

DCPAATMfUT Of AGRICULTURE »»W» 4

OIVISIOU/MAUCH

RESEARCH INSTITUTES. OISTRICT CENTRES,

 fUNCTION LABORATORIES AND STATIONS
  

Oalry Quality Provisionof Advisory (id scientific assurance trenchservices to the dairy Industry, Including dairy farmers, Milk

luraau of An1Nil

 Welfare
     

processors, manufacturers of dAlry

 products end distributors of liquid
 milk end controls over tho quality
 of milk end dAlry products.

Provision of services and advise

 relating to all aspects of antaal
 welfare including administration of
 animal wolfare legislation, review
 and development of Codes of Practice
 for the aanageaent of fara, eiperl-
 aental, companion and wild animals.
       

Stock medicines

Responstbllty for controls over

 stock medicines.
       

Scientific A

 Information
     

Provision of bloaotrle, computing,

 environmental planning and
 Information services to officers
 throughout tho Department.
       

State Chemistry

 teboretory
     

Provision of chemical analysis, advice *”

 and research on soils, plants,
 alnorals. fertilisers, environ-
 mental samples, human and anlaal
 toelcology, organic residues and
 formulations, food and consumer
 products and stock food and
 responsibility for establishing

standards, controlling tho quality a of agricultural chemicals, stock foods, fertilisers, limes and gypsums and for licencing margarine manufacturers. Provision of advice on the Suitability of land for agricultural use.

mtO"iry flold Services

kespenslble for the prevention.

 Investigation, diagnosis and control
 of dtseas* In stock and tne co-
 ordination of Victoria’s contribution
 to the notional brucellosis end
 tuberculosis eradication campaign,
 and for tha Investigation of
 cruelty to fara animals.
  

OATE:A August 1114 EUHMCrOF STATENENT: 1 July HM » DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 2; CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS i. central Correspondence registry TheDepartment operates a central correspondence registry at Its head office at 166 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne. This Is the main filing system 1n the Department and specifically services the Directorate, the Minister's Office (for Departmental matters only) and the Central Administration Branches. All correspondence and papers relating to policy and general Departmental matters are recorded In this system. Thefiling system commenced operation In 1965 and any correspondence prior to that date has been transferred to the custody of the Public Records Office. Sub-registriesalso service certain Divisions and Branches. 1.1 RECORDKEEPING SYSTEM TheCentral Registry filing system has the following features: a. It Is a single number system with a yearlyprefix eg. 84/348.The files are Identified by a number with the year In which the file was-created as a prefix. b. A register of numbers Is maintained and aseach new file 1s commenced. It Is allocated the next consecutive number. A numerical series starting at one Is commenced for each year. c. The system has two Indexes In whichcorrespondence on files Is recorded. Oetalls of the two Indexes are as follows: (I) Subject based Index - consisting of primary,secondary and tertiary headings, leading from a broad to a definite subject area where details of the contents of the file and Its registration number are recorded. (II) Name Index - where similar Information 1srecorded under the name of a person, organisation or place. 1.2 A list of the primaryheadings for tly subject Index follows: SUBJECT AREAS Accommodation Aerial Agriculture Boards Commissions& Inquiries Conferences Oalry Products Administration Agreements Cereals Committees CoolStorage Education 2, STATEMENT2: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE

Eggs

Entomology

Equipment

Exports

Extension

Farm Produce Agents

Federal & Industry Grants

Fertilizers

Fibres

Field Oays

Films

Finance

Flowers *

Fodder

Forestry

Fruit

Government Grants

Herbs

Imports

Insurance

Irrigation & Drainage

Land

Lectures

Legal Opinions

Legislation

Livestock

Meat

Meteorology

Migration

Nuts

Official Visitors

Oil Plants

Overseas Aid

Pastures

Pathology

Pesticides

Prosecutions

Publications'

Quarantine

Regulations

Relief

Research

Scholarships, Fellowships, Cadetships

Shows

Soils

Staff

Standards

Statistics

Stores & Services

Surveys*

Tobacco

Transport

Vegetables

Vermin & Noxious Weeds

Veterinary

Vines

2.PERSONNEL BRANCH ThePersonnel Branch maintains records in the following categories: . Personalfiles . Personalsalary history cards . Positionfiles Establishmentcards . Workers compensation/sick leave files . Recreation/slck leave recording cards . Bondsand cadetships . Formeremployees . Abolishedpositions . Registers ThePersonnel Branch also maintains a Qelgations Register which describes each decision exercised by various delegates under the Public Service Board's delegation system. r 3. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT2: 2.1 INDUSTRIALRELATIONS SECTION Therecords maintained by the Industrial Relations Section fall within the following categories: . List of employeesengaged under Industrial awards (400 staff) showing name, fund, sex, date-of~b1rth,‘ classification, fortnightly hours, date commenced, date of present classification. (Note - Personal Files for award employees are not kept by the Section). Maintenanceof Industrial awards applying to Departmental staff. UnitFiles - these record any Industrial matter applying to the Unit and personnel transactions relating to award staff, e.g.Long Service Leave, reclassifications, , Relocation registerwhich records relocations of staff. . Administration ofthe Work Experience Scheme, State Employees Retirement Benefits Scheme, Apprentices, dob Creation Schemes. 2.2 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH ANO SAFETY SECTION • Therecords maintained by the Occupational Health and Safety Section fall within the following categories; . Accident statisticsfor the Department. . Unit Files - theserecord any health and safety matter relating to a particular Unit. 3. ACCOUNTSBRANCH The Accounts Branchmaintains records on the following: . FINANCIAL RECORDINGAND REPORTING (FRAR) Thissystem provides a record of the Department's expenditure. Copies of weekly transaction reports are maintained In hard copy and microfiche form and are retained for seven years. PAYCOSTPAYROLL SYSTEM RecordsIn this category relate to offlcer/employee salary/wages and are stored In hard copy and microfiche form. ACCOUNTSRECEIVABLE SYSTEM , Thissystem Is stored on a micro computer In data base form. STATEMENT2; 4. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE RECORDSGENERAL Otherrecords kept Include Budget papers, voucher payments and general accounting records. 4. MEDIASERVICES BRANCH PRICEDPUBLICATIONS: . Agnotes . AgbulletVns . AnnualReports Agriculture Note Series Research Project Series . Study Tour Reports . Technical Report Series NAILINGLISTS: Heldon Word Processor: . Agricultural and Pastoral Report AgnewsRed Minister's Media Release -Master List . Minister's Media Release - Supplementary List A Minister's Media Release - Supplementary L1st*B Cropping Report Corporate Report . Livestock Market Reporting Service HeldOn Government Computing Services Computer: Agnotes Subscribers CORRESPONDENCE Copiesof all correspondence Is maintained within the Central Registry System. VIDEOTEX Informationon agriculture Is held 1n the form of a computer data base (Videotex) and will be accessible through Videotex equipment. It is expected that the public will be able to subscribe to this service In September 1984. 5. ANIMAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION LABORATORY TESTING REPORTS . Eachveterinary laboratory maintains an accession reporting system showing details of all specimens received, names of owners and submitters, and results of testing. Oetalls are held on hard copy and mlcrofllm/ftche. 5. DEPARTMENTOf AGRICULTURE STATEMENT2: PERSONALAND POSITION FILES Allresearch establishments; and veterinary laboratories maintain employee personal records, COMPUTERSAND WORO PROCESSORS NOVAcomputers in veterinary laboratories are used to store and process data and statistics In relation to the Brucellosis Eradication Campaign. APPLE and RAINBOW computers are used at laboratories and research Institutes for word processing, storage of research data, farm wages, laboratory accessions, and general administration. Storage 1s on hard disk and floppy disk. CATEGORIESOF GENERAL FILES Eachlaboratory and research Institute holds documents that can be broadly categorised Into the following areas: Administration Organisations Actsand Regulations Buildingsand grounds Committeesand meetings Disasterplan Extension Library Publications PublicWorks Department Correspondence Departmentof Agriculture State Government Departments Commonwealth Departments Industry Organisations Universities and Colleges SML Awards Employment Committees Internal Departmental General Stores Equipment Vehicles Livestock Finance Budget Estimates Program Budget Research Grants Revenue ServiceAccounts VAM1S Worksand Services Veterinary Diseases 6. STATEMENT2: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE 5.1 HEROIMPROVEMENT SERVICES HerdImprovement Services provides programs of genetic Improvement and herd management. A computer system processes dairy cow production records and provides dalryfarmers and Industry organisations with reports and statements. Records are held 1n the following broad categories: Cow Productionreports . Dairy Sire reports 6oatReports and General Files 6. PLANTRESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION TheDivision of Plant Research and Development utilizes the Department's Central Registry for Its Head Office filing requirements. Files are also maintained at research establishments, Typical subject areas for documents held at such locations are listed below: Accommodation . Administration . Committees Conferences ,* . Finance Personnel . Transport 7. DISTRICTINDUSTRY SERVICES DIVISION TheOlvislon of District Industry Services, besides utilising the Department's Central Registry system, maintains a number of separate records keeping systems and one EDP system to store correspondence and data relating to extension duties. Theregistry system used throughout the 18 District Offices contains all correspondence relating to the respective Office's extension functions. The filing systems In use In the District Offices are uniformly structured having the following subject headings: Accommodation Administration . Committees ar.d Meetings Extension Activities , Finance Personnel * . Publications Stores Transport 7. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT2: SUPERATE TheSuoerate system contains client listings in accordance with the District Extension Officer's operations as defined under the Suoerate Program. A Suoerate EDP system operates In the following Olstrlct Offices: Balrnsdale, Ballarat, Bendigo, Hamilton, leongatha, Seymour, Warrnambool and Wodonga. MAILINGLISTS WodongaOlstrlct Office maintains a mailing list which Is held by Alburv Computer Centre for the purposes of mailing the Rural Quarterly. 7.1 GARDENADVISORY SERVICE TheGarden Advisory Service, a sub-branch of the Melbourne Olstrlct Office, operates a records keeping system which Is based on the Agdex Filing System and contains documents that are categorised as follows: AgriculturalEngineering Animals 6eneral Plantand Animal Health Vegetation Finance AgriculturalExtension Field Crops Horticulture Soils, Water/land Administration Personnel 8. DIVISION OFVETERINARY FIELD SERVICES Olvlslonof Veterinary Field Services utilises a sub-registry of the Department's Central Registry. The categories of records covers Divisional policy, financial management, administration, and livestock and Industry policy. In addition to this system the Division also maintains the following records: TAM.TAG REGISTER OF ALL CATTLE - A register of all properties with cattle. Also, files are held on the sale of untagged cattle through saleyards. PIGTATTOO REGISTER - A register of both owners who apply for pig tattoos and also owners who sell pigs without a pig tattoo. BEESREGISTER - A 11st of all properties that keep bees and a register of all bee-keepers In the State. POULTRYHATCHERIES— Files of all establishments licensed for purposes of hatching of eggs and the sale of chickens. SHEEPBRANDING FLUIOS - A register of all approved sheep branding fluid products.

8. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT2: SWILLFEEDING - An Individual property file for piggeries which feed pigs with exempted food refuse* SHEEPLICE/FOOTROT/OOHNE'S DISEASE - All properties which have animals affected with either Johne's Disease, Footrot or Sheep Lice. Also, property files of offenders being prosecuted for breach of the Stock OVseases Act 1868. ACCREDITEDHERD FLOCKS - Register of properties which wish to have herd/flock accredited free of either Ovine Brucellosis, Bovine Brucellosis or Tuberculosis. BRUCELLOSISPROPERTY FILES - Files of all properties where herds have been blood tested for brucellosis. 9. PRODUCTSTANDARDS AND QUARANTINE DIVISION 9.1 meatinspection branch TheMeat Inspection Branch operates a filing system that 1s Independent of the Central Registry system, Documents are categorised Into the following subject groupings: Accommodation Brands Correspondence Committees Diseases Establishments IllegalActivities Livestock MeatInspection Services Organisations Prosecutions Reports Storesand Services Surveys Administration Conferencesand Heelings Coursesand Workshops Complaints Departments Finance Legislation Meat Ministerial Parliament Publications Staff Statistics Transport 9.2.ANIMAL QUARANTINE SECTION TheAnimal Quarantine Section operates Its own correspondence registry at Its central office on the ground floor, 176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne, Documents are categorised Into the following subject areas; Administration ExoticDiseases . Specific (by disease) .Olsease Notification 9 DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT2: Export Import PublicEnquiries General PublicEnquiries (specified by country) Protocols(specified by country) Welfare VRIReports (specified by country) Certificates (animals) Certificates(semen and ova) Certificates(genera!) Permitsto Embark Applicationsand Permits (animals, animal products, semen and ova) ApprovedPremises (treatment, scientific, zoo/clrcuses/theatres) Protocols(animals, animal products, semen and ova) PublicEnquiries (animals, animal products, semen and ova) LaboratoryReports Permitsto Land (animals, animal products, semen and ova) ProceduresReports (disinfection, destruction, surveillance, containers, parcels post) Prosecutions Welfare InterstateMovement , Protocols ,Correspondence . Certificates Inaddition to these classes of documents held within the Animal Quarantine records system there are the following: . Registerof Imported animals. .Register of seized goods treated by gamma Irradiation. . Registerof goods held. Recordsof quarantine orders made by quarantine officers (these are kept In the form of books In the possession of Individual officers). . Records of goodsreleased from quarantine (these are kept 1n the form of books In the possession of individual officers). , Fish QuarantineTank records (these are filed under the approved Importing-aquarium).

10. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT2; AccountsIssued to Importers and exporters for Quarantine Services. . PhotographicMaterial (colour transparencies and prints). 9.3 DAIRY QUALITYASSURANCE SERVICES TheDairy Quality Assurance Unit primarily utilises the Department's Central Registry, In addition, separate files are maintained on the following: . DairyFactories Dairy Stores . RawMilk Recetva.1 Depots . Delivery Oalrles . Processing Dairies . SulkMilk Transport Companies Milk Vendors In addition, results of testsperformed on milk and dairy produce . for quality assurance purposes are held on computer. 9.4 GILBERTCHANDLER INSTITUTE OF DAIRY TECHNOLOGY Documentsare maintained on the basis of the following subject groupings: Administration , Commissionsand Inquiries Committees . Conferencesand Meetings Education Equipment . Extension Finance , Insurance. . Legislation Newsletters , Organisations and Associations Research and SpecialInvestigations . Quality Assurance Methods and Systems Quality Assurance Surveillance Policy Scientificdata collected In the course of research projects Is held on computer. 9.5 PLANTSTANOAROS BRANCH f ThePlant Standards Branch utilises a sub-registry of the Central Registry system. 11. STATEMENT2: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE Documentsheld are classified Into the following subject groupings AerialAgriculture Boards Commissionsand Inquiries DairyProducts Eggs Equipment Extension Federaland Industry Grants Fibres Flowers Forestry GovernmentGrants Imports Irrigationand Drainage LegalOpinions Livestock Meteorology Nuts Pastures Pesticides Publications Regulations Research Shows Staff Statistics Tobacco Vegetables Veterinary Wool Agreements Cereals CoolStorage Education Entomology Exports FarmProduce Agents Fertilizers Films Fodder Fruit Herbs Insurance Land Legislation Meat Migration Oil Plants Pathology Prosecutions Quarantine Relief Scholarshlps/Fellowshlps/Cadetshlps Soils Standards Surveys Transport Verminand Noxious Weeds Vines TheBranch also maintains an Inspector's Authorisation card index. 9.6 IHPORT/EXPORTSERVICES SECTION 9.7 Documentsare held In the following subject groupings: Accommodationand Equipment Counter Fees Insurances PlantQuarantine Estimates Stores Administration Expenditure Finance MotorVehicles Staff PLANTQUARANTINE SECTION FILES Documentsare held In the following subject groupings: Analysis Results * Certificate(Approval) Schemes for Plant Material (Including seeds) DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT2; Commodities for Processing orConsumption Containers Cultures . 'Disinfection and Fumigation . Importation of Fruit Importation ofTimber, Including timber packaging and ether packaging materials . Insects . Legislation Noxious Plants andSeeds Overseas Plant quarantine . Plant Diseases . PlantHealth (Phytosanltary) Certificates Plant QuarantineExtension . Plant QuarantineManual Plant QuarantineReports and Returns . Plants - Importation . Publications~ Non-plant Quarantine Registerof Nursery Stock Importations , Premises and Special Introductions Seeds - Importationfor Growing . Soil and Fertiliser . Statistics ,* Tullamarlne Airport 9.8 OTHER RECORDSHELD BY DIVISION OF PRODUCT STANDARDS ANO QUARANTINE Inaddition to the normal documentary classes of records Incorporated in the filing system there are; ?eedsamples - Obtained from overseas countries, Indexed and abelled. Insectspecimens - Obtained from Imported goods. Indexed and labelled. Photographicmaterial - Display photos, colour transparencies. Films- Mainly colour transparencies to be used by the Audio visual unit. 9.9 ANIMAL WELFAREBUREAU Documentsare maintained 1n the following subject areas: . Code of Practice - AnimalsIn Saleyards - Victoria . Code of Practice - AnimalExperimentation - Australian , Code of Practice - Euthanasiaof Animals - Australian . Code of Practice - FeedLotting of Sheep & Lambs - Australian , Code of Practice - HumaneDestruction of Animals and Birds - Australian .Code of Practice - Llvewelght selling * Victoria n. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT2: Code of Practice -Road and Rail - Australian , Code of Practice - Sea Transport of Livestock Australian . Code of Practice - Transportof Livestock - Victoria , Code of Practice - Transportof Animals by Air Australian Code of Practice -Welfare of Pigs - Victoria Code of Practice - Welfare of Cattle - Victoria . Code of Practice - Welfareof Sheep - Victoria . Code of Practice - Welfareof Poultry - Victoria . Code of Practice - WelfareOf Deer Code of PracticeWelfare of Horse - Victoria . Code of Practice - Welfareof Wildlife - victoria , Code of Practice - Welfareof Fowl - Australian Code of Practice - Welfare ofPigs - Australian AnimalExperimentation Animal Liberation . Animal Welfare - General , Animal Welfare Investigations . Cat Protection Society 6ee1ong Animal Welfare Society . Interstate and Intrastate Transportation of Small Animals Investigations . Lort Smith Hospital . LostDogs Home Prosecutions • , RodeoPermits . Transportof Animals 10.ECONOMICS & MARKETING BRANCH INFORMATIONKEPT ON COMPUTER . FarmManagement Programs . Livestock Market Reporting Data . Fruit and vegetable Market Reporting Data MARKETINSPECTION SERVICE Fileskept on all wholesalers BRANCHFILE SYSTEM Documentsheld by the branch can be categorised Into the following subject areas; . instructions and Decisions . Structureand Organisation . Operational and CorporatePlanning . Finance . . Accommodation . Equipment . MotorVehicles 14. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT2; Publications Personnel . Training , Economics and Marketing Activities . Reports of Departmental Staff Meetings Conferences External Workshopsand Seminars . Committees . Correspondence with External Liaison Centres EconomicMarketing - Including Horticultural Market Service, Market Research and Market Development 10.4 BRANCH AGDEXFILING SYSTEM . General Field Crops , Horticulture , Vegetation Animals . Soils, Water andLand Diseases, Pests andChemicals . Agricultural Engineering . Economicsand Extension 11. STATECHEMISTRY LABORATORY RECORDKEEPING SYSTEMS TheUnit's central filing system Is held at 5 Macarthur Street and Is derived from two sources - the filing systems of the Division of Agricultural Chemistry (Department of Agriculture) and the State Laboratories Co-ordination Unit (Department of the Premier and Cabinet). The01vision of Agricultural Chemistry was absorbed, with sections of other Departments, into the newly formed State Chemistry Laboratory on 1 February 1983. Its files were transferred to the new Unit at that time and became the basis of the new Unit's system; they are broadly arranged In the Department of Agriculture mode. Some State Laboratories Co-ordination Unit files were also Incorporated Into the new Unit's system.

Documents are held In the following subject groupings:

Administration

Agricultural Chemicals

Animal Services

Analysis

Committees

Conferences

Dairy Industry

Environment

Equipment ♦

Fertilizers

Field Crops

Finance

Human Health

Legal Action and Opinions

Legislation

Projects

Row Crops $tat1sttcs/Stat1stlc1ans/Blometrlcs

Soils

15. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT2; 11.1 TOXICOLOGY BRANCH SCL, CORONER'S COURT, 607FLINOERS STREET EXTENSION Thefollowing records are held In the Branch: Oaysheets outlining causes of death as determined by pathologists In coronlal Investigations, , Year lists ofanalytical results related to coronlal Investigations within Victoria. 11.2 HEALTH SCIENCES BRANCH SCL, 5 MACARTHURSTREET Files are held relating to*. .Analytical methods - food, nutrition, public health. . , Resultsof analyses on samples taken 1n connection with food, nutrition,public health. , Data files onscience and technology relating to public health. .Correspondence relating to the above flle%. 11.3 CHIEF CHEMIST'SGROUP Thisgroup consists of the library, scientific services section and agricultural standards section. Thisgroup holds Data files on Pesticides and details of registered Products. OATE: 6August 1984 CURRENCY OF STATEMENT: 5July 1984 734A/10A DEPORTMENT OFAGRICULTURE STATEMENT 3: FOI ARRANGEMENTS PUBLISHEDINFORMATION ON FOI Statementon Organisation and Functions - see summary In Victorian Government Directory (a detailed statement is available for purchase (cost; 20* per page) from the Department's Nominated Officer or at the Agriculture Bookshop, Ground Floor, 166 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne. Inspection of the statement may be made at the Law Department, Public Record Office, State Library, the Department of Agriculture Library and Department of Agriculture District Offices, Statementon Categories of Documents - available for purchase (cost: 20* per page) from the Department's Nominated Officer or the Bookshop and for Inspection at the Law Department, Public Record Office, State Library, the Department of Agriculture Library and Department of Agriculture District Offices and Research Institutes. Statementon FOI Arrangements - available free f charge from the Department's Nominated Officer and for inspect.n at the Law Department, Public Record Office, State Library, the Department of Agriculture Library and Department of Agriculture District Offices and Research Institutes. Statementon Publicity Services - available f/ee of charge from the Department's Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Record Office, State Library, the Department of Agriculture Library and Department of Agriculture District Offices and Research Institutes. Statementon documents available for Inspection or purchase under section 8 - available for purchase (cost: 20* per page) from the Department's Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Record Office, State Library, the Department of Agriculture Library and Department of Agriculture District Offices and Research Institutes. Statementon Reports etc. - available for purchase (cost; 5* per page) from the Department's Nominated Officer and for Inspection at the Law Department, Public Record Office, State Library, the Department of Agriculture Library and Department of Agriculture district Offices and Research Institutes, t STATEMENT3: DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE FOIACCESS ARRANGEMENTS AnFOI request must be made In writing addressed to: Freedomof Information Manager Department of Agriculture Box 4041 GpO MELBOURNE Vic 3001 It1s the aim of the FOI Act to make the maximum amount of Information available to Victorians promptly and inexpensively. An FOI request should therefore be as specific and precise as possible so that the request can be processed efficiently. An FOI applicant should identify as clearly as possible the documents to which access is required and specify the form of access required* e.g.. photocopies, Inspect documents. The accurate identification of documents will facilitate the tSittely location of the documents requested, and delays 1n responding to a request will be minimized. Furthermore, a request that Is excessively broad may lead to a charge being levied for access to documents that may not be relevant to a request. TheDepartment's FOI Manager Is responsible for processing all FOI requests. The FOI Manager will notify the applicant of the decision reached as soon as possible; the maximum allowable period being 45 days from the day the request was received. If the FOI Manager decides to restrict access In some way, or grant access in a form different from that specified, the applicant will be notified of the procedure whereby an appeal can be lodged against the decision. In the case where a charge Is levied, the applicant will be similarly notified of the right to appeal. Such appeals are to be addressed to the Director-General of Agriculture. Further appeals may be made to the Ombudsman or the County Court. CHARGESUNDER THE ACT Whenthe FOI Manager decides that a charge should be levied, this will be done In accordance with the FOI Regulations. Regulated charges are set out below: PhotocopyFees: 20i per A4 page, , Search Fees: wherethe Department has to identify and locate documents: 120.00/hour. . Supervision Fees:where a document Is Inspected by an applicant within the Department: $5 per 15 minutes.

  • Deposits: a depositof |25 may be requested before the Department

will grant access, where the charges will be substantial, . Maximum Charge: amaximum charge of 1100 applies, excepting word processor/computer stored Information. Thesecharges will be waived if the applicant 1s a Member of Parliament, If the Information can be shown to be accessed in the public Interest, or 1f the applicant 1s impecunious. 3. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT3: AMENDMENTTO PERSONAL RECORDS AnFOI applicant can request the correction of any Information held on records relating to themselves, where 1t Is considered that this Information is inaccurate, Incomplete, or gives a misleading Impression. Where agreement cannot be reached concerning the proposed amendment, the applicant shall be entitled to place In his/her record a concise statement of the reasons for the disagreement. Requests must be In writing and Identify the Information alleged to be Inaccurate, Incomplete,or misleading, and must contain reasoned argument as to why they feel the Information to be so. The applicant must also provide the suggested amendment to the record. FurtherInformation may be obtained from: . Freedom ofInformation Act, 1982 Freedom of Information Handbook Freedom of Information (AccessCharges) Regulations, 1983 . Freedom of Information (Prescribed Authorities) Regulations, 1983, which are available from the Victorian Government Bookshop LIBRARYHOURS TheDepartment maintains a Reference Library principally for use of Departmental officers, By prior arrangement with the Librarian, members of the public may use Library material or view FOI Part IT Statements within specified hours. Location: Departmentof Agriculture 2ndfloor 176Wellington Parade East Melbourne Hours: 8.15am to 4.36 pm - Monday to Friday - Holidays excepted Librarian: MsCaroline Larsen - Telephone 651 7580 NOMINATEDOFFICER OF THE DEPARTMENT Requestsfor access to documents In the Department of Agriculture under the Freedom of Information Act 1932 are the responsibility of the Department's Freedom of Information Manager, Mr W M Marks. Requestsfor Information must be placed In writing and addressed to; NrW M Marks Freedomof information Manager Department of Agriculture Box 4041, GPO Melbourne 3001 DATE: 6August 1984 CURRENCYOF STATEMENT: 5 July 1984 723A/9A DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT 4: PUBLICITYSERVICES 1 PUBLICATIONS TITLE: RURALQUARTERLY PUBLISHED: Quarterly AVAILABILITY: Freeto all farmers 1n the Wodonga and Benalla Districts. Forviewing at the National Library of Australia ISSN 0729-8757 Alsoavailable for purchase at $2.00 per copy at Wodonga or Benalla District Office or at Wodonga local newsagents. PRICE: Recommendedretail price $2.00. SUBSCRIPTION: Ata cost of $10.00 per annum including postage fromthe publishers of Rural Quarterly. PQ Box 103, Albury NSW 2640 Australia. TITLE: MALLEEFARMER PUBLISHED: Quarterly AVAILABILITY: Atno cost to farmers in the Swan Hill District, orat no cost on request from the Swan HIM District Office. PRICE: Freepublication SUBSCRIPTION: Itavailable at no charge. 2. AGNOTES AnIndex listing all current Agnotes by subject area 1s attached to this statement. 3. AGRICULTURALPUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE AT DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Listedare the booklets available at the bookshop from the Department of Agriculture, 166 Wellington Parade. East Melbourne. They have been listed In the various publications series. In most cases, the series abbreviation and an identification number precedes each title. 2. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT♦; Youcan either buy the booklets over the counter, or order the*. Further enquiries should be directed to: The Manager, Bookshop, Department of Agriculture, Box 4041 GPO, Melbourne, Vic. 3001; Telephone (03) 651 7121. TheBookshop is situated on the Ground Floor, 166 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne, Vic. 3002. Annual Reports Annual report - 1981,Glenormiston Agricultural College $2.80 Assessment of sires used AB andnatural mating $4.00 Assessment of sires used In ABand natural mating 1979-1980 $2.80 Dairy cattle production1978-1979 $1.30 library Service annual report1982-83 $1,30 Longeronong Agricultural College1980 $2.80 Mallee Research Station Walpeup1977 $4.00 Pastoral Research InstituteHamilton, 1979-1980 $2.80 Research report 1979-1980,Horticultural Research Institute, Knoxfleld $2.80 Summary of tobacco Investigations 1978-1979 $1.30 Summary of tobaccoInvestigations 1979-1980 $1.30 Summary of tobaccoInvestigations 1981-1982 $2.80 SunrayslaHorticultural Research Institute Irymple Biennial Research $2.80 Report 1981-1983 Victorian Agricultural Equipmentliaison Committee 1982 $1,30 9 AgriculturalNote Series ANS 5 Proceedings ofthe pasture branch conference Glenormiston $4.00 25-26 Sept, 1978 ANS 6 Irrigation for the orchardlst and vegetable grower $2.80 ANS 12 Commercial applications of Hydroponics $4.00 ANS 29 Recreational landscaping 1979 $4.00 ANS 37 Turf Irrigation seminar $2.80 ANS 49 Impact of computer technology on agriculture extension $2.80 ANS 50 Symposium on soil and plant testing - Melb 1979 $2,80 ANS 55 Introduction to agricultural soils $1.30 ANS 70 Commercial hydroponics discussion day $4.00 ANS 83 Introduction to wool market terminology $1.30 ANS 93 Winter milk production $1.30 ANS 116 Industryworkshop on trends in sheepmeats production and $1.30 marketing ANS 117 Seminar on soil testing for gypsumrequirements $1.30 ANS 122 Farmfinance $1.30 ANS 123 Theberry option $1.30 ANS 12S Cool storage of tablegrapes, citrus andvegetables $4.00 ANS 126 Proceedings of Dairy Quality Assurance Services Conference $4.00 ANS 128 PoultryIndustry seminar $2.80 ANS 130 Minerals inpasture and .livestock $1.30 ANS 131 Producinghigh quality eggs $1.30 ANS 132 Managingpoultry In hot weather $2.80 ANS 133 Proceedingsof workshop on field crop entomology In South- $4.00 testAustralia 3. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT4: AMS 134 Bovine brucellosisbreakdown 34.00 ResearchProject Series RPS 51 Th* effect of previousfertiliser applications and soil type 31.30 on levels of 'available' phosphorus, sulphur and potassium RPS 52 Management practices and financial preformance of beef 32.BO producers In theBenalla District 1969-1974 RPS 60 Comparative field trials with a two-wheel-drive and an 31,30 unequal four-wheel-drive tractor RPS 70 Use of survey techniques to provide production forecasts for 31.30 sheep and cattle RPS 71 Monitoring the sheep and cattle Industries In Victoria using 31.30 survey techniques RPS 75 Population studies of xlphlnema pachtalcum and x, amerlcarum 31.30 In a vineyard InNorth-Eastern Victoria RPS 77 The adequacy of critical P and Sconcentrations In soils and 31.30 In pasture species etc, RPS 78 Broiler farm management study 1978-1979 31.30 r RPS 80 *22nd Victorian random sample laying test 1978-1980* SI .30 RPS 81 Victorian rapeseed variety comparisons 1970-79 31.30 RPS 86 Tolerance of livestock to saline drinking water 1n Western $1.30 Victoria RPS 87 Health and environment risks associated with land disposal 32,80 of piggery effluent 1976-1979 RPS 88 Summary of bloat research at Kyabram 1967 31.30 RPS 89 The effect of age and duration of protein restriction during 32.80 rearing on the layingpreformance of the egg type pullets RPS 90 Victorian soils used for cereal variety comparisons 1979 $4.00 RPS 92 Community attitudetowards files: a summary of Melbourne 32.80 households RPS 93 Dairy farm management study 1979-1980 32.80 RPS 94 Victorian wheatvariety comparisons, 1979 32.80 RPS 95 Victorian barleyvariety comparisons, 1979 32.80 RPS 96 Improving thereproductive efficiency of ewe flocks 1973-1979$2.80 RPS 97 Consumer attitude and knowledge of fruit and vegetables $1.30 quality, grades, standardsand packaging RPS 98 Potential for the development of a peanut Industry In Victoria $1.30 RPS 99 Studies of the characteristics and control of strains of 31.30 venturla Inaequalis (CKE) wint.which etc. March ’81 RPS 100 An evaluation of the effect of "Living Soil", "Haxlcrop*and 31.30 agriculture lldye on perennial pasture 1n the Heytesbury district of South-Western Victoria RPS 101 Survey of agricultural trends InWest Glppsland 32.80 RPS 102 Applemarketing In Victoria 31.30 RPS 103 Evaluation of the effectiveness of extensionmaterial 31,30 circulated In multilingual form RPS 104 Studieson the effect of source of protein,calcium etc. 32.80 RPS 105 Thedemand for wheat for food uses InAustralia 31,30 RPS 106 Amonthly demand model for eggs 1n Victoria $1.30 RPS 108 Broiler farm managementstudy 1979-80 $1.30 RPS 109 Victorian random sample layingtest '79~*81 31.30 DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT4: RPS 112 Objectives based Management system 177-•81 31.30 RPS 113 The demand for wheat for feed uses InAustralia tl.30 RPS 114 Pigmanagement study 1980-81 tl.30 RPS IIS The demand for barley for food and beverage uses in Australia tl.30 RPS lib Studies of sheep blowflies In Victoria 32.80 RPS 118 Present and future research on the Irymple citrus mechanical 32.80 harvestingsystem RPS 119 A survey of management strategies employed by producers in 32.80 theSeymour district to combat summer illthrift in weaner wool sheep RPS 120 Victorian wheat varietycomparison 1980 31.30 RPS 122 Survey of undersown and subterranean clover pastures In the 31.30 north-eastof Victoria *80 RPS 123 Beef carcase classification and the retail meatsector - 31.30 asurvey of retailers who trade with the Traralgon and Ferntree Gully abattoirs RPS 124 A survey of farmers with agreements to re-use drainage water 3U30 fromBarr Creek In North Victoria RPS 125 The demand for barley for livestock feeding inAustralia 31.30 RPS 126 Monitor farm study driedvine fruit Industry 31.30 RPS 127 Wimmera farm management study1979-'8Q 31.30 RPS 128 Alternative marketing structure for Infantagricultural 32.80 industries RPS 131 The Australiandemand for sorghum 31*30 RPS 135 Victorian random sample laying test1980-'82 * 31.30 RPS 136 Opinion survey of weeds of Victorian pastures andlucerne 31.30 RPS 137 Use of agents for synchronisation of oestrus in dairycows 32.80 RPS 139 An investigation into a severe toxic diseaseaffecting 31.30 poultry RPS 140 Evaporation and the growing season inGlppsland 31.30 RPS 141 Export marketing procedures: A guide tohorticultural 31*30 exporting RPS 142 Whole oat grain feeding of ewes and lambs during drought 31.30 RPS 143 Internalparasites of weaner sheep 31.30 RPS 144 Investigations of the physiologicalcontrol of wool 31.30 sheddingIn Wiltshire horn sheep 1975-' RPS 145 Comparison of yield, protein, amino acid, and fibrecontent 31.30 of triticale andwheat grown in Victoria RPS 146 An Investigation ofsoils and groundwater In the campaspe 32.80 Irrigationdistrict RPS 147 A survey of the effects of drought In 1967 in theShelford 31.30 districtof Victoria with particular reference to livestock management RPS 148 Publishingon videotex 32.80 RPS 149 Evaluation of the reaction of sunflowercultivators to 31.30 sclerotihiaStem rot (sclerotinia miror), and time of Infection on yield RPS 150 'Dispensed with* • . 31.30 RPS 151 Soils of the vineyards of theHalls Gap district 32.80 RPS 152 Soils of the vineyards ofthe Ararat district 32.80 RPS 153 Self-directed learning by rural landholders in theMelbourne 31.30 district 5. DEPARTMENTOf AGRICULTURE STATEMENT4: RPS 155 Long-termeffect of some methods for Improving soil structure $1.30 In red-brown earth soils In the Northern Irrigation areas of Victoria RPS 156 The relationship between pasture copper and COTA - $1.30 extractable soil copper 1nVictoria RPS 15? Improvingmating management of pigs '78-'81, Animal Research $2.80 Institute, Werrlbee RPS 158 The optimum level ofcalcium phosphorus and vitamin O3 for $2.80 each of the main stages of egg production 1977-1980 RPS 159 Nutrient runoff from agriculturallands $2.80 RPS 160 Monitor farm study dried vine fruit Industry $1.30 RPS 161 Evaluation ofa trial videotex service for the beef Industry $4.00 RPS 162 Glrgarre salinity survey July-Nov. 1982 $1.30 RPS 163 Comparative field trials with single and dual tractor tyres $1.30 RPS 164 Consumer surveys comparing short-method and traditional $1.30 Cheddar cheeses RPS 165 frost damageto pastures 1n Victoria with special reference $1.30 to the 1982 drought and frost situation RPS 166 Press clipping service $1.30 ,. RPS 168 25th Victorian random sample laying test 1982-83 $1.30 RPS 169 The marketing of venison in Victoria $2.80 RPS 170 Wheatgrowing In the Mallee - How farmers fared 1n 1981-*82 $1.30 RPS 171 Marketing of goat meat 1n Victoria $1.30 RPS 172 The test marketing of brown eggs $2.80 RPS 175 Ory matter of lucerne (Medlcago sat1va)and«some annual $1.30 pasture legume in the"Little Desert* of Victoria RPS 176 A soil compaction survey of theBallarat district $1.30 RPS 177 Queensland fruit fly In Victoria - A synopsis of $2.80 of observations onIts biology and control RPS 178 The marketing of fresh fruit andvegetables - results of $2.80 a survey of retailers StudyTour Report STRS 22 England and Scotland $2.80 STRS 27 Visit to Nigeria, Israel, UK, Canada 6 USA *78 $1.30 STRS 28 North America, England and OECD $1.30 STRS 30 Observations on pasture research In sub-Alpine areas of $1.30 New Zealand STRS 31 Evaluation of research, development and the use of Regional $2.80 Economic TechniquesIn the US, Canada & UK STRS 32 Fresh fruit and vegTes marketingIn British Columbia and $1.30 California STRS 33 Financial management 1n the New Zealand Ministry of $1.30 Agriculture and Fisheries Nov1979 " STRS 37 The biology quarantine andcontrol of grape phylloxera $2.80 STRS 39 Report of visit to USAand UK $1.30 STRS 41 Report on dairying InNew Zealand Nov 13-28 '79 $2.80 STRS 42 Report of a visit to veterinary laboratories 1n the $2.80 Netherland, UK, Canada and USA1979 STRS 43 Report on visit to NorthAmerica (ornamentals) $1.30 STRS 44 Report on visit to NorthAmerica (potatoes) $1.30 6. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT4: STRS 45 Report of a visit to Mexico, USAand Canada $1.30 STRS 46 Overseas approaches to Increasing community awareness of $1.30 food-born Infection etc. STRS 47 Wheat research In North Americaand Britain $1.30 STRS 48 Irrigating vegetables by waste water in Egypt and Israel 1960 $2.80 STRS SO Irrigationtechnology study tour USA $1.30 STRS 51 The blueberryIndustry In New Zealand $1.30 STRS 52 The lucerne and grass seed Industries Inthe USA $1.30 STRS 53 Fly suppression 1nEurope and USA $1.30 STRS 55 Pointers for Australian viticulture from Mexico,California $2.80 and Italy. Sept-Oct 1980 STRS 56 Horticultural production economics and managementof $1.30 sub-tropicalhorticultural crops In N. Zealand STRS 57 Bramble,raspberry and currat culture In Europe and $1.30 North America. June 22-July 141980 STRS 58 Observations on pesticide application practices andInsect $2.80 pest control 1n New Zealand STRS 61 Labor efficiency In agriculture9-14 June '80 $1.30 STRS 62 Dalryfafmlng 1n the United StatesJune-Aug '80 $2.80 STRS 63 Developments In greenhousetechnology In NZ $1.30 STRS 64 The role of a Regional Veterinary Laboratory 1n theearly $1.30 recognition of exotic disease STRS 65 Extension 6 Research activities 1n the dairyingIndustry $1.30 of New Zealand. April 20-May 9,1980 STRS 66 Stripe rust 1n USA, England, Holland and West Germany. $1,30 STRS 68 Olseases of grapes, citrus and avocado, In Western Australia $1.30 and South Australia STRS 69 Irrigation scheduling and diary production In NAmerica $1.30 STRS 70 Rural marketing services In Japan, Sweden and United Kingdom $1.30 STRS 71 Aspects of theQueensland pig Industry $1.30 STRS 72 Pig and beef carcaseclassification In WA $1.30 STRS 73 Turfresearch In the USA $1.30 STRS 74 Luplnosls and Its Implications to lupin stubblegrazing $1,30 practices In Victoria STRS 75 An Investigation of the development 1nresearch and $2,80 commercialuse of energy efficient technologies In the European Qalry Industry '81 STRS 76 Anassessment of marketing opportunities for Victorian flower $2.80 producers In Japan,W. Germany and Holland STRS 77 Qualityaspects of Australian table grape exports to $1,30 Singapore and Kuala Lumpur STRS 78 Grapephylloxera In New Zealand $1.30 STRS 79 S1losealing techniques $2.80 STRS 80 Control of facial eczema in dairy cattle In NewZealand $1.30 STRS 61 Artificial insemination 1n pigs and the use of hormonesto $1.30 Improve production STRS 82 Acomparison of plans to combat animal disease emergencies 1n $1.30 New Zealand and Victoria. STRS 83 Aspects of legume bacteriology and nutrition on acidsoils $1.30 STRS 84 IrrigationIn the United States $2,80 STRS 85 Livestock production and marketingIn Britain $1.30 7. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT♦: STRS 86 Developments 1n grain Insect control 1n NorthAmerica. $1.30 Europeand Israel STRS 87 P1g feed research 1n Britain, France and Denmark $ STRS 88 Infertility due toclover disease In sheep $1.30 STRS 89 Agro forestry, shelter belts and fodder-treedevelopments $1.30 1nNZ STRS 90 Education and training For agriculturallibrary and $1.30 Informationwork STRS 92 Recent development In reproductiveImmunalogy $1.30 STRS 93 ReglenaHsed animal health services and animal disease $4,00 eradication programsIn New Zealand Part I STRS 94 Regionalized animalhealth services and animal disease $2.80 etc.In NZ Part II STRS 95 Regionalized animat health services and animal disease $2.80 eradicationprograms In NZ Part III STRS 96 Market potential for seed potatoes In SouthAustralia $1.30 STRS 97 Recent development 1n research Into Immunopharmacology, $1.30 theestablishment of monoclonal antlbody/hybrldom laboratories, and the 1mmunoparas1to1ogy of Fasciola Hepatlca STRS 99 Notes on agricultural and horticulturalengineering In $1.30 Britainand Holland. TechnicalReport Series TRS 14 The agnote system $1,30 TRS 15 A liquid dispenser for adding supplements to stock $1.30 drinkingwater TRS 20 Alternative types of phosphorous fertiliserfor pastures - $1.30 Areview of Victorian experiments TRS 23 Soil friability and plant growth $1,30 TRS 25 Dairy Standards Branch. Annual statistics 1980-81 $1.30 TRS 26 Plgmeats situation and outlook 1980 $1.30 TRS 31 Energy 1n agriculture. Volume 1 $2.80 TRS 32 Seed counts $2.80 TRS 34 A manual of the soil testing service provided by the $ Divisionof Agricultural Chemistry TRS 35 The allocationof research resources In agricultural research $2.80 TRS 36 Bloat prevention In dairy cows $1.30 TRS 40 0escr1pt1ve assessment system for cheese sold for table use $1,30 onthe Australian market TRS 45 Southern Wlmmera soils and their significance to local $1.30 agriculture TRS 47 Horticultural export market development $2,80 TRS 48 Annual report - Oct. '81 Oalry cattle production '80-'81 $1,30 TRS 49 Induction of ovulation In sheep $1.30 TRS 50 Market potential for lupin In Asia $2.80 TRS 51 Productivity and preservation - The keys to success In the $1.30 1980sand beyond * TRS 54 Northern Wlmmera soils and their significance to local $1.30 agriculture 8. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT4: TRS 55 Soils of N.W. Victoria, their characteristics and $2. significance to localagriculture TRS 56 Analysis of plant and animal growth data using exponential 11. polynomial regression equations TRS 57 Nutrients and fertilisers of flue cured tobacco 1n Victoria IT. TRS 58 Dairy standards branch annual statistics *31 - *82 II. TRS 59 Pasture production with special reference to N 6 P 12. nutrition and the effect ofgrazing TRS 60 Sources and transport of nutrients to water bodies |1. TRS 63 Annual report dairy cattle production *ST-‘82 IT. TRS 65 List of diseases recorded on field crops and pastures II. 1n Victoria before 30 June, 1980 TRS 66 Lists of diseases recorded on fruit and vegetable 12. crops In Victoriabefore 30 June, 1980 TRS 67 A self-propelled wlndrower fortrial plots 11, TRS 68 farming methods used by barley growers In N.W. Victoria II, TRS 69 Testing of spark arresters IT, TRS 70 List of technical Information on tractors sold In Australia $2. TRS 71 Financing farm machinery II. TRS 72 Australia as a supplier of table grapes for domestic and 12. export markets TRS 73 The Cashmere Industry 1n Australia 11. TRS 74 A microcomputer program for the structural analysis of 11. plane frames TRS 75 Pasture Investigations and consequential recommendations |1. to farmers In central highlands,Corangamlte - Barwon, Glenelg, Port Phillipand Southern part of Wlmmera regions TRS 76 Chemical weed control for crops InS.W. Victoria 11. TRS 77 Artificial breeding manual |4, TRS 79 Dairy cattle production report '82-* S3 11. TRS 80 The Gregory thesis II. TRS 81 Coping with tough times in the pig Industry 11. TRS 83 A review of the genus Qrnthopus - promising pasture 11. legumes for Victoria TRS 87 A selected bibliography of Victorian dryland agronomy 12. publications. 1973-80 TRS 90 Swan M1IT district horticultural census 1983 11. TRS 91 Department of Agriculture, Programs and Objectives 12, TRS 92 Technical information on tractors sold in Australia'1975-84 12. Miscellaneous A review of Victorian summerfodder crop experiments 12. An assistant for your dairy farm 11. Animal health In Victoria1981-1982 |4. Australian Journal ofexperimental agriculture and animal 14. husbandry,Oec. *81 Bibliography of publications 14. Biennial Research report1981-'82 14. Dairy production researchreport, 1982 14, Dairy production research report1981 14. Extension priorities forIrrigated agriculture In Victoria 11. 80 30 30 30 80 30 30 30 80 30 .30 30 80 30 80 30 30 30 .30 .00 .30 .30 .30 30 .80 .30 .80 .80 .80 .30 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .30 9. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT4i Genetic Improvement of cattlefor beef production '75 $2.80 Gilbert Chandler Institute ofOalry Technology 1981 prospectus $2.80 Gross margins for commercial vegetable production 1n the Malice $2.80 Guide to Australian agriculturalInformation sources and systems: $4.00 Revised1983 Malice Research Station annual researchreport $1.30 Malice Research Station fieldday Oct. 27th '83 $1.30 National A. 8. sire Identification scheme cross reference list 1983 $2.80 National A.8. sire Identification scheme cross reference list, 1983 $4.00 Plant Research Institute Burnleyreport 10 '78-18Q $4,00 Report of the Victorian Abattoirand Meat Inspection Authority $2.80 Research review - PRI Hamilton*81-82 $2.80 Soils of the Bendigo district $1.30 Soils of the vineyards of theGreat Western district $4,00 Summary of tobacco Investigations1982-'83 $1.30 Supplementary evidence by theVictorian Government to the $4.00 IndustriesAssistance Commission Inquiry on the Dairy Industry Volume II Surface application chemicalrating manual $4.00 The genetic Improvement ofcattle for beef production $2.80«* The place of wilted silage Indairyfarming 1983 $1.30 Wool growing 1n the Westerndistrict - productive sheep $4.00 forthe future DATE:5 August 1984 CURRENCYOF STATEMENT 5 Duly 1984 t 693A/9APG:JC Agnoteindex This index replaces all previous indexes for this kit All Agnotes June,1984 Whenordering individual agnotes from this list, please quote the order number


Order

Agdci

Ahansln

number

number

Miuimtsiiig the spread of tooaoticdiemaa In abattoirs Mtfltaliitata

1312

400/600

Abortion in mates

 Aerielseedlng
     
  1. 4

440/630

Aerial seeding of pastures

 Alrioa tan* sickaeee
     

2449

130/22

Soma tiotic diraesat of horses

 AMeaa violets
     

9J7

440/653

Africa* violets

1204

2*7/20

Nematodes on African violets

 April cria
     

102

217/622

HMA complex in pip

 Agricultural chemicala
 an also Fertilisers and manures: Pesticides
     

136

440/433

Guidelines for diluting spray cbaoucata

97*

202/4*0

Sbaap dipping preparation!

1471

430/611

Flowcble or suspension concentrate

 formulations
     
  • 14

M2

Asumnwm of cgric chemical* before

 registration in Vic
     

1324

4*1

Registration agricultural

 chcmkaH/houschoid insecticides
     

1434

44*

Registration of peslietdee m Victoria

 Dufmal
     

644

Ml

Diapoeal of pesticide coatausars and surpliie

 patricide
 fWaMiftf
     

39

4*4

Occupational poisoaiap with pesticidn • info

 for medicos
 JUputnJ cktmktli
     

996

410

Reg chero for control of caterpillar pesu-

 oops, pasture
     

2294

100/Ml

Registered chemicals for control of pasture

 peats: 1910
     

107*

130/6(1

Agricultural chemicals for fruit crape

1733

200/6(0

Citrus A (rapes. peats, diseases A chemicals

 fce control
     

2014

203/6(0

Insecticides, molluscicidea and aetnaticidn

 for vegetables
     

2235

207/6*0

Fungicides for vegetables

2234

207/6*3

Control of pests and diseases in home

 • orchards
     

769

21Q/M1

Registration of fertilisers m Victoria

639

34*/MI

Trails names of fuagkidca and plant

 regulators
     

173*

4(0

Insecticides for feld and fruit crops and

 pasture* '

Sgfrfy measure*

1707

MI

Care with chemical* the! auy contaounsu

2099

410/12

Teat disinfection i; Correct use and storage of chemicals

1307

413/4(0

Uie of agricultural chemicala on poultry

1*9*

43Q/M0

Diagonal of pesticide containers and surplus

 pesticide
     

39

4(4

Fool chemicals * hidden hazards

2249

, «

Safi aaeef patricides ui and around the home

1435

4*4

Safhty srith agricultural chemicals

 Aarlenltwal tdocslioa
     

1363

4*4

Counea in hone management

115

440/903

McMillan Rural Studies Centre

1*02

904

Agricultural education in the Warmambool

 district
     

699

934

Suntayaia College TAFE counea In

1432

934

egricuRure/horacullure taw


Order

Aides


nnmbcr

number

Agricuhncalautlenk

The outlook for feed grains

2370

102/140

Situation and outlook for mhsat

2376

112/160

The outlook for oilseeds

2373

140/160

The outlook for canned deciduous fruit

2203

210/140

The outlook for apples and pean

2204

211/140

The outlook for citrus

2204

220/140

The outlook for dried vine fruits

2207

241/S40

The outlook for wine grapes

2203

241/340

The outlook for dairy products

2210

410/140

The outlook for beef

2209

420/M0

The outlook for sbeepmeats

2377

436/160

The outlook for wool

2374

437/160

The outlook for pigmeata

2326

440/160

The outlook for poultry mens

2201

430/160


Suppliers of plant material for nut growers

2219

243/43

Growing almonds

1474

246/11

Bees ss pollinators of almonds

IIM

244/26

Almond spray program for the Mallee

7M

246/600

American feel breed

 see Foul brood diseases
 Anemone
       

Leaf and stem curling in anemones aad

2040

213/633

ranunculus (Mis sea also Mohair

Cryptorchidism in Angola goats

1314

470/43

Angora goats and mohair production

13*3

473/00

Face cover ut Angora goats

1597

473/33

Selection of Angora goats for conformation

IM3

473/33

andBeace

Fro*ubility of Angora goat cm try rises

1473

473/120

inf imI

Tobacco • leaf spot disrate*

2134

111/633

Tobacco • Madbcd r^f^t***

2134

111/633

Animal pea da eta Law and Itfatatha

Importing animals and animal product*

2001

400/601

Animal welfare

Code for the welfare of farm animals during

202*

400/20

transportation

Code of accepted farming practice for

2027

401/20

vttfait of cattle

Code of accepted farming practice for the

2006

430/20

welfare of sheep

Code of accepted fuming practice for the

2141

440/20

veifereof pigs

Code of practice for the welfare of the

2029

430/20

domeatxfowl

Guidelines for the welfare of horses

2149

441/20

Code of accepted farming practice for the

2223

412/20

welfare of deer

 Annual cyt gram
       

Control of ryegrasa in cereals

10*9

110/642

Tuicobp

Annual ryegrass lOiicity

1947

400/432

AntMaesmm

Citrus diseases •> anthracnosc, pit and

729

220/433

teptoriaspot

Black spot of grapevines

1126

241/433

Black spot of grapevines (Turkish)

1*47

241/633

AMhriut

Anthrax and the farmer

1132

400/633

Anrihlitits hi enlmri autrlrien

Uac of antibiotics ui animal feeds

IIM

400/630

AnriWMica la aUlk

Antibiotics in milk

194

416/15

1

AlApMN

(Mat

Agdn


Otdar

Agdse



atamber


number

number

Amp



Ararat diatrict



Control of Aagantina ante

s

612

Soitaof the Ararat diatrict

2433

300

ApUda



Climate of the Ararat district

2212

020

Insect pcata of paaMraa in the Hamilton

2293

130/622

Anu measurement



diatrict



Calculating treat Of turf

1909

2M/OIO

Lucent and madic aphida - idtniificMtaa

1611

130/622

Argentineans



and control



Control of Argentine aats

S

612

Apfeida

104

200/622

Argentine aaeawtsvil



Aphid pcata of pocket, cherries and ciltue

1123

210/622

tec Ryegrase stem borer



Apple



ArmUlarin



Menus and peso



Armiilarin root rot

711

200/633

Thebryobu mite and the pear-leaf Witter

733

210/622

ArnulUrit: t root discate of trim end shnba

1331

200/633

■ala



Aimywatm



Moaaic virua dneaaai of fruit tram

761

210/633

Common calcrpiUars In fold cropa aad

(376

100/622

COdlwgmoCh

1124

211/622

put urea



Aatuma tprayaio control apple and pear

144

211/633

Tba southern armyworm

694

100/622

ecab



Insect peats of wheat, oats and barley

190

110/622

Botryoaphacria canker or black rat of appiaa

2(03

211/633

Insect pcsu of pastures in the Hamilton

2293

130/622

and paan



diatrict



Foma fruit* peso, diwaeea A chemicals for

2230

211/610

Hops-control of mites and inaact pacta

2162

112/622

thair control



Artkhahm



Spray program for commercial apple

776

212/600

The globe artichoke

ITOfi

232/20

|rawRi



Artificial Ineemieetien



Light brown apple moth

M3

212/622

Learning artificial insemination

2(40

401/47

Bitter pit of applea

213

212/632

Artificial breeding (A, B.) in dairy herds

212

413/35

Aktnuria leaf spot of appiaa

716

212/633

Artificial insemination of pip

2123

440/47

Apple icab

607

212/633

Artificial insemination of horsne

943

440/47

Crown and collar rot of apple tret*

1266

212/633

Asparagus



Mouldy core of Rad Delicious applet

2007

212/633

Asparagus production

I4M

266/20

Powdery mildew of applea

601

212/633

Asparagus - weed control

1326

266/640

Target tpot of applea

723

212/633

Australian bratdiag vaham



Scamtmkasftca The outlook for apples and pears Htntmnt Harvest maturity of appiaa Awning Soar ideas a* the pruning ofapple trees Aiming Ripening androtating of appiaawith Mkftaa Aeseuaritr Rootstocks for apple time Spdat does planting of apples Simp Avoidingproblems in poet-harvest dipping, applu* pears Poet-harvestdipt for appiaa and peer* Long-term controlled atmosphere storage af appiaa A pann Miaieg apple A pear varieties,coatrollad atmosphere riots nuMfof Thinning apples KaMa Appia satieties in Victoria Rootstocks for apple iraaa Appia aaaaic riraa Mosaic virua diseases of fruittrees


211/160

Assessing dairy cows using ABVt

242S

415/32


2201

Aastraiian dairy hard Imgra tenant ichawa






The Australian Dairy Herd Improvement

2017

410/33


1701

212/30

Scheme (ADH1S) Progeny testing of dairy bulls

2096

414/32


40

212/23

Selecting dairy sires using Auer. Breading

 Values (ABVs)
     

2271

414/32


146

2)2/23

Top AB sues for use in 1912

1912

414/32


National dairy site idemificauod scheme

 AmCraUan plegne locust
     

1626

414/47




2291

212/37

How to tell plague locusu from taro other

 major pests
     

M2

611


M3

212/21

Biology and habits of the Ausiralian plague

M3

622


locust Control of the Australian plague locust

M4

622


2411

211/36


Amends




2410

211/36

The avocado

1123

233/12


2413

211/63

Increasing fruit sat m Feune avocadoa by

 cincturing
     

1764

235/23


2412

211/63

Dueoser andpeso


235/10


Orchwd management to prevent and control

 avocado root rot
     

139





2330

212/23

Production of treat free from avocado root

 rot

Avocado root rot

 Vtnttia

Avocadoa * recommended varieties for

M0

233/14


1067 2291

212/30 212/37

151 I7M

235/633 235/32


761210/633 Agricnlturmlapprenticeships-learning on 1349 903 thtjob Apafcat Apricou-production, harvesting,marketing 1632 217/11 Comparing the pro6iabdity ofpork and bacon production Bacterial gammaal* aac Pseudomonas disease* Bacterialsoft roe 2402440/117

Biennial baring in apricou

974

217/23

Bacterial soft rot of celery

1016

252/633

Meases sadpeso



Bails and crushes



Freckle of peaches and apricots

723

214/633

Farm dames 7’ Design of herringbone bails

2464

410/721

Phytophthora rot of peaches and apricou

10M

214/633

A walkthrough headbail for farmers to build

1327

420/724

Apricou • site, establishment, pruning

1431

217/20

Crushes, bedheads and calf marking cradles

2492

420/724

Apricot Spray program for the Mallec

763

217/600

Facilities for the handling of cattle

U

420/724

Spray programs foe commercial apneot aad

77»

217/600

A race foe safe end eaiy handling of calves

310

421/724

cherry growers



Bait



Apricot sob (thothole)

717

217/631

A gravity deed system for mixing cricket bait

1991

6«i

Drying



Ballarat district



Drying apricou at home

374

217/070

Poisonous plants of Ihc Ballarat district

1212

100/430

Awning and (mining



Spring-sown brassies fodder crop* in the

2271

120/10

Triiamg apricot trees on Tatum Trellis

2315

217/23

Ballarat district



PaiMn



Soils of the Ballarat district

243

311

Apricot varieties for the Mallet

1266

217/10

Oroundwater in the Ballarat district

2412

3M

2 Aaaltaa

AlAgBOtM

Ordsr

A|des


number

number

Farm productivity ia the Ballarat diatrict

2340

133

Ssrvicas provided by the Dept of Agncakure

2393

931

(Ballarat)

Agriculture ia the Ballarat diatrict

1430

000

Chorale of tht Ballarat district

1044

020

Barley

Growing barley

524

114/20

Kmmattdftm

Insect pests of wheel, oett and barley

490

110/422

Barley yellow dwsrf virus m cereal crops

2020

110/433

Seed dressings for control of cereal smuts

2434

110/(43

Scald of barley

1471

114/433

Economic aspects

Grose margins of crops in southern Victoria

20(1

100/417

Coals and returns of a cereal farm in the

2039

110/420

northern Wimmera

Pro4 lability of barley

2044

114/420

Earresting

Ctatfict rata * pirn lumuini tad

2404

414

transport. 1913

 Varieties
       

Sources ofrtgmered teed of held crops, 1944

2344

100/43

tiecommendad barley varieties for 194*

2341

114/32

Wood control

Chemical weed control in cereal crops

2322

110/440

Control of wild oett in wheel and barky

1044

110/442

Bflflty mm

SmUtdisaaau of Cereal crops

344

110/433

Botey yellew dwarf vine

Barley yellow dwarf vtna ia cereal crops

2020

liQ/433

Bara ret

Tobacco-barn rot

2141

111/433

Protecting batters from erosion

942

370

Bata

Production of dry edible beans

229

231/11

Production of fresh beans

231

234/11

Broad beans ia (be home garden

72

234/12

Dsvaifbcwt in the home garden

45

254/12

Dmmoes and pests

Beene - disease and pest control

2034

234/400

Bases - bactrrul blights

1940

231/433

Weed control

Betas (Phaseolus vulgaris)-wved control

2440

231/440

Beef cattle

Comparing growth and carcasea of hetfen

1420

420/12

and stern

Health of wiattr calving bwf herds in East

2097

420/430

Gipptland

Sttoctioik of replacement bwf beifen

2294

422/33

Artificial Insemination

Learning artilcial inseminution

2140

401/47

Artilcial insemination in beef heida

1417

420/47

Breeding

Time of calving in beef herds

2434

420/13

Nembrr of liras for beef breeding herds

2002

420/30

Inbreeding depreseion of beef herds

1472

420/31

Crossbreeding for increased beef production

1335

420/34

Crossbreeding systems for beef production

230*

  • 20/34

Managing abasf crossbreeding program

2303

420/34

Priaciplat of crossbred beef production

2303

  • 20/34

Pregnancy testing beef cattle

1479

420/44

Aftofbeefheiftnil first msttng

912

422/13

Control of calving difficulties tn beef heifers

914

422/13

Livewmght of beef Heifers si first msimg

913

422/13

Management of beef heifers doing and after

 nalvmg
     

917

422/13

Mating management of beef heifers

915

422/13

Buying bullion their records

1403

  • 23/33

Bails for breeding

1757

423/43

loaadnisa of testicles in beef bulls

2232

'423/43

Msnagrairat of braiding cows

334

424/13

Braids of beef cauls

2327

420/37

CamoM

Carcase fatnesa in cattle

1421

420/12

Learning to see live cattle ae carcases

524

(20/12

Estimating tht csrease weight of cattle

2193

420/440

Coalition scoring

Co^ikm tcoriit | of beef cattle

1139

420/33

(Mr a tunher Mmm Injecting sheep. ante end pigs 347 Heliotrope losicity in sheep and cattle 1MI Prevention ofMoatta beef berde 471 Pink-eye in beef csitle 2043 Meanaeidosts in beef caule 1374 Pregnancy tosectnu in beef cosra 133 Economicaspects Grow martini of beef enterprisee ia s/w 1440 Victoria The outlook for beef 2209 Fattening Gras* fattening Ofstecn in the Ballarat 1043 distnct Fattening store weaaer cattle 373 Feedingand feeds Managing bccfcattle in a feed shortage 1994 Location, design aad conduct of beef cattle 2200 Mloti Choosing a drought feed for beef cattle 1444 Energy end proleu requirementsof beef 1143 cattle Feeding cattle for survival 1431 The feed value of selected foodstuft for beef 20(3 cattle Opportunity lotfeeding of beefcattle 2014 Health problems of beef hardline drought 1471 Early weaning of beef calves 1430 Feediagofbeefbulls 927 Fattening steers on annual peetute 2403 Hina for small-scale farm lot-feeding of 1433 cattle Aemmiag Frame scoring of beef cattle 2031 Antrer How to use cattle Attune 1404 Identification Identifying beef cattle 2099 Marketing m Converting carcase weight poemto 1973 livewetghtpncea Converting livewetght pnea to carcase 1974 wcightpncee Livestock Market Reporting Service for beef 1241 producers Getting the best price for your cattle 1234 Performancerecords Simple performance records forbeef cattle 1004 Presenting beef cattleperformance 2249 information Understanding beef cattleperformance 2230 information Performance recording of cattle (40 Hose to keep performance recordsof cattle 2307 Buying bulls on their records 1403 Weiglitend measurement Learning to see live cattle aacarcaeet 324 FramesCphngofbeefcattle 2034 Eitimstmg the carcase weight of cattle 2193 Convening carcase weight pricesto 1973 livewetghtprices Convening livewetght prices tocticaee 1974 weight prica Bvm Planting honey and pollen (ora for bees 2337 Beekeeping la towns aad culm 394 Control Eradication ofbees in andnawhousm 2319 Disaoses A guide to diagnosis of bee brood diseases 2242 European foul'orood disease ofhoncybacs 1401 Sacbrood of honeybees 1034 American foulbrtmd disease ofhoneybess 2300 ItssohicapRtl Costs and returns of honeypraductMain 1740 Victoria Lamand legislation Commission Agents Act protectsapiarists 1139 Baca tnd the lawt the Bees Act and 2314 Regulations Agdei number 400/14 400/432 420/432 420/433 420/434 424/434 420/417 420/440 423/14 413/37 420/13 420/17 420/32 420/33 42Q/53 420/54 420/33 420/430 421/30 423/33 423/10 423/33 420/33 420/440 420/29 420/441 420/441 424/441 424/444 420/10 420/32 420/32 420/35

  • 22/33

423/33 420/12 420/33 420/140 420/441 420/441 300/34 447/10 441/414 4(7/433 447/(53 4(7/033 441/(33 4*1/120 4(7/444 441/(45 3 AlApMN OrderAgdes number number MarAadat Marketing of apiary products 1140 447/(40 Stnictxandsuppha Beckeepakdirtctory of services and 2)04 411/01 supplies lawmial

Control of swarming la bathivst

1110

4(1/20

Sttoaauwcvilia lucerne and medics

1301

121/422

The white-fringed weevil

1(04

110/422

Pea weevil

1*77

144/422

The dried frail beetle

72$

200/422

Beet

Red beet end silver beet-treed control

2444

250/440

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Introduction to the BentlU district

2144

000

An introduction to the Bernik district

$45

040

Intnaui

Control of beat gram iapuaiurea

l$17

110/441

Rent so

tee ilso Black currants; blueberries; strawberries etc.


Varieties of frail trees, vines and berriee

40$

202/30

Cowtrol pasts/diseases in vinous fruits in

772

220/411

boaie ore herds

Production of biotas boat pinery wand

2047

400/74$


Cumat borer moth

1400

202/422

Biological control of red scale qa curse

771

220/424


Bird coalroi ia vineyards

1427

241/675

Bitter pN

Bitter pit of apples

215

212/432

Black carnal'



Black canantt for the home garden

127$

244/12

Black AeU cricket

iaeact peats of pasture! ia the Hamilton

2245

130/622

district

The black (eld cricket • biology and lift cycle

2015

612

A gravity-feed system for Busing cricket bait

1441

4(1

Control of geld crickets

2044

441

Black Beat sec Claypea soils

 Mack ret
       

Botryoaphaena canker or black rot of applet

 and pears

Black rot of cole crops

2105

211/633

1570

253/633

Blarksno*

Rhiroctouia or black scurf disease of

100$

242/633

poUlM Btoek^Mf

Breadiag Mack sheep

1411

430/30

Black spec

Black spot of grapevines

- 1124

241/633

Black spot of grapevines (Turkish)

1147

241/433

Blackleg! pleats)

Blackleg of cabbage, cauliflower and related

527

253/433

pUats .

Bladder sioaeaia farm aaiaials

421

400/453

Aacockjfta Might of (eld peaa

2212

144/43)

Bacterial Might of field peas

2213

144/633

Brans-bacte.ial Mights

1440

251/633

Target spot (early Might) of potaioaa

1571

242/6)3

Bleat la caMt

Bail aad-bloat dispenser

1454

410/652

Controlling bloat in dairy cows

1457

415/452

Prrveatioa of Moat ia beef herds

47$

420/652

BlawtUaa


T

Blowfly strike

1

430/442

Sheep blowflies of Victoria

141)

430/442

Blow flies

HIT

412

The control of flies

1)50

412


O rowing Muebe fries

I $44

244/11

Bliieberrics for the home garden

12(0

244/12

Bfuctongve

104)

653

4


Order

A(des


number

number

Baers



Managiag adult boars

1*79

443/22

Rearing young breeding boars

1*7$

413/22

Balia Bolt slid fastener identiScatioa

 Berdeouaditare
     

19*3

7(0

Preparing Bordetus mirture

2111

200/4(3

Preparing Bordeaux mature foe home

 gardens
     

114

4)3

Bowling pesos Soils for bowls and golf greens

 Muinttnantt
     

1(29

2(4/504

Maintenance of Ttfdwatf bowling gratae

1*27

2(4/10

Turf nutrition

1(21

2*6/532

Fcrtilitiai gratae end fairways

 Bracken
     

1(06

2(4/542

Bracken control

1440

130/444

Bracken poisoning of cattle

 Brandt
     

1320

401/652

How to identify dairy cows

459

415/21

Pig brands

(0

440/21

How to freeic brand a hone

(16

440/2$

Identiication of hones

799

440/21

How to (re-brand shone

 Braaefco
     

109

4do/7*

Spnng-iown brassica fodder crops in the

 Ballarat district
     

2271

120/10

Distaitt and path



Black rot of cote crops

1570

251/633

Blackleg of cabbage, cauliflower and related

 plants
     

527

253/413

S



Chickpeas and fabtbeans

522

143/20

Broad beans in the home garden ten aa OTVCCM

72

2SB/12

Broccoli-sowing tunes and maturity guide

204(

254/1|

Crowing broccoli

 Diatamandptsu
     

1051

254/11

Crucifen - pest and disease control

2(09

233/600

Hollow stem of broccoli and cauliflower

 Wttd control
     

2404

254/632

Broccoli-weed control

2441

254/440

BroUert tee Poultry

 Brawn rot of halt
 Brown-rot of stone fruits
 Brawn spat
     

1(9

214/43)

Tobacco * kef spot dneasm

2154

1(1/633

Cattk



Bruceilotit eradication: Mood-testing of

1915

401/653

cattls Brucellosis eradication: herd accreditation

1917

401/653

Brucellous eradication; the (rial phase

1913

4017653

The bovine bfuceltosu eradication campaign

2243

401/453

The bovine brucellosis-free herd

 accreditation plan
     

19(6

401/433

Omit



Some esotlc disrates Of goats

 Sheep

Ovine brucellous

15(1

470/453

2044

410/431

Brink sprouts



Production of Sruaaell sprouts

(4(

254/11

Brussels sprouts in the home garden

M

234/12

Biataattandptsta

 Crucifers - pest and disease control
 Wttd control
     

2109

233/400

Brussels sprouts - weed control

 BryeMamitee
     

2445

254/440

The btyobutnite and the pear-leef Mister

715

210/422

mite Budneem



Common caterpillars in (eld crops and

 pastures
     

1574

100/622

Hops • control of mites and insect pests

2142

1(2/622

Pome friiit * pests, diseases * chesniceh foe

 their control
     

22)0

2II/4IO

Bonding materials



Steel tube for use in sheep yards

221(

430/722

Structural steel for farm buildings; 1

1319

714



km IN !

AUAiMtes Structural atari for farmbuildings: 2 Structural timber for farm buildings Guide to concreting ■rib Progenytotal of dairy bulb National dairy ure identification scheme Number of sire* for beef breeding herd* Management of bulls at mating Central beef butt performance taring Buying bulls on their record! Bull* for breeding Soundncceofiesticlaiabcefbulk Feeding of beef built Bunch aten Buncharte on grape vina Saving burnt livestock -iilmement and treatment Baekgy BuaUlat Tbecon trot of diet Preparingcream for continuous buttermaking How to niake butter ai home Bwtrrfae Dairyproduction record! 4: Daily butterfat prod per cow Dairyproduction record! S; Daily herd butterfat prod Dairyproduction record! 6: Cumulative butterfat prod Coenpana|herd recording and dairy factory buttofal teat! Cowproduction ihdea: a new aid to management Calculating butterfat production Cabbont Aguide to tbe lowing and maturity of rahbagm Growing rabbaga Dixasa anJ ptsu Crucifer*- pelt and duease control Blackleg of cabbage, cauliflower and related pianti WrtJ control Cabbage - wend control Cabbage metb Tbe cabbage motb or diamond-backmotb Calcium Milk fever in cowa Calm . Rearing calves;tbebaste lyitem Foetcr-mothcring and doublc-iuckling of calvat Early weaning of beef calves A race foe safe and easy bandling of ealvet Vealer production in soulb-waatere Victoria Mma Diaemea of young dairy ealvet Economic aiftctt Ortnlmargins of grazing in ioutb gjppalaadt 1»M Groaamargin! of sbeep/vtater anterpriaaa m N/EVic Comi A return! of primelamb/vealer proda mN/E Victoria /reding aisd/redi Rearing calvea: variation! oftbe banc lyMcm Stored colostrum for feeding calvea Managing tucklini calvei Creep faadiag of beef ralvw Cairiag Calvingdilllcultia Calvingtimet foe dairy berth in northern irrigation arcai Induced calving in dniry cowl Time of calving in beef herds

Older

Agdei


Older

Agdei


number

lumber


number

number


1261

714

Coutro! of calving diSeuMm in beef hcifcn

916

422/13


1411

714

Management of beef beifcri during and niter

917

422/13


1323

713

calving CwntMa




2096

414/32

Dtreatea of came Ilia*

741

213/633


1626

414/47

Canned trail




2002

♦20/30

mc Fruit, Canned




1736

423/13

Cantaloup




1470

♦23/32

Cantaloupe

1510

264/11


1403

423/33

Capewced




1737

423/43

Capewaad ia paaturea

1139

130/642


2232

423/43

Capete—




927

423/33

McPeppcn

 CtfcM> cCv'JwiftcatiM
     

     

     
       

2275

241/622

Carcaae fitneu ia cattle

1621

420/12




Learning to lee live cattle ai rarraaa

324

420/12


1363

400/630

Assessing the carcaua of live sheep and

1032

430/10


Iambi Organising lamb carcase competitions

1233

434/12




lilt 1390

612 612

Pig carcaae classification

19tl

440/|4


Pig carcaae requirements

 Carpet keette*
     

2062

440/640


32

416/11

Control ofrarpet baetlaa and clocha moths

 lacarpeta
     

99

612


9*3

416/070

Control ofclothaa mot hi and carpet haitiae

 ia clothing
     

106

612



410/(0

Cmpatwnal




2494

Carpet wool production

 Canute
     

2311

430/00


410/10


2493 2496

Carrot production ia the Dnndenoftga

 DixoMSondptia
     

232

267/11


410/10


Root-knot nematode* on parsnips, carrot*

 and tomatoa
     

2461

260/437



410/116


1723

Economic asptca




213

413/32

Cons and return! of carrot ptOducUou in the

 Dandelion gs
     

1077

267/120


204

416/10

Wttd control




Carrou. wend control

2444

2ft?/440


1029

254/11

Cmhcrepn • see Field cropK Fodder cropa

 Caeb management tram
 Cash management treats
 Cashmere gnaw
     

2011

130


1030

234/11


2109

233/600


Caahmere goata

1636

473/10


327

233/633

Caatrattoe






Plana of atamb marking and mulcting cradle

1222

431/724




Castration of goat!

1633

47004


2443

234/640

Caterpillar*

1574





Common caterpillar* in field cropa and

100/622


1202

233/622

paaturea Reg chcm for coatrol of caterpillar pcsta •

2294

100/611


(460

413/652

erupt, peat ure The underground grant caterpillar

1026

130/6(2


1310 434

402/23

Cattle aae alto Beef cattle; Dairy cattle




421/23

Stocking ntca in the Melbourne district

2172

400/16


1430

421/30

Complementary management of sheep aad

 utUc
     

2)00

400/51


310 1431

421/724 426/21

Breeding Detection of heat in cattle

273

fOI/47


1342

412/630

Ocatrua in cattle and problem* of detection

472

401/652


Reatont for low non-return ratal in cattla

 breeding herd
     

♦71

401/432


2413

400/117


Recognising a breeding problem in a cattle

470

401/632


2414

400/117

herd Ceuma of genetic abnormalitiet in cattle

1611

420/31


2466

400/120

Identification and control of genetic

1419

420/31


abnormalities Elect of culling on progeny teat fault* of

1471

420/32





,

rattle




2211

412/23

Management of bulk M mating

1734

425/13


2070

412/61

grvuinf




334

421/50

Bruising of ante

366

420/12


1004

421/36

Cerensstt




331


EatiihMing the carcaae weight of cattle

2195

420/140


401/22

Durant




1221

413/13

Heliotrope tpatcity in sheep and cattla

1101

400/432




Aathraa and the farmer

1132

400/633


1200

413/47

Bladder stone* in farm animate

621

400/633


2436

420/13

Clostridial diseases of theep. cattle and goats

137

400/63)


s Smalts*

ABAfMtw

Order ■umber

Agdea ■umber

Endkatkw of tuberculosis in cant*, pip

J4J

400/433

aadpoulliy

Recognising foot and mouth disease

Ml

400/43)

Caul* health; seasonal reminder*

111

401/430

Bracken poisoning of caul*

l»0

401/432

Eye Cancer of cattle

333

401/452

Milk fever in cow*

447

401/432

Phosphorus deficiency in cattle

113

401/452

Brucellotu eradication: blood-teat in* of

IMS

401/43)

cattle

Brucellosis eradication; herd accreditation

IH7

401/453

Brucellosis eradication; ibe final phase

IMS

401/45)

Johne's diieaa* in cattle

MO

401/433

Lumpy jaw

21

401/433

The bovine brucellosis eradication campaign

221)

401/433

Tim bovine bruccUotts-free herd

19M

401/43)

accreditation plaa

The bovine tubcrculotwrtc herd

M2

401/433

accreditation plan

Warn on cattle

1132

401/43)

Facial eczema of abacp and cattle

m

430/434

Pnmtioii

Cattle tail ta|>

4)

401/430

Ecaaomieasptctt

Croat mar|ina for aheep A cattle m the

11)0

400/tlf

Melbourne district

Coati and return* of a thecp/caitle farm;

20M

400/120

Waarern Dutrict

Kfuifmmt a ndsuppiin

(440


Cattle fowling ramp*

401/722

A walkthrough head bail for farmen to build

1327

420/724

Crash**, bailhcada and calf marking cradle*

2492

420/724

Fadlitiea for the handling of cattle

II

426/724

Cattle realm available in Victoria

2272

420/723

Feeding and/nth

Feeding of rtock at the end of a drought

2107

400/37

Autumn-uvad pasture for cattle m southern

1231

420/14

Victoria

Management hints on feeding (ram to caul*

1)

420/M

Handling

Bruising of cattle

3*4

420/12

Facilities for the handling of cattle

II

420/724

A race for ufe and easy handling of calves

310

421/724

Handling of cattle in the paddock

433

424/73

Idtniification

How to identify dairy coin

<39

415/21

lawaadltgislatha

Code of accepted farming practice for

2027

401/20

welfare of c«tti«

Compensation for cattle

112)

401/431

Marluting

Livestock euiktt oiltWti

1079

400/140

Convening carcase weight prices to

1973

420/141

Bvcweigbt prices

Convening Uvcweight price* to carcass

1974

420/MI

weight poor*

 /answer
       

Control of liver fluke

S3)

400/443

Cattle lice

1207

401/442

Fataaite control in cattle - Northern

20*3

411/440

Irrigation District

 ftrfonnatci rttordt
       

How to keep performance records of cattle

2307

422/33

Weight end mrasurtmm

Cattle scale* available in Victoria

2272

420/723

Estimating the caress* weight of cattle

2193

420/140

Convening carcase weight price* to

1*73

420/141

Kvcwciglit priest

CttvsflMg hvcwciffcf prices to carcass

 weight prices
     

1974

420/MI

Chula grid*

Cattle gride

1)97

401 723

Caltieyvds

Advances in dairy shed and yard design

419

411/721

Farm dairim 9; Cow yards

2444

410/722

A circular cattle-handling facility for 10-SO

1321

42CV722

A circular cattle-handKag facility for 53-300

1321

420/722

6


(Mar

Agdta

number

aumber

Forcing yards with 340-degree gntm

2194

420/722

A adding gate for cattle races

1400

420/724

CaalUlewer

Cauliflowers for th* fresh market and for

1039

254/11

processing

Cauliflower* m the home garden

7*

234/12

Cauliflower-planting times and maturity

2170

234/20

guide Distaaaaadptsa

Crucifers • pest and disease control

2109

233/400

Blackleg of cabbage, cauliflower tad related

527

233/43)

plant*

Hollow stem of broccoli and cauliflower

2404

234/432

Wired control

Cauliflower-weed coutroi

2424

234/440

Celery

Celery

34

232/12

Celery plowing

1144

232/20

Dhaamandpaa

Bacterial soft rot of celery

1014

232/433

Wndconinl

Cckry-weed control

2442

252/440

Cereal cytt aeamtod*

Cereal cyst nematode

2239

110/422

Cereal cyst nematode - chemical control

1941

110/413

Cereal cyst nematode - rtpcttnd

1943

110/413

acmatkidcs

Safe urn of EDB against cereal cyM

1414

110/614

nematode

Katyil, a wbaat resistant to cereal cyst

1173

112/31

nematode

 Cereal reels
       

Rust, take-all and other fungi in canal crops

331

110/437

Cereal saata

Smut dileases ,of cereal crops

344

110/433

Seed dressings for control of cereal smuts

2431

110/44)

Ci* eel* see also Barley; Feed grains; Oats; Tritkalc; Wheat

Identification of cereal seedling/

1930

t10/20

Growing cereals on dry land

443

110/21

Atsrssmg frost damage in cereal gram crop*

 Grazing cereals in the North-Wear
     

1714

110/023

147

127/10

Dhaamaadptta

Ergots of cereals and great**

1300

100/633

Cereal cyst nematode

2239

110/622

Insect pare of wheat, oats and barley

190

110/622

Future webwomt - a pest in young cereal*

2430

110/622

Bnrley yellow dwarf vtrua tn cereal crop*

2020

110/6)3

Smut diseases of cereal crope

344

110/433

Take-all of cereals

1774

110/63)

Rust, take-all and other fungi in cereal crops

331

110/637

Cereal cyst nematode - chemical control

1941

110/613

Cereal cytt nematode • registered

1943

110/483

aem abodes

Seed dressings for control of cereal smuts

2451

110/413

Safe use of EDB against cereal cyst

1414

110/414

MBMtOdt Economic aspacts

Costs A returns cereal cropping/primc lamb

241)

110/420

peodnN/EVic

Cottt aad returns of a ccrcai finn

221)

110/120

Cotfsaad returns ofa cereal farm ia the

2039

110/820

northern Wimmere

Coats and returns of whcatgrowtng farms in

23*9

110/120

the Mallet

 Hamttiag
       

Clcuiuag of harvesting machinery

133*

110/613

Con tract rate*, gram harvesting and

240*

114

treaspon, 1913

 Saad
       

Mamuiaing pure seed of cereal*

1244

110/13

Samp

Gram storage on the farm

1470

102/61

Why seal gram silos?

2321

102/732

Tresting storages before filling with grain

1340

110/613

Fumigating grain storage*

1747

110/611

Treatment of cereal grain for storage

I7W

110/441

Dmign of sikts for control of gram insects

1329

732

Temporary grain storage in hunkers

2300

732

Temporary grain storage in shads

2499

732 |sm,l**4

AUAgpotct

Oder

Aidas



■umber

■timber


Temporary (rain storage ia the paddock

2501

732


VMcealrof Chemical weed control in ceresl crop*

2522

110/640


Controlof ryegrass in cereals

I0»

110/442


Cbendcals. Agricultural tee Agricultural chcmicata

 Chany

Orowing tweet cherries

1237

217/20


pistatn and puts Aphid pctu of peaches, cbertiet and citnu

1123

210/622


The peer and cherry slug, Caliroa ccrsii

737

210/622


Cherry spray program for commercial

2414

217/(00


grower! Spray programs for commercial apricot and

77|

217/600


chcny grower! Chaatuat Suppliers of plant aiatcrial for put growert

2219

243/43


Crowing chestnuts

1307

244/20


Propagation of cheat nuts

1170

246/26


Thlrkiro tee Poultry

 QIckygH

Chickpeas and fababsana

322

143/20


rvn.. Brooding and rearing until numbers of

20(3

450/23





chickens sac Kiwi frail UNnwpHHI

Ume-induced iron chlorosis in gtapeviaea

 Chakra
 tte Partridge
 Otraakiaat
     

1490

241/632

Citrus blast

 CMraaftuita

tee ello Lemon; mandarin; orange etc.

110

633

Aanaal citrut management program for

 Saarayaia
     

1739

220/10

Citrus trees ia the home garden

134

220/12

Commercial citrus nurseries supplyuig Sannysia

1091

220/30

CScrna leaf analysis

1(43

220/533

Non-panaitic disorders of citrus

 Meases
     

731

220/632

Citrus diseases - inthracnost, pit sod

 stptoriatpor
     

729

220/633

Control petts/diseascs in various fruits in

 borne orchards
     

772

220/6(1

Citrus blaM

no

633

Citrut collar rot

 Anaemic oipwra
     

112

633

The outlook for citrus

 Ptrdliimondmanitnt
     

2206

220/160

Fettiiiser guide for citrus trees

 Hormting
     

22(3

220/340

Maturity of citrut

 Nutrition
     

1163

220/37

Migaisinm deficiency in citrus

1731

220/331

Foliar sprays for citrus

 Ptm
     

374

220/342

Long-tailed mealybug on vines and citrus

I49S

203/622

Citrus A grapes ♦ pests, dtssraei h chemicals

 foe control
     

2014

203/6(0

Citrus gall wasp

1712

220/622

Gtnsa peats-•lute fly and small citrus butterfly

730

220/622

Controlling snails m citrus snd vines

1102

220/622

Usd and yellow scales of citrus

1010

220/622

The citrus nematode on citrus

132

220/622

Control pests/ditasses ut varsous fruits ia

 horns orchards
 Propagation
     

772

220/6(1

Propagation of citrut

373

220/20

Seurcm of propagating material for citrus

 Pruning
     

2214

220/24

Hsdgsag snd skirting of citrus

 Ripening
     

979

220/23

Mstuntyof citrut

■ 10

220/57



Order

A(dta

Mooisloekt

Mister

■umber

Rootstocks for citrus

(71

220/36

Selection of citrut roouiocks

 Storage
     

1611

220/36

Cool storage of citrus

719

220/63

Post-harvest mould control in citrus fruit

 Wttd control
     

171*

220/633

Chemical control of weeds in citrut

 Citrut gall wee*
     

1121

220/6(2

Citrus gall wasp

 Citnu acaulodt
     

1712

220/622

The citrus nematode on citrus

 Citrut pit

sat Pseudomonas dismiss

 CHns waits ly
     

(32

220/622

Citrus peats • white fly and small citrus

 butterfly
 Gaypaaaoila
     

730

220/622

Establishment of pasture on black flats

 (swales)
     

900

130/20

Products used for milking machine hygiene

1700

410/613

Removing milksionc from milking machines

 Cleetridiaw iisesses
     

276

4(0/723

Clostridial diseases of goats

 CletlwsaMtha
     

1601

470/653

Control ofesrpet beetles snd cloebes moths

 ia carpets
     

99

(12

Control of clothes moths snd carpet beetka

 in clothing
 Cleese

Diuotaandptiu

106

612

Diseases of white clover • 1

2043

137/633

Diseases of white clover * 2

2174

137/633

Subterranean clover stunt virue

 3M
     

1213

137/433

Ccrtiflcation standards foe non-pedignad

 tub clover ,
     

304

137/41

Certitcation standards for pedigreed sub clover

303

137/41

Orowing entiled medic sad clover seed

 Vtriitia
     

497

137/41

Pasture species for West and South

 Gippaland
     

37(

130/32

Giant shsftal clover (Persian clover)

1(19

137/30

Perennial cloven - white, red sad strawberry

1357

137/30

The recommended varieties of subterranean clover Ceal

1423

137/32

Brown coal in potting miaturm

 Cumalgardsaa
     

166

200/14

Seaside gardens

395

2SO/I2

Trem sad shrubs for special purposes

 CkcUMi
     

444

2(0/32

Cocciodiosit in poultry

 Ceckchnfon
     

342

430/663

Insect pests of pastures is the tlaauhon

 district
     

2295

130/622

The blackheaded pasture cockchafer

2264

130/622

The redheaded pasture cockchafer

2042

130/622

Turf peats 1

431

2(6/622

Turf pats 11

 Cocksfoot
     

439

2(6/622

Cocksfoot

1352

131/30

Cerrifleation standards for coc ksfoot

 CMMagmotk
     

300

131/41

Codling moth in home gardens

103

210/622

Codling moth

 Calk
     

1124

211/622

Equine colic

 ChUarrut
     
  • 31

460/632

Citrus collar rot

 Cokistruu
     

1)2

633

Stored colostrum for (ceding calves

 Cato
 see Foals
 Cmnaroa Might
     

2070

412/41

Beans - bacterial blights

1*40

231/633

T fnMftt OrtarAgdat nuabarnumber OrderAgdea AlAlMtM Compensationfor cattle Compensation Tor term* Caoplniato(Civil pracadwa) Aprocedure foe resolving complaints shoot farm machines Compose for home gardens Control of Bias in compost CNWMai Microcomputer* tciactuig atyitcm CmctHi Guide to concreting How lo make concrete poats CsaflMea scoring Condition scoring of dairy cow* Condition scoring of beef cattle Caaaaaitf (atattfon Labelling requirements of the Saedi Act MMncvnNi Contractnta<< grain harvesting usd transport, 191) Contractraua 1913 • cultivation Contract rataa 1913 ■ eanhmoving, clearing, dam* Contractrates 1913 * fertiliser spreading Contract rates 1SI3-S4 • aerial and ground •praying Contract rates 19(3-44. foddercOmervatioo Contract rates 1933-84-livestock cartage Contract ratea I9M-I3 - fencing How to work out machinery contract rataa Cantrolled afoeshire atoraga tat Cool storage Conveyers Conveyor* for feed aad grain feel ttanga Temperatureand humidity measurement in cool stores Storage life of fruit Storageconditions affecting life of fruit Meneuring CA storage atmospheres with the Orsat apparatus Trouble-shootingchart for operators of C A. atoragaa Long-termcoatroUad almoephert storage of apples A pears Misingapple A pear varieties, con trolled atmosphere store Obtaining C02 and 02 levels inC, A Stoca Ripening of pears Cool storage of citrus Cooi storage of table grapes Cool storage of C hinese gooseberries Egg cool rooms raaparnrlee farming Group forming Ctfpar Coppar for pastuna and goringanimals Carkacnwfotoar) amStprkahal) rear! gaa Hybrid coach grama Caver craga Cover cropa in vaua COnberrim The cranberry Craaa Preparingcram for continuous batleronhing OrMuts Renovation of pasture damaged by(eld crickets Toe Mack geld cricket - biologyand life cycle A gravity-lead system for mixing cricket bait Contra! of add crickets Cksgrotadea sa Rotation of crops

1*23

401/631

1424

440/651

230C

700

752

546

995

546/614

1792

(10

1325

713

367

723

1990

415/10

1159

420/33

39*

100/41

240*

114

2152

114

2131

  • 14

2153

114

2217

(14

2354

114

2371


2477

114

435

(23


2(19

726

1(17

201/63

1791

203/60

1142

203/6)

2391

210/63

774

210/63

241)

211/6)

2412

211/63

779

211/6)

(36

213/36

719

220/63

7»?

243/63

1*9

244/63

1427

436/13

616

112

1535

130/541


l(2(

216/32

f*(

141/3)7

12(7

244/12

32

41*/(\

1992

130/21

2035

612

1991

611

204*

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Crepslagsystems Cropping m southern Victoria Successful cropping with minimum cultivation Crag aeaField crops Craaa gallfiseat Crosvn fell of stone fruit Cnicifrrs Crucifers* pest and disease conirol The cabbage tnoth or diamond-beck moth Black rot of cole crop* Blacklegcf-abbage, cauliflower and related plants Ringspoi of cruciferous plants Crusader bog The crusader bug and theRutherglen bug Cryptercbisa Cryptorchidism in Angora goats Cacamban Growing gherkins Cucumbers in the home garden Grossing cucumbers CacarWm Diseases and pat) Cucurbits • pest and diseasecontrol CaMrattanofseila am Tillage Carrant barer math Currant borer moth Carream Currant borer moth Spays for setting currants and Carina Mack currants for the home garden CntBewen Cut floater growing Catrlage.aleat sat Plant cuttings Cato arum a Commoncaterpillars in Be Id crops and paatura Reg chem for control ofcaterpillar peats - crop*, pasture Cyclamen Cyclamensfor the home garden Railing cyclamens front seed The dagger nematode on grapevtnm Dalriaa satDairy ihada Dairy cattle Seasonalreminders for northern irrigation dairy farmers Groaring dairy hetfet* Howto rear dairy heifers from waaning to calving Kaeptng house cows How to identify dairy cows Producing quality milk m winter Artificial iiutmimuxm Laming antilciil insemination Top AB sires for use in 1982 National dairy sire identification schema Ariiflrial breeding (AB.)tn dairy herds •reeding dairy cow replacement! by using AD Asadiag TheAustralian Dairy Herd Improvement Scheme (ADH1S) Fertility in dairy cattle Progenytearing of dairy bulla Selecting dairy sires using Aust. Breeding Values (AUVs) Calvingtithes for dairy herds in northern Irrigation areas Assessing dairy cows using ABVa; Selecting dairy cows for cullingand branding Fertility in dairy cows CmAitha teoring Condition scoring of dairy cow* 22*1 1315 100/00 110/21 10(fl214/622 2109253/400 1202 253/622 1570 253/6)3 52? 253/6)3 1017253/633 734220/622 1516 470/45 lit*244/11

  • 4 244/12

549 2*4/20 1150263/600 1900202/622 1900 202/622 2005 241/6(5 1271 244/12 1290 2(0/11 1576100/622 2294 100/411 597 210/12 402 215/12 219t241/422

1499

411/20

14(2

413/23

239

  • 13/23

57

415/20

459

413/21

1404

  • 16/12

2140

401/47

1912

414/32

1426

414/47

212

413/33

210

413/33


2017

410/35


l(?( 209* 227(

411/40 414/32 414/32


1221

413/13


2425 1794

 17 f)
     

4IJ/32 415/32 413/44


1990

415/10



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AMAlpwIn

Ordar

Agdea

Ditmm

Mmbar

aumher

Injecting sheep, CM* endpip

347

400/14

Leptospirosis in cstik. Mp, sharp, hones

 ind human*
     

479

400/453

Sail uiii-MoM dispenser

1*54

410/452

Foot tameness in dairy csnle

1151

411/450

Parasite control us csiiie-Norther*

 Irrigation Dturict
     

1055

411/440

Uw (uk* in dairy cattle

IMS

411/443

Diseases of young deity calve*

1541

412/450

Acetoiucaun (ketosis) of dairy com

1713

415/452

Controlling Mont in duty con*

1957

415/452

Gnu tetany in deity con*

1319

415/452

Milk fever in cone

1410

415/452

Control of mastitis

1101

415/453

E*Kti of milking machine component* on

 milking, mastitis
     

1451

413/453

Mastitis end Bulk cell countinl

11

413/453

Somatic c*U counting and dry cow therapy

 Fttdint and/teds
     

1093

415/453

Winter fodder crop* for dairy farms in

 Northern Victoria
     

1450

120/10

Introduction to feed budgeting

147

410/31

Bulk huying dairy Concentratet saves money

1115

410/J7

Mid-lactation feeding ut the Western

 District
     

1173

411/51

Choosing feed supplements for dairy cone

1170

411/37

Drought feeding strategics for dairy cone

2075

411/57

Feeding dairy cons during drought

2047

411/37

Winter feeding of autumn-calved dairy cons

302

411/37

The uses of concentrate feeds for dairy cons

 Production records
     

192

411/43

Davy production records 1; Daily prod in

 early lactation
     

2453

410/10

Dairy production records l. Production summary for seeaoa

2454

410/10

Dairy production records 3: Duly milk

 production per con
     

2493

410/10

Dairy production records 4; Daily but terfat

 prod per cow
     

2494

410/10

Dairy production records 5: Daily herd

 hutterfat prod
     

2495

410/10

Dairy production records 6: Cumulative

 hutterfat prod
 Dairy farming
     

2494

410/10

Management of irrigated annual pastures

2451

134/10

Fertiliser for irrigated dairy farms

224

134/342

Dairy farming in Victoria

1942

410/01

Silage • its value to dryland dauyfarmers

23M

410/61

Buying an irrigated dairy farm in northern

 Victoria
     

2264

410/812

Share dairyfarmiag

2313

410/(12

Seasonal reminders for northern irrigation

 dairy farmers
     

1499

411/20

Selecting dairy cons for culling and breeding

 Economic aipcca
     

(794

415/32

Amassing the returns from share

 dairyfarming
     

243|

410/412

Costs A. returns of irrigated dairy farm in

 Goulbum Valley
     

1941

410/120

The cost of missing milkings

1913

410/120

The outlook for dairy products

 Emfloftts
     

2210

410/140

The Dairy Farm Workers Anatd

 Entr^r const rmtson
     

20(4

410/123

Saving electrical energy on dairy farms

 Eouifmtnl and suppHts
     

21M

410/774

Bail aali-bloat dispenser

1954

410/652

Ftmdainct l3:D*iiy»H*dco»«n*cnoiiA

 equipment coeo
     

1944

410/721

Udder washing systems

1410

410/721

Mainlcnence of refngerauoa equipment

 Hfthnt
     

2191

410/717

Hoar to meet the Total Count standard for

 farm milk
     

1170

4)0/12

Metlwdl of clmeiiif end unmung nUkiitq

 ■mcImmi
     

1421

410/12

Control of Hies in dairy factories

111!

410/612

Control of Rica on dairy farms

1023

4)0/412

Principlee of milking machine hygiene

1407

4I0/4M




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number


Deny production records 1: Daily prod in early lactation

2433

410/10


Dairy production records 2: Production

 summary for season
     

2454

410/IQ


Dairy production records 3: Daily mdk

24*3

410/10


production per cow



Dairy production records 4; Daily bnriaifat prod per cow

2494

410/10


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 hutterfat prod
     

2495

410/10


Dairy production records 4; Cumulative

 butterfat prod
     

24*4

410/10


Dairy farm management study, |9t2-*3

2421

410/110


Leasing n dairy farm

 Dairy grndnesa

sac Butter; Cream; Milk; Yoghurt

 Dairy sheds
     

1574

410/912


Advances in dairy shed and yard design

4*9

410/721


Farm dairies 1 Types

245*

410/721


Farm dairies 10; Grating for platforms of

 h/bone dairies
     

1330

410/721


Farm dames 11: Milk rooms and

 refrigerated bulk milk
     

244*

4)0/721


Farmdwna 12: Numberofbsila-rotary sulking platform

2449

410/721


Farm dunes U : Dairy shed construction 4

 equipment costs
     

)9<4

410/721


Farm dairies 2; Site selection

2440

410/721


Farm dairies 3; Guidelines * design of a

244)

410/721


herringbone dairy




Farm dairies 3; Herringbone pits

2842

410/721


Farm dairies 6: Herringbone platforms

2443

410/721


Farm dairies 7 Design of herringbone bads

2444

410/721


Farm dairies 1: Herringbone entry sad can

 galas
     

2445

410/72!


Farm dairies: 4 Converting from

 walkthrough to herringbone
     

3429

410/721


Farm dairies 10: Cow yard backing gatta

2447

410/722


Farm datnes 9: Cow yan^g

 Dam plat i all diseases
     

2444

410/722


Tot lcco« seedbed diiemm

 Dams
     

2(54

111/433


Fisk for the farm dam

511

4(3/10


Clearing muddy water 1 - Amounts clearing

 chemico s to add
     

1417

3(2


Ocannmuddy water 2; Add clevtag

 cbemic Ua/tanlu/dams
     

1411

3(2


Agulii dam ora hillside darn?

711

513


Planning and sitmgadam

710

3(3


How to avoid a failure of dsma

713

754


Contract nut 1983- carthmoviag. clanring,

 dams

Pate forming

2151

(14


Deer farming

1547

4(1/10


Code of accepted fanning practice for the

 welfare of deer
 DeReleney dlseaem In pinna*
     

2223

412/20


Potash for pastures

2197

130/341


Trace element dericiencies in vegetable crops

1190

207/332


Mineral deficiencies in fruit trees

201

210/332


Assessing the nutritional status of orchards

130

210/333


Magnesium deficiency in citrus

1751

220/331


Foliar sprays for euros

374

220/542


Lime-induced iron chlorosis m grapevine*

 Dtsiafecris* and ditinfectants
     

(490

241/632


Tear disinfection 2 Emollients

1504

413/6*0


Teat dauifcctton 3 Correct use and riorage

 of chemicals
     

1507

413/610


Teat disinfection t; Disinfectant*

1505

413/4(3


Teat disinfection 4: Application system*

 Dacha
     

21*2

415/414


Control of docks in pasture

 Downy mildew af maps*
     

1447

1)0/442


Downy mildew of grapevine*

94

241/43)


Downy mildew qf grapevines (Turkish)

 Drains*
     

(M3

241/6)3


Test wells in <he Miitee

447

203/335


Drainage of garden soil

594

554


Mole drainage

1454

355 9


CcMiol ®f RMMHMBfiM ■ ifeMp ■

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430/M1

Electric frncmg on dairy farms

140

413/775

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Ftacaa for skarp and lataka

12*

430/723

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Rsyuesvation of hoot fntceswith dactniad

122

440/723

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231*

723

TV dried fruit battle

72*

100/422

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Electric times for vtnaia aad wildlife:

2315

723

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Elxtnc fencing

11(0

723

HaK!i proWemi of beef Vide taa drought

147*

  • 20/430

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Water suppiis for sharp

UN

  • 30/31

Satiety and legal aspects of Sum fencing

2323

723

AV Feeding oftrockai'be end oft drought

2107

400/37

TV Dairy Farm Workers Award

201*

410/123

Drought fteding ttraiegtei for dairy cows

mm

411/37

Incaaiiic ic Vats for piggery employes

211*

440/111

Feeding dairy com during drought

20*7

411/37

Agricultural appcenticanhipa-learning on

134*

903

Managing beef cattle w a feed shortage

1***

420/13

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Ckooa«| a droufht (aad for beef caul*

14*4

420/32

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Faadim Cattle for survival

UJI

  • 20/33

Endive in tV home gatds

7*

252/12

WVetodo with sheep in a drought

17*7

430/13




Miami and viumin supplement! for ibsp

UM

430/30

Saving electrical energy on dairy fans

21*9

410/774

ChooMa(adrou|ht feed for sheep

177*

430/32

Siting and orientation of kuiidiags to sate

10*7

710

latroducuti sheep to drought raliooa

X*

430/34

energy



Drought nitons for sheep

1777

430/57

TVfmal insolation of farm buildings

1204

710

Urea supplements foe grotngibaep

117*

430/37

Nature! lighting of farm buildings

till

713

W«y* of fending a supplement to sheep

177*

430/37

'Solar .Veters for bot-water lyiiiwa

1153

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Iajecnag sheep, cattle and pigs

J*7

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Oral adoiniMratiaa of totdtctna to honaa

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440/20

Sose esottc diseases of bones

  • 37

4*0/453

layactioai for boom - met aad techaaquat

m

440/430


Deugnia animal feeds



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4*0/433

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Ergpts of car sals sad gnaas

1500

100/433

Stockini retro tit ike Melbourne district

2172

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Dry sheep equivalents comparing different

1730

400/33

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440/433

Growing cereals oa dry taad

m

210/21


Drylaad pasture tpacwi for Central

1*10

130/32

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Dry lead pasture Spades for East Gippslaad

 Pasture specie* for deep tend* in the
     

1*03 M0

130/32 130/32

Production sad use offutl ethanol on farms

1172

7*0

WiaMaera Silage • Ha value to drylaad dairyfermers

 Car la*

How to identify dairy cows

2310

  • 39

410/41 415/2*

Ripening and cokmng of appimvnih

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212/23

Idtaafymg beat caul*

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420/21

Effirton/nut

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213/5*

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2131

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Management at lanbutg cws

252

433/13

Digging treackca safely EerMeecwa .

2113

030

Prevention of pregnancy tosermia in Mali**

410 15*4

433/22

  • 33/44

Prodacttoa of ennbworikn

137*

47*/20

Clover infertility in ewna

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200/950

European carwim

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  • 12

TV Garden Adnsory Service

7M

Vegetable adviaory service

t*M

207/900

Facial ac;eata of sheep aad cattle

4*3

430/434

TV Vegetable Rnetrch Station. Frankston

 Services provided by tke Dept of Agricuitttm
     

1039 23*3

207/933 931

Prodacttoa of biofaa frota piggery wenro*

20*7

400/74*

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Dairy «fl«wnt dtspo*«|ppiMis*d<atfBaad

 oowt ruction
     

237*

410/27

Iy» uhh Eyt cmccrof cattla

333

401/452

Fending of wastes an irrigated dairy farms

1043

  • 10/27

Eyrngmlidfeag


MO/t37

Wsytofdispoungof wastes from dairy shads

21*

410/27

Rust, take-all and other fiaesgS ta canal crops

331

Uaeat Systems for pi ggenes

1*2

440/27

Fakahsa



Piggery effluent at a fertiloer

440/53*

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Supplier* of pig housing materials and

24*0

440/720

Fairy rfag



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Control of fairy rings aad ihaM moalda la

112*

2*4/433

EHurut removal from piggeries

1071

440/721

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FUmgMif pig effluent to past urt

2073

440/754

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Fakowtiig for wheat production latV

1323

112/21

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PaaMnf aemetud*



Inntmtiqn



Control of phyikiseta and fanlcaf ncauitodc

U7

24l/«22

Oeeeanoa perioda of farm aauaala

172

400/13

TV dagger nematode on grapevtas

2l*t

241/C22

Hatckiagegga in aatall incubator*

ISM

450/23

Farm kail Slim



fta rage



Structural ned foe farm buildings: 1

121*

714

Egg coot ro new

1427

434/*3

Structural steel for farm butldmgi, 2

12M

714






to 9mm.im

£ > 1

Order

Agdn


s amber

number

Struct oral timber tor heal building*

1411

714

Guide to caacietiag

 Entrfjrconstrmnan
     

1325

71)

Smug sud ocieularwu of buildings lo save

!0g?

710

energy Thermal msulattou of farm buildings

1204

710

Natural lighting of farm buildings

 Farm layout
     

1331

713

Whole farm planning for Hood irrijauoa

 land layout

Fat ■ war > la ary

1951

364

A procedure (orraoMng complaints about

 fora macksam
     

1306

700

Contract ratm 1913 etanbmoviag, ctaariag,

2131

  • 14

How to cork out machinery coatractraua

455

  • 23

Financing farm machinery

2332

831

Costs and returns of a cereal farm in the

 northernWimmera
     

2059

110/820

Cosu and returns of whaatgrowing farms ia

 theMallse
     

2399

110/820

Feed budgeting in the grazing industries

24g

400/31

Dry sheep equivalents comparing didereal

 classes of stock
     

1330

400/33

Microcomputers: selecting a system

1792

810

Group farming

616

812

Cash-Sow budgeting

2224

  • 13

•usineM structures for farms

1217

830

Farm security

 finance
     

1461

000

Borrowing money -preparing your cat*

2067

813

Cash-Sow budgeting

2224

813

Financial records; what should you keep?

641

  • 16

Financing farm machinery

2332

831

Government assistance for primary

 producers
     

2460

831

Sources of farm finance In 1914

 PWftrrw marktts
     

2471

831

How to use caitle futures

1801

420/840

How to use lamb futures

2314

431/840

How to use wool futures

19a

437/846

Futures markets

 Grass margins

>ttf * ;

1704

840

Gross margins for sheep £.csttls in tht

 Melbourne district -
     

t830

400/817

Gross rnargms of grazing us south gippsltnd;

 1*64
     

2483

400/817

Oram margina of shacp/vsaler entarpriam in

 N/EVic
     

2484

■•00/817

Coats A returns of prime latnb/vcalcrprodn

 inN/E Victoria
     

24*6

400/820

Coats and returns of a sheep/caltlc farm: Western District

2036

400/820

Groce margins of beefenlerprues in s/w Victoria Cereals

1660

420/817

Gmm margins of crops in souihem Victoria

2061

100/817

Costs A returns Cereal cropptng/prune lamb

 grada N/EVic
     

2463

110/820

Coats and returns of a cereal farm

2213

110/820

Coats and returns pf a cereal farm in Sht

 northern Wimmera
     

2059

110/820

Gram margMM of whenton fallow in the

 Wimmera
     

2031

112/81?

Fraltability of wheat

2034

112/820

Fraltabdity of oeu

2053

,113/820

Pratitabdiiy of barley

2048

114/820

Fraltability of tnticale

 Dairying
     

2052

117/820

Grass mar gins of grazing m south gippsland:

 1*14
     

2413

400/817

Dairy him management study, 1912-13

24J1

410/810

Ameming the returns from share

 daieyfatmiag
     

2431

410/812

Costa A returns of irrigated dairy farm in

 Oouibura Valley
     

1968

410/820

OrderAgdex ■umbernumber fieldcrepe Orose margins of ciops insouthern Victoria 2061 100/817 Profitability of ungaied lucernefor her - 224} 121/120 Ballaratdm FfpOtability of lupin 2059 142/120 Profitability of field pea 2051 143/820 Profitability of tafltawer 1444 148/120 Fruit Costs and returns of an orchardin the 203) 210/320 GoulbumValley Coats A returns ofdrted-vine-fruit property 1592 241/810 iaSunraysta Goats Profitability of Angora goatemerpriaw 1673 473/820 Any Coeu A returai cerealcropping/prime lamb 2483 110/820 prodnN/EVic Craia maritns for sheep A cattleia the 1130 400/117 Melbournedistrict Gross margins of grazing insouth gippaland: 2485 400/817 1984 Gross margins ofsheep/vealeruntetprisei in 2484 400/817 N/EVic Costs A returns ofprimelamb/vealerproda 2416 400/120 inN/EVictoria Costs and returns of ashecp/cattle farm: 2056 400/820 WesternDistrict Gross marlins for sheepenterprises in East 2146 430/817 Gippsland Grossmarginsofsbeepenterprtsc'.ins/w 1661 430/817 Victoria , PcferaWer Costs and returns ofcarmtproduction in the 1077 267/820 Dandenongs Instteanct Farm and personal insurance 2479 133 frrmtmtna Cash management trusts 2011 830 Retirement schemes for ijnmaryproducers 1413 830 Landpurckast/Uast Sharecropping agreements 1220 100/838 Theeconoaucsofbuytniasultnnablocltui 2010 241/812 Sunraysia Leasing a dairy farm 1374 410/812

Buying a farm

68!

812

Leasing land

490

812

Farming/country living? A guide to

 prospective landowners
     

2400

930

Eocurdiandeorrtsfondtnni


  • 16

A livestock reconciliation table

ta6

Financial records; whal should you keep?

 Taxation
     

64*

816

Changes to income taa in 1980

1408

873

Changes to income tax in 1981

1752

  • 75

Changes to income taa in 1982

2040

  • 75

Changes to income taa m 1983

2373

873

How taa is levied on primary producers

2000

873

Income averaging A tax usings from tax

 deductible expend
     

2372

  • 75

Income equalisation deposits

2331

873

Provisional taxation and seif-auessment

1999

873

Taxation aspects of investing in farm assets

 Farm tracks
     

2364

  • 75

Unewsys on farms

1961

400/70

The design of farm tracks

 Farmees eegselurieea
     

Ml

710

Fanner organiutkms in the Wodonga

 district
     

2193

901

Fs-riery see Horseshoeing



Feedfralae



The outlook for feed grains

2370

102/860

Recommended barley varieties for 1984

23*1

114/32

Growing grain sorghum us Northern

(6*8

113/10

Victoria

 Millet for grain
     

223?

118/10

Harvesting lupins

320

142/30

Own lupins: their use and marketing

321

1/./80

Feeding sheep with tnticale

2004

430/41

Lupin grain as a feed for sheep ■

1040

4-9/63 u

Swatsas

All Agnotcs

Order

Agdea

■umber

number

F®d (ruins in pig diets

1769

440/63

Crain legumes for pt| ratsorn

1773

440/63

Peas for pigs

1770

440/63

Feed Misers

Misers for mining pig feeds on the farm

1719

44C/726

Wet feeding systems for pigs

17*5

440/726

Feed utilisation ciHcieecy

Dry sheep equivalents comparing different

1530

400/53

classes of stock

 Ftedlets
       

Location, design and conduct of beef cattle

7200

420/17

feed lots

Opportunity lotfeeding of beef cattle

10*4

420/55

Hints for uosll-scaie farm lot-feeding of

1455

425/55

cattle

Lot feeding of lambe

1*25

431/55

Feeds see also Feed grains; Fodder crops; Pastures; Silage

Wuilerfddder crops

15*1

120/10

Shirohie millet; a summer fodder crop for

1575

127/20

Goulbum Valley

Rape as a fodder crop

1075

128/20

Feed budgeting in the grutng industnea

241

400/51

Self-feeding of silage

111*

400/56

Costing fodder* on energy value

196*

400/60

Introduction to feed Ipudgetmg

247

410/51

Choosing feed supplements for dairy cows

2270

411/57

The uses of concentrate feeds for dairy cows

  • 92

411/63

Stored colostrum for feeding calve*

2070

412/6*

Opportunity Imfeeding of beef cattle

20*4

420/55

Protein concentrates for pig rations

22*5

440/63

The nutritional valuoof bone feed*

120

460/52

Additives

Hie of antibiotic* in animal feeds

1***

400/650

Mineral and vitamin supplements for sheep

11*5

430/50

Vitamin and mineral requirements of pigs

176*

440/53

Analysts

Registration of stock feeds m Victoria

1301

400/60

The feed value of selected foods tufts for beef

20*3

420/54

cattle

Composition of feed ingredients for pig*

24*9

4*0/50

Comparing the value of pig iced ingredients

251*

440/52

Economic aspects

Bulk buying dsiry concentrate* saves money

1115

410/57

Equipment and supplies

Major supplier* of feed* and feed Ingredient*

2335

440/60

forpigs

Major suppliers of pig feeding and watering

2349

440/720


equipment Miters for mixing pig feeds On the farm

17*9

440/726

Pelleting farm-miaed pig rations

19*0

440/726

Selecting milling equipment for pig feeds

1341

440/726

Wet feeding system* for pig*

1765

440/726

Conveyors for feed and gram

2119

726

Law and legisla tion

 Registration of stock feed* in Victoria
     

130*

400/60

Sampling How to sample feed for analyst!

2362

400/60

Storage Storing grain for pig rations

1140

440/732

A design of a bln for storing bone feeds

792

460/725

Fei|oa The feijon or pineapple guava

12(3

211/12

Fence*


-

Boundary anti cattle fence*

1*97

400/723

Electric fencing on dairy farms

140

415/773

Fences for sheep and lambs

129

430/723

Fence* for horses

  • 31

460/723

RejunevatKM of hone fence* with electrified

iU

460/723

wire* Fencing, yarding and handling goats

Ituf

470/723

Electric fence* for vermin end wildlife;

Wit

723

fencing jesign Electric fences for vermin and wildlife:

&■?

723

principles

 Electric fencing
     

v;H0

723

Fence end-atsemblia

2320

723

Fencing wires

1573

723

Hints on erecting fences

1*44

723

12





Older

Agdea


■■rnhrr

number

How to make concrete posts

367

723

Contract rates 19*4-35 - fencing

2477

  • 14

Law

Safety end legal aspects of farm fencing

2323

723

fVwclMfcwirt

 set Wirt tracing
 Fcaaci
       

Florence fennel in the home garden

TO

232/12

Fermi pt*s

Habits, diseases and control of feral pip

1395

  • 73

Fens

Propapting ferns from iports

59*

217/20

Ferdltscn Wad ataaara

Handling A applying phosphorus fertilisers

2091

100/540

for field crops

Zinc fertih&er for pastures and crops

2520

100/541

Fertiliser and seed for pasture establishment

463

130/10

Facts and fallacies about superphosphate on

2274

130/541

pastures

Fertilisers for irritated pastures in Central

19*

134/541

Gippsland

Fertilisers and chemicals for nursery potting

1310

200/540

mfctture*

Pentiums container plants

13*1

200/540

Commercial fertilisers for turf

1906

2*6/540

Piggery diluent as t fertiliser

2145

440/53*

Pumping pig effluent lo pasture

2072

440/756

Understanding the mixtures in the fertiliser

2267

540

price bat

Registration of fertiliser* m Victoria

  • 39

$41/611

Application

Fertiliser use; some general ups

154

542

Contract rates 1983 - fertiliser spreading

2153

  • 14

Field crops

Fertiliser* for tleld crops

399

100/542

Fertiliser* for rc'riii ut the Mallet

570

110/552

Fruit

Fertiliser progre ms for home orchards

(04

200/542

Fertiliser progra ms for canning fruit

7*6

210/342

orchards

Fertiliser progn bis for orchards

200

210/542

Fertiliser guide or citrus tree*

2213

220/540

Sampling

How to ample tVruhser for analyst*

2361

54*

Vegetables

Organic matter for row crop*

330

207/536

Green manure crop* for vegetable

1076

207/537

producuon


.

Vegetable cropping With fowl manure

1053

207/531

Feeding vegetable* through theirleave*

2221

207/540

Fertilisers for vegetables

1031

207/542

Fertiliser* for potato**

1037

262/542

Feftiliaersand manures, Organic Me Or lime fertiliser* FerttllMnfor pastures SeePastures * Fertilisers and pasture nutrition Facte*

Harvesting of tall fescue seed crop*

411

130/50

Certification standards for ul! fescue

499

133/41

Field crop* see also Cereals; Fodder crops; Oilseeds

  • Sources ofregistered seed of field crop*. 19*4

2344

100/45

Diseases and pests

Zinc fertiliser for pasture* and crops

2320

100/541

The red-legged earth mu*

1693

100/612

Common caterpillar* in field crops and

1376

100/622

pasture*

The southern armyworm

694

100/622

Ergots of cereals and grasses

1503

100/633

Reg chem for control of caterpillar peat* »

2294

100/6*1

crop*, pasture

insecticide* for field and fruit crop* and

1707

611

pasture* Economic aspects

Grot* margins of crop* in southern Victoria

2061

100/817

The outlook for feed grains

2370

102/860

Contract rates 1983-84 - aerial and ground

2217

  • 14

spraying

hM,isM AilApMtN Ecrtilltm and manura Handling A applying pbmphoruc fertilnen for field crop* Zuk fertilisers for Wimmera crop* tad pUtUTM Fertilisersfor Icld crop* Vtrittia Croppingin southern Victoria Irrigated summer crop* Wild control Ropewickapplicaton for selective control of waadg. Field pan Growing field pew Growing geld pew in the Millet Growing field pen in the Wimmera Standards for marketing of held pew Dittaia and ptsu tests of Held peas Aacochyta blight of field pew Bacterial blight of geld pew Economic aspects Grow m argim of crop* insouthern Victotii FrofltabiUty of field pew Hamsting Contractmet ■ grain harvesting and transport, 191] Varieties Sources of registered reed ofgeld trope, 1914 Grain lupin and geld pea varieties Weed control Controllingweeds in geld pew na Tbelg -varietiesand culture marl see Hazelnut Fitters tad fUtnden Filtration for aucrojet/mini-tpcinkler/tncklesystems Filierin g systems for chemical sprayers Finance Borrowingmoney * preparing your caw Financing farm machinery Government assistance for primary producers Sources of farm finance in 1914 Fire pretention What happens when hay heats Fire precautions for farmen Prevention of fire on the farm Fins Pasture recovery i/ter fire Saving burnt livestock - assessment and treatment Flat culture Fish for the farm dam Flaxsted tae Linseed Fiance tw Wool Flnadlrrigatiott Landforming for flood irrigation Flood irrigation tjf fruit trees in the Goulburn Valley Designcriteria for flood irrigation land layout Whole farm planning for floodIrrigation land layout Hands What to do in a flood emergency FWwars Cutflower growing Bedding plant displays (seeding) Boses in the home garden Gardenias ■ indoor and out Growing cymbidium orchids Flycaanai Controlof flies in dairy factories Control of flies on dairy farms im lew

Ordar

Agdcl


Order

Agdca


number

number


number

number




Control of flies on poultry farms

1112

450/614


2091

100/540

Control of flics in compose

  • 95

546/614




Blowflies

1117

612


1222

100/541

Bushflwa

lll«

612




Houseflies

1119

612


399

100/542

Stablcflies

1*02

612




The control of flies

1350

6)2


2261

100/00

Flyatrika




2266

100/(0

Management of sheep to avoid flystrike

702

430/14




Blowfly strike

3

430/662


2276

100/640

Sheep blowflies of Victoria,

 Foals
     

1613

430/662




Foaling difficulties • when to call a vet

941

460/22


1639

166/12

Casing for orphan foala

932

460/23


2171

166/20

Weaning foaia

114

460/23


1711

166/20

Handling




2037

166/144

Handling a weanling

 Fofldtr coascrvatioa
     

793

460/75


1612

166/622

see Hay; Silage




2232

166/633

Fodder crops




2233

166/633

see also Field pea; millet; lucerne etc






Irrigated summer crope

22<6

100/10


2061

100/117

Cropping rotations for southern Victoria

1319

100/11


2051

143/120

Spring-sown braauca fodder crops in the

 Ballarat district
     

2271

120/10


2401

114

Summer fodder crops for Central and East

2343

120/10




Gippsland

 Winter fodder crops
     

1361

120/10


2344

100/45

Winter fodder crops for dairy farms in

2450

120/10


2507

160/32

Northern Victoria

 Summer fodder crope
     

439

120/22


2143

166/640

Harvesting oats for sheep * hay or gram?

 Economic osptca
     

1970

430/60


1633

211/11

Contract rates 1913-14 - fodder conservation

 FoliwdlafMsia
     

2354

■14




Assessing (he nutritional ttatua of orchards

150

210/333




Citrus leaf analysis

1145

220/533


1952

200/560

Falter feeding Feeding vegetablea through their leaves

2221

207/340


2312

744

Foliar sprays for citrus *

 Foot abscess In sheep
     

576

220/542


2017 2332 2410

115 131 131

Foot sbsceiS ui sheep

 Foot aafl mouth disease
     

21

430/653


Recognising foot and mouth disease

 Foot rot ta sheep
     

561

400/653


2471

131

Whet footrot is and how to handle it

 Foul brood dlaeww
     

343

430/653


2333 416 133

130/51 031 031

A guide to diagnosis of bee brood diseases

2262

467/653


European fouibrood disease of honeybees

1401

467/653


American fouibrood disease of honey bees

 Fnmoacoriog
     

2300

481/653


477 1363

130/031 400/650

Frame scoring of beef caltle

 Fraakstoa, Turf Research Institute
     

2031

420/33


The Turf Research Institute, Ffinkston

 Fraakeien, Vegetable Research Station
     

1904

951




511

413/10

The Vegetable Research Station, Franks-on

 Franc
     

1039

207/953




Aaaeaaing frost damage in cereal gram crops

1714

1ID/023




The effect of frost on wheat

1715

112/023




Froa* • its nature and control

626

200/023




Froat * its nature and control (Turkish)

1M3

200/023


351

100/315

Shelters for orchard and vineyard

 thermometera
     

605

203/710


Ml

210/364

A flue for frost pots

620

203/746


1457

564

The use of frost pots

603

203/746


Non-parasitic disorders of citrus

 Ml
     

75*

220/632


1951

564


roe also Citrus fruit; peach; pear; fierties; grapes etc





Flaming and caring (or young fruit trees

7*3

210/20


(414

• 030

Flanting and caring for young fruit trees in

 home orchards
     

797

210/21




Fnpanng tor tree planting in the Goulburn

1737

210/21


1290

210/11

Valley




763

211/21

Budding and grafting




742

213/20

Budding fruit trees

236

210/24


125

217/12

Grafting of fruit trees

240

210/24


106

217/12

Umks






Armdlana root rot

7tt

200/633


till

410/612

Root rot diseases of ornamentals and fruit

73*

200/633


1023

4)0/612

trees


13


AflAfMCca Agriculturalchxoicali foe fnm crap* PrcperlngBordcsus mixture Some properties of fungicides Rhizopus rot and trsisit rot of fruit and vegetables Wood-rottingfungi of fruit and nut trees Diseases of fruit and fungicides registered for control Certifiedpropagating material for traa fruit Mosaic vino diseases of fruit trees Silver-leaf disease of fruit crops Vefticilltum wilt of deciduous fruit trees Control of pcau and diseases in home orchards Autumnsprays to control apple aad pear scab Pomefruit-pesti, diseases A chemicals for their control Controlof peats/diseasea in pome fruits in home orchards Crownand collar rot of apple trees Targetspot of applet Crowngall of stone fruit BacterialguaUnosis (bacterial canker, fruit Mast) Iroam-rotof stone fruits Freckle of peaches and apricots Fhytophthora rot of peaches and apricots Control pests/diseases in stone fruits ia home orchards Control pests/diseases invarious fruits u> home orchards Economic aspects Coats and returns of an orchardin the Coulburn Valley fertilisers and manures Fertiliser programs for home orchards Fertiliser programs for canning fruit orchard! Fertiliser programs for orchards Hantsting Mechanical harvesting of peachesfor processing Irrigation Choosingan orchard irrigation system Flood irrigation Of fruit trees in the Ooulburn Valley irrigating TaturS trellis orchards Minisprinkkr and microspray irrigation for orchard! Costa of trickle/mlcro/sprinklerirrigation ia ore hards Marketing Marketingprotection for fruit and vegetable growers Marketingprotection for growers Crop control of clingstone peaches for the fresh market Fresh marketing of canningpeaches Nutrition Mineral deficiencies In fruittrees Nutrition of trees grown on the Taturd trellis Assessing the nutritional status of orchards Ana Aphids Orientalfruit moth Two-spotted mite Agriculture!chemicals for fruit crops Queensland fruit fly in Victoria Currant borer moth Howto collect samples: nematode analysis groves A vines Aphidpests of peaches, cherries and citrus Codling moth in home gardens Fruit tree borer moth and small fruit tree borer moth Integratedcontrol of orchard mites Orientalfruit moth SanJose and oystn-shell scale Theheyohia mite and the pear-leaf blister mite OrderAgdex ■umber number 1731 200/680 nil 200/681 272 200/683 12*1 201/613 HOI202/633 739 203/600 2371 210/30 761210/633 1263 210/633 1261 210/633 769 210/681 184211/633 2230 211/680 771 211/611 1266212/633 723 212/633 1096 214/622 721 214/633 119214/633 723 214/633 1066 214/633 770 214/681 772 2£_'681 2033210/820 KM200/342 716 210/342 200210/342 1953 213/31 2226210/360 161 210/364 264210/366 1097 210/753 1857210/824 2313201/848 1074 207/848 2101 213/25 2336 213/30 204210/332 350 210/332 130 210/333 104 200/622 101 200/622 1721200/622 1733 200/680 1131 201/622 1900 202/622 1229 203/622 1123210/622 105 210/622 mt210/622 1720210/622 1369 210/622 M2 210/622 733 210/622

The fruit-tree root weevil, Leptoptnn

Order number 73*

Agdex lumber 213/422

squalidus Tlte pear and cherry slug, Caliroa Cenui

7)7

210/622

Cont rol of pasta and diseases tu home

7*9

210/611

orchards

 Codling moth
     

1124

211/622

Pome fnu( - pests, diseases A chemictli for

2230

211/680

their control Control of pesta/diseaics in pome fruits in

771

211/681

home orchards Control pesu/diseases in stone fruits in

m

214/6*1

home orchards The crusader bug and the Ruthcrglen bug

734

220/622

Control pests/diseases in varsoua fruits in

n

220/MI

home orchards Insecticides for field end fruit crope end

1707

Ml

postures Pollination Varieties of fruit trees, vinee and berries

901

202/30

Fruit varieties and pollination

1763

203/26

Follinauon of fruit trees

1*48

210/26

Priming and training

 Pruning m the home orchard
     

135

210/23

TheTatura Trellis-construction

2497

210/23

Wound dressings for fruit trees

133

210/28

Training peach and nectarine trees on

231*

215/23

Tatura Trellis Training plum trees on Tatura Trellis

2317

216/23

Training apricot trees on Titura Trellis

2313

217/23

Ripening Ripening and coloring of apples with

88*

212/23

ethephon Rootstock] Nursery propagation of rootstocks for pome

33

211/14

fruit Soil management

 Development of. :m orchard
     

2223

210/10

management *

 Management ofsoil structure in orchards
     

1099

210/310

Soil management for intensive fruit

138

210/510

production systems Soils for fruitgrowing in the Coulburn

1313

210/523

Viitcy-Cobram area

 Using lime in the orchard
     

60*

210/334

Spacing Metric tree-pUming guide

163

210/21

Close planting of apples

813

212/21

Storage Temperature and humidity measurement la

1817

201/63

cool storm Rbiropus rot and tniisit rot of fruit and

1263

231/633

vegetables

 Storage life of fruit
     

1791

203/60

Storage conditions affecting life of fruit

1842

203/63

Measuring CA storage atmospheres with the

2391

210/63

Orsat apparatus Trouble-shooting chart for operatots of CA,

774

210/63

storages Avoiding problems in post-harvest dipping.

2411

211/36

apples A pears Post-harvest dips for apples and pears

2*10

211/36

Long-term controlled atmosphere storage of

2413

211/63

apples A pears Mixing apple A pear varieties, controlled

2412

211/63

atmosphere store Obtaining C02 and 02 levels m CA, sioon

779

211/63

Post-harvest fungicidal dipt for stone fruit

86*

214/613

Varieties Varieties of fruit trees, vines and betnci

90*

202/30

Fruit varieties and pollination

1763

203/26

Certified pjopagating material for tree fruit

2371

210/30

Water requirements

 Why water fruit trees?
     

M

210/361

Weed control Herbicides for pome and stone fruit orchard*

887

210/612

Frslt flies Queensland fruit fiy in Victoria

1131

20I/6S2

14 JvnvIVM

AlApotn

OtdK

Agdei

FraUaoedag

aumbrr

number

letter fruit set for Packham pots

not

213/11

Increasing frtut set ut Fturte avocado* by

 cincturing
     

1744

235/25

Zinc sprays for fruit setting in vina

417

241/23

Zinc sprays for frail letting in raws

 (Turkish)
     

1144

241/23

Sprays for setting currants and Ctrine

 Fruit tne bam wark
     

2005

241/415

Ftuil tree borer moth and small fruit tree

 borer moth
 Fruit trnraa weevil
     

nil

210/422

The fruit-tree rootweevil. Leptopiw

 squalid ua
 Fruit. Caaaad
     

734

210/422

The outlook for canned daciduouefrau

 Fruit. Dried

IK alao Raisins; Sultana

2203

210/440

Drying stone fruit

2251

214/53

Calendar of vineyard operations for dried

 vine fruit
 Diieeusaiut petit
     

20(3

243/11

the dried fruit beetle

72(

200/422

Controlling mould on drying grapa

Ml

241/35

damaged by rain

 Economic aspects
     

     

24I/41Q

Costs A returns of dned-vinc-fnut property

 inSunraysia
     

1993

The econooucs of buying a sultana block in

 Sunnysia
     

2010

241/112

The outlook for dried vine fnuu

 Equipment end supplies
     

2207

241/(40

Drying of vine fruits using the Fonaecal

 Rack Dehydrator
     

1314

241/55

Dehyd ion of grapa using the Hudson bus

 dryer
     

910

243/53

Drying racks for grapa

 FMCjTvM
 Societies
     

140

243/734

Viticuitural associations and vine

 nurserymen
 Facheia
     

2417

241/02

Fuchsia Fuel

401

213/12

Production and us* of fue! ethanol on farms

1172

740

Storage of foci on the farm

2330

743

Was in fuel PaoigetiM Me also Soils - Fumigation

2322

743

Why seal grain ulosT

2321

102/731

Fumigating grain storaga

 Fungicides
     

1747

110/411

Seed dressings for control of cereal smuts

2454

110/443

Tobacco « blue mould

2139

111/433

Tobacco* leaf spot diseasa

2154

1(1/433

Tobacco - wed bed diseasa

2154

II1/433

Preparing Bardesus mmure

2111

200/413

Some properties of fungictda

272

200/61)

Diseasa of fruit and fungicidaitgistcrad for

 control
     

739

203/400

Citrus A grapa - pests, diseasa A chemicals

 for control
     

2014

203/410

Fungicides for Vegeiabla

2234

207/6*3

Avoiding problems in poU-harvest dipping,

 appiaApean
     

1*11

211/36

Post-harvest dip* for appta and peats

2410

211/54

Form fruit • pats, diseasa A chemicals for

 theircontrol
     

2230

2|1/6*0

FoM-harveit fungicidal dips for stone fruit

(44

214/683

Tran sum for fresh market • control of

2041

261/433

Parasitic diseasa and disorders of turf

1123

296/630

Fungicidet for turf

1907

2*6/64)

Preparing Hordaui mature for home

 gardens
     

114

633

Rcainlance of phmt pathogenic fungi to

 Atagicida
     

1409

637

Trade name* of fungictda *nd plant

 regulators
     

17)4

610

(Mr Agdea ■umbernumber Fan«aa<liia« waf ylaaea saalso SpeoSc diseaae nunc or host plan* Rust, take-all and other fungiin cereal crops 5)1 i 10/637 Rooe rot diseases of ornamentalsaadfnut 759 200/4)3 Iraq Farrowirrigation Furrowirrigation of vina Furrow irrigation of vina (Turkish) Fnariaadiseasa Tobacco - seedbed diseasa Fussnum rol ofonions Fussnum wilt of pouioa FiieranfiH How to use Umb futura How lo use wool futura Futures markets Crtii advisory vervteo The Garden Advisory Seme* Gardenia Gardenia-indoor tad out Cartoning atalia Frail; Native plants; Ornamental plant*

Planning and planting a garden

1937

200/12

Crop rotation m the borne garden

972

207/24

Growing nut trees in the home garden

29

245/12

Herb*

124

273/12

Plants in tubs and bota

130

210/12

Seaside gardens

595

210/12

l andscaping for town gardens

596

210/13’

Garden mulching

599

240/24

Trea end shrubs for special purpoam

446

2(0/32

Budding plant displays (seeding)

763

241/21

A selection of native plants for the garden

749

300/20

Growing native plants

744

300/20

Improving garden sod

740

510

Compeer for home garden

752

544

Control of fliq in compost

993

546/614

Drainage of garden soil

 Diseases end pests a
     

594

554

Aphids

104

200/622

Oriental fruit moth

101

200/622

Scale insects and mealybugs

100

200/622

Control of pats and diseasa m home

 orchards
     

749

2)0/641

Control of pati/diseaaa in pome fruits t*

 home orchards
     

771

211/611

Control pats/disraaq a stone fraiu in

 home orchards
     

770

214/611

Control pcsts/dischsa in various fruits in

 home orchards
     

772

220/61)

Methods of pat control for the home

 gardener
 Wired control
     

14(0

600

Wad control tn home gardens

 CasUr
     

94

440

Garlic growing

 Goa
     

2339

256/11

Farm dairiq *; Herringbone entry and eait

 gala
     

2445

410/721

Farm dima 10: Cow yard backing fata

2447

410/722

A sliding gate for cattle racq

1400

420/*24

Slide-swing gata m shearing sheda and

 sheep yards
 Geatatiaa period*
     

1021

430/720

Gautipn periods of farm aaimaia

 ChKklM
 Sk Cucumbers
 GthherelHearld
     

372

400/13

Control f/drop/rind ageing-Navel

 oranges/g/fruil/mandanns
     

1415

221/13

Producing sultana for the table

 Gtppaiaad
     

611

243/25

Summer fodder crops for Central and Cast

 Gippsland
     

2)43

120/10

Fntilisers for pastura cm the coastal plain

 East Gipps.
     

2394

130/342

Fenilisets for patera on the mountain ml*

 Earn Gipps.
     

2397

130/542

Grow margins of graeing in south gtppalandt

 19*4
     

24*5

400/417

Ul241/344 1144 241/344 2154111/4)3 1193 255,633 141) 242/63) 23S4 431/440 1*44 437/444 1704 440 794200/950 125 217/12 15

ABAvMtcs

Grdsr

Agdea


a—ther

number

Agriculture in Eaet Gippsl—d

22*3

000

Fanmng in West Gippsland

1311

000

Introducing South Gippsland

1439

000

Farming in Central Gippsland

454

041

Clind— Some erotic disc— of hors—

♦37

440/433

t—Greenhorn— Gtennr—(stonAgricalnnlCeUete Agricultural education in theWuraaabool 699 954 diHrict Censs M*nlao Angora goats; Cashmere goeu

An introduction to goat raising

1403

410/00

Baric management if goats

ISM

470/10

The use of goats m waed control

1474

470/14

I—porting and caponing goats

1515

470/431

Artificial loseminanon



Artiicial insemination of goats

1394

470/47

Breeding



Reproduction in goats

1591

470/30

The use of feral goats for upgrading

1517

470/31

Kidding difficult!—

1599

470/40

Cryptorchidism in Angora goats

15M

470/43

Breeding for increased mohair product**

1459

473/31

Face cover in Angora goats

1597

473/33

Selection of Angora goats for conformation

(443

473/33

andSeen

Clottridul diseases of sheep, castle and goats

137

400/433

Recognising foot and mouth diuease

544

400/433

Ca—ofill-ihnft and poor condition in

1594

470/450

poets


Lameness and foot conditions us goats

1393

470/432

Trace element detaenaen of goeu

1591

470/452

Abscesses tn goals

1434

470/633

Clostridial diseases of goats

1401

470/633

Goat disrat— and public health

1405

470/633

R—piratory diseases of goats

1319

470/453

Souse eaotic diseases of goeu

1311

470/633

Sudden death in goats

1390

470/633

Goat diseases and the law

1947

470/659

Mastitis in goats

1404

471/433

Economic aspects

Produbility of Angora goat enterprises

1473

473/920

Feeding andfttd:

Basse goat nutrition

1434

470/50

Trace element deficiencies cf goats

1391

470/652

Am

Angora goats and mohair production

1393

473/00

Cashmere goeu

1434

473/10

Weighing fleeces of goeu

1437

473/32

Fibre types and branding codes for

1399

473/94

Australian mohair


Preparing mohair for market

ISM

473/84

Husbandry

Rearing orphaned kids

1393

470/23

Castration of goau

1453

470/16

First-aid for goats

1419

470/650

Fencing, yarding and handling goau

1444

470/723

Moat

The future for goat meat

1432

472/00

Milk

The goat milk industry

1412

471/90

The production and handling of good quality

1392

471/90

goat's milk

 Heasites
       

External pantit— of goats

1479

470/442

Wormsin goats

1949

470/443

Centaurs—


m

Soils for bowls and golf gr—

1929

294/504

Maintenance

Turf nutrition

1921

286/532

Fertilising greens and fairways

1904

294/542

Ceveri—M— tending

Government assistance (or primtry

2410

131

producers Grafting

Grafting of fruit trees

240

210/24

A vine grafting kit

1224

241/24

(6

Collectionand storage of inftin| wood (or grapevines Howto topWork grspevin— Vinegrafting in Held nursen— Propagation °fch—uiuu Gra- sse Cereals C min hi— see Granaries Crain h—dllng ■sthlaery Contry on ,'ot feed and grata Cltamnt Cleaningof harvesting machinery Grain unect control u» harvest— Grain stortje on the farm Treating sArages before tiling with grain Fumigating gram Storages Design of silos for control of grain uuecu Temporary grain storage in sheds Grapefruit Control f/drop/nnd agetng-Navcl oraages/g/fruit/mandariiu Varinia Lemon and grapefruit satietiesfoe the Mallet Cnp— Ofeof young since Decidingwhether to tdpworfc or replant grapevines Growinggrapes in the home garden Frepanng land and planting grapevines Selection of vineyard sites by companion of climate Zincsprays for fruit setting us turn Zinc sprays for fruit setting in via— (Turkish) Selectinga site for a vineyard * Calendarof vineyard operations for dried vine fruit Managementof Sultana grafted to RaaSey rootstock Diseases Controlpests/discaacs us varioui fruits in home orchards Supplyof virus-tesied grapevine cuttings Virus diseases of grapevuia Lime-induced iron chlorous us grapevtnea Black spot of grapevines Black spot of grapevines (Turkish) Downy mildew of grapevines Downy mildew of grapevines (Turkish) Powdery mildew (or (Udiiun) of grapevines Drymt Controllingmould on drying grapes damaged by run Dryingof vine fruits using the Ponaseal Rack Dehydrator Dehydrationofgrspes using the Hudson bin dryer Dipping,rack spraying and drying of sultanas (Turkish) Dipping,rack spraying and trellis drying of sultan— Rackspraying A dipping to produce drisd raisins (Turkish) Rackspraying tnd dipping to produce dried raiuiu Trellisdrying of sultanas Driedvide fruit; from picking to drying rack (Turkish) Driedvine fruit from picking to the drying rack Drying racks for grapes Eeenemie aspects CostsA returns of dned-vmefniit property in Suarayua Theeconomics of buying a sultana block in Sunrayua OrderAgdea ■amhrrnumber

937

241/24

1229

241/24

1230

241/24

1170

244/24


2119

724


1339

110/413


1341

110/415


1470

102/41


1340

110/613


1747

110/691


1329

732


2499

732


1413

221/13


977

220/33


121

241/20


1270

241/20


40

241/20


1479

541/20


1476

241/20


617

241/25


1944

241/23


1722

241/310


2043

243/tt


1749

243/20


772

220/411


1434

241/33


933

241/630


1490

241/432


1126

241/633


1947

241/633


94

241/633


1163

241/633


2009

241/633


949

241/33


1314

241/53


990

243/35


1942

243/33


11

243/33


1MI

243/33


17

243/33


13

243/35


I960

243/37


16

243/57


940

2*3/734


1993

241/910


2010

241/912



A—(tee


AUAjPMNM

Older

Agdea;


SMAtar

number

Prying tulranm nnmpnred with supplying

566

241/117

Produbility of mrelUamg suiunaat dried

 (ruit prodn
     

1114

241/(20

Economic! planting sultonna on own

 rooo/grafted rootstock
     

1424

241/121

Costing vine trellises

1122

241/121

The outlook for dried vine fnut!

2207

241/160

The outlook for wine grapes

2203

241/160

Economics of replanting vinca to rooutocka

 Eguifmml and sugfiita
     

1716

243/117

TreUia den gn for vines

1147

241/11

A water yet for planting vutea

1635

241/21

Drying racka for grapta

 Ftntlutn and manunt
     

140

241/714

Cover crops in vinti

 Grafting
     
  • 11

241/537

A vine grafting kit

1226

241/24

Collection and storage of grafting wood for

 grapevines
     

137

241/24

How to topwork grapevines

1221

241/24

Vine grafting in fcld nunerim

 Irrigation
     

1230

241/24

Trickle irrigation vineyards leave! teas salt

 near roots
     

1477

241/340

Furrow irrigation bf vines

Ml

241/564

Furrow irrigation of vines (Turkish)

1166

241/564

The economics of overhead imgstion in viam

1422

241/120





Wtadcontraf

Older number

Chemical control cfw tide in irrigated

 vineyards
     

1267

Weed control under drying racks

 Crammed
     

1129

Establishing a cert died seed crop

4*5

Seed mialurcs for paaturm in Ballarat

 district
     

461

Harvesting of gram seed crops

 Gram Many
     

412

Cram tetany in dairy cowl

 Gramm
 see Pastures
 Gnmheppen

me Locusts

 Curing

we also Fodder crops; Pastures

lit*

Grazing cereal! ut the North-West

147

Feed budgeting in the grazing industries

241

Dry sheep equivalents comparing different

 classes of nock
     

1330

Spring grazing management and silage

 nuking
     

17*1

Autumn-saved pasture for cattle in southern

 Victoru
     

1231

Fattening Heen on annual pasture

2403

The grazin g of hones

 Economic asptca
     

143

Hamilton district monitor farm project,

 1*12-13
     

2426

Maturity Testing table grapes formaturity Producing sultanas for the table Packaging Packing table grapes for capon ftm Howto collect samples: nematode analytic groves Avin<* Long-tailedmealybug on vines and citrua Citrus ft grapes * pestj, diseases ft chemicals for control Controllingsnails in citrus and vines Control pests/dtseases in various fruita in home orchard! hunch mite on grape vine! Controlof phylloien and fanUtaf nematode Crape phylloaera Lightbroira apple moth on grapevine! Nematode! in grapevine! The dagger nematode ongrapevine! Bird control ut vineyard! Aepegnrion Supply of vinw-tatad grapevinecutting! Pntning and (raining Principle! of pruning grapevine! Pruning grapevine! in the homegarden Training young vinca koMSioctl Characteriftic!of grapevine rootstocki Obtaining grapevine rootstock material within Victoria



Warmambool district monitor farm project.

2416


1114

243/11

1912-13



611

243/25

Grow margins of grazing intouth gippt lend-

 1914
     

2*43


uo

243/72

Green —Bering



Organic matter for row crop!

330


122V

203/622

, Green manure crops for vegetable

 production
     

1076


|4)|

203/622

Cover crape la vinca

 Gutnheeem •
     

Ml


20/4

203/610

Greenhouse design for the home garden

1291


',102 772

220/622 220/611

Greenhouse management u the home .

 garden

Management of pdyhouaca

12*2

  • 74


2273 617 139 1497 1227 2191 1627

241/422 241/622 241/622 241/622 241/622 241/622

Group farming we Cooperative firming

 Growth regular an
 sec Plant growth regulators
 Guinea fowl

Guinea fowl Gemmaaia

2366


241/673


Bacterial gummosia (bacterial canker, fruit

721


1634

241/35

blast) Gypnm



1171

241/23

Lime and gypsum for row crops

333


Gypsum and ripping improve subsoil

120


3*

241/23

permeability



1646

241/23

The quality of natural gypsum

 Hill damage
     

20*2


977

241/33

Tobacco - managing bad-damaged crops

2160


1920

241/33

Hate bU«bt





Beam• bacterial blights

1940


Sacittia

Viticulture! associations and vine

2417

241/02

nurserymen



Stamgt



Cool storage of table grapes

717

243/63

Sulphur dioaide fumigation of grapes in

1100

243/63

plastic tests



Varinta


Varieties of fruit trees, vines and berries

  • 06

202/30

Sources of propagating material for citrus

2214

220/24

Obtaining grapevine rootstock material

1920

241/35

within Victoria



Supply of virus-tested grapevine cuttings

1634

241/35

Varieties of wine grapes in use in Australis

731

242/30

Table grape varieties in Victoria

1116

243/30

WaMrrtgairtmtnn



How moisture ureas affects grapevines

1262

241/561

HamiltondiMrict Hamilton district monitor farmproject, 2426 1912-13 The Hamilton diatrset 2211 Harvawiag Harvesting ofgrasa seed crop! 412 Harvesting ofperennial and Tamaryegnaa 614 icedcrops Hwveiuni of tall fescue seedcrop* 411 Contract rate!-grain harvestingand 2404 transport. 1913 HnrveeUng machinery Cleaning of harvesting machinery 135* Grain insect control mharvesters 1361 Hay Irrigation of lucerne for hay 251* Pro4tabilify of irrigated lucerne for hay - 2243 Ballaratdial Agdea number 241/6*2 243/612 130/22 130/32 130/50 415/652 127/10 400/51 400/53 410/51 420/16 425/10 460/16 400/110 400/410 400/117 207/536 207/537 241/537 731 731 731 451/10 214/635 207/530 510 514 1*1/10 231/611 400/110 041 130/30 130/50 110/30 114 110/615 110/613 121/360 121/120 losisu 17

AUApotc*

Order

Agdex


aumber

number

What happens when hay heats

2333

130/31

Handling

Storing silage in toils

2I7J

(00/32

Choosing handling equipment for relied hay

2177

743

Hnnesting

When to cut crops and pastures for

2344

103/3*

haymaking

Choosing a haymaking system

1502

130/(23

Contract rates 1913-14- fodder conservation

2334

114

Haaetout

Suppiien of plant material for nut growers

2219

243/43

Grossing haielnuta

1914

244/20

Hearing yretucdaa

Noise sod hearing loss

239*

034

Haathtaaiauk

 sac Oast rue

Heifers

Growing dairy heifers

(4*2

413/23

How to rear dairy heifen from weaning to ,

239

413/23

calving

Comparing growth and carcases of heifers

1420

420/12

slid sleets

Spayed heifen do not grow more quickly

1422

422/24

Setarikm of replacement beef heifen

2294

422/33

Bending

Age of beef heifen at first mating

912

422/13

Control of calving difficulties in beef heifen

916

422/13

Livcwcight of beef heifen at tint mating

913

422/13

Management of beef heifen during and after

917

422/13

calving

Mating management of bacf heifen

•13

422/13

HaUatMa

Insect control in tobacco

234*

111/422

Hopa • control of mites and insect peats

2142

112/422

HeUatnpa (plant)

Heliotrope toxicity in sbsxp and cattle

1101

400/432

H--1I.I J— rfVTMCMHW sat also Weed control

Sweet corn • weed control

1444

111/440

Early spraying boosts Wimmcra wheat

139

112/412

yields

Controlling weeds us field peas

2143

144/440

Herbicides for pome and stone frail orchards

117

210/612

Chemical control of weeds in citrus

1121

220/6*2

Chemical control of weeds in irrigated

1267

241/4*2

vineyards

Rad beet end silver beet • weed control

2444

230/640

Broccoli-weed control

2441

254/640

Brussels sprouts* weed control

2443

254/640

Cabbage * weed control

2443

234/640

Cauliflower - weed control

2434

254/640

Onions-weed control

2447

236/640

Beans (Fhascolus vulgaris) • weed control

2440

231/6*0

Peas-weed control

2431

231/640

Tomatoes -weed control

2437

261/640

Potatoes»weed control

2439

262/640

Carrots - weed control

2444

267/640

Application.

Ropewick applicators for selective control of

2276

100/640

wtads

Herbicide spraying: calibration of equipment

377

612/744

Preparation and operation of a boom sprayer

1139

744

Controlled droplet applicatofi for weed

443

744/6*2

control Herke

Herbe

124

273/12

Herbs and their uses

79*

273/11

Hui ficwdiii

The benefits of herd recording

373

410/32

Tlsa Australian Dairy Herd Improvement

2017

410/33

Scheme (ADH1S)

Compering herd recording and dairy factory

1723

410/116

butuifal test*

Progeny testing of dairy bulls

2094

414/32

Selecting dairy sires using Aust Breeding

2271

4(4/32

Values (AB Vi)

Top AB sires for use in 1912

1912

414/32

Cow production index: a new aid to

213

413/32

management

Dairy herd recording services in Victoria

204

413/32

IS Milkmctcn in cow production rccordm* Presenting beef cailic performance inforauuon Understandingbeef cattle performance information Hiirinttm deifies Farmdairies 10: Grating for pUtforou of h/bone dairies Farmdainca 3: Guide lines • design of a herring boo* dairy Farm dairies 5; Herringbone pits Farm dairies 6: Herringbone platforms Farm dairies 7; Design of herringbone belli Farm dairies I: Herringbone entry and cut gates Farmdairies: 4 Converting from walkthrough to herringbone Hides and skins Howto tan skins end hides st home Getting higher returns from sheepskins Values of sheep and lamb skins Haary crass Control of hoary cress Hubby fanning Methodsof pest control for the hobby fanner Farming/country living’ A guide to prospective landowners Country code for bobby farmers Haney Marketingof apiary products Coals and returns of hooey production in Victoria Hssfl Thehoof - its structure and function Hone hoof maintenance • dressing Hone hoof maintenance * nailing-on and removing shoes Hapa Diseases and pern * Hope■ control of mites and insect pests Hentflaais Choosing a horse float Maintenance and safety of bone floats Hone yards Design of bone yards Tha design and layout of crushes Hants Hone jargon Thehoof • its structure end function How to plan s layout of s horse farm What it costs to own a hone Oral administration of medicines to bones Behavior of hones Hone health.' seasonal reminders Injections for hones - sites and techniques Courses in horse management Ag* determination Telling a hone's age by its teeth Artificial insemination Artificial Insemination of hones Breeding Firststeps in bone breeding Management of breeding meres Serving mares Teasing meres Foalingdifficulties • when to call a vet Inbreeding or line breeding? Thevalue of pedigrees Aids to the selection of hones Pregnancy diagnosis in mares Reproduction of hones < the mare Reproduction of horses • the stallion Abortion ip mares Breeds Breedsof hone in Victoria Color breeds of bone in Victoria Breeds of pony in Victoria Disease] Lumpsand swellings Scouring in hones

(Mar

Agdex

wnlKf

aumber

1726

413/721

2219

420/32

2290

420/32

1330

410/721

2461

410/721

2462

410/721

2443

410/721

2444

410/721

2443

410/721

2429

410/721

623

404/10

1241

430/15

1433

430/135

2111

642

1434

400

2400

930

2413

ooo

1140

447/140

1740

411/120

119

440/07

933

440/26

934

460/26


2142

112/422

791

440/727

tot

440/727

794

440/722

  • 32

460/724

32

440/01

119

440/07

111

4(0/|0

341

440/10

993

440/20

110

440/41

141

440/650

932

440/630

113

440/903

933

440/07

943

440/47

339

4(0/13

392

4(0/13

790

4(0/13

793

440/13

941

4(0/22

113

4(0/30

121

4(0/30

123

(40/33

933

4(0/44

III

440/44

949

440/43

944

440/(30

904

440/37

199

440/37

904

442/37

Ml

440/630

944

440/430

Janism \\ AllAgaotca SUaconditions of bone* Dentalproblems which effect bonsa Equinecctic Equineinfect.ous anaemia Immunisation of bona against tetanus and strangles Some eiotic diseases of horses Plants poisonous to hona Examination of faecei for parasites External parasites of horses Worms and boss in hones Feeding and feeds The irxxing of hona Fading and conditioning brood mares Caring for orphan foals Weaning foals Nutrient requirements of hona The nutritional value of hone (reds Hints on feeding borsaa Feeding young hona A design of a bin for storing hone feeds Feeding pontes and hacks Handling Handlingyoung hona - an overview Handling a weanling Rejunevationof hone fenca with electrified wires The design and layout of crushes Husbandry Management of stallions Guidelines for the welfare of hona Idem.fication How to freeze-brand S boric Identification of hona How to fitc-bnuid a bone Injuria Fint-aidfor hona Lameness Lumps and swellings Stables Adesign for a stable for two hona Transportation Transporting hona Interstatemovement of horses, import and uport Choosing a hone Host Maintenance and safety of hone floats Guidelines for the Welfare of hona Hsesaaheeiaa Hone hoof maintenance - dressing Hone hoof maintenance • nailing-on and removing short Hewaa plants tee Indoor plants Housefly Hootcilia The control of flies Humidity Controlling mould on dryinggrapes damaged by rain Hydatid Haase How to control hydatid disease Goat diseases and public health Hydraulic rams Use of pomps, miscellaneouspump* Hydroponics Books about hydroponics Hydroponics 1 sen as eeoallsatloadeposits Income equalisation deposits lareaes tax see Taxation Iadeor plants Cyclamens for the home garden Raising cyclamens from seed House plants African Violets lajeetieas Injectingsheep, cattle and pigs Injections for hona -sites and techniques tw.|Hi

Order

Agdex


Order

Agdex

member

number


Busbar

number

931

460/650

Ineectceatrol



994

460/652

see also Specific iaaact names or hosts



951

460/652

Grain insect control in harvesters

1361

110/615

943

460/653

Insect pests of wheat, oats and barley

990

110/622

931

460/653

Fumigating grain storages

1747

110/631



Treatment of cereal gram for storage

1710

110/611

937

460/653

Currant borer moth

1900

202/622

(12

460/657

Design of silos for control of grain insects

1329

732

939

460/66J

Insecticides



930

460/662

Reg chon for control of caterpillar peats •

2294

100/691

190

460/663

crops, pasture Grain insect control in harvesters

1361

110/6(5

143

460/16

Sweet corn - pest and disease control

1952

111/600

130

460/22

Registered chemicals for control of pasture

1079

130/691

952

460/23

pests: 1930



114

460/23

Insecticides, molluscicideaand netneocides

2255

207/690

107

460/50

for vegetables



120

460/52

Pome fruit - pests, diseases ifc chemicals for

2230

211/610

337

460/56

their control



942

460/57

Tomatoes for fresh market • control of pasta

2012

261/622

792

460/723

Insecticides for field and fruit crops and

1707

691

540

462/53

pastures Registratioti agricultural

1434

699

193

460/29

chemicals/household insecticides



795

460/75

Toxicology



122

460/723

Occupational poisoning with pesticides. info

 formedicoa
     

996

690

932

460/724

laauiatioa (hast)



799

460/13

Insulation of piggeries

2423

440/721

Thermal insulation of farm buildings

1204

710

2169

461/20

lasnraace



916

460/29

Farm and personal insurance

 lataadsal warms
     

2479

933

799 909

460/29 460/79

see Worms, Intestinal and parasitic

 IrwcMarnala
     

     

  

936400/650 947 460/650 941 460/650 (17460/721 940 460/72 950460/651 791 460/727 101 460/727 2169 461/20 933 460/26 934 460/26 1119 612 1350 612 161 241/55

553

400/663

1605

470/653

2194

756

970

200/01

971

200/29

2351

975


597

210/12

602

265/12

593

297/12

1206

237/20

347

400/14

932

460/650

Lime-induced iron chlorosis ingrapeviaa Irrigatfoa tee also Flood irrigation; Micro-irrigation; Sprinkler irrigation; Trickleimgation Installation of m aucrojct/mini-sprinkler/tricktesystems Guides to efficient irrigation Introduction to irrigation farming Economic aspects Profitabilityof irrigated lucerne for hay - Ballarat dial Costsof irickle/micro/sprinklcr irrigauoa in orchards Theeconomics of overhead irrigation in vines Contractrata 1913 • earthmoving, clearing, dams Equipment andsupplies Filtration for ukrojct/mini-sprmkier/trickksystems How to use tensiometers In-line filter for trickle irrigation Ring tanks in irrigation area Field crops Irrigated maize in northernVictoria Orowing irrigated wheat Mung beans, a crop for irrigation Growing irrigated sunflowen Irrigation of tobacco Fruit Management of soil structure inorchards Soil management for intensive fruit production systems Choosing an orchard irrigation system Flood irrigation of fruit trees in the Goulbum Valley Irrigating Tatura trellis orchards Trickle irrigation vineyards leaves tea salt near roots Methods Landforming for flood irrigation Design of low-flow irrigation systems Installation of mierojet/mini-sprinkler/tricklesystems Effective sprinkler precipitation 1490241/632 1949200/560 921 560 1417 560 2243121/120 1(57210/124 (422241/120 2151 114 1952200/560 2260 560 214 566/753 1657 513 1943 111/20 1314 112/564 250 143/10 161 145/21 IIM111/560 1099210/510 131 210/510 2226210/560 161 210/564 264210/566 1477 241/560 351100/515 1534 200/560 1949 200/560 1711200/565 19 0" AlAptttt

Timingof trick)* irrigation Flood irrigation of fnul trees in tha Goulbura Valley Minitpnnkkfand micrwprty irrigation lor orchards Futrowirrigation of vine* Furrowirrigation of vines (Turkish) Designcritctu for flood irrigation land layout Wholefarm planning for flood irrigation land layout Maintenance of trickle irrigationsysuma fastyres Irrigationof lucerne foe hay Management of irrigated annual (naturae Irrigated pauute species for Central Oippaland Fertilisersfor irrigated pasturae in Central Oippaland Fertiliserfor irrigated dairy farms Pasture species for irrigated areas in a/w Victoria Buying an irrigated dairy farmin northern Victoria KgruUa Use of low quality water forvegetables Potatoes- irrigation Weed control Weedcontrol in irrigation channels and draiaa Italianlaagaaga e»itn Metodo di crascere germogli ditabacoo tlattaa rye wage The ryegrasses Itch elite Keds and itc haute Sheep lice The control of sheep lice, kedsand ttchmile Mange and lice control in pip Jehee's disease Johne's disease in cattle Jojoba Kale Summer fodder crops for Centraland East Gippeiand Diseases and pests Crucifers • pest and disease control Keraag district The Kering area Insah Acetonaemta (ketosis) of dairycoses Kidefgoau) Rearing orphaned kids Kidding difficulties Kihaynpaas Kikuyu gram Uss Tobacco bulk curing units KM bruit Kiwifruit(Chinese gooseberries) TheChinese gooseberry; planting and production TheChinese gooseberry - TrtUisutg and training TheChinese gooseberry; varieties aad propagation Cool storage of Chinesegooseberries Kebl-rmbl Kohl rsbi in tbe borne garden Diseases and pests Crucifers- pest and disease control taasb (swat) Breeding for production of Sheepmeal The outlook for theepmesti Imbbg Chooaiaga time for lambing in the Ballarat district Decidinglime of lambing 20

Order

Agdea


Older


aiisn bet

number


■amber


1234

200/344

Spring versus autumn lambing in the Antal

1442


Ml

210/344

district Time of lambing

442


1097

210/733

Deciding time of lambing

2*9




Management of lambing ewes

232


Ml

241/364

f amba



1144

241/344

Managing a prime lamb breeding lock in

1347


1437

344

southern Victoria Intensive lambing can be profitable

1499


1931

564

Rearing orphaned lambs

1022



344

Shepherding Iambi

411


302

Lamb marking

1716




Plans of a lamb marking and mulestng cruile

1222


2319

121/340

Advanuget/ditadvintiges irrigation fat

1233


2432

134/10

lamb prodn nth Vic



234

134/32

Selecting prime lambs foe sale

 Carouses
     

672


191

134/541

Assessing tbe carcases of live sheep and

 lambs
     

1032


224

134/542

Organising lamb carcaae competitions

1233


1439

133/32

Economic aspects



2241

410/112

Crists A returns cereal cropping/pnmc lamb

 prodn N/E Vic
     

24*3


-


Costa A returns of prime Umb/vtnlcr prodn in N/E Victoria

24*6


2023

230/563

Feeding and feeds



2M9

262/361

Carrying spring-drop lambs in the Aram

1441




district



207

540/440

Lor feeding of lambs

1425




Fattening lamb on summer fodder crops in

 Ballarsi district
     

1231


1195

111/22

Marketing





How to keep sheep clean for slaughter

332


274

134/32

Methods of wiling sheep and lamb*

1033




How to use lamb futures

23*4


30

430/442

Marketing of pnme lambs

1031


31

430/642

1 amruaw



1447

430/462

Foot lameness in dairy cattle

1232


2147

440/442

Foot abscess in sheep

2*


What footrot is and how to handle it

343


m

401/633

Lameness in pigs

1727


LaracticM

947


2303

144/10

Lameness and foot conditions in goats

 Land tenure
     

1393


2343

120/10

Leasing land Laadforadag

490




Land forming for flood irrigation

331


2109

233/400

Treatment of cut areas after landforming

2004


Design criteria for flood irrigation land

1437


474

041

layout Whole farm planning for flood Irrigation

193*


1723

415/632

land layout Laser-controlled levelling and land-forming

1332


1393

470/23

1 mdirngi gnrilrning



Landscaping for town gardens

596


1399

470/40

1 seen la serveyiag



1339


Laaer-comrolled levelling and land-forming

1332


131/10

Lawns





Maintenance of lawna

4(3


1742

111/734

Sowing a lawn

 Diseases of lawtn
     

170




304


I2S4

244/12

Diseases and pern



1412

244/20

Pear and weed control in lawna

303




Diseases of lawns

304


1494

244/23

Leaf analysis ase Foliar diagnosis



1413

244/30

Lanfacarch



M9

244/63

Leaf scotch of plane trtes

 Leaf apet
     

IIS


47

254/ft

Brawn leafspot of lupins

1939


Alternant leaf spot of apples

 LegwaM leoculetioa
     

714


2109

233/600


Inoculation and lime-coating of legume seed

 Legatees
     

1449


490



430/30

Recommended pasture grasses and legumes

2339


2377 70S

434/140

for (9(4 (Pan 2)

 Growing soybean
     

133*


430/33

Growing lupins

1134




Mung beans, a crop for irrigation

230


301

431/13

Chickpeas and fababcans

322


Agdeg ■umber 4)1/13 431/13 433/13 433/13 430/10 430/22 431/23 431/23 431/24 431/724 434/10 434/10 430/10 434/12 110/120 400/420 431/10 431/JJ 434/40 430/70 430/144 431/140 431/140 411/430 430/433 430/433 440/432 440/430 470/432 112 100/313 330 344 344 753 210/13 733 214/10 214/21 214/433 214/430 214/433 214/433 141/433 212/433 137/23 130/32 141/10 142/20 143/10 143/20 IvanISM

All Agaotaa

Order

Agdei


Order


number

number


lumber

Legume as feed



Transporting bona

940

Orowing field peas in the Mallea

2171

166/20

Contract rates 1963-64 - livestock cartage

2371

Grain legumes for pig rations

1773

440/63

livestock brands


Leman



sac Brands


Varieties Lemon and grapefruit varieties for the

 ae.n—
     

177

220/33

livestock market reporting aervfca

 Livestock Market Reporting Service for beet
     

1241

Leptospirosisin cattle, pip, sheep, horses and humans Leptospirosis in dairy formers Lattnca Lettuce growing in NorthernVictoria Lettuce grownf in Southern Victona Winter lettuce in the home garden Diseases and pe,a Lettuce - pot and disease control Wad Control Lettuce >waad control LerelllH Land forming for flood irriptiod Laser-controlled levelling and land-forming Lice Cattle lice Parasite control incattle-Northern Irrigation District Sheeplice The control of sheep Uce, kedsand itchmit* Manp and lice control in pip Light krnwa apple moth Hope • control of mites and insect pests Pome fruit • pests, diseases A chemicals for their coatrol Light brown sppie moth Light brown apple moth on grapevines Natural lighting of farmhuildinp Urns coating (seeds) Inoculation and lime-coaling oflegume scad Lierieg of soils Limefor lucerne end pastures Lime and gypsum for row crops Using lime in the Orchard Liming for turf growth Drawing linaead Croalon • a new wilt resistantlinseed variety Economic aspects Grose margins of crop* insouthern Victoria Liver flakes Control of liver fluke Parasite control in cattle • Northern Irrigation Distnct Liver fluke in dairy cattle Lbartaek Injuria Saving burnt livestock -asaeument and Ftnt-eid for bones First-aid for goats MaMeting Livestock market outlets <79400/633 1391410/633 1069 232/11 1072 232/11 73 232/12 1141232/600 2441232/640 331 100/313 1332 733 1207401/662 2093 411/660 31 430/662 1667 430/662 2147 440/662 2162112/622 2230 211/610 113212/622 1497 241/622 1331 713 1469 137/23 1511130/334 333 207/330 <06 210/334 1713 216/534 2437 143/10 2417 143/30 2061100/117 333400/663 2093 411/660 1193411/663 1363400/630 936460/630 1619 470/630 1079400/140 producers LivestockMarket Reporting Service - for sheep producers Borrowingmoney - preparing your case Govcmmtat assistance for primary producers Sources of form flnance in 1914 Lacvets Howto tell plague locusts from two other major pests Biologyand habiu of the Australian plague locust Control of the Australian plaguelocust tepnharrina The loganberry - propagation andplanting Trellism); of loganberries Loti am seeRyegraia Lsqaat The loqiiat Loquats for the home garden Lubricating aile Tractor oils Lactnw Lucerne in the Ballarat district Managing established lucerne inthe Reliant district Growinitlucerne on sand ridges in East Gippsland Lucerorestablishment Sowing snd growing luceftte in Gippsland Sowing lucerne in the Ballarat distnct Irrigation of lucerne for hay Profitability of imgated lucerne forhay - Ballarat dot Establishing lucerne in theHorsham district Certification standards for lucerne cultivate Diseases andpests The red-legged earth mite Silona weevil in lucerne and medica Manganese toxicity in lucerne Disease* of lucerne 1; bacteria sad rini* diseaaei Diseasesof lucerne 2i fiingui disease* of laves tind stems Diseasesof lucerne 3; fungus diseases of roots and crown The lucerne Da Lucerneand medic aphids • idenriiatioa and control The white-fnnged weevil f ertilisers and manures Lime for lucerne and pastures Sted 72* 2017 2410 2471 M2 M3 1621 1730 2292 1219 1201 1190 1192 1243 319 1120 1191 2319 2243 323 309 1695 1301 1466 1531 1332 1333 1027 1611 1604 1311

Methods of marketing pip

2247

440/140

Growing lucerne for seed

361

Dsisoning Poisonous plants of the Baltarat district

1232

100/630

Harvesting lucerne seed

 Solving
     

369

Annual ryegrass tonicity

1967

400/632

Practical guidelines to sowing lucent*

263

Cyanide poisoning of livestock by forage

I960

4O0/6J2

Varieties


sorghums HcUotropt toxicity in sheep and attic

IWI

400/632

Lucerne varieties

 H'eeii control
     

2407

Perennial ryegrass staggers

im

600/632

Wind control in lucerne

371

Lupinotis Bracken poisoning of cattle

1669 1320

400/634 401/632

Lacwaea*hl4

Plants poisonous to hones

612

460/657

tee Aphids


Records A livestock raconciltatioo table

1466

616

Laeerae flea

 The lucerne fla
     

1027

Transportation Code for the welfare of form aitimal* during

2026

400/20

(meet pests of pastures in the Hamilton

 district
     

2295

transportation

 Cattle loading ramps
     

1440

401/722

Lampyjiw Lump/jaw

26

itssa Agdca number 460/72 114 426/141 430/141 113 mi Ml 611 622 622 244/20 244/23 211/11 273/12 763 121/00 121/10 121/20 121/20 121/20 121/22 121/360 121/120 137/21 137/41 100/612 121/622 121/632 121/633 121/633 121/633 130/612 130/622 130/622 130/334 121/13 121/50 121/22 121732 121/640 130/612 130/622 401/633 21

All Aparins

Orta

Agdei

Upirn

mmImt

number

Growing lupins

1134

142/20

Glowing lupins ou add adds in ths

 Wimmcra
     

1329

142/20

Grata lupins! their uic and marketing

 Distases and pests
     

1934

161/140

Feats and disease* of lupirn

321

142/600

llroam leaf spot of lupins

 Eonomie aspects
     

1939

161/633

Grow margins of crop* ia southern Victoria

2061

100/117

Profitability of luptna

 Honesting
     

2030

142/120

Harvesting lupins

 Marketing
     

3*0

142/50

Grain lupin* their use and marketing

 Varieties
     

321

142/(0

Sources of registered seed of Seld crops, 1914

2344

100/45

Grain lupin and geld pea vsiieties

 Weed control
     

2307

160/32

Controlling weeds in lupins

 Lnpinasfaad
     

11*4

142/640

Lupin grain as s feed for sheep

1040

430/63

Lupinoais

 Marsilamls nut
     

11*9

400/634

Suppliers of plant material for nut groerers

2219

245/43

Macadamianuts

 Machinery
 see Farm machinery
 Magsssiam
     

12(1

246/li

Msgnssiiim deficiency in citrus

1731

220/531

Grass tetany in dairy cows

13(9

415/652

Soil magnesium deficiency on the Bellarins

 Peninsula
 Maine
     

233

331

Irrigated maixe in northern Victoria

1943

111/20

Maize silage

 Mailee
     

2420

127/32

Costs sad returns of w heatgroenng farms in

 the Malles
     

2399

110/(20

Agriculture in the Mildura and Mailss

 districts
 Mandarin
     

310

000

Control f/drop/rind ageing-Navd

 otangss/g/fnut/mandanns
     

1413

221/13

Sizing of Early Imperial mandarins

720

224/23

Mandarin varieties

174

224/33

Manganese tonicity in lucerne

1466

121/632

Mannosidosis in beef cattle

 Manure dlapoenl
     

1376

420/634

see Effluent

 Maaeree

tee Fertiliaenand manures

 March’s dlssaaa
     

     

       

Martk'a disease of poultry

 Mane
     

333

430/633

Management of breeding maree

392

460/13

Serving mares

790

460/13

Teasing marts

793

460/13

Feeding and conditioning brood mares

130

460/22

Reproduction of hones - the mate

 Marketing
     

III

460/44

Marketing protection for growers

 Marking

tee also Castration

1074

207/141

Methods of marketing pip

 Mastitis
     

2247

440/140

Control of mastitis

210*

413/633

Effects of milking machine components on

 milking, mastitis
     

2431

413/653

Mastitis and milk cell counting

21

413/633

Somatic cell counting and dry cow therapy

2093

413/633

Mastitis in sheep

1023

433/633

MMA complex in pip

136

440/633

Mastitis in goals

 McMillan Rural Studies Centre
     

1606

471/633

McMillan Rural Studies Centre

 22
     

1102

904

OrtaAgdci number a umber Mealybvp Scale insects and mealybup 100 200/622 Loag-Uiled mealybug oavuicaaadcitna 149* 203/622 Maasureaest

Measurement on farms

 Medic
     

1303

010

Ascot barrel medic

2112

137/33

Diseases and pests

 Stiona weevil in lucerne and medics
 Seed
     

1301

121/622

Certification standards for non-padigrasd

 medics
     

302

137/4*

Certification standards for pedigreed medics

301

137/4*

Growing certified rro-iic and clover seed

 Medicated fcede
     

497

137/44

Use of antibiotics in animal feeds

1(61

400/(30

Medications see Veterinary medicines Medlar tree Median for the home garden Melbourne district

1277

211/12

Gross margins for sheep A cattle in the

1(30

400/(17

Melbourne district For the new farmer; soils and topography of

2406

300

the Melb disc Climate of tbs Melbourne district

2403

030

Merino sheep



Use of outside bloodlines in Merinos

511

430/33

Producing Sharlea premium wool

 Metritis
     

2163

437/18

MMA complex ia pip

 Mice
 Control
     

136

440/(53

How to keep mice away

(TO

672

How to trap or poison mica

(71

672

Mouseproofing of buildinp

 Mlcro-irriptiaa *
     

13(6

672/710

Filtration for aucrojet/mini'Sprinkkr/tricklesysuma

1932

200/360

Installation of

1949

200/360

microjct/muii-iprinkicr/trickle systems

 Choosing an orchard irrigation system
     

2226

210/360

Micro-irrigation emitters

 Mleraeampaiars
     

2179

360

Microcomputen: selecting a system

 Mildura District
     

1792

110

Agriculture in the Mildura and Mailer

 districts
     

310

ora

Milk Analysis and examination



How to meet the Total Count standard for

 Cum milk
     

1(70

410/12

The freezing point test for farm milk

2003

410/12

Mmtilis and milk cell counting

21

413/653

Somatic cell counting and dry cow therapy

2093

413/633

Finding the cause ofa high ihennoduric

2(1

416/(3

count



Contamination



Care with chemicals that may contaminate

 Built
     

2099

410/12

Milk withholding periods for treatments

14*3

413/630

used on dairy cows

 Antibiotics m milk
     

(96

416/(3

Filters for removing sediment from milk

1001

416/15

Finding the cause of e high tbennoduric

2(1

4I6/*S

count How to avoid sediment in milk

(33

416/(3

Prevention of contamination of milk by

 iodophors
     

1064

416/vb

The Total Count for griding milk

 Cooling
     

1273

416/(5

Equipment and supplies

 Farm dairies ll; Milk rooms and
     

2461

410/721

refrigerated bulk milk


Preceding of milk 1; Advantages of

 precooling
     

21(2

410/72*

Precooling of milk 2: Types of cooler

21(3

410/72*

Precooling of milk 3; Piste coolers

21(4

110/721

'F-


fee* 1*4

AMApetae Order Agdea numbernumber Precooiing of aulk 5: Installing A maintain 21(6 410/721

ptntecooten Pracooiing of milk it Water supply for

 cookn
     

21*7

410/721

Questions about milk precoolen

2111

410/721

Maintenance of refrigeration equipment

2191

410/7*7

Pracooiing of milk 4: Ecooonues of plate

 coolen
 Ftt content
 ■ecButterfat
 Hftkn*
     

1107

736/125

Hoar to meet the Total Count standard for

 farm milk
     

1170

410/12

Udder wishing systems

1410

410/721

Teat disinfection 2: Emollient!

1506

415/6*0

Tent disinfection Jt Correct uac and storage

 of chemical!
     

1507

415/6(0

Teat diautfection 1: Diiinfecunu

1505

415/6(3

Teal disinfection 4; Application systems

2192

415/616

Cleaning the bulk milk vat

 Fofmint
     

1115

416/12

The baeie of payment for milk

 QutUtf
     

1116

410/116

Cauma of variation in milk compoeition

1795

410/12

Comparing herd recording and dairy factory

 buttetfat teiu
     

1725

410/116

Calculating butterfat production

204

416/10

Avoiding low SNF in milk

1311

416/12

producing quality milk in winter

1404

416/12

How to avoid sediment in milk

 Standards
     

135

416/15

The (reeling point test for farm milk

2003

410/12

The Total Count for grading milk

 Slant*
     

1275

416/15

How to increase milk Stonge on dairy farm!

2190

410/72*

Cleaning the bulk milk vat

 MUk fever
     

1315

416/12

Milk fever in come

 Milk taaka
 see Vats

Milking amchiaea

467

401/652

Maintenance of milking machine!

271

410/725

Eiffels of milking machine component! on

 milking, maititit
     

2451

415/653

Milk meters in cow production recording

1726

415/72*

Filter! for removing sediment from milk

 Choninf
     

1001

416/15

Methods of cleaning and sanitising milking

 machines
     

1421

410/12

Principle! of milking machine hygiene

1607

410/610

Products used for milking machine hygiene

1700

410/6*5

Removing milkstone from milking machines

276

410/725

Cleaning system! for milking machines

 Milking l beds
 sac Dairy sheds
 Millet
     

1336

416/12

Millet for grain

2257

llt/10

Summer fodder crops for Central and East

 Oippsland
     

2345

120/10

Shirohic millet: a summer fodder crop for

 Coulbum Valley
 Mlllewa wheat
 tee Wheat -Varieties
 MUUagauchiaee
     

1575

127/20

Selecting milling equipment for pig feedt

 Mllllpedea
     

1141

440/726

MtUipedea

 Minimum Ullage
     
  • 102

612

Successful cropping with minimum

 cultivation
     

1315

110/21

Direct drilling of pastures

1473

f130/22

Establishing a pasture • cultivate or

 oversow?

Mitts ef pleats

 tee Plant mites
 Mitaa, Predatory
 tee Preoatory mites
     

1696

130/22

Mise4 sleeking Complementary management ofsheep end 2100 400/51 cattle


Order

Agdca

Mohair

number

number

Angara goats and mohair production

15*3

473/00

Breeding for increased mohair production

1651

473/31

Selection of Angora goats for conformation

 and fleece
     

1663

473/33

Fibre types end branding codes for

 Australian mohair
     

159*

473/14

Preparing mohair for market

 Meledraiaage
 set Drainage
 Molybdeaam
     

15*4

473/14

Molybdenum for psetures

 Moeqaitoea
     

1533

130/541

Mosquitoes MeaMcaatrnl

103

612

, Post-harvest mould control in citrus fruit

1719

220/633

Controlling mould on drying grapes

 damaged by rata
 MoaMycan
     

161

241/55

Mouldy core of Red Delicious appfa

 Mulching
     

2007

212/653

Garden mulching

 Maiming
     

599

2*0/21

Plans of t lamb marking end mulcting cradle

 M nag Sanaa
     

1222

431/724

Mung beans, a crop for irrigation

 Mathraama
     

250

143/10

Growing mushrooms at home

 Diietuti and pttts
     

121

271/20

Mushroom virus disrates

 Mustard
     

1*03

271/631

Growing mustard

 Economic aspects
     

2302

146/20

Grose margins of crops ia southern Victoria

 Mutton
     

2061

100/(17

The outlook for ahaepmeala

 Narciaaa*
     

2377

436/160

Stem nematode on narcfgsua

 Native pleats
     

103

215/622

A selection of native plants for the girtlea

749

300/20

Growing native plants

746

300/20

Growing native plants from cuttings

750

300/20

Raising native plants from seed

751

300/20

Phosphorus toxicity in native plants

 Nectarine
 Diseases and pests
     

973

301/632

Peach and nectarine spray schedule Mining and mining

2293

215/600

Training peach and nectarine trees on

 Tatura Trellis
 Vanities
     

23*6

215/23

Nectarine varieties

2279

215/32

Nectarine varieties for the Mallet

 Nematfcidse
     

121*

215/12

Cereal cyst nematode - chemical control

1941

110/6(3

Cereal cyst nematode - registered

 nematicidea
     

1963

I10/6S3

Safe use of EDB against cereal cyst

 nematode
     

1614

110/6(6

Tobacco • root knot nematodes

2155

1*1/633

Citrus A grapes - pests, diseases A chemicals

 for control
     

2014

203/6*0

Insecticides, molluScicides and nematicidea

 for vegetables
     

2255

207/6*0

Potatoes. root-knot nematodes

 Nematodes
     

24*2

262/617

Cereal cyst nematode • chemical contsoi

1941

110/611

Tobacco * root knot nematodes

2155

111/633

Nematodes in horticultural crops in tile

 northern Mallet
     

1496

200/622

The root-lesion nematode

1021

200/622

flow to collect samples: nematode analysis

 groves A vines
     

1229

203/622

The citrus nematode on citrus

152

220/62^

Control of phyllosera and fanleaf nelittnde

6*7

241/622

Nematodes in grapevines

1227

241/622

The dagger nematode on grapevines:

2191

241/622

Economics planting suitants on own

 roots/grafted rootstock
     

1424

241/121


23

All Apotca

Older

Agdex


number

number

Root-knot nematodes on parsnips, carrots

 and tomatoes
     

24*1

260/637

Potatoes-root-knot nematodes

3412

242/637

Stem nematode on narcissus

MJ

213/622

Nematodes on African violets

102

217/622

Sampling soils and plants for examination of

 nematodes
 Nitrogen fertilisers
     

too

622

Fertilisr.it other than super for pastures

249

130/342

Using nitrogen to grow extra winter feed for

 dairy cows
 Nelae levels
     

312

130/342

Noise and bearing loss

 Narthare ricteria
     

239*

036

Coats A returns cereal cropping/prime lamb

 prodnN/EVic
     

241}

no/120

Winter fodder crops for dairy farins in

 Northern Victoria
     

2430

120/10

Cross margins of sheep/vealcr enterprises in

 N/EVic
     

2414

400/117

Costs A returns of prime lamb/verier prodn

 in N/E Victoria
     

2414

400/120

Buying an irrigated dairy farm in northern

 Victoria
     

2241

410/(12

Calving times for dairy herds in northern

 irrigation areas
 Nenles
     

1221

413/13

Nozalm for fleld sprayers

 Nnrserisa (bertleulnsrs)
     

2313

744

Suppliers of potting materials to nunerias

1347

200/14

Commercial citrus nurseries supplying

 Sunraysia
     

1091

220/30

Viticuliural associations and viue

 nurserymen
 Nursery stack
     

241?

241/02

Nursery propagation of rootstocks for poos

 Iriiit
 Nets

sea also Almond; walnut; hazelnut etc

33

211/14

Crowing nut trees in the home garden

29

245/12

Suppliers of plant material for nut growers

 Diseases and pests
     

2219

243/43

Wood-rotting fungi of fruit and nut trees

 Varieties
     

1901

202/633

Varieties of fruit tress, vines and berries

 Oats
     

901

202/30

Winter fodder crops

1341

120/10

Winter fodder crops for dairy farms in

 Northern Victoria
     

2430

120/10

Os teas a fodder crop

 Diseases and pests
     

1063

127/20

Insect pests of wheat, oats and barley

190

110/622

Barley yellow dwarf virus in cereal crops

2020

110/633

Smut diseases of cereal crops

346

110/633

Sued dressings for control of cereal smuts

 Economic aspects
     

2431

110/6*3

Oross margins of crops in southern Victoria

2061

100/917

Profitability of oats

2033

113/120

Harvesting oats for sheep - hay or grain?

 Hertesting
     

1970

430/60

Contract rates • grain harvesting and

 transport, 19B3
     

240S

•14

Varieties


•w '

Sources of registered jeed of fleld crops, 1M4

2344

100/45

Oat varieties for Victoria

173

113/32

Bulban«a new oat variety

 Weed control
     

1919

113/33

Chemical weed control in cereal crops

 Oats, Black
 sec Wild oats
 Oestrus
     

2322

110/640

Detection of best ui cattle

273

401/47

Oestrus in cattle and problems of detection

472

401/632

Oestrus detection and mating of sows and

 gilts
     

2141

440/40

Teasing Suras

 OOaefdsMsi
     

793

440/13

Oilseed meals for pig rations

1771

440/63

24 Oilseeds KHalso Rapesced;Sunflowers; linseed etc The outlook for oilseeds Crowing linseed Croxton- a hew wilt resistant linseed variety Orowing rapesced in the Malice Crowing rapeseed in the Wimmcra Growing rapesced Marnoo-anew rapaced variety Crowing safflower Jojoba Growing muxtard Okra Okn growing OUvs Growing olivea Onion pans Onion grass in patturet Oalaas A growth regulator for potatoesand onions Flat white and white globe onions Orowing the Fukekobe long keeper onion Production of white Spanish onions Onions in the home garden Mec hanical harvesting of onions Diseases and pests Fusarium rot of onions Onions • pest and disease control Weed control Onions-weed control Prangs Alternate bearing of Valenciaoranges Control f/drop/rind String-Nave) orasgts/g/fruit/mandarins Varieties Orange varieties Orchardmans , ' eaaCocksfoot Orchards see Fruit Orchids Crowing cymbidium orchids Organic fertilisers Organic matter for row crops Orecn manure crops for vegetable production Vegetable cropping with fowlmanure Cover crops in vines Oriental hull moth Oriental fruit moth Pome fruit - pests, diseases Achemicals for their control Oraaaeeetsl pit jets sac also Flowers; Shrubs; Trees Cut flower growing Pruning of ornamental trees andshrubs Pruning of selected ornamental plants Diseases and pests Rootrot diseases of ornamentals and fruit tress Orestapparatus Measuring CA storage atmosphereswith the Onat apparatus Oaalia Control of sounob Oaalia control Oyster shell scale San Jose and oyster-shell scale Parasites Control ofliver fluke Cattle Cattle lice Parasite control in cattle -Northern Irrigation District Liver fluke in dairy cattle Goals Externalparasites of goats Worms in goats

Older

Agdex

number

anmber


2373

140/160

2437

143/10

2417

143/30

909

144/10

1230

144/20

336

144/21

1471

144/30

173

145/10

2303

146/10

2302

146/20

2094

261/U

20*2

276/11

1(3*

130/646

1071

207/23

293

236/11

203

234/11

230

236/11

73

236/12

1049

256/31

1193

233/633

1134

236/600

2447

236/640

167

220/23

1413

221/13

176

221/33


lot

217/12

330

207/536

1076

207/337

1033

207/331

9*1

241/337

101

200/622

2230

211/660


1290

210/11


126

210/23


127

210/23


739

200/63}


2391

210/63


1393

642


2422

642


    • 2

210/622


333

400/663


1207

401/662


2093

411/660


1(93

411/663


1479

470/662


1169

470/46}

 ha*. IMS
   

     

AllAgaotcs

Order

Agd*x

Harm

lumber

number

Eiaminetion of faeces for panaitm

  1. 39

460/660

External parasites of hones

930

440/662

Worm* ind hots ia hones

 up
     

190

460/663

Internal parasites of ptp

 Stutf
     

2121

440/663

Reds and itchmitc

50

430/662

Sheep blowflies of Victoria

1613

430/662

Sheep lice

SI

430/662

The control of sheep lice, kedeandilchirule

1667

430/662

Control of roundworms ia sheap la

 aoeth-eestero Victoria
     

2091

430/663

Control of roundworms in sheep la

 south-western Victoria
 Parent**
     

2065

430/663

Root-knot nematode* on parsnips, carrots

 lad tomato**
     

24*1

260/637

Parsnips in the home garden

 Wood control
     

107

267/12

Pinoipt • weed control

 Partridge
     

1517

267/640

Tbc Chukar partridge

 Pupal—i
     

2231

451/10

Paapalua and water couck

 Platan wtbworm
     

1209

131/20

Pasture webwottn • a peat ia young cereals

 Platan*

see vito Fodder crops

2430

110/622

Fertiliser and seed for pasture establishment

463

130/10

Management of newly sown pasture

list

130/10

Why resow a pasture?

1203

130/10

Establishment of pasture on Mack Bats

 (swales)
     

900

130/20

Pasture establishment-preparing the seed

 bed
     

251

130/21

Reaovadoa of pasture damaged by tcld

 crickets
     

1992

130/21

Aerial leading of pastures

2449

130/22

Direct drilling of pastures

1473

130/22

Establishing a pasture - cultivate or

 oversow?
     

1696

130/22

Pasture establishment

591

130/22

Future establishment-sowing the seed

759

130/22

Future soaring guide for potato growers

197

130/22

Rcsowiag pasture in the Hamilton district

IM7

130/22

Sowing puture in West and South

 Gippsland
     

320

130/22

Sowing puture* ia Victoria

346

130/22

Choosing which puture species and

 cultivate to sow
     

1364

130/32

Pasture sowing chart

1365

130/32

Seed nurtures and sowing rales for pastures

1366

130/32

Dryland puture establishment • an

 introduction
     

257

130/511

Deep tillage to correct compactionof

 pasture soils
     

2502

130/514

Understanding the reports of soil tests for

 peat urn
     

1247

130/533

Fertilisers and treatment of send foe sowing

 puturaa
     

545

130/542

Pasture recovery after Ire

 Aimms
     

477

130/031

Ergots of cereals and grilses

1500

100/633

Buley yellow dwarf virus In cereal crops

2020

110/633

Disseiits of lucerne 1: bacteria and virus

1531

121/633

Diseases of lucerne 1; fungus diseases of

 luves and items
     

1532

121/633

Diseases of lucerne 3: fungus disease* of

 roots and crown
     

1S33

•121/633

Clover scorch disease of subterranean clover

1211

137/633

Diseases of white clover * t

2045

137/633

Diseases of white clover-3

2176

137/6J3

Root rot Of subterranean clover

230*

137/633

Subterranean clover red-leaf virus

1212

137/633

Subterranean clover stunt virus

12(3

137/633

Acetonacmin (ketosis) of dairy cows

1723

415/652

Resistance of plant pathogenic fangs to

 fungicides
     

1409

437





Disorders in animals

Order •amber

Agdet number

Ergots of cereals and grasses

1500

100/633

Poisonous plants of the Ballarat district

1232

100/650

Manganese toxicity m lucerne

1466

121/632

Copper for pastures and grazing animals

1555

130/541

Annual ryegrass toxicity

1967

400/652

Cyanide poisoning of livestock by forage

 sorghums
     

I960

400/652

Heliotrope toxicity in sheep and cauls

not

400/652

Perennial ryegrass staggers

1775

400/652

Lupinosis

1(19

400/654

Bracken poisoning of cnttle

1320

401/652

Phosphorus deficiency in cattle

155

401/652

Acetonacmin (ketosis) of dairy cows

1723

415/652

Gmlroiling Most in dairy cows ,

1957

415/652

Grass tetany in dairy cok*

1319

415/652

Prevention of bloat in beef herds

671

420/652

Phalaris poisoning of sheep

1615

430/657

Clover infertility in ewes

1566

433/46

Plants poisonous to hones

 Districts
 Ballarat
     

112

460/657

Seed muituree for pastures in Ballarat

 district
     

493

130/32

Fcriiiiscn for pastures in the ttallant district

 Banalla
     

142

t30/S49

Pasture species for Battalia and Seymour

 districts
     

241

130/32

Superphosphate for paat'era in the BensUa district Bendigo

1504

130/542

Pasture species for the Bendigo district

403,

130/32

Fertilise!! for pastures in the Bendigo district Colac

514

1 130/542

Pasture seed mixtures for ih* Colic district

475

130/32

Fertiliser mixtures for pastures in the Otway

 Ranges ,
     

193

130/549

Fertilisers for pastures on the coastal plains sods Gippsland

194

130/549

Sowing pasture in West and South

 Gippsland
     

320

130/22

Dryland pasture species for Central

 Gippsland
     

1910

130/32

Dryland pasture specks for East Gippsland

1903

130/32

Pasture ipectes for West and South

 Gippsland
     

371

130/32

Pasture nutrient deficiencies in West sad

 South Gippsland
     

112

130/532

Fertilisers for pastures on the coastal plain

 East Gippa.
     

2394

130/542

Fertilisers for pasture* on the mountain soils

 EastGipps.
     

239,7

(30/542

Fertilisers for pastures in West and South

 Gippsland
     

113

130/549

Irrigated pasture species for Central

 Gippsland
     

256

134/32

Fertiiiscn for irrigated pastures in Central Gippsland Hamilton

19*

134/541

Resowing pasture in the Hamilton district

hit

130/22

Fertilisers for pastures in the Hamilton

 district
     

1111

130/540

Fertiliseta for pastures on the volcanic plaint

195

130/549

Insect pests of pastures in the Hamilton

 district
     

2295

130/622

Weeds of pastures in the Hamilton district

 Mallet
     

2250

(30/640

Annual pastures for the Malle*

 Melbourne
     

513

132/20

Pasture establishment • sowing the seed

259

130/22

Dryland pasture establishment ■ an

 introduction
     

257

130/511

Stocking rates in the Melbourne district

 Northern Victoria
     

2172

400/14

Pastures for the northern wheat belt

14*1

130/00

Pasture species for irrigated ereaa in n/w

 Victoria
     

1459

135/32

23

AllAgMtM

Older

Agdcx

Stymeur

NBbCf

number

Pasture spacia for Benalla and Seymour districts Southern nclorus

2*1

130/32

Autumn-uved pasture for cattle in southern Victoria Wattrn district

1231

420/16

Mid-lactation reading in the WeMcta District fFimmem

1273

411/51

Zinc fertiUsets foe Wimmera crops and

 paMure*
     

1322

100/541

Future spacia for deep lands in the

 Wimroera
     

340

130/32

Euabiiahing lucerne in the Honham district

52)

137/21

Growing lupins on acid soils in the Wimmera DWm|1

1529

142/20

Fertilisers for pastures in the Wodonga

 district
     

1134

130/542

When to apply super in ihe Wodonga district

241

130/542

Patture mixtures for the Wodonga district

 Economic aspects
     

2310

131/32

Profitability of irrigated luceroe for hay •

 Ballarat dial
     

2243

121/120

Why resow a pasture?

1203

130/10

The cost of resowing a pasture

1144

130/920

Contract rata 1913-14 - aerial and ground

 spraying

Fertilisers and pasture nutrition

2217

114

Zinc fertiliser for pastures and crops

2320

100/341

Zinc fertilisers for Wimmera crops and

 pastures
     

1322

100/541

Fertiliser-end send for pasture establishment

443

130/10

Sulphur for Victorian panures

1313

130/331

Trace elements for pastures in Victoria

1431

130/331

Patture nutrient deficiencies in West and

 South Gippsland
     

112

130/332

Signs of potauium deficiency in pastures

(41

130/332

Lime for lucerne and pastures

1311

130/334

Alternative* to superphosphate for pastures

1312

130/340

Working out the fertiliser needs of pastures

532

130/540

Copper for pastures and grazing animals

1355

130/541

Facts and fallacies about superphosphate on

 pastures
     

2274

130/541

Molybdenum for pastures

1353

130/541

Potash for pastures

2197

130/341

Fertilisers and treatment of seed for sowing

 pastures
     

345

130/342

Fertilisers for pastures in the Bendigo

 district
     

514

130/542

Fcttiliaen for pasture* in the Wodonga

 district
     

1134

130/542

Fertilisers for pastures on the coastal plain

 EsatOipps.
     

2394

130/542

Fertilisers for pasture* on the mountain toils

 EaatGipps.

Fertilisers other than super for pasture*

2397

130/542

249

130/342

How much super for pastures?

1432

130/342

Superphosphate for pasture* in the Benalla

 district
     

1304

130/342

Using nitrogen to grow estra winter feed for

 dairy cows
     

312

130/342

When to apply super in the Wodonga district

261

130/342

Using test strip* to work out fertiliser needs

 efpastuna
     

1014

130/344

Fertiliser minutes for pastures in the Otway

 Ranges
     

193

130/549

Fertilisers for pastures in the Ballarat district

142

130/549

FettUiaers for pasture* in Wat and South

 Oippsland
     

113

130/549

Fertilisers for pasturee on tha coastal plains

194

130/549

soils


a

FenUisen for pastures on the volcanic plains

195

130/549

Fertilisers for irrigated pestures in Central

 Oippsland

Fertiliser for irrigated dairy farms

IN

134/541

224

134/542

Fertiliser use; some general ups

154

542

KV Chooting a haymaking system 26


Order

Agdea

m 1- - iFP^nM

number

number

Management of irrigated annual pastures

2432

134/10

Irrigated pasture species for Central

 Gippsland
     

236

134/32

Fertilisers for irrigated pastures in Central

 Gippsland
     

196

134/341

Fertiliser for irrigated dairy farms

224

134/342

Buying an irrigated dairy farm in norther*

 Victoria
     

2261

410/112

Advantages/disadvantages irrigation fat

 lamb prods nth Vic

Fast

1233

434/10

The red-legged earth mils

1693

100/612

Common caterpillars in field crops and

1576

100/622

pastures

-


the southern armyworm

694

100/622

Reg chero for control of caterpillar poea-

 crops, pasture
     

2294

100/6*1

Insect pats of what, oats and barley

  • 90

110/622

Pasture webwocm - a pest in young cereals

2430

110/622

Sitona weevil in lucerne and medics

1301

121/622

Renovation of pasture damaged by field

 crickets
     

1992

130/21

The lucerne Sea

1027

130/612

The underground gnu caterpillar

1026

130/612

Insact pats of pastures in the Hamilton

2293

130/622

district



Lucerne end medic aphids - identificatioa

 and control
     

(fill

130/622

The biSckheaded pasture cockchafer

22*4

130/622

The redheaded pasture cockchafer

20*2

130/622

The white-fringed weevil

1604

130/622

Registered chemicals for control of pasture

 pests: 1910
     

107*

130/6*1

The black field cricket -biology and life cycle

2033

612

Biology and control of the wingless

 grasshopper
     

|09l

622

Biology and habits of the Australian plague

 locust
     

143

  • 22

Control of the Australian plague locust

(44

  • 22

SanpUngsoib and plants for examination of

 MQtftlOdtt
     

100

  • 22

A gravity-feed system for muting cricket bait

1991

611

Control of field crickets

204*

611

Inaacticida for field and fruit crops and

 pastures
     

1707

  • 11

Seed


,

Sourca of registered seed of field crops, 1914

234*

100/43

Fertiliser and seed for pasture establishment

4*3

130/10

Seed miatures and sowing rata for pastures

136*

130/32

Tasting ofcertified pasture seed

431

130/43

Fertilisers and treatment of sped for solving

 pastures
     

343

130/342

Inoculation and lime-coating of legume usd

 Seed certification
     

14*9

137/23

Establishing a certified seed crop

493

130/22

Applying for seed certification

494

130/43

Pasture scad certification schema in

 Victoria
     

4*7

130/43

Testing of certified pisture seed

431

130/4?

The pasture seed certification process

4M

130/43

Cleaning of certified pasture seed

41*

130/4*

Fees and charges for pasture seed

 certification
     

172

130/41

Certification standards for lucerne cultivate

309

137/41

Certification standard* for npn-pcdtgreed

 medics
     

302

137/41

Certification standards for non-pedigreed

 subclover
     

304

137/41

Certification standards for pedigreed medics

301

137/4*

Certification standards for pedigreed sub

 clover
     

303

137/4*

Certification standards for white clover

305

137/4*

Growing certified medic and clover seed

  • 97

137/4*

Cenificanortslandardl for cocksfoot

300

131/4*

Certification standards for perennial

 ryegrau
     
  • 91

131/41

Cactification standards for tall fescue

  • 99

131/41

Certification standards for tall wheat gras*

307

131/41

 taw. toe
  

IMS130/125

AUAsmXm

(Mr

A|du


aambcr

number

CetthkaafoailaadudiforPhalaria scquilica

sot

131/41

Certification standards for Wutcrwoids

 ryqnHMd
     

sot

131/41

Soils

Deep tillage to cornel compaction of

 pasture sods
     

2302

130/314

Undemanding the repotii of soil tests for

 pastures
 Varieties
     

1247

130/333

Dryland pasture ipccict for Central

 Gipptland
     

1910

130/32

Failure wed mixtures for the Cotec district

473

130/32

Future spectre for deep rends in the

 Wimuera
     

340

130/32

Future spectre for the Bendigo district

403

130/32

Future tpeciea for Bcnalla and Seymour

 district*
     

241

130/32

Recommended pasture grasaa and legumre

 for 1914 (Patti)
     

2331

130/32

Recommended pasture grasaa end legtima

 for 1914 (Fart 2)
     

2339

130/32

Seed mixturei for puturei in Ballarat

 diurkt
     

493

130/32

Annual puturaa for the Malice

513

132/20

Irritated puture species for Central

 Gippelaad
     

254

134/32

Future species for irritated ucaa in n/w

 Victoria
     

1459

133/32

Giant shaftal clover (Persian clover)

1119

137/30

Perennial cloven - while, red and jirawberry

1557

137/30

The recommended varietia of lubtetraaean

 clover
     

1423

137/32

Ascot barrel medic

2112

137/33

Tbcphhlarissperia

1931

131/10

Fuptlum and water couch

1209

131/20

Cocksfoot

1332

131/30

The ryrtn sees

 Weed control
     

274

131/32

Ropewtck tppbcaton for selective control of

 weeds
     

2276

100/640

Control of wild oats in wheat and barley

toil

110/642

Welds of pastures in the Hamilton district

2230

130/640

Control of bent grau in puturea

1137

130/641

Capewecd in putuies

1139

130/642

Control of docks in pasture

1467

130/642

Control of font ttorksbill (corkscrew) in

 pastures
     

1013

130/642

Coatrol of round-leaved rushes in pastures

565

130/642

Bracken control

1460

130/646

Onion trau in puturea

1131

130/646

Kikuyu trau

1539

131/10

Control of hoary creu

 Pawpaw
     

2111

642

The mountain pawpaw

 Fan weevil
     

I2M

231/12

Fee weevil

 Peach
     

1677

166/622

Propapauni peach tree* from hardwood

 cuttinp
     

1647

213/20

Props taunt peach trees from softwood

 cuttin|s
     

2259

215/20

Sprint-budded peneb trees

1317

213/20

Crop control of clingstone peaebu for the

 fresh muket
     

2101

213/25

Ftesh muketint of canning peaches

 fttwaiMpiti
     

2336

215/30

Aphid pats of peaches, chenia snd citrus

1123

210/622

Freckle of peaches and apricots

723

214/633

Peach rust

724

214/633

Phytophthort rot of peaches tnd spocots

1066

214/631

Peach ami nectanne tpray schedule

2293

215/600

Peach leaf curl

732

215/633

Peach rosette and decline virus diseau

313

215/6)3

Peach leaf curl

 Horytsting
     

HI

6)3

Mechanical harvesting of pacha for

 proceuint
     

1933

213/31

JwmuIM*


Ordw

Agdea

Irrigation

■umber

number

Trickle irritation: the water aasda of youaf \

 peach trees
 Pruning and training
     

273

213/361

Croppint tarfets for Tatura tretlis puchu:

 ptunint
     

129

213/21

Truiuni peach and nscurinclrta on

 TaturaTreUi*
     

2316

213/21

Thinnin* peach trea trained on a Tatura

 trellis
     

225

213/23

Spacing



Closer plantint of peach trea in Goulbure

 Valley orchards
 Vanities
     

1095

213/11

Clint peach varietia for the Goufourn

 VaUey-Cobram area
     

1312

213/30

White-fleshed dessetr peach varietia

2210

215/32

Yellow-fleshed dessert peach varietia

 Peach leaf cart
     

2390

213/32

Peach leaf curl

 Peach resetic
     

732

2(3/631

Peach rosette and decline virus diteaae

 Peach raU
     

313

215/633

Peach rust

 Pear
     

724

214/633

. Factors limitinf productivity of Packhama

 Triumph peat*
     

2311

213/10

lacrauint productivity of Packhama

 Triumph peart
     

2319

213/10

Better fruit set for Packham pear*

1101

213/11

Spray program for pears trown for the fresh

 market

Distant and peso

2033

213/610

The bryobta mite end the pear-leaf blister

 mite
     

733

210/622

The pear end cherry slug, CaJiroe ceraai

737

210/622

Codling moth

1124

211/622

Autumn sprays to control apple and pear

 scab •
     

IM

211/633

Botryosphaeria canker or Mack rot of appla

 and peats
     

2103

211/633

Pome fruit - pests, diseaaa A chemicala for

 their control
     

2230

211/610

Spray program for commercial pear growers

775

213/600

Pear scab

609

213/633

Pseudomoou synngse on peart

 Economic aspects
     

1269

213/633

The outlook for appfoa and peats

 Pruning
     

2204

211/160

Pruning and cropping of pean

 Ripening
     

1271

213/23

Ripening of pean

 Rootstocks
     

136

213/36

Rootstock* for peers

 Storage
     

1316

211/33

Avoiding problems in post-harveet dipping,

 appfea&pean
     

2411

211/36

Post-har cst dips for appla and pean

2410

211/56

Long-term controlled atmosphere storage of

 appksApears
     

2413

211/63

Miaing apple ft pear varieties, controlled

 atmosphere store
     

2412

211/63

Ripening of pean

 Pew and cherry slag
     

136

213/56

The pew and cherry slug, Caliroa cerasi

 Pew leaf Mister mite
     

737

210/622

The bryobta mite and the par-leaf Mister

 mite
 Peas

sse also Field pea

735

210/622

Growing field peu

1639

166/12

Growing peu for processing

299

251/11

Growing peu for the fresh market

1061

231/11

Peu in the home garden

 Diseases and pelts
     

66

231/12

Peu - pest and disease control

 Weed control
     

1131

231/600

Peu • weed control

2411

231/640 27

ABAcMtca Ori*Aides ■umbereutnber ream

Suppliers ofplaat material for mu growers

2219

245/43

Pecan

1263

246/12

^ - ■« - - -

 rwi|rm
     

     

       

The value of pedigrees

621

460/30

Ptm MePoIRwncephalomalecia reffcie

Capsicums (peppers and chillies)

697

261/11

Capsicums • pest and disease control

1649

261/600

Capsicums in the home garden

696

262/12

Ptrtualalrytpwsa

The ryegrasses

274

136/32

Certification standards for perennial

496

136/41

lyegnaa

Bulk slorap of certified Victorian perennial

366

136/61

iy<|nu

Perennial ryegraa tuggers

1773

400/652

Ptrafinea

Persimmons for the home garden

1279

216/12

The persimmon - an alternative fruit crop

136

230/20

Pear coe tret in also Specific past name, crop or host

Methods of pm control lor the ccmmerctai

1437

600

farmer

Methods of pert control for the bobby farmer

1436

600

Methods of peat control for the home

1610

600

gardener

Soil fumigftboci

1191

600

Paaticfdaa

an also Fungicide* Herbicide* Insecticides: Nematicidei

 Citrus A gnpn-peats, diseases A chemicals 2014
     

203/6(0

fofcdntro)

Control of pesu and diseases in home

769

210/661

orchards

Pome fruit - peats, dusaais A chemicals for

2230

211/660

their control

Control of pesia/dlaeaaca in pome fruits in

771

211/661

home orchards

Spray program for peers grown for the frtah

2033

213/660

market Kegiiurtd chimicals

Agricultural chemicals for fruit crope

1733

200/660

Registmion of pesticides in Victoria

644

611

Sa/tiy mtasurts

Disposal of pesticide containers and surplus

39

<66

pesticide

Safe xm of pattekto In tad around the borne

1433

616

Phalaria

The phalaria species

1931

136/10

Certification standards for Phalaris

306

136/46

acquxica Toxicology

Phalaris poisoning of sheep

1613

430/637

Pheasants

Raising pheaianu

36

456/20

Phaspberaa

Phosphorus toxicity in native plants

973

301/632

Pheapbena la animal autritfoa

Pboapbonta deficiency in cattle

133

401/652

Phylloxera

Control of phylloxera end fanlcaf nematode

617

241/622

drape phylloxera

139

241/622

Pbytepbtbera

Phytophthora cinnamon! (cinnamon root

737

200/631

rot fungus)

Crown and collar rot of apple trees

1266

212/633

Phytophthora rot of peaches and apricots

1066

214/6)3

Orchard management to prevent and control

•39

233/10

avocado root rot Production of trtea free from avocado root wwnA.

660

f 233/14

rot Avocado root rot

636

235/633

Citrus collar rot

112

613

Plgmaaagtmtat

Induction of pi ggery workers

2137

440/10

Major suppliers of pig management aids

2336

440/10

Pig management checklist

2131

440/10

The Pig Management Manual

2227

440/10

21 Ordm ■umber The Pi| Management Recording Service 2221 Selection program for pigs 1977 Incentive schema for piggery employees 21 IS Sow husbandry checklist 2124 Htconh Graphs as an aid to pigmanagement 2077 Keeping pig herd records 2244 Ways of identifying pigs 2076 Meamring pig herd feed conversion 2144 Deciding whether to bome-mu pigdiets 2222 Pi|sMaapmcat recordist Mrrice The Pig Management Recording Service 2221 Plpeee Raising squabr 242S flpriu Me Pip-Homing Piglets Feeding strategies for weanerand 2256 growet/finisherpigs Causes ofiudden death of pip 2171 Rearing piglets without a sow 2135 Scoun in young pip 2129 Weener accommodation 2166 rip TheP<g industry in Aust andVic-structure 2352 andtrends Organisations concerned with thepig 1973 industry Selected pig industry references 2343 Fig industry terms anddefinitions 2236 The fig Management Manual 2227 The Pig Management RecordingService 222S Code ofaccepted farming practicefor the 2141 welfareof pip Habits, diseases and control offeral pip 1395 irmUng Buying pig breeding stock 2102 rianning the production of a pigbreeding 1340 herd Standards for pig breeding herds 1309 Husbandry of gil ts 2314 Inbreeding in pip 2127 Principles of geneticimprovement of pip 1976 Selection program for pip 1977 Crossbreeding pip 2126 Oestrus detection and mating ofsbses and 2141 gilts Pregnancy testers for pip 2392 Artificial insemination of pip 2123 Infectious reproductive failurein pip 2130 Fanowmfi accommodation forinrenaive 2491 piggtrica Farrowing pen alternatives: 1 2491 Husbandry of the sow atfarrowing 2246 Sow husbandry checklist 2124 Induced farrowmp 2104 Managing adult boats 1979 Rearing young breeding hosts 1971 Carcasm Estimating carcase weights ofgrower pip 2149 Standardising pig carca» Weights 2117 Pig carcase classification 1911 Pig carcaK requirements 2062 Dtitam Injecting sheep, cattle and pip 347 Anthrax and the farmer 1132 Eradication of tuberculosis incattle, pip 343 andpoultry Recognising foot andmouthdisease 366 Terms used in pig condemnation 2317 Causes of sudden death of pip 2171 Umhriftmess Hi growing pip 1361 Lameness in pip 1727 Erysipelas in pigs 90( Infectious pneumonia of pip 1366 Infectious reproductive failurein pip 2130 MMA complex in pip 136 Swine fever and African swinefever 1394 Tuberculosis in pigs 2123 Agdca number 440/10 440/33 440/111 441/22 440/(0 440/10 440/21 440/34 440/320 440/10 436/10 440/33 440/630 444/23 444/630 444/721 440/00 440/01 440/01 440/10 440/10 440/10 440/20 673 440/10 440/13 440/21 440/22 440/30 440/30 440/33 440/34 440/40 440/44 440/47 440/633 440/721 440/721 441/22 441/22 441/47 443/22 443/22 440/10 440/10 440/14 440/640 400/14 400/633 400/653 400/633 440/13 440/630 440/630 440/632 440/633 440/633 440/653 440/633 440/633 440/633 Am. teas AUAgMtcs Mange and lice control in pip Intents]parasites of pip Scours in young ptp Economic asprea Comparing the profitability ofporand bacon production Pig marketing and slaughter coats The outlook for pigroeats Ejgfurm Production of biogss frompiggery wastaa Effluent systems for piggena Piggery effluent as a femiiser Supplien of pig housing materials and efluent equipment EflUent removal from piggeriae Pumping pig efluent to penurt Eguipmtnr and ivpphn Major tupplien of pig management aids Pregnancy testers for pip Suppliers of pig housing material! and efluent equipment Handling and loading facilitiesfor pip Weighing equipment for pip feeding and/eeds Composition of feed ingredientsfor pip Compering the value of pt g feedingredients Formulating pig diets Energy requirements of pigs Protein requirements of pip Vitamin and mineral requirementsof ptp Mensuring pig herd feedconversion Fasding strategics for weanetand grower/finisher pip Ftsding systems in piggencs Water requirements of piggeritt Major suppliers of feeds andfead ingredients fctpip Feadgrains in pig diets Onin legumes for pig rations Oilseed meals for pig rations Peas for pip Proteinconcentrates for pig rations UnthriftincH in growing pip Major supplien of pig feeding and watering equipment Mixtn for muting pig feeds onthe farm Pelleting farm-mixed pig rations Selecting milling equipment for pig feeds Wet feeding system! for pip Storing grain for pig rations Deciding whether to home-arix pig diets Housing The Standard Piggery Efluent systems for piggeries Fending systems in ptggenes Sprty cooling pip m summer Supplien of pig housingmaterials and effluent equipment Efluent removal from piggeries Environmental control ofintensive piggeries Farrowing accommodation forintensive P*li*ties Farrowing pen alternatives: t Housing plan 1: 53-sow piggery Insulation of piggenes Natural ventilation of intensive piggeries Slotted flooring materials for piggeries Stated floors for piggeries Handling and loading facilities for pip Wtaner accommodation Ucnlificutkm Fig brands Wiysof identifying pigs LewaadfegirietiM Legislation affecting the Victorian pig industry Murktimg Estimatingcarcase weights of power pip Standardising pig Carcase weights Order Agdex amber number 2147 440/662 Figcareme dmilrelion 2121 440/66) Eapofl,import and interstate movement of 2129 444/630 pip Methods of marketingptp 2402 440/117 Pig carcase requirements Pig marketing andslaughter costs 23)7 440/147 Weight and measurement 2)26 440/160 Weighingequipment for pip Plnekark 2067 400/761 Pine bark in pottingmixtures 192 440/27 Pinkeye 2143 440/3)1 Pink-eyein beef cattle 2490 440/720 Pinkeyein sheep 2073440/721 2072 440/756 2)36 440/10 2392 440/44 2490440/720 2167440/724 2161 440/725 2419 440/30 23t6 440/32 2120 440/52 1767 440/33 2069 440/33 1766 440/53 2144 440/54 2236 440/53 279 440/36 2136 440/51 2333 440/60 1769 440/63 1773 440/63 1771 440/63 1770 440/6) 2265 440/63 1361440/630 2349 440/720 1719440/726 1910 440/726 1141 440/726 1763 440/726 1140 440/732 2222 440/120 2139 440/10 192 440/27 279 440/56 206*440/717 2490 440/720 2073 440/721 2066 440/721 2491 440/721 2491446/721 2245 440/721 >123 440/721 1203 440/721 2315 440/721 2325 440/721 2167 440/724 2166 '444/721 10 440/21 2076 440/21 2324 440/01 2149 440/10 2117 440/10 Uie of pitapat piping Pistachio Supplien of plant material fornut growers Pistachio nuts Plxilerwt Fizzle-dropping of wetben Fizzle rot In sharp Ftnnetree Leaf scorch of plaa* trace Pientanaiamy Plant leaves and seeds Plant tissues, roots and stems Plant cuttings Propagatingpeach trees from softwood cutiinp Plant pawing media Brown coal in potting mixtures Hardwood sawdust in pottingmixtures Peanut shells in pottingmixtutes Pine bark tn potting mixtures Scoria in potting mixtures Fertilisers and chemicals fornursery potting atixtuna ( Pleat powth retainers Guidelines for diluting spray chemicals A growth regulator for potatoes and muom Ripening and coloring of apples with ethepbon Betterfruit Set for Packham peats Control f/drop/rtnd agcing-Navd oranges/g/frutt/mandanni Zinc sprays for fruit setting in vtnee Zinc sprays for fntit setting ut vines (Turkish) Spraysfor ictiingcumnU sad Carina Producing sultanas for the table Advancing the ripening of tomatoes Using CIPC as a sprout suppressant on potatoes Trade names of fungicides andplant regulators Pleat miles Thered-legged earth mite Two-spotted mite Integrated control of orchard mites The bryobts mite and the pear-leaf Mister mite Pome fruit - pests, diseases ftchemicals for their control Plant prngegntlea see also Names ofspecific plants Certified propagating material for tree fruit Nursery propagation of rootstocks for pome fruit Propagatingpeach trees from softwood cuttings Propagation of plants by leafcuttings Propagating ferns from spores Growing native plants from cuttings Raising native plants from seed Pleats, Ora ameatid eee Ornamental plants Plants, Petted sec Pot plants

Order

Agdea

number

number

1981

440/84

2131

440/638

2247

440/840

2062

440/840

22)7

440/847

2161

440/723

1269

200/14

204)

420/653

469

430/633

2)17

736

2219

243/43

1212

246/12

324

430/26

373

430/653

113

284/633

427

216/07

.426

216/07

2239

213/20

166

200/14

164

200/14

163

200/14

1369

200/14

167

200/14

1310

200/340

971

202/680

1071

207/25

  • 16

212/25

iioi

213/11

1413

221/13

617

241/25

1164

241/23

2003

241/613

611

243/23

10)3

2(5! 23

315

262/645

1738

680

1695

100/612

1721

200/622

1720

210/622

7)5

210/622

2230

211/6(0


2371

210/30

33

211/14

2239

213/20

973

210/2)

S9t

2*7/20

730

300/20

731

300/20

HenHa* 29

AllAgBOtM

Order

Agdex

number

number

Flam

Plums-Rootstocks and culuvation

MM

216/11

Plum and prune spray program for the

7*4

216/600

Millet Pruning and training

Training plum trees ooTituraTrtUie

2317

216/23

Varieties

Plum varieties for the Malice

1103

216/30

Plums: varieties and pollinatioa

 Pneumeeie
     

1414

216/30

Infectious pneumonia of pip

13U

440/633

Peleonoeeplente See also Livestock - Poisoning

Poisonous plants of the Ballarat district

1232

100/630

Heliotrope toxicity in sheep and cattle

IWI

400/632

Bracken poisoning of cattle

1320

401/632

Plants poisonous to horses

112

440/637

FtiiMS:

Occupetionil poisoning with pestkides * info

994

610

for medicos Pellnurukalnmelerie

PEM-s nervous condition of sheep

1411

430/632

Pelllaatiaa

Pollination of fruit trees

1*41

210/2*

Bees is poilinalota of simonde

I1M

246/26

Petyhoeese see Greenhouse!

Pomegrenatee

M3

211/11

Pomegranate! for the home garden

127*

211/12

Pastes

Breeds of pony k Victoria

90*

4*2/37

Feeding poniee and hacks

340

4*2/33

Past chemicals

Pool chemicals-hidden hararde

2249

616

Park

Comparing the prodtability of pork aad

2402

440/117

bacon production

 Pet plana
       

Contauim for plants

13*2

200/21

Fertilising container plants

1311

200/340

Plants in tubs and boxes

130

210/12

Pataaaiam

Signs of potassium deficiency in pastures

S4t

130/132

Par nalam frrtillecre

Potash for pastures

2197

130/341

Petals leafretl virws

Control of potato leaf roll virus in seed crops

 Fatale scab
     

9*9

’262/633

Common scab of potatoes

990

262/633

Powdery scab in potatoes

1912

262/633

Petatn tehee math

The potato moth

992

262/622

Peeateee

Pasture sowing guide for potato growers

197

130/22

Growing potatoes in rally areas

1007

262/11

Growing potatoes in the Central Highlands

i3i

262/11

Potatoes in the borne garden

  • 2

262/12

Growing lead potatoes

9M

262/13

Cultivation of potatoes

1032

262/20

Potatoes: factors affecting dry matter

1104

262/20

Calculating requirements of potato seed

1474

262/21

Greening of potatoes

1*23

262/63

Potatoes: measurement of spccilc gravity

1103

262/16

Automatic seed potato cutten

1*1*

262/74*

ttsansa and pests

Dipping unsprouted seed potatoes

1009

2*2/22

Potatoes • disease control

113)

262/600

Potatoes- pelt control

113)

262/600

The potato moth

992

262/622

Winfwonns in potatoes

119*

262/622

Common scab of potatoes

990

262/6J3

Control of potato leaf roll virus in seed crops

919

262/633

Fusarium will of potatoes

161)

262/6)3

Powdery scab In potatoes

IM2

262/633

Rhixoctonia or Mack scurf disrls* of

1001

262/633

fouioet

Target spot (early blight) of potatoes

1371

262/633

Potatoes - root-knot nematodes

2412

262/6)7

30 FiniUimandmanont Fertilisers for potatoes Growth regulators A growth regulator for potaioctand oaioae Hnneuing Killing potato top* Irritation Potatoes - irrigation Sard McSaadpotatoca Storage Curingcot or damaged potato tubers Handling and storage of seed poutoss Usuig C1PC as a sprout suppressant on poutoaa A simple chamber for curing cutscad potatoes Varieties Potato varieties Pouio variety • Tarago Weed control Potatoes-weed control Weed control programs for potatoes PNtlagsails Brown coal in potting mixtures Hardwood sawdust in potting mixtures Peanut sbcllsin porting mixtures Pine hark in potting mixtures Scoria in potting mixtures Suppliers of potting materials to nurseries Fertilisers and chemicals for nursery potting mixtures Psnltry see also Eggsjchicks; turkeys; guinea fowl etc. Getting suited in poultry production Code of practice for the welfare of the domestic fowl Controlof Hies on poultry farms Kacpuig a small poultry Sock hfjthy Use of agricultural chemicals on poultry farms Esut lishing a small Sock oflaying hen Trouble shooting in a small laying Sock The broiler industry m Victoria A glossary of terms used in the broiler industry Culling Culling of poultry .Disrates Eradicationat tubercuioeii in cattle, pigs and poultry Diagnosis of poultry diseases atVet, Research Institute Marsh's disease of poultry Cocciod'wsis in poultry Economic aspects The outlook for poultry meat Feeding and feeds Feeding small iiyer flocks Free choice feeding for laying hens Houses and equipment Brooding and rearing small numbers of chickens Housing s small flock of layinghens Lighting for a small flock of laying hens Caw and legislation The Victorian Broiler IndustryNegotiation Committee Suing Chicken seeing Pewdery mildew Sltesan Pomefruit • pesu, diseases A chemicals for their control Powdery mildew of apples Powdery mildew (or oidium) of grapevines Pewdery scab Powdery Scab in potatoes Predatory mites Integratedcontrol of orchard mites The effect of chemicals on T, occidentals

Older

Agdex.


number

1037

262/342

1071

207/23

1376

262/21

2019

262/361


917

262/33

147

262/60

313

262/613

9M

262/736

104)

242/30

2241

262/32

2439

262/640

1379

262/640

166

200/14

164

200/14

163

200/(4

1369

200/14

167

200/14

1367

200/14

DM

200/340


2393 2029

430/10 430/20


1112 1341 1191

430/614 450/630 430/610


1337 till 2367 2401

451/10 451/20 432/00 432/10


42

431/10


943

400/633


334

430/630


333 342

430/633 430/66)


220*

434VI60


337 49

431/33 431/36


2063

430/2)


1339 1340

431/720 431/720


2201

432/114


624

430/40


2230

2U/6M


4M 200*

212/633 241/6)3


IM2

262/63)


1720 634

210/622 616/610



fftiSCS


All Agnotgg

Order

Aides


Order

Agda


number

number


mur.tcr

number

rnaMMjr



Diteam and pesM



Diafnoeit



Fcsu and diseases of rapesead

1094

144/630

Pregnancy testing beef cattle

117*

420/44

Economic aspects



Pregnancy testers for pip

2392

440/44

Gross margins of crops in southern Victoria

2061

100/(17

Pregnancy diagnosis in mares

933

460/44

Profitability of rapeseed

2049

144/(20

Pregnancy Iniaaaria



Varieties



acaTosaemia of pregnancy



Sources of registered seed of field crape, 19(4

2344

100/43

Propagation of plant*



Mernoo • e new rapesced variety

167),

144/30

see Plant propagation



Rapeseed varieties

2297

144/32

Pratciaa in aalaal aatritioa



Raspberries



Energy and protein requirements of beef

IMS

420/33

Comm raspberry growing in sthn Vie *

1492

244/11

cattle



Varieties k site prep



Protein concentrates for pig rations

2263

440/63

Commercial raspberry grouting tth Vic:

1416

244/11

Plana



site/selection/costt



Plum and prune tpriy program for the

764

216/600

Cotntn raspberry growing in sthn Vie -

1493

244/23

Mallee



Pruning and training



Pruning



Bmprra



Pruning of ornamental tiro and thmbi

126

2(0/23

see Harvesting machinery



Pruning of selected ornamental planta

127

2(0/23

Recreation arena



Farm tree plantations: thinning and pruning

633

300/25

see Sports grounds



Tree improvement and maintenance

636

300/25

Red heck spider



PtMtfoMoaaa



Red-back spiders

(06

612

Bacterial blight of held peat

2233

166/633

Redelover


137/30

Pseudomonas iynngae on peart

1269

213/633

Perennial clovers - white, rad and strawberry

1357

Bacterial gummosu (bacterial canker, fruit

721

214/633

Red dclieiou* apple



biaat)



Mouldy core of Red Delicious appim

2007

212/633

Cilrut disenaaa • anthracnoae, pit and

729

220/633

Rtdacale



aeptoriaapot



Red and yellow scales of citrus

1010

220/622

Citrua blast

110

633

Biological control of red scale on citrua

773

220/624

Pulpy kidney



Badleggad earth mite



Clostridial disease* of goats

1601

470/633

The rad-legged earth mite

1695

100/612

Pulee crape



Insect pests of pastures in the Hamilton

2293

130/622

leeLegumea



district



Pumping machinery



Refrigeration ted refrigerating machinery



Pumps for chemical sprayen

2311

736

Maintenance and repair



Use of pumps: miscellaneous pumps

2194

736

Maintenance of refrigeration equipment

2191

410/7*7

Use of pumps: piping

2317

736

Registered seed scheme



Use of pumps: positive displacement pumpt

1710

756

Conditions of the Registered Seed Scheme

2363

100/4*

Uae of pumps: rotodynamic pumps

1633

736

for field crops



Use of pumpa; selection and good practice

1631

736

Retirement scheme* *



Use of pumps; types of pump

1649

736

Retirement schemes for primary producers

14(3

(30

Pumpkin



Rtvcgetntiaa



Oroering pumpkins

696

264/11

Protecting batten from eroskm

9(2

370

Qhvcr



Whlanpoa rat



Gout diseases and public health

1603

470/633

Rhizopus rot and transit rot of fruit and

1263

201/633

Qaanatia*



vegetables



Importing animals and animal products

2001

400/404

Rhubarb



Importing and exporting sheep

1754

430/634

Growing rhubarb

1296

266/20

Esport, import and interstate movement of

2131

440/654

Rhubarb in the home garden

76

277/12

Pigs



Rinderpest



Interstate movement of horses, import and

930

460/654

Some exotic disemea of goats

13(1

470/633

esport Importing and exporting goats

 Queensland fruit By
     

13(3

470/654

Rlagspnt Ringspot of cruciferous pilots

 Ringworm
     

1017

233/633

Queensland fruit fly in Victoria

1131

201/622

Goat diseases and public health

1603

470/633

Babbitt



Read coettraetlon



Rabbit keeping at a hobby

22(1

4M/10

Laneways on farms

1961

  • 00/70

KaMm


653

The design of farm tracks

  • 61

710

Rabies

1092

Rackamloa



Balaian



sec Cantaloup



Back spraying k dipping to produce dried

1(61

243/55

Rest knot acmatsde



raisins (Turkish)



Tobacco - root knot nematodes

2135

1(1/633

Back spraying and dipping to produce dried

17

2*3/55

Economics planting sultanas on own

1424

241/(21

(aisuMi Mating crayons for rams


432/13

roots/grafted rootstock Root-knot nematodes on parsnips, carrots

24(1

260/637

321

and tomatoes



Husbandry of rams

3(4

432/43

Potatoes * root-knot nematodes

24(2

262/637

Bam percentage

479

432/43

Root lesion nematode


Fleece testing of rams

2(6

437/12

The root-lesion nematode

I02(

200/622

Rananeahu



Beet rat


Leaf and stem curling In aaemonm and

2060

'2(5/633

Root rot of subterranean clover

230*

137/633

ranunculus



Anntllaria root rot

711

200/633

Bapemsd



Armillana; a root disease of trees and shrubs

1331

200/633

Summer fodder crops for Central and East

2343

120/10

Phftophthora cmnsmomi (cinnamon root

737

200/633

Qippsland



rot fungus)



Rape at a fodder crop

1075

l2(/20

Root rot diseases of ornamentals and fruit

739

200/633

Growing rapesced in the Malice

909

144/10

trees


Qrosving rapesced in the Wimmcra

1230

144/20

Orchard management to prevent and control

(39

233/10

Q routing rapeseed

336

144/21

avocado root rot







fWM,IM4 31

ADAfMtM

Order

Agdee


aamber

number

Production of trice free from avocado root

 CM
     

UO

2)5/14

Avocado com CM

 Rmm
     

431

235/6))

Roactuiiha home garden

741

2*3/20

RoMpnuiini

741

243/24

RflMdiitiM Referydairiea

740

213/6)3

Farm dairies 12: Number of boils - rouiy

 milking platform
 Recedes *f crop*
     

2449

410/721

Cropping rotations for southern Victoria

1)1*

100/11

Future soaring g urde for potato growat

197

130/22

Tobacco * land rotation

1455

141/14

Crop rotation to the home garden

971

207/21

Green manure crop* for vegetable

 productioa
     

1074

207/537

A nitrogen test for Mack toili in the

 Wimmera
 Rouadwerm
     

1002

533

Parasite control in cattle • Northern

 Irrigation District
     

2095

411/460

Control of roundworms in sheep in

 north-eastern Victoria
     

2091

430/443

Control of roundworms in sheep in

 south-western Victoria
 Raahea
     

2045

430/44)

Control of round-leaved riishca in pastures

 Rathergleahag
     

545

130/442

The crusader bug and the RutbSrglen bug

7)4

220/022

Rye



Growing ryacoro

 Ryegraaa
     

40fi

117/20

Winter fodder crops for dairy farms in

 Northern Victoria
     

2450

120/10

The ryegrasses

 Seed
     

274

131/31

Harvesting of perennial sad Tama ryegrass

 seed crop*
     

414

130/50

Certification standards for perennial

 ryegrass
     

491

131/41

Certification standards for Wcstarwolds

 ryegrass send
 Sung*
     

504

li/41

Bulk storage of certifiedVictorian perennial

 ryegrass

Tnkolotf

3II

131/61

Perennial ryegrass staggers

 Ryegrass stem horse
     

1775

400/652

Turfpcstsl Sac breed

451

214/422

A guide to diagnosis of bm brood diseases

2241

447/653

SaCbrood of honeybees

 Safety
     

1054

447/053

Tractor safety cabins

227)

742

Tractor safety regulations

1754

742

Notsesnd hearing loss

 SaAower
     

2)9fi

034

Crowing safilewer

 Economic aspects
     

175

145/10

Cross margins of crops in southernVictoria

2041

100/117

Profitability of safilower

 Selestas
     

1444

145/120

Sales Us esemptioas for agriculture

1951

•75

Salinity


Use of low quality water for vegetabhe

202)

250/543

Soil salinity tnd plant growth

24

502

Salting in the Goutbum Valley

47»

540

SanjaMscai*


t

Saa lose and oyster-shell teal*

 Saeteptu
 tee Itch mite
 Scabby swath
     

142

210/422

Scabby mouth uiilMep

 Scald
     

444

430/653

Scald of barley

 Scale iaaacte
     

1171

114/6)3

Scale insect* and mealybugs

100

200/621

Saa low and oyster-shell tcsle

M2

210/622

32


Order

A*de*


■umber

number

Rad and yellow tcalcsof citrus

1010

220/622

Biological control of ted scale on citrus

 Sealeaiwalgbia* iaatnaaaats)
     

773

220/424

Cattle scales available in Victoria

2272

♦20/725

Weighing equipment for pip

 Scleretlaia
     

2141

440/723

Sclerotim* stem rot of sundower

2019

143/63)

Sclcrotinia in vegetable crops

 Scoria
     

1193

250/633

Scoria in potting miatures aim

167

200/14

Scours in young pip

2129

444/650

Scouring in horses

 Scrapie
     
  • 4*

440/650

Some esotic diseases of goats

 Screws
     

1511

470/633

Boh and fastener identification

19*3

710

Security

 Finn security
 Saad potato**
     

1441

000

Crowing teed potatoes

914

262/15

Calculating requirements of potato seed

1474

262/21

Automatic seed potato cutlers Certification

1414

262/746

Send Potato Certification Scheme

 Diseases and pests
     

2214

242/43

Dipping unsprouted seed potatoes

1009

262/22

Control of potato leaf roll virus in scad crop*

 Storage
     

9(9

262/633

Handling and rtorage of seed potatOM

147

262/60

Using Cl PC as a sprout suppressant on

 potatoes
     

313

262/613

A simple chambtr for curing cut scad

 potatoes
     

911

262/736

Ssidlafi Aerial seedingof pastures

 SaadUaga
     

2449

130/22

Vegetable seedling production *

 Diseases and pact
     

1949

250/20

Tobacco • seedbed disctsM

 Identification
     

2154

111/633

Identification of cereal seedlings

 Seeds
     

1*50

110/20

Maintaining pure Seed of cereals

1244

110/15

Crowing lucerne for seed

34S

121/13

Buying vegetable seeds Certification

341

207/41 130/43

Applying for seed certification

494

Harvest and movement of certified seed

 field cmfj
     

494

130/41

Sources of registered seed of field crops. 1914

2344

100/45

Conditions of the Registered Scad Scheme foe field crops failures

2343

100/41

Establishing a certified seed crop

495

130/22

Pasture seed certification schemes in

 Victoria
     

417

130/43

Testing of certified pasture seed

451

130/4)

The pasture seed certification process

4*6

130/43

Cleaning of certified pasture lead

444

130/41

Fern and charges for pasture seed

172

130/41

ceetification Certification standards for lucerne cultivate

509

137/44

Certification standards for non-pedigraed

 medics
     

502

137/4*

Certification standards foe noo-pedi grand

 sub culver
     

504

137/41

Certification standards for pedigreed medics

501

137/44

Certification standards for pedigreed sub

503

137/44

clover Certification standards for while clover

305

137/44

Crowing certified medic and clover seed

4*7

137/44

Certification standards for cocksfoot

500

134/44

Certification standards for perennial

 ryegrass
     

494

1)4/44

Certification standards for tall fescue

499

134/44

Certification standards for tall wheat grata

507

134/44

Certiftcttion standards for Phaiant

504

134/44

•equities

AltAgMtM CeniRcetioastaadardeforWcsurwolde rytgraeesecd Cleaning Clamr. $ ofcerttled pnerure Seed Disinfection Seeddreseings for control of ceres! smuts Control seed-borne diimn with » hot-weler both Hanoting Harvestsnd movement of certified Mod Harvesting of pass seed crops Harmting of perennial and Tama ryegnm toed crop* Harvesting of tall fescue seedcrops iSampling Howtoukeiamplee of seeds Storage Harvest and movement of entiledseed Bulk storage of cenifled Victorian perennial ryegrass Toting Feesfor testing of seeds Tests of seed Testing of certLSed pasture seed Treatment Inoculation snd line-coating oflegume seed Sewagslagoou Dairyeffluent disposal ponds • design and construction Footling of wastes on im gateddairy farms Ways of disposin g of wastes from dairy sheds Effluent systems for piggeries Share crapptag Sharecropping agreements Share dalryfarming Assessing the returns from share dairyfarming Share dairyfarming Shmhmwnnl Producing Sharks premium wool Shaarlag sheds Racesand ramps for getting sheep away Fawcett mat shearing boards Raised shearing boards Slide-swing gates in shearing sheds and sheepysrds Modem three-stand shearing sheds Design of sheep yards Sliding chutes for getting sheep sway Tipping chutes for getting sheep Sway Wool skirting tables Two-stand shearing sheds A locks box to simplify wool handling


see also Lambs; Wool Stocking rates in the Melbourne district Complementary management of sheep and cattle Alist of books about sheep and wool Sheep production in the Wirmemhool district The sheep industry in theW'tmroera The Victorian sheep industry Sheep in the Melbourne district What to do with sheep in a drought Sharp production trials The sheep industry uiGippsiand Weeding Influencesoh lambing performance Breeding black sheep Breading for production of sheep turst Choosing a lime for iambuig in the Balieret district Selectionof wool sheep Useof outside bloodlines in Mtnnos Decidinglime Of Ismbing Springversus autumn lambing in the Ararat district Timeof lambing Mating crayons for rams •maims

Order

Aglet

■umber

number

I3I/4B

4M

130/41

2431

110/613

2220

250/22

496

130/41

412

130/30

414

130/30

411

130/30

M2

100/43

4%

130/49

m

131/61

173

100/41

393

100/41

431

130/43

1449

137/23

2379

410/27

1043

410/27

219

410/27

192

440/27

1220

100/131

2431

410/112

2313

410/112

2163

437/11

316

430/75

1709

430/720

397

430/720

1021

430/720

414

430/721

345

430/722

313

430/724

390

430/724

1521

437/720

213

437/721

676

437/725

2172

400/16

2100

400/31

1177

430/01

2277

430/0!

1011

430/01

1110

430/01

2064

  • 30/10

17*7

430/13

1749

430/32

632

430/000

362

430/13

1911

. 430/30

690

430/30

703

430/3)

706

430/33

511

430/33

301

431/13

1642

4)1/13

662

431/13

32(

432/13

Rampercentage Deciding time of lambing CsnnuMf Assemingthe carcases of live sheep snd lambs Organisms Iamb carcasscompetitions Diseases Injecting sketp, cattle and pigs Heliotrope toxicity m sheep and cattle Anthrax and Ihe firmer Bladder stones in farm animals Clostridial diseases of sheep, cattle end game Recognising foot and mouth disease Fleece rot and Reece discoloration PEM - a nervous condition of sheep Fink eye in sheep Foot abscess in sheep Ovine brucellosis Fiule rot in sheep Scabby mouth in sheep What footrot is and how to handle it Facial eczema of sheep and cattle Fhalaris poisoning of sheep Blowfly strike Preventionof pregnancy toxaemia t* Mallei ewm Mastitis in sheep Canonic aspect? Costsand returns of a cereal farm in Ihe northern Wimmera Grom margins for sheep A cattle in the Melbourne district Grossmargins of sheep/vealcr enterprises in N/EVic Costaand returns of t sheep/catdc farm; Western District Intensive lambing can be prod tabic Gross margins for sheep enterprises in East Gipptland • Grossmargins of sheep enterprises in S/W Victoris Vsiuesof iheep snd lamb skins Cquipmem and supplies Gste catches for sheep yards snd sheds 1: Hand operated Gate catches for sheep yards endsheda 2; Remote operation .Steel tube for use in sheep yards feeding and feeds Feeding of stock at the end of tdrought Mineral and vitamin supplements for sheep Choosing a drought feed for sheep Introducing sheep to drought rations Drought niions for sheep Feeding of sheep in the Melbourne district Urea supplements for gracing sheep Ways of feeding a supplement to sheep Harvesting oats for sheep - hay Or grain? Feeding sheep with tnticale Lupin grain as s feed for sheep Fertility Clover infertility in ewee Handling Races snd ramps for gettingsheep sway Sheephandling units Bugle-shaped sheep yards Circular sheep yards Design of sheep yards Drafting facilities in sheep yards More farts about bugle-shaped sheep yards* Working races for sheep yards Plans of a lamb marking and mulesing cradle Husbandry Timingof Sheep handling operations W East Gippsland Managementof sheep to avoid Ayttnke Code of accepted farming practice for the welfare of sheep Intensivelambing can be profitable

Order

Agdea


number

number


479

432/45


Vfl

433/13


10)2

430/10


1233

434/12


347

400/1*'


1101

  • 00/652


1132

  • 00/63)


62)

  • 00/633


157

  • 00/653


361

400/653


704

430/630


14(1

430/632


469

430/633


21

430/633


2046

430/653


373

430/65)


461

430/633


24)

430/633


463

430/634


1613

430/657


3

430/662


410

433/22


1025

433/653


2039

110/120


1130

400/117


24*4

400/117


2036

400/120


1499

430/22


2146

430/117


1661

430/117


1433

430/133


2236

430/720


2237

430/720


2231

430/722


2107

400/57


1115

430/30


1776

430/52


301

430/56


1777

430/57


1562

430/37*


1176

430/57


1771

430/37


1970

430/60


2004

430/6)


1040

430/63


1566

433/46


3(6

430/75


323

430/75


911

430/722


641

430/722


343

430/722


2234

430/722


1112

430/722


2235

430/722


1222

431/724


642

430/10


702

430/14


2026

430/20


1499

430/22 33


All Apgfi

Order

Agdu

■ember

■umber

Pink-dropping ofwethers

n*

430/74

How to keep sheep dean for slaughter

112

410/70

Seasonal remtnden- sheep health

11

430/430

Rearing orphaned lamb*

1022

431/23

Shepherding lambs

411

411/21

Lamb marking

1714

411/24

Husbandry of rams

1M

412/45

Management of lambing Owes

232

413/13

Management of weaner sheep

2010

413/10

Marketing

Livestock market outlets

107*

400/140

How to keep sheep clean for slaughter

112

4M/70

Importing and caponing sheep

1734

430/431

Livestock Market Reporting Service • for

724

410/Mt

sheep producers

Methods of selling sheep and Umfaa

1013

410/144

Stiactmg prime iambs for sale

472

414/10

Avtaafm

Control of liver fluke

331

400/441

How to control hydatid disease

351

400/643

Kadsanditchmite

30

410/642

Sheep blowflia of Victoria

1411

410/642

Sheep lice

SI

430/642

The control of sheep lice, keds and itchmitt

1447

4KV642

Control of roundworms in sheep in

20*1

430/643

north-eastern Victoria

Control of roundworms in sheep in

2045

430/643

south-western Victoria

 Mtcueds
       

Weighing Seeca

1334

437/12

Shearing

Race* and ramp* foe getting sheep away

114

430/73

Fawcett mat sheanng bo*fllt

170*

430/720

Raised shearing bonds

1*7

430/720

Sliding ebuta for getting sheep away

111

430/724

Tipping chuta for getting sheep iwey

1*0

430/724

Stocking rates

Stocking rate and productivity of sheep (a

112

430/10

the Wimmera

Slocking rate* for sheep in Gippeiand

701

430/14

Were* rtauiremtnts

Water supplies for sheep

2131

430/31

Shaapdip

Shatp dipping preparation*

1471

430/611

Shespdefli

How to control hydatid disease

331

400/663

Sckction and training of sheep dogs

1194

464/00

Sheep yarde tee Stock yards

 Shaapehlna
       

Gettiag higher returns from Sheepskins

124*

430/S3

Values of sheep ind lamb skins

1411

430/153

Shetkoie

Apricot scab (shothole)

717

217/633

Aomin

Armillaria; a root disease of tree* and shrub*

1331

200/633

Floating tree* and shrub*

MS

210/20

Fruning of selected ornamemal plants

127

280/23

Traa and shrubs for special purposa

444

280/12

Fuchsia*

«0!

283/12

Flaming out shrubs and shifting trees

132

284/21

Planting homy and polka flora for beet

2137

300/11

Varieties

Treat end shrub*

4M

280/13

FH storage for stl* ft

2174

100/32

Selecting* storage for silage

2171

100/32

Storing iilage in rolls

2175

100/32

Maiae silage

2420

127/32

Silage quality

2114

130/32

Stlf-fecding of silage

11)1

400/36

Spring glaring management anti allege

17*1

410/31

making

Silage • its value to dryland daityfarmers

21*0

410/61

SiM

Pit storage for silage

2174

100/32

Selecting a storage for silage

2171

100/32

Grain storage on the farm

1470

102/61

Treating sioraga before filling with grain

1140

110/6)3

34




Fumigating gram storaga Design of silo* for control of (nut inaacta Staling Sealingulo outlet* and inlets Scaling ulo* Silosealant* Why seel gnua atlaeJ Silver beet Rc«l beet and atlver beet * weefcontrol Sitter leaf discern Stiver-leaf ducat* of fruit crope SUverfleh Controlofclotbcs moths and carpet bettla in clothing Stlonaweevil in lucerne and madia Ittsecuctda.molluictctdei and nematicidaa for vegetable* Conirolling snailstnettrua andvtnaa Sail acidity Growinglupins on acid toil* in the Wimmera aMV y Soil laluuty and plant growth Sad* Whatia toil? Sodafor bowls and golf grtena Forthe new fanner; toils and topography qf theMelb dial Araratitalnci Soda of the Ararat district Ballarat dinner Sods of the Ballarat district Drainage Mol* drainage Station How10 crop and not lot* sml « Protecting batters front erosion protecting your home property front erosion Sod drift in the Malice Fertility Treatment of cut areas afterlandforming Fumigation Soil fumigation Gentium Kilty Sod* for fruitgrowing in theGoulburn Valky-Cobram area Salting in the Goulbum Valley Magnesium contenr Sod magnesium deficiency on theBeUarine Peninsula Malltt Soildrift in the Malle* Management Gypium and ripping improvesubsoil permeability improving garden soil T reatmenl of cut areas after landforming Sitrogen conttnt A nitrogen lest for black soilsin the Wimmera Organic nnttnt Organic matter for row crop* Salinity Sod Salinity and plant growth Salting in the Goulburn Vrlley Sampling How to take soil samples foranalysis Sampling soils and plants for esamination of nematodes Totting and analysis Understandingthe reports of soil tests for pastures How to use tensionieten Wimmera Anitrogen tat for black sods in the Wimmera

Order

Agdea

number

number

1747

110/611

1329

732

2147

102/732

2111

102/712

212*

t02/732

232*

102/712

2444

230/640

1241

210/611

104

612

1301

121/622

2235

207/6*0

1102

220/622

132*

142/20

• 24

302

1*05

216/300

1129

286/304

2404

300

2435

300

241

311

1434

333

  • 21

100/372

M2

370

m

370

  • 20

371

2004

530

1)91

600

till

210/323

47*

360

2'31

531

  • 20

371

120

310

740

310

2004

310

1002

511

330

207/314

24

302

471

360

403

333

too

622

1247

130/311

2240

360

1002

311


7m. tree

AllAsMte* Snlarr;**a(bnac*n Solar heaters foe hot-wuerrywem* Stnahia Tobacco-aandbnd diseases Growing(rain sorghum 10 Npflhtrn Victoria Summer fodder crop* for Centraland East Gippsland Toxicology Cyanidepossoning oflivestock by forage •orghume m-- b- 9WW teeOralis Snath Gfppeiaad sneGippsland Snwtag Renowing pax tire in theHamilton district Colts Contract rates 1913 •cultivation Serbian Growing soybean Staying Spayed betfers do not grow morequickly Speckled leaf Match Rust,take-ell and other fungi in cereal crops Speckled leaf blotch of wheat Rad-back spiders Spiaach Spinach growing Spinach in the home garden Spinning Selecting wool for handapuuuag Spacta grounds Maintenance ofTifdwarf bowlinggreens Cricket wickets and tennis courts Making sports ovals Soils for bowls and golf greens Spraying Marking systems for boomsprayers Almond Almond spray program for theMalice Afft* Pom*fruit - pests, diseases k chemicals for their control Spray program for commercialapple growers Ayrtcot Apricot spray program for theMalice Spray programs for commercial apricot and cherry growers Cherry Cherryspray program for commercial growers Speayprograms for commercial apneot and cherry grower* Ntctarine Peach and nectarine sprayschedule frock Peach and nectarine sprayschedule Aar Pomefruit • pests, diseases A chemicals for their control Spray program for commercialpear growers Spray program for peats grown for the fresh market ffum Phua and prune spray program forthe MaUee Strawberries Strawberries • pest and duets*control Tobacco Insect t patrol in tobacco VtttubUs EAQrit spraying of vegetablecropa Spraytag eqalpawat Herbicidespraying- calibration of equipment Filtering systems for chemical sprayers Anata**

Older

Agdea


Order

Agdea


number

number


number

number




Norales for field sprayers

2313

744


1133

7a

Preparation and operation of e boom sprayar

1139

744




Controlled droplet appUcatoes for wead

66)

IM/Hi


2134

111/633

control Pumps for chemical sprayers

2311

734


1691

113/10

Sprinkler irrigation






Effective sprinkler precipitation

1711

200/563


2343

120/(0

Mintspnnkler and microspray irrigation for

 orchards
     

1097

210/753




The economics of overhead irrigation in

1422

241/120


1960

400/632

vines






Sqaaba see Pigeons

 Stnblrgy
     

     

     
       

     

     

Sublefties

1902

612


1117

130/22

The control Of Sim ga-U^. 9MNI.

1330

612


A design for a stable for two hone*

  • 17

460/721


2132

114

Suggen,gra«

 ace Graaa tetany
     

     

     
       

1331

141/10

Stallion*




Management of stallions

1*9

460/13


(622

422/26

Reproduction of hones * the stallion

 State*
     

949

460/43


331

110/637

see Beef cattle




1172

112/633

Stem rot





Tobacco-seedbed disease*

2134

1*1/63)


106

612

Stiakiagsaast of wheat ate Wheat smut




2013 63 314

232/1I 2a/12 437/*1

Stock sccLtvestock Stockyards




Advances in dairy shed and yard design

4*9

410/721


1127

2*6/10

A circular cattle-handling facility for 10-50

 head
     

1321

420/722


443

216/16

A circular cattle-handling facility for 50-300

1326

420/722


4*2

286/16

head *




1129

2*6/304

Forcing yards with 360-degree gates

2196

420/*22


2314

744

A sliding gate for cattle races

1400

420/724


Gale catches for sheep yards and shods 1;

 Hand operated
     

2236

430/720



246/600


766

Gat* catches for sheep yards and sheds 2:

 Remote operation
     

2237 1021

430/720



2230

211/6*0

Slide-swing gates ui shearing sheds and

 sheep yards
     

430/720



776

212/600

Bugle-stuped sheep ysrds

911

430/722




Circular sheep yards

Ml

430/722




Design of sheep ysrds

345

430/722


763

217/600

Drifting facilities in sheep yards

2234

430/722


77*

217/600

More facts about bugle-shaped sheep yard*

1112

430/722




Steel tube for us* in sheep yards

2238

430/722




Working races for sheep yards

2233

430/722


2414

217/600

Stone (Vuit

 see Fruit
     

     

     
       

771

217/600

StnrkabUI





213/600

Control of long storksbiU (corkscrew) in

 pastures
     

1015

130/642


2293

Strangle*




2293

213/600

Immunisation of hones sgainst tetanus and

 strangles
     

931

460/633


2230

211/610

Strawberries Growing strawberries in Southern Victoria

2199

244/11


'773

213/600

The Victorian Ceriiffcd Strawberry Runner

701

244/43


2033 764

213/6*0 416/600

Scheme Diseases and pests Strawberries - pal and disease Control

 Strawberry clover
     

2353

244/600


Perennial clovers • white, red and strawberry

 Stripe ran
     

1337

137/30




2333

244/600

Smpe rust of wheat

 Subterranean clover
     

1134

1(2/633


23a 1*90

1*1/622

Ctovtr infertility in ewes

 Diseases and posts
     

13a

433/46


250/744

Clover scorch disease of subterranean clover

1211

137/633




Root tot of subterranean clover

230*

137/633


377

6S2/744

Subterranean clover red-leaf vtru*

12)2

137/633


2312

744

Subterranean clover stunt virus

1213

137/633






35


AUAgnote*

Order

Agdei



Varieties

number

number



The recommended vemtiea of subterranean

 clover
     

1423

137/32



How to identify sub clover yerietic*

 Sulphur
     

2419

137/33



Sulphur for Victorian pastures

 Sulphur dioxide
     

1313

I3b/331



Sulphur dioxide fuinigxtion of (rapes in

 plastic tents
 Sulteiiee
     

1100

243/65



The economics of buytni > sultana block in

 Sunrayst*
     

2010

241/812



Drying sultanas compered with supplying

 wineries
     

366

241/817



Profitability of retreliisini sultanas: dried

 fruit protin
     

!3?1

241/120



Economics planting sultami oo own

 roota/grafted rootstock
     

1424

241/821



Managemtrii of 5 u! tana (rafted to Rantsey

 rooutcck
     

1748

243/20



Producing sultanu for the table

611

243/23



Dipping, rack spraying and drying of

 sultanas (Turkish)
     

1862

243/55



Dipping, rack spraying and trellis drying of

 sultanas
     

18

243/53



Trellis drying of sultanas

13

243/53



Dried vine fruit: from picking to drying reck

 (Turkish)
     

1860

243/37



Dried vine fruit:from picking to the drying

 rack

Sunflowers

16

243/37



Dryland sunflowers

 Diseases and pests
     

2301

145/10



SclerOtini a stem rot of sunflower

 Economic aspects
     

2019

145/633



Cross margins of crops in southern Victoria

 Irritation
     

2061

100/817



Growing irrigated sunflowers

 Paricrfer
     

161

145/21



Sunflower varieties

 Superaaautina
     

2299

143/32



Retirement eshemes for primary producers

 Superpkocpkasee
     

1483

(30



Handling tk applying phosphorus (eritlisen

 for field crops
     

209)

100/540



Alternatives to superphosphate for pastures

1332

130/340



Facts and faJiiuia about superphosphate on

 pastures
     

2274

130/541



How much super for pastures?

1432

130/542



Superphosphate for pastures to til t Benai’i

 district
     

1304

130/542



When to apply super in the Wodonga district

 Swales

tee Gaypan soils

 Swedes

Diseases and pests

261

130/542



Crucifers • pest and disease control

 Sweetcherry
     

2109

233/600



Crowing sweet cherries

 Swwet cars
     

1257

217/20



Sweet corn production

1741

268/11



Sweet com in the home garden

 Diseases and pests
     

74

268/12



Sweet com - pest and disease control

 Weed controi
     

1132

111/600



Sweet com - weed control

 Swiauniag pwois
     

1664

ft 1/640



Foot chemicals * hidden hazards

 Swine ftvtr
     

2249

616



Swine fever and African twine fever

 Tall tags
     

1394

440/658



Cattle tail Ufa

 Take-all disease
     

43

401/650



Take-all of cereals

1774

110/631



Rust, take-all and other fungi in cereal crops

 TaO free v<
 see Fescue
 TaewriUo
     

331

130/637



Taminllin

ttt

238/(1



Tamanllo or tree tomato

12(8

244/12








36 OlderA|du ember number

Tangerian see Mandarin

 Tasks

see Water tanks

 Tinning

How to utn skins and hides at borne

<23

404/80

Target spot

 Target spot of apples
     

723

212/633

Target spot(early blight) of potatoes

1571

262/633

Tuition Changes to income tax in 1990

1401

875

Changes to income tax in 1981

1732

875

Changes to income tax rf* 1982

2040

875

Changes to income tax in 1983

2373

873

How tax is levied on primary producers

2000

875

income averaging<fc tax sa.wgs from tax

2372

175

deductible expend

 Income equalisation deposits
     

2351

875

Provisional taxation and self-assessment

1999

875

Taxation aspects of investing tri fanr-i assets

2364

875

Teem Telling a horse’s age by its teeth

953

460/07

Dental problems which effect borsce

994

460/632

Temlante.-s How to tvvi ieaskxnctent

2260

560

Tcrrariume Bottle gardens and terrariums

137

287/12

Teat stripe Using test strips to work out fertiliser needs

1014

(30/544

of pastures

 Test veils
 toe Wells
 Tetanus

immunisation of horses against tetanus and

931

460/633

strangles Clostridial diseases of goals

(601

470/653

Tbtraanl insulathM tee Insulation (beat) a

 Thermometers usd thermometry

Shelters for orchard and vtney* •

605

203/710

thermometers

 Thoroughbred bane

The value of pedigrees

I2t

460/30

Ticks Keds and ttchmite

50

430/662

The control of sheep lice, keds and itebmite

1667

430/662

TUUgt Deep tillage to correct compaction of

2502

130/514

pasture soils Tobacco: soil preparation and cultivation

1(83

181/20

Development of modern orchard

2225

210/10

management Caits Contract rata 1983 • cultivation

2132

814

Tahaeca History of tobacco growutg in Victoria

 The tobacco industry in v’.ctona
     

1(81

181/00

1758

181/00

Tobacco • managing hail-damaged crops

2160

111/10

Tobacco-land rotation

2455

181/11

Growing tobacco seedlings

1194

181/22

Metodo di crescere germogli di labacco

1193

181/22

Planting and Spacrog of tobacco

1739

181/22

Topping and tuckering tobacco

1115

181/24

Curing Flue-curing of tobacco

1760

181/62

Tobacco bulk curing units

17*2

181/736

Diseases and pests

 Insect control In tobacco
     

2364

181/622

Tobacco-bam rot

2161

161/6)3

Tobacco • blue mould

2139

111/633

Tobacco - leaf spot diseases

2136

111/633

Tobacco • root snot nematodes

2153

181/633

Tobacco - seedbed diseases

2154

181/633

Tobacco mosaic Virus

2137

111/633

Tobacc i yellow dwarf

2131

181/633

Fertilisers and manures

 Fertilising the tobacco crop
     

1761

111/542

Haneshnf Harvesting flue-cured tobacco

1116

181/50

htlW AIIApotu Irritation Irrigation ol tcbncco Stilt Tobacco: icil preparation andcultivation Srontt* Tobacco -bun rot Varieties Tobacco varieties for Victona Tebecte Mae awaW Tobacco-blue mould Tabnccsbafiworm Intact control in tobacco Tobacco mosaic tin* Tobacco mosaic virus Tobacco yellow dwarf Tobacco yellow dwarf Tomatoaa Earlytomato production in the Malice Tomatoes for processing - machine harvested Tomatoes for the fresh market Pro nui|, tying and support of tomatoes Early tomatoes tn the home garden Donut and paa Root-knotnematodes on parsnips, carrots and tomatoes Controlof pests and diseases of direct-seeded tomatoes Tomatoesfor proccsaini - pest and disease control Tomatoesfoe fresh market - Control of pests Tomatoes for fresh market • control of Hsaaaamt fewand Irjitlonan Tomato processing industrylegislation Kiptntnt Advancing the ripening oftpmatoca Varieties A new tomato for earlyharvesting New tomatoes for special purposes IV,ed control Tomatoes - weed control Toiaeetia of pregnancy Pregnancytosaemia in beef Cows Prevention of pregnancy tosaemia in Malice ewes TriceClemens Trace elements for pastures inVictoria Trace element deficiencies in rcgetable crops Tractors Controllingtractor wheelslip for best efficiency Froot-wheel-suist tractors Power output of currentagricultural tractors Tractrr power ratings Whatin look for m official tractor test reports Working a tractor engine Tractor fuel economy Tractor oils CoU another ttarn Wes in fuel Etkipmeniand tuppltes Hydraulic breakaway couplings for tractors Portable power take-off dynamometers for tractors Safitjr Tractor safety cabins Tractoe safety regulations Tfm Tractor tyres, loadlngandballast Tractor tyres; operation and maintenance Tractor tyres: types and construction Traatomata seeTamarilto Tran Metric tree-planting guide Plantingand eanng for young fruit trees in borne orchards »«w.na*

Order

Agdes


Order

Agdcx


a amber

■uasber


number

number




Preparing for tree planting its the Coulbura

1737

210/21


1114

111/560

Valter Pianung trees and throbs

445

290/20


III)

191/20

Treea and throbs for special purposes

446

210/32




Planting out throbs and shifting trees

132

294/21


1161

191/633

Farm tree plantations: thinning and pruning

635

300/25


Tree improvement and maintenance

636

SOOTS


1112

191/32

Windbreaks

109

300/34


jrlantiag honey and pollen flora for bam

2357

300/39


2159

191/633

Trees on the farm

299

331/10


Pianung treea on the farm

 Diseases and ptttt
     

297

331/21 200/633


2366

191/622


Anmtlana: a root disease oftreao and shrub*

1551


2157

191/633

leafscorch of plane treat

 Varieties
     

11)

294/633


2156

111/633

Median for the home garden

1277

211/12


Treea and throbs

444

290/1)


1509

261/11

Trelliaaa




2341

261/11

The Tatura Trellis - construction

2497

210/23




Nutrition of trees grown on the Tatura trellis

350

210/532


1100

261/11

Cropping targets for Tatura trellis peaches:

129

215/21


1054

261/23

pruning

2316



77

262/12

Training peach and nectarine treason

 Tatura Trellis
     

215/23



2411

260/637

Thinning peach trees trained on a Tatura

 trellia
     

225

215/25


715

26|/600

Training plum trees on Tatura Trellia

2317

216/23




Training sprKot trees on Tstura Trellis

2395

217/23


1147

261/600

Trellis design for vines

1147

241/11



Pro6Ubthty of retrellismg sultanas: driesj

1334

241/120


2012 2041

261/622 261/633

fruit prodn

 Costing vine trellises
     

1122

241/921


Trellis drying of sultanas

15

243/5)




Trcllising of loganberries

1730

244/23


2340

261/172

Treacbta






Digging trenches safely

2115

030


1035

261/25

Trickle Urigarioa e




1042

261/32

Design of low-flow irrigation syttema

1534

200/560


Installation of

1949

200/560


1041 2437

261/32 261/640

microyet/mini-ipnnkJer/tnckle systems

 Timing of trickle irrigation
     

1236

200/566


Irrigating Tatura trellis orchards

264

210/566




Trickle irrigation: the water needs of young

273

215/561


153

424/654

peach trees




410

433/22

Tnckle irrigstion vineyards leaves lest salt

1477

241/560




nearrobts Micro-irrigition emitters

2179

560


1931

130/531

Maintenance of trickle irrigation systems

202

566


1190

207/532

Reducing blockages of trickle irrigation

 systems
     

1

566


1095

762

In-line liter for trickle irrigation

2t4

566/753


2396

762 762 762 762

Trittenie

 Growing trittcalc
 Economic aspects
     

1377

117/20


2305 1751 2411


Gross margins of crops in southern Victoria

206)

100/917


Profitability of oats

2053

113/920


1096

762

Profitability of tnticale

2052

117/920


1143

763

Vanities




1201

763

Sources of registered seed of field crops, 1914

2344

100/45


Tnticale vaneties

1199

117/30


2322

763

Tyalla -a new tnticale variety

1)55

117/30


Towan - a new tnticale vsnety

1944

117/31


robs 1705 2273 1734

762 762 - 762

 762
     

Triticale as feed

 Feeding Sheep with triticale

Trash rot see Phytophthora Trust companies

2004

430/63


Cash management trails

2019

930


1791

762

Tuberculosis




1799

762

Eradication of tuberculosis in cattle, ptgs

543

400/653


1797

762

and poultry The bovine tuberculosis-free herd

942

401/6)3




accreditation plan

 Tuberculosis tn pigs
     

2123

440/653


163

2)0/21

Tantwi aastb




797

210/21

Insect pests of past urea in the Hamilton

2295

1)0/622


37 AUAgaotea Tart Mealso Lawns: Sports grounds Maintenance of lawns Cricket wickets and tennis count Making sports ovals Tuff propagation Calculatingareas of turf Diseases and pests Turfpens I Turfpests II Parasiticdiseases and disorders of turf Pest and weed control m lawns Turf disorders, symptoms, and control Control of fairy rings and slime moulds in , turf Control of parasitic diseases ofturf Fungicides for turf Fertilisers and manures Turf nutrition Liming for turfgrowth Commercial fertilisers for turf Fertilising greens and fairways Maintenance Maintenanceof lawns Maintenance of Ttfdnerf bowling greens Managing turf Maintaining turf Thatch,rootmat and Cultivation ofturf Watering turf Non-parasitic diseases anddisorders Varieties Turfgrasses Hybrid couch grasses Wood control Pestand weed control in lawns Weeds in turf TurfResearch Institute, Franhsf sacFrankston. Turf Research Institute Turkeys Raising turkeys Turkish language sgnntes Frost» its nature and control (Turkish) Zincsprays for fruit setting m vines (Turkish) Furrowirrigation of vines (Turkish) Blackspot of grapevines (Turkish) Downymildew of grapevines (Turkish) Dipping, rack spraying and drying of sultanas (Turkish) Rackspraying St. dipping to produce dried raisins (Turkish) Driedvine fruit, from picking lo drying rack (Turkish) Turnips Win ter fodder crops Turnips in the home girdcn Diseases and posts Crucifers < pest and disease control Twwspotted mite Hops- control of mites and insect peels Two-spotted mite The effect of chemicals on Toccidentals Tyree Tractor tyres* tOading andballast Tractor tyres: operation and maintenance Tractor tyres: types and construction Undergo osad gram caterpillar! The underground grasscaterpillar Turf pests I Turf pests II Uraaaafeed Urea suppleraenta for grazingsharp Vaccination see Injections VSCB Farmdeities 11 Milk rooms and refrigented bulk milk Howto increase milk storage on deity farms Cleaning the bulk milk vat 31

Order

Agdex


Order

Agdcs


aumber

number

VeaJere tee Calves

number

aumber


MS 44} 442

2*6/10 286/16 286/16

Vegetable research




The Vegetable Research Station, Frankstou

1039

207/933


1122

286/21

Vegetables




im

216/010

see also Potatoes; tomatoes: broccoli etc.






Vegetable growing north and west of

14*9

200/00


431

2*6/622

Melbourne




439

2*6/622

Commercial vegetable growing m Victoria

2348

207/00


1123

28S/630

Yields of vegetable crops

2240

207/01


303

2*6/630

Hygiene m vegetable crops

1047

207/11


1124

286/632

Vegetable growing in the Loddon-Campaape

103*

207/11


1126

286/633

region Crop rotation in the home garden

972

207/2*


1123

286/633

Vegetable advisory Service

1994

207/900


1907

216/6*3

Vegetable growing in East Gtppsland

1614

250/00




Efficient spraying of vegetable crops

1690

230/744


1(21

2*6/332

Windbreaks for vegetable crops

1041

300/34


17*3

286/534

Ballarat district




1906

286/540

Vegetable gardens for the Ballarat district

1036

207/12


1106

2*6/542

Diseases and peso






Insecticides, moUusctcides and ncmsticidcs

2255

207/6*0


US

2*6/10

for vegetables




1*27

2*6/10

Fungicides for vegetable*

2254

207/6*3


422

2*6/10

Control seed-bome diseases with a hot-water

2220

230/22


433

286/20

bath




17*5

286/20

Sclerotlma in vegetable crops

(193

250/633


440

286/561

Crucifers - pest and disease control

2109

253/600


435

216/632

Blackleg of cabbage, cauliflower and relatsd

 piaau
     

527

253/63}


421

286/30

Fertilisers and manures




1121

286/32

Lime and gypsum for row crops

335

207/330



256/630

Organic matter for row crops

550

207/536


303

Green manure crops for vegetable

1076

207/537


1901

2*0/640

production Vegetable cropping with fowl manure

1053

207/33*




Feeding vegetables through their leaves

2221

207/540




Fertilisers for vegetables

103*

207/542


321

433/10

Irritation






Use of low quality water foe vegetables

2023

250/363


1*63

200/023

Law and legislation




(164

241/25

Buying vegetable sssds

361

207/4*


1166 1*67 1*63 1*62

241/564 2417633 241/633 243/55

Markstint Marketing protection for fruit and vegetable

 growers

Marketing protection for (rowc-s

 Nutrition
     

2513 1074

201/(4* 207/14*


1161

243/55

Trace element deficiencies In vegetable crape

 Sands and seedlings
     

(190

207/532


1*60

243/57

Vegetable Seeds and seedlings * how to work

 out quantities
     
  • 36

207/21




Buying vegetable seeds

361

207/4*


1S61

120/10

Vegetable stalling production

1969

250/20


71

267/12

Control seed-bome diseases with a hot-water

 bath
     

2220

230/22


2109

253/600

Soils





Lime end gyr^'-<or row crops

533

207/3)0


2162

112/622

Spraying




1721

200/622

Efficient iprayuig ofvegetable erope

1690

250/744


654

616/610

Storage






Temperature and humidity measurement in

11(7

201/63


179*

762

cool stores




1799

762

Measuring CA storage atmospheres with the

2391

210/63


1797

  • 742

Orsat apparatus

 Stonge life of vegetables
     

1962

250/(0


1026

130/612

Veiftgram




43*

216/622

Perennial veldt glass

1560

131/10


439

2*6/622

Vermin cwatrwl




1176

430/57

Elactnc fences for vermin and wildlife:

 fencing design
     

2316

723




Electric fences for vermin and wildlife:

 ptiociplei
     

2315

723


24M

4(0/721

VerridlUaai will Vtnictllinm wilt of deciduous fruit trees

1261

210/633


2190

410/721

Vesicular stmuarilia




1315

416/12

Some esotic disrates of hones

937

460/633






taw'tea


All Agaote*

Order

A|dea


Order

Afdca


MMbCf

number


Mnbtc

number

Veterinary tehtretarias



Watercaacb



The Regional Veterinary Laboratory,

90

400/630

Paspalum and water couch

1209

134/20

Batmsdak



Water supply



The Regional Veterinary laboratory,

91

400/*30

see also Pumping machinery



Benalla



Water su pplies for a small farm

714

511

The Regional Veterinary Laboratory,

92

400/m

Water table



Bendigo



Test wells m the Malice

  • 47

203/533

The Regional Veterinary Laboratory,

19

40(Vi3O

Hitetllthg teat-wells

2(9

210/330

Hamilton



Weltr teali'



Veterinary aedldaao



Clearing muddy water 2: Add clearing

1*11

542

Use of antibiotic] in animal feeds

1464

400/(30

chemicala/tanks/dams



Oral administration of medicine* to hstse*

993

460/20

Ring tanks in irrigation arena

1*37

343

Veterinary gnaraatias



Watermelons



tee Quarantine



Watermelons

291

2*4/11

Vieteeian aytealtnral agalgateai Uaieaa rammittea


Weed central



A procedure for resolving comptamu about

2306

700

see also Herbicides



farm machine*



The use of (oats in weed control

1*7*

470/1*

Victorian broiler ladaacry ntfettettea caamlttae



Weed control in irrigation channcii and

207

340/(40

The Victorian Broiler Industry Negotiation

2201

452/114

drains



Committee



Weed control in home gardens

9*

  • 40

Vlctacina certified strswbeery ranner ichcaae



Control of soursob

1393

(42

The Victorian Certified Strawberry Runner

701

244/43

Oulu control

2422

  • 42

Scheme



£guipmtnt and applies



Vlctarian farmer* and trader] saanclertaa



Rope Wick appltcaton for selective control of

227*

100/640

Farmer organisations in the Wodonga

2193

901

weeds



district



FitUcmpt



Vlctarian graperinc impravaateot pragntn



Biology and control of radish

230*

100/6*2

Obtaining grapevine rootstock material

1920

241/35

Chemical weed control tn cereal crops

2322

110/640

within Victoria



Early spraying boosts Wimmcra wham

439

112/642

Supply of virus-tested grapevine cuttings

1*34

241/35

yields



Vina diseases tf pleats



Weed control in lucerne

371

121/640

see also Specific disease name or host plant



Controlling weeds in lupins

1144

142/640

Plant virus diseases

1240

  • 33

Controlling weeds tn Held peas

2143

166/640

VWcultara



Control of hoary cress

2141

642

are Crape*



Fruit



Vriama dnaraiiaarisae



Chemical control of weeds to atrua

1I2S

220/642

Measurement on farms

1303

010

Chemical control of weeds m irrigated

12*7

241/642

Wagae



vineyards



The Dairy Farm Worker* Award

201*

410/123

Wead control Under drying racks

1129

243/642

Walk thronth dairies



rag-



Farm dairieai 4 Con venmg from

2429

410/721

weeds tn turf

1904

2(6/640

walkthrough to herringbone



Vegetable)



Walnet



Sweet corn - weed control

1*6*

111/(40

Suppliers of plant material for nut growen

2219

243/43

Red beet and silver beet • weed control

244*

250/(40

Crowing walnuts

1235

246/20

Celery-weed control

2442

252/MO

Propagation of walnuts

11*9

246/24

Lettuce - wesd control

2441

252/640

Dittata and ptstt



Broccoli - weed control

2444

254, (40

Control pests/diseasei m vanoua friuta in

TO

220/641

Brussels sprouts - weed control

2445

25*r(40

home orchardi



Cabbage • weed control

2443

254/(40

Pests and disease* of walnuts

30

266/600

CautiDcwer - weed control

2434

254/(40

Warngut district



Onions • weed control

2447

256/(40

Climate of the Warragui dutnet

23*3

020

Beans (Phaaeolus vulgaris) • wead control

2440

254/(40

Wemmmbiiiil district



Peas-weed control

24)1

259/(40

Wamtambool dutnet monitor farm project.

241*

4Q0/II0

Tomatoes • wead control

2437

261/640

1942-43



Potatoes-weed control

2439

262/640

Sheep production in the Warmambool

2277

430/01

Weed control programs for potatoes

1379

262/(40

district



Asparagus - weed control

132*

266/640

Wamuuabool district

22M

041

Carrots • weed control

2444

267/(40

Warts



Parsnips. weed control

1317

267/640

Warn on cattle

1132

401/653

Weedlddea



Waabenifer bolts and serawsl



see Herbicides



Utntifieatitm



Weevils



Bolt and fastener identification

19*3

710

Sitona weevil tn lucerne and medics

1301

121/622

Waapa



Tbe white-fringed weevtl

1*04

130/622

European and English wasp*

2342

  • 12

Pea weevil

1*77

166/622

Waate disposal


The frUii-tree toot weevil Leptopius

73*

210/(22

see also Effluent



aquilidus



Disposal of farm offal

1*43

400/44

Weights and medeane



Water



Measurement on farm*

1303

010

filtration


Write



Filtration for

1932

200/3*0

Test well] in the Malice

  • 47

203/355

■ucrojet/mmi-spnnkler/IncU* systems



Installing test-wells

2*9

210/350

Purification



WestGIppslaad



Water requirements of ptggenes

213*

440/31

seeGtppiland



Clearing muddy water l Amounts clearing

1417

512

Wealem district



chemicals lo add



Hamilr—district monitor fsnn project,

2*2*

400/(10

Clearing muddy water 2: Add clearing

1411

312

1942-43



cbemicais/tanki/damt



Coats and returns of s sheep/cettle farm-

203*

400/420

Sampling



Western District



How to take water samples for anslysis

2409

312

The Hamilton district

2241

Ml

hat. I*M





39

All A|Mtcs

Order

Agdet


wiMbcr

number


Whan*


Wbeatgrowing

1*97

112/20


Fallowing for wheat production in the

1323

112/21


Wimmetm


The effect of front on wheat

1713

112/023


Diseases and pesa


Cacti cyst nematode

2239

110/622


lintel pesta of wheat, oati and barley

190

110/622


Barley yellow dwarf virus in cereal crops

2020

110/633


Cereal cyst nematode ‘ chemical control

1941

110/613


Cereal cyst nematode • registered

1963

110/613


aematietdea


Seed dressings for control of cereal smuts

2431

110/6*3


Speckled leaf blotch of wheat

1172

112/633


Stripe mat of wheat

1134

112/633


Economic ospecU


Grow mar (ins of crops in southern Victoria

2061

100/117


Costs and returns of a cereal farm in the

2039

110/820


northern Wimmcra


Costs and returns of wbeatgrowutg farms in

2399

110/820


IheMallee


Grow martins of wheal on fallow in the

2031

112/817


Wimmcra


Froitability of wheat

2034

112/120


Situation and outlook for wheat

2376

112/160


Hanesting


Contract rates - (rain harvesting and

240*

114


transport. 1913

 Irrigation
   

     

Growing irrigated wheat

1314

112/364


Kinetics


Soercw of registered seed of field crops, 1914

2344

100/43


Matong - a new wheat variety

2233

112/32


Recommended wheat Varieties for t9B4

2321

112/32


Wheat vanetiw for silogroup Dm 1913

2202

112/32


Wheat varieties for silogroup Etn 1932**3

1177

112/32


Wheat varieties for tilogroups B and C in

1176

112/32


1912-13


Wheat varieties for the MeJIee

1712

112/32


Millewa - a new wheat virsety

130

112/33


Katytl, awheel resistant to cereal cyst

1173

112/3*


nematode Weed control


Chemical weed eohtipl in cereal crops

2322

110/640


Control of wild oats in \vheat and buley

10U

110/642


Early spraying boosts Wimmcra wheat

139

112/612


yields Wheat grow


Certification standards for tall wheat gram

307

131/41


Wheat rusts


Rust, take-all arid other fungi in cereal crops

331

110/637


Stripe rust of wheat

1134

112/633


Wheat swat


Smut diseases of cereal crops

346

I10/433


White closer


Certification standards for white clover

303

137/4*


Diseases and pesa


Disesew of white clover-1

2043

137/633


Diurncs of white clover - 2

2176

137/633


■Hlga *-»- * h at ■ Tfww impi MCwH


The white-(ringed weevil

1*04

130/622


WBdaats


Control of erild Oats in wheat Sad barley

1041

110/642


WMradieh


Biology and control of radish

2304

100/642


WBdWa


?


Electric fences for vermin aid wildlife:

231*

723


fencing design


Electric fences for vermin and wikHtfr

2315

723


principles Whaamra


Agriculteral production in the WUnawra

1744

000


Climete in the Konham district

1639

020


Wladheaaks


Windbreaks

101

300/34


Windbreaks for vegetable crops

1041

300/34









40


Older

Agdes


wntn

number

WftBgkaa paaalMfftr

Insect pests of peMuree la the Hemtltoa

2293

130/622

district

Biology tnd control of the wingless

101!

622

grasshopper

 Win fencing
       

Boundary and cattle fences

1197

  • 00/723

Fencing wires

1373

723

Hints on erecting fences

1144

723

Safety and legal aspects of farm fencing

2323

723

Wlreworam

Wireworms in potatoes

119*

242/622

Wedoaga district

Agricultural treads ia the Wodoaga district

1426

ISO

k 1969-79



Waadbsecn

Fruit tree bora moth end small fruit tree

1711

210/622

bora moth

 Waal
       

Carpet wool production

2311

430/00

A list of books about sheep and wool

1177

430/01

Fleece rot and fleece discoloration

704

430/630

Preparing a small wool clip

171

437/12

Baling

Automatic wool pressei

134*

437/721

Classing

Dark fibre contamination in the wool clip

1617

437/12

Doggy and steely wool

1692

437/12

Producing Sharlea premium wool

2163

437/11

Classing small wool dtps

340

437/19

Application of tested yields to floor-price

1327

437/140

wool vslustwa

 Coionred
       

Breeding black sheep

1911

430/30

Economic aspects

The outlook for wool

2374

437/160

Handling

WoolikirtMf Ubki •

1321

437/720

A locks box (o simplify wool handling

674

437/723

Marketing

Wool muket terms

492

437/84

Wool marketing- Objective dip preparation

361

437/83

Application of tested yields to (loor-pnee

1327

437/840

wool valuation

Marketing a small wool dip

1693

437/840

Reading a wool sale catalogue

2306

437/841

Undemanding wool price reports

2433

437/841

How to use wool futures

 Spinning

Selecting wool for haadspuuung

1941

437/846

3*4

437/81

Testing

Fleece testing of rams

216

437/12

Tested wool yield formulas

924

437/34

Wool pre-sale test certificates

283

437/840

Weight

Weighing fleeces

1334

437/32

Wnemn, lalcsriaai and parasitic

Parasite control ui cattle- Northern

2099

411/660

Irrigation District

Control of roundworms ut sheep tit

2098

430/663

north-eastern Victoria

Eaaminatioa of faeces for parasites

939

460/660

Worms and hots in horses

190

460/663

Wotmiw goats

1169

470/663

Yellow scale

Red and yellow scats of citrus

1010

220/622

Ysghmt

How to make yoghurt »t home

♦84

416/070

Zinc

Zmc feriiluCT for pastures and crops

2320

100/541

Zinc fertilisers for Wimmcra crops and

1322

100/341

postures

Zinc sprays for fruit letting lit vines

617

241/23

Zinc Sprays for fruit setting in vines

1164

241/23

(Turkish) Zaeaases

Minimising the spread of loonotic diseases

1312

400/600

in that loirs

Amhtai and the farina

1132

400/633

9m*,\m

AUAgMtM

Order number

Lcptwpiroeii in cattle. pip, tbaep, hone*

 ■ad human*
     

471

How to control hydatid diieaie

533

Lepfoapiroaii in dairy farmer!

1391

Coat diseaiea and public health

 Zucchini
     

1405

Zucchini* in the home garden

49

Growth! zucchini marrowt

391

A|de* number 400/433 400/443 410/453 470/453 244/11 244/20 T DEPARTMENT OFAGRICULTURE STATEMENT 5: PROCEDURES ANDGUIDELINES 1•MANUALS. RULES OF PROCEDURE ETC. Thedocuments listed below are available for Inspection or purchase from the Department of Agriculture, 166 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne. Title of Oocument Ref.Mo. . Organization A1 .Delegation of Authority to Advise and Make Statements A1(1) at the Olstrlct Level , . Corporate Manpower Budgeting A2 . Departmental Computing Policy A3 . Delegations Authorised by theDirector-General A4 ofAgriculture . Manpower Planning Activities in theDepartment A5 ofAgriculture . Employment of Agricultural Dlplomates Inthe A6 Department of Agriculture • . Testimonials to Special Youth EmploymentTraining AT ProgrammeEmployees .Staff development In the Department of Agriculture - A8 . Accident Prevention Programme A9 . induction of New Staff AID . Roleof the Department of Agriculture 1n Environmental All Emergenciesand the Organization of Relief . District Boundaries A12 . Organization Units A13 . Engagement of Consultants B1 . Employment of Secondary School Studentsunder the B7 Education(Work Experience) Act 1974 Bushflres - Departmental role D7 2. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT5: . Departmental motor vehicles - supply and replacement D8 . Disposal of livestock and farm produce DIO . Agricultural chemicals - purchase of unregistered 012 products . Departmental records - ownership of D16 . Confidentiality of Crown Solicitor's opinions D18 . Agricultural farm workers - employment of 022 .Agreement with owners 1n relation to projects on private property 030 . Mechanised office equipment - purchase of 031 . Accommodation at departmental establishments 033 . Ant1-d1scr1m1r.at1on 035 , Careers nights 039

. Biological examination of plants and Insects 042 Chemical examination of samples 046 . Approval of publications 048 . Legal deposit of publications 049 . Boards of survey 050 . Chemical emergencies In agriculture 052 . Computer programs 053 . Aerial spraying - Inspection of alleged damage 054 . Aerial spraying control - Issue of permits 055 . Attendance of officers at conferences 059 . Agnotes 063 . Overseas aid - training for officers from overseas 068 . Commonwealth/Industry Trust Fund administration 075 . Copying and copyright 076 3. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT5 DebitNote Procedure D78 Freedomof Information D79 ComputerisedInformation searches Field days DSO 081 .Guidelines on party political activity by Victorian Government officers andemployees 082 2. PROCEDURESAND GUIDELINES 2.1 PLANTQUARANTINE SECTION Documentsconsulted by officers associated with Plant Quarantine Operations are as follows:- CommonwealthDepartment of Finance - Finance Manual - Thismanual comprises the Commonwealth Audit Act, Finance Regulations and Finance Directions, Plant Quarantine Manual - • Preparedby the Commonwealth Department of Health to assist Plant Quarantine officers with a detailed source of Information to be used within the framework of Plant Quarantine Legislation, l.e. Quarantine Act, Quarantine Regulations and Proclamations. (Restricted for use by Plant Quarantine officers only). Proclamationsunder the Quarantine Act 1908. Quarantineofficers working guide: An Internal guide used to assist officers In the day to day operation of Plant Quarantine. QuarantineOfficers Treatment Schedule. CargoContainers and Unit Loads. 2.2 ANIMALQUARANTINE Thefollowing documents are consulted by officers of the Animal Quarantine Service In the course of administering the Quarantine Act 1980: r AnimalQuarantine Manual AnimalQuarantine Handbook

DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT5: .Manual for the Identification of Exotic Tropical Fish Available from: PetImports Ltd. POBox 149 BrookvaleNSW 2100 . Policyfor the Application of Animal Quarantine Fees . Manualfor the Diagnosis of Exotic Diseases 1n Animals VesicularDiseases Manual . AnimalQuarantine Fee Schedules Available,from:Australian Government Publishing Service .”Recommendations of the Vertebrates Pest Committee Available from: AustralianGovernment Publishing Service . CommonwealthFinance ReguTat1ons/0eterm1nat1ons Available from: AustralianGovernment Publishing Service . VictorianState Treasury Regulations Available from: VictorianGovernment Printer . InternationalA1r Transport Association - live Animal Regulations Available from: I.A.T.A. •" 26Chemln de Joinville PQ Box 160 12/6Colntrln, Geneva Switzerland

  • Port ofMelbourne Manual of Containerized Imports Procedures

Available from: Portof Melbourne CargoFacilitation Committee Cnr.Spencer Street and Flinders Streets MelbourneVic 3000 . A.B.A.H. Manual ofHealth Standards for Bulls Standing at Licensed Semen Production Centres Availablefrom: Australian Government Publishing Service

  • ProsecutionsPolicy of the Commonwealth

Availablefrom: Australian Government Publishing Service . Cargo Containersand Unit Loads - Quarantine Aspects and Procedures Availablefrom: Australian Government Publishing Service . A.B.A.H. Standardsfor the Preparation and Carriage of Sheep by Sea Availablefrom: Australian Government Publishing Service 5. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT5 . A.B.A.H. Standardsfor the Preparation and Carriage of Cattle by Sea Availablefrom: Australian Government Publishing Service . A.B.A.H. Standardsfor the Preparation and Carriage of Horses by Sea - Availablefrom: Australian Government Publishing Service Bureauof Customs Endangered Species list Availablefrom: Australian Government Publishing Service . Bureau of CustomsReferral List . Bovine T.B. andBrucellosis Eradication Campaign Standard Determinations and Rules - Availablefrom: Australian Government Publishing Service All of the above publicationsare available for Inspection at the Animal Quarantine Section of the Department of Agriculture, Ground Floor, 176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne.  » 2.3 DAIRYQUALITY ASSURANCE SERVICES Thefollowing documents are available for Inspection and purchase from the Department of Agriculture, 6/176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne. . Instructions &Guide for Dairy Supervisors Mllkotester Manual Australian Code of Practice forDairy Factories Dairy Test Manual Milk Pasteuriser Operator Manual , Milking Machine Testing Pt I & II . Manual for Orlvers of Bulk Milk Collecting Tankers .2.4 PLANT STANOAROS BRANCH mi* WhereAvailable FieldCrops Inspection Manual (distributed by Department of Primary Industry) PlantStandards Branch, Head Office and Import/Export Services. Summariesof Phytosanltary regulations of Importing countries (distributed by Department of Primary Industry) PlantStandards Branch, Head Office and Import/Export Services, Operationsmanual - Volume 1 Plant Protection Section PlantStandards Branch, Head Office and Import/Export Services, 6. DEPARTMENTOF AGRiCULTURE STATEMENT5: PlantQuarantine Manual (distributed by Department of Health) CargoContainer and Unit Loads (Gratis publication distributed by Department of Health, Canberra) FumigationManual PlantStandards Branch, Head Office and Import/Export Services. PlantStandards Branch. Head Office and Import/Export Services Section World Trade Centre. PlantStandards Branch, Head Office and Import/Export Services r*«.ctlon World Trade Centre 2.4.1 PlantQuarantine Leaflets: The following are working guides for Inspectors Ui£M mi* No. 6 QuarantineInspection of Overseas Mall. 7 Landingof Ships (Dunnage) Port of Melbourne, 8 Quarantine Supervision Officers"Post-entry Supervision of Goods restricted entry under Quarantine legislation*. 9 Method of handling Infested wooden packagesat Break-bulk Depots - Wharf areas. 11 Procedurefor Quarantine household effects. 12 Responsibilitiesof the South Wharf Area Quarantine Officer. '13 Authorisationof Immediate delivery of cargo at Import Stationsand use of "may be delivered" stamp. 16 Inspectionof New Zealand seed In containers, 17 SeedInspection and examination. 19 PlantQuarantine Inspections at Seatalner Terminal, Swanson DockWest 20 Procedurefor Interception and on-forwarding of goods after requiringtreatment, 7. DEPARTMENTOF AGRICULTURE STATEMENT5: 21 Procedurefor processing of plant quarantine entries when accompaniedby Treatment Certificates for goods requiring an entry. Direct delivery of Khapra Suspect Commodities. 22B Minimuminspection required on various goods packed in F.C.L. Containers. 25 Importationof nursery stock. 26 FormQ.P.25 - Use In depots and wharves. 27A Procedure for theInspection of Cargo containers ex Giant Snail (AChutlna fullca) Endemic Countries. 28Use of forms Q.P.26, Q.P.25 and Q.P.32. 51 SeedAnalysis - Methods of Sampling. 52 Radio Room Working Guide. r- % 53 ManifestProcedure. 54 TullamarlnePassenger Terminal. 55 TullamarlneCargo Bond Stores, • 56 MaterialC.S.I.R.O. Merbeln. 2.5OIVISION OF VETERINARY FIELD SERVICES .The Vesicular Diseases Manual - Issued yearly. .Animal Health Officer Handbook - Issued yearly. TheBrucellosis Manual - updated yearly. .Interstate Movement Handbook. DATE:6 August 1984 CURRENCYOF STATEMENT: 5 July 1984 731A/9A MINISTEROF AGRICULTURE AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD VICTORIANFREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1982 PART II PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Statement 1

Organization and Functions

Page No


- Establishment

1


- Principal Officer

1


- Address

1


- Acts Administered

1


~ Organization (including organization chart)

2/3


- Functions

4


- Decision Making Powers

4


- Consultative Arrangements

7

Statement 2

Categories of Documents



- Description of Record Keeping Systems

1


- General Policy Correspondence Files

1


- Secondary Storage

1


— Documents at Depots

2


- Employee Files

2


- Miscellaneous

2

Statement 3

F.O.I. Arrangements



- Published Information on FOI

1


- FOI Access Arrangements

1


- Charges Under the Act

2


- Amendment of Personal Records

3


- Nominated Officer of the Board

3

Statement 4

Publicity Services

1

Statement 5

Procedures and Guidelines


- Manuals, Guidelinesand Procedures Used in Decision Making 1 AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD 1- Statement1 AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD ORGANIZATIONAND FUNCTIONS Establishment 1948 PrincipalOfficer Mr. A.J.K. Walker - Chairman df the Board Head Office - Grain House, 123-130South Terrace, Adelaide. S.A. 5000. - G.P.O. Box 1169, Adelaide. S,A. 5001. Telephone: 08-211 7199 Branch Office - 40-44 Chetwynd Street, Melbourne,Vic. 3000. G.P.O. Box 4318, SpencerStreet, Melbourne, Vic. 3001. Telephone: 03-329 5977. country Depots - Ardrossan, Box86 P.O., S.A. 5571. Telephone: 088-37 3107. - PortLincoln, Box118 P.0., S.A. 5606 Telephone: 086-82 1474. - Wallaroo, Box53 P.O., S.A. 5556. Telephone: 088-23 2501. - Geelong, c/-Box 4318, P.O., Spencer Street, Victoria, 3001. Telephone: 052-78 9087. Acts Administered VictorianBarley Marketing Act ~  ! 1958-1983 SouthAustralian Barley Marketing Act 1947-1983. AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD ORGANIZATIONCHART

Statement1 ^yiI5ALIAN_BARLEY-BgARD BoardMembers A.J.K. Walker H.W.Petras G.E,Ashman L.V. Ellery R.A. Honner J.V. Mullaly N.W. Nalder R,N. Simpson Statement1 -3 - Chairman- S.A.Government Appointee DeputyChairman - S.A.Growers' Representative S.A.Growers' Representative Brewers'and Maltsters' Representative S.A.Growers' Representative VictorianGovernment Appointee VictorianGrowers' Representative VictorianGrowers' Representative. AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD -4 Statement1 Functions Victorian BarleyMarketing Act 1958-1983 Section 17 of the Actstates that the functions of the Board shall be: \ " (1) The Boardshall market or otherwise dispose of to the best advantage all barley delivered to it under this Act.", and Section 18 of the Actstates that: " (1) The Boardshall pay the owner of any barley sold to it the price of that barley as determined by the Board." Decision MakingPowers Victorian BarleyMarketing Act 1958-1983 "4.(2) The Boardso constituted in pursuance of the arrangement shall consist of:- (a) “achairman to be nominated by the Governor in Governor of South Australia; Councilin S.A. andVictoria. (b) threerepresentatives of growers of Election by barley in South Australia; Growers (c) tworepresentatives of growers of Election by barley in Victoria; Growers (d) oneperson appointed, as provided in Governor in the arrangement, as representing Council in S.A. brewers and maltsters; andVictoria. (e) one person appointed by the Governor in Governor of Victoria Council. (4)Every member of the Board shall hold office for three years calculated from the first day of September in the year in which he was elected or appointed; Providedthat - (a) a member electedor appointed to a Growers or casual vacancy on the Board shall Governor in hold office for the balance of Council the term of his predecessor; Statement1 AySTRALIAN_BAKLF.Y_BOARD «- 5 (5)An arrangement entered into as aforesaid may provide for - (a) the termination of theappointment MinistersS.A. of any member of the Board for andVictoria misbehaviouror incapacity or on other relevant grounds; (11)Subject to this Act the Board may regulate Board its own proceedings. (12) (a) Each member of the Board shall be Ministers S.A. paidout of the funds of the Board and Victoria remunerationfor his services and allowancesfor reimbursements for travellingand living away from homeon journeys taken in the courseof his duties at such rates asare determined by the Minister ofAgriculture of Victoria and the Ministerof Agriculture of South Australia. 9. (1) For the purposes of this Act any personBoard thereto ^authorized in writing by the Board to act under this section may enter any premises and inspect any stocks of barley and any accounts books and documents relating to barley. 11,(3) The Board shall have its accounts and MinistersS.A. balance-sheet audited by a qualified auditor and Victoria approved by the Minister. 12.(1) A person dissatisfied with the decision Minister or action or proposed decision or action of theBoard may in writing request the Minister to review that decision or action or proposed decision or action. 14. (1) Any person may deliverbarley to the Board licensedreceiver who is authorized by the Board to accept barley from the area wherein that barley was grown, or to accept that barley. 17. (1) The Board shall marketor otherwise Board disposeof to the best advantage all barley delivered to it under this Act. (2) Inmarketing or disposing of barley the Board Board shall have regard to the reasonable requirements of persons requiring barley for use or consumption in Victoria. 18. (1) The Board shall pay the owner of any Board barleysold to it the price of that barley as determined by the Board.

6- Statement1 18A. (1) The Treasurer of Victoria may execute a Treasurer guaranteein favour of any bank with which the Board has arranged to borrow money pursuant to paragraph (b) of section 8 for the purpose of making first advance payments in each season to growers of barley in Victoria and for associated operating expenses in respect of barley received by the Board in Victoria. 19, (1) Anyperson who commits a contravention of, Board orfails to comply with, any provision of this Act shall be guilty of an offence. 20, (1) TheGovernor in Council may make regulations foror with respect to - (a) requiring anygrowers of barley to Governor in register and re-register with the Council Board at the prescribed times their names and such other particulars as are prescribed, and requiring barley growers on ceasing to grow barley to notify the Board thereof; (b) prescribing all matters or things Governor in which are required or permitted Council bythis Act to be prescribed or which are necessary or expedient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect *o this Act. 22. (1) Notwithstanding anything in the last Governor in preceding section if at a poll of barley Council growersin Victoria held pursuant to this section a majority of the votes validly cast at the poll are in the affirmative this Act shall not apply to barley harvested after the appointed day. (2) The Governor in Council when requested Poll of so to do by a petition signed by not less Growers thanten per centum of all persons who deliveredto the Board barley grown on not lessthan 12.15 hectares in the season immediatelypreceding the date of such petitionmay by order direct that a poll ofbarley growers in Victoria shall be takenas to whether they desire that this Actshall not apply to barley harvested afterthe appointed day," i j Statement1 dU§S5ALIAN-BARLEY-B0ARD_


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ConsultativeArrangements TheBoard maintains ah active interest in developments both locally and overseas, that affect the barley industry in Australia. Listed below are organizations with which the Board has consultative arrangements; - VictorianBarley Advisory Committee p Grain Transport Liaison Committee - AustralianMalting barley Industry Committee - AustralianBarley Co-ordinating Committee. AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD 1- Statement2 AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD CATEGORIESOF DOCUMENTS Description of Record Keeping Systems TheBoard operates a central correspondence register at the Head Office, Grain House, 123-130 South Terrace, Adelaide, and at the Branch Office at 40-44 Chetwynd Street, Melbourne. TheHead Office maintains an E.D.P. system which is used to store and process information received from the Branch and depots. TheBranch Office has access to the E.D.P. system via Visual Display Units, GeneralPolicy Correspondence Files Thecentral correspondence registry at the Head Office contains documents relating to a particular subject, and all letters inwards, outwards, submissions and reports on that subject. When files are created, each is provided with a file number. Tolocate a file, the subject/title is listed in the Central File Index which provides the file number. TheBranch Office maintains a central correspondence registry which contains documents organized by subject matter in alphabetical order. Inaddition to the normal documentary classes of records under central correspondence registry, there are:- 1. Photographicmaterials - at Head and Branch Offices 2. Displays - atHead and Branch Offices 3. Film - atHead Office 4. Data storedelectronically on E.D.P. system. SecondaryStorage Whendocuments held at the Adelaide Head Office and Melbourne Branch Office are not in current use they are transferred to secondary storage. AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD 2 Statement2 Documentsheld at Adelaide are transferred to port Adelaide. Documents held at Melbourne are transferred to the Sunshine office, generally after a period of three years. Documentsat Depots EachdeW>t maintains its own correspondence filing system. When documents are no longer current, they are stored at the depots* EmployeeFiles TheBoard maintains employee files containing information of a personal nature. Personal information consists of details such as age, address, and employment history. The Head Office in Adelaide maintains complete records of all its employees in the states of Victoria and South Australia. Copies of basic personal data are maintained at the Melbourne Branch Office for all employees in Victoria, Miscellaneous Copiesof Outwards Correspondence TheBoard maintains copies of all outwards corres- pondence. These copies are filed in the Central Registry in chronological order. Copiesof Inwards Correspondence Copiesof all ipv/ards correspondence are maintained by the Board. These copies are filed chronologically in the Central Registry. AUSTRAI;IAN_BARLEy_.BgA2D Statement 3 1 AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD F.O.I.ARRANGEMENTS PublishedInformation on F.O.I, Statementson Organization and Function - see summary in Victorian Government Directory. A detailed statement is available for inspection at the Head Office, A detailed statement is available for purchase at a cost of 20 cents per page from the Board's Nominated Officer (see below). Statementon Categories of Documents - available for purchase (cost 20 cents per page) from the Board's Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Head Office in Adelaide and the Branch Office, Melbourne. Statementon F.O.I. Arrangements - available free of charge from the Board's Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Head Office in Adelaide and the Branch Office, Melbourne, Statementon Publicity Services - available free of charge from the Board's Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Head Office in Adelaide and the Branch Office, Melbourne, Statementon documents available for inspection or purchase under Section 8 - available for purchase (cost 20 cents per page) from the Board's Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Head Office in Adelaide and at the Branch Office, Melbourne, F.O.I,Access Arrangements Requestsfor access to all records, including requests for access to the recordsat the Branch and depot offices, are dealt with centrally by the Board's F.O.I. Manager at the South Australian Head Office. Accessto information is obtainable only through written request, as detailed in Section 17 of the Act, and the • handling of applications is as follows: 1. Applicationsmust be in writing, detailed and as specificas possible so that the F.O.I. Manager can quickly identify and search the relevant documents. Youcan request photocopies of documents or to inspect the documents at the Adelaide Head Office or the Melbourne Branch Office, or other such measures as are appropriate to your application. A "document" can be a single paper, or an entire file, or even information gathered from the Word Processor - this is set out in Section 5 of the Act. AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD Statement3 -2 - 2. Howdoes the Board handle requests? Allrequests are to be forwarded to the Head Office in South Australia as all applications are to be processed centrally the the Board's F.O.I. Manager. TheOfficer must reply to your application as soon as practicable within the regulated 45 days. The Officer acknowledges your request in writing and quotes the request number under which your application is processed. The Officer identifies and locates the relevant documents, searches them, and arranges for your access to the documents. Access is, as far as practicable, given in the form you have requested (photocopies, etc.). We then send you what is known as an "Access Decision" letter, which details the action we have taken on your behalf and what charges may apply to your request (see below). • 3. Somerequests are not as straight-forward as this. Sometimesthe application has not been specific enough for the F.O.I. Manager to identify and locate the relevant files; we may need you to clarify your request, or sometimes find that the documents requested do not exist (Section 3). Sometimes a request-is referred to another agency (Section IS). Inthese cases, the F.O.I. Manager sends another letter, detailing any problems in processing your request. The Board is obliged to take all possible steps to help with your request for access to information. 4. Sometimes the Board cannot grant full orpartial access to documents. These types of documents are detailed in Part IV of the Act. It is the respons- ibility of the Board's F.O.I. Manager, after consultation, to identify such documents and to set out the reaons for this exempt status to you in the "Access Decision" letter. Under the Act, you may apply for an "Internal Review" of this decision which is conducted by the Board's "Principal Officer”. Further appeals to the Ombudsman or the county Court can be made under Part VI of the Act. Chargesunder the Act Chargesfor access to documents will be in accordance with the Freedom of Information Access Regulations, 1983. Thecharges will be regulated thus:- 1.Photocopy fees: 20 cents per A4 page 2. Search fees; wherethe Board has to identify and locate documents: $20.00 per hour. AUSTRALIAN_BARLEY_BOARD -3 Statement3 3. Supervision fees; where a document isinspected by applicant within the Board: $5.00 per 15 minutes. 4. Maximum Charge: Amaximum charge of $100.00 applies exceptingword processor/computer stored information as falling under Section 19 of the Act. Thesecharges will be waived if the applicant is a Member of Parliament, if the information was accessed in the public interest, or if the applicant is impecunious (Section 22) . Itis the aim of the P.O.I. Act to make the maximum amount of information available to Victorians, promptly and inexpensively. Your written F.O.I. requests should be as specific and precise as possible so that the request can be processed efficiently. Amendmentof Personal Records Applicantscan request the correction of any information held on their file, where they consider that this information is inaccurate, incomplete, or gives a misleading impression. Where the management cannot agree concerning the proposed amendment, the applicant shall be entitled to place in his/her personal file, a concise statement of the reasons for their disagreement with the disputed information. Requests must be written, and identify the information alleged to be inaccurate, incomplete or misleading, contain reasoned argument as to why they feel the information to be so, and the applicant's suggestion for amending the record to correct the alleged deficiency. NominatedOfficer of the Board Requestsfor access to documents under the Freedom of Information Act, 1982, are the responsibility of ’ Mr. E.J. Tanseli, ~ Requestsfor information must be in writing and addressed: Mr.E.J. Tanseli, GeneralManager, AustralianBarley Board, GrainHouse, 123-130South Terrace, Adelaide,S.A. 5000. G.P.O.Box 1169, Adelaide,S.A. 5001, AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD 1- Statement. 4 AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD PUBLICITY SERVICES TheAustralian Barley Board publishes brochures and booklets which are available from the South Australian Head Office at Grain House, 123-130 South Terrace, Adelaide, and from the Victorian Branch Office at 40-44 Chetwynd Street, Melbourne. Publicity Materials 1. AustralianBarley Board - Annual Report 1983 ♦ 2. "The Barley Story - Australian ProductAnalysis" Report 1984. 3. PressStatements, 4. Reportsto Growers.

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available at cost, subject to the availability of stock. Alternatively,a fee of 20 cents per page will be charged for photocopying costs. AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD -1 - StatementS AUSTRALIANBARLEY BOARD PROCEDURES ANDGUIDELINES Manuals, Guidelinesand Procedures used in Decision Making TheBoard operates' in a competitive marketing environment and it is occasionally necessary for some decisions of a marketing nature to be made without formal documentation. The listing of all documents hereunder should not be regarded as a complete list of all decision-making procedures. Title & Subject of Document Location 1.Victorian Barley Marketing Act Victorian Government 1958-1983 Printers 2, South Australian Barley Marketing South Australian Act 1947-1983 GovernmentPrinters 3„ ClassificationManual on Barley -On-the-Spot. 40-44Chetwynd Street Melbourne, Victoria. 4. ClassificationManual on Barley - Throughput, 40-44Chetwynd Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 5. Determination of Barley Varieties 40-44Chetwynd Street, - Lodicule Staining Method. ~Melbourne, Victoria. 6. Arrangementbetween His Excellency Grain House, the Governor of the State of 123-130 SouthTerrace, Victoriaand His Excellency the Adelaide, South Australia. Governor of the State of south . Australiafor the Constitution of an Australian Barley Board. CITRUS (SUITMARKETING BOARD {PROCLAIMEDUNDER IHr MARKEIING Of PRIMARY PRODUCTS AC!, VIC,) OADDRESS: 58 PINE AVENUE, MILDURA.' VICTORIA. □ CABLES: MILCITRUS,MILDURA. □ POSTAL: P.O. BOX1384. MILDURA, 3500. S* ♦ □ TELEX: 55575. □ TELEPHONE: 23381). CAiuCode 050) VICTORIANFREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1982 PART II PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS

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-1- Statement1 THECITRUS FRUIT MARKETING BOARD ORGANISATION & FUNCTIONS (i) Preliminaries Establishment 1974 Principal Officer Gordon J. Burtenshaw - ChiefExecutive. Addresses 58 Pine Avenue Mildura Vic. 3500. F.O.Box 1384 Mildura Vic. 3500. Acts Administered The Marketing of PrimaryProducts Act 1958 andThe Citrus Fruit Marketing Board Regulations. (il)Organisation TaT ~ The Chairman and Deputy Chairman are appointedby the Minister annually* All Board members are appointed by the Minster for terms of up to three years. This is provided fot in the Act. (b) The Chief Executive and Secretary are appointed by the Board, under the Regulations of the Board. (c) All decisions are made by the Board in meeting, by vote of members, as provided by the Act & Regulations. (d) The administration of the Board functions is provided by The Citrus Management Company Limited, a Company incorporated in Victoria, limited by guarantee. The members of the Company are the members of The Citrus Fruit Marketing Board and The Murray Valley (NSW) Citrus Marketing Board (proclaimed under the Marketing of Primary Products Act 1983 of New South Wales.) (ill) Functions The Board is proclaimedunder The Marketingof Primary Products Act to maintain the orderly marketing of citrus fruits (excluding lemons) within the state of Victoria. (IV)Decision Making Powers Section 20 Of the Act grants the Board arange of powers concerned with the organisation pf the Boards activities to allow fot marketing or disposal of the commodity for which it is responsible* -2- THECITRUS FRUIT MARKETING BOARD Section20A Empowers the Board to enter into contracts, arrangements or undertakings in connection with marketing of commodities. Section21 (d), (e), (f) & (g) allows the Board to grant exemptions from delivering vested commodities to the Board under certain circumstances, and also allows revocation or reinstatement of exemptions. Section35 Allows the Board to make levies on the funds it handles on behalf of producers. Section43 Empowers persons authorised by the Board to make enquiries, inspect records and take samples of the commodity, Section48 Allows for the arrangements to make payments for commodity sold by the Board on behalf of its producers. TheCitrus Fruit Marketing Board Regulations —— - Reg.26 Authorises the Board to grant exemptions from Sect. 21 of the Act for certain types of sales of citrus fruit. Reg.31 Requires producers to register with the Board annually. Reg.33 Provides penalties for non compliance with regulations or furnishing the Board incorrect information. (v)Consultative Arrangements All decisions are taken by vote of theBoard in meeting. -3- THECITRUS FRUIT MARKETING BOARD Statement2 (i)Records Allrecords are held at the head Office, 58 Pine Avenue, Mildura. (ii)Categories Agreementswith growers, packers, wholesalers and processors. Copies of original signed agreements held in file. Mailing lists and grower registrations from Form 4's held on file and stored by E.D.P. ■4”! THECITRUS FRUIT MARKETING BOARD Statement3 Access Arrangements Allenquiries should be directed to the Chief Executive at the Office of the Board, Mildura, Victoria. -5- THECITRUS FRUIT MARKETING BOARD Statement4 Publicity Services Afr'ee quarterly news letter is issued to all growers, wholesalers, processors and associated industry groups, to other persons on request, free of charge. packers, Available -6- THECITRUS FRUIT MARKETING BOARD Statement5 Manuals,Rules of Procedure Copiesof The Marketing of Primary Products Act Fruit Marketing Board regulations are available on Victorian Government Printer. andThe Citrus order from the


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-Manual Guidelines and ProceduresUsed in Decision Making 1-3 1 Statement1 MELBOURNE WHOLESALEFRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET TRUST (VA 1474) ORGANIZATIONAND FUNCTIONS Preliminaries Establishment Principal Officer Address ActsAdministered Responsible Minister 197? LintonLethlean - Chairman of Trust 542Footscray Road,t Footscray, Vie., *3011 Phone: 68 1392 MelbourneWholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market Trust Act 1977, No. 8993 Ministerof Agriculture Organization TheTrust is organized functionally on a divisional basis. TheDivisions are - Corporate Services Administration Operations STATEMENT1 2 MELBOURNEWHOLESALE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET TRUST ORGANIZATION CHART

STATEMENT1 3 Functions MELBOURNE WHOLESALEFRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET TRUST ACT 1977 Section5 of the Act states that the functions of the Trust are: - (a) "thecontrolling, maintaining and managing of theMelbourne Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market; (b) the controlling, maintaining and managing of the market land; and (c) such other functions as are conferred on it by or under this or any other Act," inaddition, the Minister of Agriculture has approved of the following role and objectives of the Trust "A. The role ofthe Melbourne Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market Trust is to manage the Melbourne Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market as a vital link in the marketing chain between producer and consumer, so as to ensure that the people of Victoria - haveready access to a regular supply and variety of high quality fresh fruit and vegetables; havefresh fruit and vegetables available at prices which are acceptable to the consuming public and to the producers, B, To fulfil this role, the Market Trust has thefollowing - General Objectives; 1. To ensure that as much as possible of thetrade in fresh fruit, vegetables and cut flowers takes place in the Central Wholesale Market. 2. TO promote the process of orderly marketing within a sound economic structure, through a professional and businesslike approach. 3. In conjunction with other organizations, to undertake a leadership role in promoting the fresh fruit, vegetable and cut flower industries. C. The following specific Trust objectives arederived from the Role and General Objectives 1. Strengthenthe Central Market: Todevelop the Melbourne Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market to be the market for, at least, the majority of all fresh fruit, vegetables and cut flowers sold by wholesale in Victoria, by providing - .attractive trading conditions within the market, STATEMENT1 4 MELBOURNE!MARKET TRUST . a rail siding,inspection depot for the Department of Agriculture, warehousing for market tenants and other appropriate facilities. 2. Developmentof the Information Services Inconjunction with the Department of Agriculture develop a Market Information Service to identify quantities, in addition to prices, as follows - . the quantities andtypes of produce being brought to the Market. . the prices at whichit is offered and sold and the proportion which is sold. . the amount which isby-passing, the Market. 3. Creationof Equal Buying and Selling Opportunities; Toprovide equitable and attractive trading conditions through - . strict andimpartial enforcement of the approved market hours and regulations. . identification ofgrowers, agents, merchants and buyers and restriction of access to the relative sections to bona fide persons, . establishing a highstandard of maintenance and cleansing, design of the lay-out of the stores and stands to balance the relative demands for available space. 4. MaximumUtilisation of Resources; To secure theviability of the Market by - . engenderingefficiency in the administrative function. . full development ofthe market site, transport facilities, and communications, for ease of handling. . investigation andadoption of alternative uses for the site outside market hours as a revenue earner or community benefit. 5. Promotion of Fresh Fruit, Vegetables and Cut Flowers; Ina leadership role and with other State organizations, to promote sales of fresh fruit, vegetables and cut flowers, by - . improving thequality of fresh fruit, vegetables and cut flowers through educational programmes in proper handling, ripening, cooling, transport and storage. . supporting theObjectives of the Australian United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association. . educationalprogrammes, in particular to school children, that emphasise the nutritional benefits of fresh fruit and vegetables as essential ingredients of Government dietary guidelines. 5 'STATEMENT1 MELBOURNEMARKET TRUST . promoting researchinto consumer attitudes to fresh fruit and vegetables, and cut flowers, improved technology in the production and handling of fresh fruit and vegetables and cut flowers, and into marketing techniques. 6. FullDisclosure Principle: Enhanqethe Trust’s reputation for absolute impartiality by publishing Trust policies, objectives and decisions. Establish the principle that disclosure is reciprocated by all Market Users providing appropriate biographical and business information prior to identification procedures and at regular intervals thereafter. 7. Allocationof Priorities in a Development Programme: Torequire Management to compile a development and operational programme for approval of the Trust in the interests of its users and the community." Thefunctions of each of the three divisions are: TheGeneral Manaqer has direct responsibility for the Capital Works Programme, external relationships and promotion activities. CorporateServices Division Todevelop and maintain corporate plans and the policies of the Trust; to undertake research; to advise the Trust on legislation; to control the personnel and industrial relations activities. Admini s tr a five Division Toadvise the Trust on all financial matters, including loan raisings, to control all receipts and expenditure and revenue, ensure that proper and correct accounting records are maintained, to control the computer systems and advise on the information system requirements. OperationsDivision Tocontrol the Wholesale Market and ensure its effective and efficient use; to ensure the security of the premises and to plan and control the environmental aspects, including cleaning, waste removal, hygiene and to be responsible for occupational health, safety and welfare. ,STATEMENT 1 MELBOURNE MARKET TRUST 6 DecisionMaking Powers MelbourneWholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market Trust Act 1977 Section 4 (a) 4(b) 4(c) 6(2)(a) 6(2)(b) 6(3) 7(1) Power Exercisedby Purchaseor acquire Crown land. Governor in Council withconsent of Minister of Lands. Purchaseor acquire real property Governorin Council Dispose of real property Governorin Council Grant leases, tenancies, permits ' and licences of land or of buildings or chattels on the market land or other land acquired by the Trust on such terms and conditions and payment of such fees as the Trust determines for terms not to exceed ten years. Trust Enterinto arrangements with other persons for the sale by the Trust on behalf of these persons of fruit, vegetables and cut flowers, including payment of commission to the Trust. Trust Grantleases, tenanc.es, permits and licences for periods in excess of ten years. Governorin Council Appointmentof six Trust Members. Governor in Council 7(2) Nominatethree persons for appointmentto Trust. Minister 7(3) 7(5) 7(6) 7(7) 8(1) 10(1) Call for panel of names from organizations that represent interests of persons who use the Market. Minister Nominate person to fill vacancy or extraordinary vacancy, if organizations fail to submit panel of names before due date. Minister Governorin Council Governorin Council Governorin Council Governor in Council Specifyterms and conditions of appointment of Trust Members. AppointChairman and Deputy Chairman. Setremuneration, travelling and other allowances of Trust Members. Removalof Member of Trust. STATEMENT1 MELBOURNEMARKET TRUST 7 Section 12 13(1)& 13(3) 14 (4) 15 16 18. 20 21(1) 21(3) 21(4) 27(1) 27(2) 27(3) Rower Exercisedby Appointmentof Secretary of Trust,Manager of Market and suchother staff and set terns and conditions of employment. Trust (2)Establish Advisory Committee consisting of persons who represent the interests of persons who use the Market. Trust DissolveAdvisory Committees at any time. Trust Invest moneys of the Trust, ,Treasurer Make grants of money forpurposes that will promote sale of fruit, vegetables and cut flowers at the market. Trust Obtain overdraft for temporary accommodation. Treasurer Effect policy of insurance against accident or sickness for members of Trust and Advisory Committees, who are not members of Public Service of Victoria. Trust Sanction contracts in excess of $50,000. Minister Borrowmoneys and establish terms and conditions. (a) Issue debentures payable to bearer, (b) Create and issue Inscribed stock. (b) Determineinterest rate and redemption date and place. Authorise use of market land purposes associated with or likely to promote sale of fruit, vegetables and cut flowers. Minister Permit market land to be usedfor purposes of offices, shops, hotels, motels, banks, service stations, restaurants and warehouses. Minister Declarepart of market land to be landexcluded from market area. Minister Treasurer Trust Trust Governorin Council after consent of Treasurer. STATEMENT1 MELBOURNEMARKET Section 28(1) 28(2) 29(2) 29(3) 29(4) 31(5&5A) 31(7) 34 35(1) 35(2) 36 38 TRUST 8 Power Exercised by Permitwhole or part of market areato be used for purposes otherthan authorised on such day ordays as market area not requiredfor wholesale fruit and vegetable market. Minister Determineterms and conditions for approval in 28(1) Minister Approvesale by wholesale of commodities other than fruit, vegetables and cut flowers on market land. Governorin Council Consentto permit sale by retail inmarket area of fruit, vegetables, cutflowers and other commodities. Minister after consultationwith Minister for Local Government Withdrawalof consent given in 29(3). Ministerafter consultation with Minister for Local Government Grant licence to existinglicenced trader within wholesale trading area. Trust Terminate licence. Minister Acquire land. Governor in Council Terminate lease, tenancy, permit or licence. Trust Hearappeal against termination of lease,tenancy, permit or licence. Minister Take proceedings for offencesagainst Act or the Regulations. Trust Power to makeregulations. Governor in Council STATEMENT 1 9 MEU3CXJRNEMARKET TRUST ConsultativeArrangements Theprincipal avenues for consultation comprise:- 1. TheTrust itself is comprised of six members, three ofwhom are appointed from nominations made by market user organizations. Generally, one member represents the interests of growers, another the interests of retailers or buyers and the third represents the merchants and agents. The other three members do not represent special interest groups but are persons of particular expertise in their field, such as financial. Minutes of the meetings of the Trust are made available tp the Trust Members only. Meetings are not open to the public. 2. ThreeAdvisory Committees are in ope rat ion. - (a) GrowersAdvisory Committee (b) BuyersAdvisory Committee (c) WholesalersAdvisory Committee. TheGrowers and Buyers Advisory Committee each has seven members, whilst the Wholesalers Advisory Committee has six members. Members are appointed by the Trust from nominations called from over sixty industry organiz- ations throughout Victoria. The members of the Committees are appointed for three years. The members elect one of their number as Chairman for one year. The retiring Chairman is not eligible for re-election. TheCommittees meet as required. The Trust may refer matters to the Committee for advice but the Trust is not bound to adopt the recommendation. The Committees receive industry deputations. Minutes of the meetings are circulated to members of the Committee and to the Trust. Periodically, the Trust will meet with the Committee in formal session. Meetingsof the Committee are not open to the public. 3. TheTrust members and senior staff liaise regularly withOfficers of the Department of Agriculture. Trust members serve on special purpose Committees established by the Minister. The Trust chairman regularly consults with the Minister. 4. Trust Members undertake regular visits tocentres in Victoria to discuss with industry groups matters of concern to those groups. MELBOURNE MARKETTRUST Statement 2 CATEGORIESOF DOCUMENTS Descriptionof Record Keeping Systems Thecorrespondence registry operates at the Trust Office, 542 Footscray Road, WestMelbourne. The paper files are maintained manually. Filesare classified aseither "active" or "non active". The main categories are:- (a) Generalcorrespondence files (b) Tenantsfiles. Thesystem creates a file for a subject which may be further divided into a section. All inward correspondence, whether from an external source or an internal report, is registered on a subject card and a source card. The correspondence is placed on the appropriate subject file. A copy of all outward correspondence is placed on the file. Each piece of correspondence placed on the file is given a folio number. Thefile number thus consists of three numbers. The first number indicates the principal subject, the second the section and the third the folio, for example, file number 7/021/23 refers to - 7 - Insurance 021 - Construction 23 - Folio. Themovement of files within the organization is recorded on cards. Personalfiles of staff are maintained, as are files on positions they occupy within the establishment. Tenantsfiles - included as tenants are merchants, agents, grower/sellers, country transport operators, in fact any person who has a tenancy , permit or licence, to buy or sell within the market.. The files on grower/sellers are kept within the Operations Branch. The same system as described previously is followed with tenants files. Non-ActiveFiles - Files considered to be no longer active are recorded in a "non-active" register and retained before disposal in accordance with the Trust's document disposal policy to be approved by the Public Records Office. The files are culled to extract matters of legal, administrative or historical significance. OutwardCorrespondence - A "pink" copy of all outward correspondence is maintained in chronological order. STATEMENT2 MELBOURNEMARKET TRUST Classesof Documents A. PaperFiles; Thefollowing is an extract of the files, it does notpurport to show the complete system which is available forpurchase frpm the Trust. PrincipalSubject Planningand Construction Insurances Publicity/Publications Advisorycommittees Legal Associations- Membership by Trust Research Personnel Tenants MarketLayout Traffic Warehouse Weighbridge Rail Siding Appointmentof Consultants Construction Industrial Special Risks PublicLiability Market History Newsletter ‘ RoyalAgricultural show Establishment/Appointments Wholesalers Growers Buyers Prosecutions Wholesale Trading Area Registration Australian United Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Association United Fresh - America StressStudy - Latrobe University Dietary Habits - Melbourne University - Institute of Nutrition & Preventive Medicine Applications/Appointments individual Files Conditions of Service Merchants/Agents Offices & Shops Grower/Sellers Country Transport Operators (each section listed alphabetically). STATEMENT2 MEILBOUFNE market trust B• Electronically Stored Data TheTrust operates a Wang 2200 Computer in the following activities;~ (i) Accountancy- to record cash receipts, invoices, generalledger and budget reports. (ii) StandAllocation - a daily listing of the names and of standsallocated to all grower/sellers and country transport operators. (iii) Manifest- a monthly summary of the quantities of produce1 ought into the market for sale, classified by type. The form which is completed* daily by the person bringing in the produce for sale, is subsequently destroyed by shredding. MELBOURNEMARKET TRUST Statement3 3.1 F.O.I.Arrangements: (a) Statement on Organization and Functions - See Victorian Government Directory under Minister ofAgriculture. A detailed statement it, available for purchase (20t per page) from the Nominated Officers (see below) and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records Office and State Library. (b) Statement on Categories of Documents -Available for purchase from the Nominated Officers and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records Office and State Library. (c) Statement on F.O.I. Arrangements -Available free ofcharge from the Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records office and State Library. (d) Statement on Publicity Services -Available free ofcharge from the Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Law Departmentf Public Records Office and State Library. (e) Statement on documents available forinspection orpurchase under Section 8 - Available for purchase (20P per page) from the Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Lav/ Department, Public Records Office and State Library. (f) Stateffit.on Reports etc. - Available forpurchase (5£ per pay 0 from the Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records Office and State Library. 3.2 F.O.I.Access Arrangements; Allrequests for access to information must be in writing on an Access Request Form (F.O.I. Form 2} available from the Trust. The requests are dealt with by the Trust's F.O.I. Manager, 3.21Identification of Documents Therequest should contain sufficient detail concerning the document (or documents) to enable the F.O.I. Manager to identify it. Referenceto the statement on Categories of Documents may be of assistance in identifying the document. However, if you are unsure about the identity of the material, the F.O.I. Manager will assist you in making the request. MELBOURNEMARKET TRUST 2 STATEMENT3 3.22Procedure: Allrequests are handled by■ the F.O.I. Manager. Requests are acknowledged and a response to your request will be sent within the 45 days stipulated in the Act. The response will include the action taken and what charges may apply to your request (see below). i'ourrequest should indicate the type of access required - a photocopy of the documents; an inspection of the documents; or other measures are appropriate to your request. .Sometimesthe Trust cannot grant full or partial access to documents. Part 4 of the F.O.I. Act specifies the types of documents‘access to which may be denied. The F.O.I. Manager will advise you of the reasons for exempting the documents in the response to your request and you may then apply for an "Internal Review" of the decision which will be conducted by the Chairman of the Trust. Further appeals can be made under Part 6 of the F.O.I. Act to the ombudsman or the County Court. 3.23Charges under the Act: Thecharges for documents are:- 1. Photocopy fees - 20b per A4page. 2. Search fees - where theTrust identify andlocate documents - $20 per hour. 3. Supervision fees - where adocument is inspected bythe applicant within the Trust - $S per 15 minutes. 4. Deposits - Where charges will besubstantial, adeposit of $25 may be requested before the Trust will grant access. 5. Maximum Charge - A maximumcharge of $100 appliesexcepting computer stored information as failing under Section 19 of the Act. 6. Waiving of Charges - Thecharges will be waived if the applicant (a) isa Member of Parliament; (b) isimpecunious; or (c) if the information was accessed in the public interest. Theaim of the F.O.I. Act is to make the maximum amount of information available to Victorians promptly and inexpensively. Your F.O.I. request should be as specific and precise as possible so that the request can be processed efficiently. STATEMENT3 MEUXXJRNE MARKET TRUST ~ 3.24Amendment of Personnel,Records; Applicants can request thecorrection o? any inform- ation held on their file where they consider that this information is inaccurate, incomplete or gives a misleading impression. Where the Management cannot agree concerning the proposed amendment, the applicant shall be entitled to place in his/her personal file, a concise statement of the reasons for his/her disagreement with the disputed information.: Requestsmust he. written and identify thethe information alleged to be inaccurate, incomplete or misleading, contain reasoned orguetnonts as to why they feel the information to be so, and the applicants suggestion for amending the record to rectify the alleged deficiency. * 3.25'Further,.Information may be obtained from:- Freedom ofInformation Act 1982. Freedom of Information Handbook

Freedom of Information (Access Charges) Regulations 1983

Freedom of Information (Prescribed Authorities) Regulations 1983 which are available from the Victorian Government bookshop. 3.3 Library: TheTrust maintains a small reference library, principally for the use of Officers of the Trust. By prior arrangement with the Senior Stenographer, members of the public may use the library material within specified hours:- Location- 542 Footscray Road, WestMelbourne Hours - 10 am - 12noon 2 pm - 4 pm. Mondayto Friday - Holidays excepted. Seniorstenographer - Mrs. H. Lorimer Telephone68 1392. 3*4Nominated Officer of the Trust: Requestsfor access to documents in the Trust under the Freedom of Information Act, 1982, are the responsibility of the Trust's Secretary and F.Q.I. Manager, Mr. R. Ashbolt. Requestsmust be in writing and addressed:- Mr. R. Ashbolt, F.O.I. Manager Melbourne WholesaleFruit and Vegetable Market Trust, 542 Footscray Road, FOOTSCRAY, VIC,,3011. MELBOURNEMARKET TRUST Statement4 Publicity services 4.1 The Trust publishes a Newsletter at irregularintervals, containing general information on developments within the Market. A brief brochure describing the Market building, market operations and general facts is handed out to visitors to the market. In celebration of the 10th. Anniversary of the establishment of the market at its present site in Footscray Road, the Trust published a book in 1979. The book entitled "Melbourne Markets'*' traces the history of the Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Markets in Melbourne since 1844. The book may be purchased from the Trust at $9 per copy. Other . publications are available free of charge. MELBOURNEMARKET TRUST Statement5 PROCEDURESAND GUIDELINES ManualGuidelxnon and Procedures in Decision..Making 5.1 Thereare two areas from which are drawn the guidelines and procedures used in.decision making. The first area is the Minutes of the Trust Meetings which are held, each three weeks. A handbook of these decisions is in the course of preparation and when complete, will provide a ready reference to assist Management m implementing the Trust policy. 'The second area concerns Trust Determinations which are made under

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Vegetable Market Trust Act and Regulations. 5.2 histingof Trust.Dec i sions: Asmentioned above, the manual of these decisions is in the course of preparation. Nevertheless, there are some decisions which have been promulgated as procedural guidelines. All guidelines, are available at the Trust Office* Subject . Computer Systems : (a) Debtors (fa) Budget (c) Manifest (d) Receipts Insurance~ Claim Procedure Debtors Arrears - Procedure Contracts in Excessof $50,000 - Sanctioning by Minister TrainingProgramme - Market Officers. 5.3 Listingof Trust Determinationst No. Subject 1 M.C.C. Bylaw NO. 477 2 State Development Committee- Conclusions 3 speed Limits 4 Days on which Market closed 5 Rents, Fees, Charges from1/7/78 6 Administrative Procedures 7 Declaration of Members'Interests 8 Conditions of Service ~Market Officers 9 Shops, Banks, etc. - Rentsfrom 1/7778 10 Prosecution Officers MELBOURNE MARKET TRUST 2 STATEMENT 5 NO. IX 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 Subject. Reporton Expenditure in Excess of $1,000 PermanentReserved Parking - Area and Fees AdvisoryCommittees - Travelling Expenses ProposedAmendments to Regulations Conditionsof Service - Management Staff SaturdayMorning - Closing of Market LawfulDirections Rents,Fees, Charges from 1/7/78 Tenants& Permanent Reserved1Parking and inward Produce 'Delivery Vehicle Fee ProduceDelivery Vehicles - Holding Areas' Dayson which Market Closed StateDevelopment Committee - Conclusions Scheduleof Financial Delegations of Authority : Procedureto be followed by Trust Management for Breaches of Regulations ActingSecretary SuperannuationContributions - Administrative Staff Extensionof White Display Line by 4 feet - or 1 pallet depth SuperannuationContributions - Market Officers and technical employee PreparingPlans, Specifications and Estimates for Alterations and/or additions to a tenants premises no Vehicle in Excess of 28' in the Market Concourse from the 1st. January, 1982 Rents,Fees, Charges from 1/2/80 Saleof Citrus - Designated Areas Allocationof Growers Stands to carrier Agents & Grower/Sellers RentsFees and charges from 1/8/80 Vehicle Departure Time ConditionsGoverning the Installation of CoolRooms in a "B" Type Store Applicationsfor Assignment of Lease of a Tenancy of a Type "A" or Type "B" Store. Salary& Travelling Advances M.C.C.ByLaw No. 477 (withdraws Trust Determination No.1) Communicationsbetween the Trust, Committees of the Trust and Management Tendersand Quotations RentsFees, Charges as from 1/8/81 Purchaseof Trust Motor Vehicle MELBOURNEMARKET TRUST No. STATEMENT5 Subject 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 teases for Shops,Stores, Offices & Storage Cages Transfer fee for a"B" Type Store Parking Fees -Commercially Registered Vehicles Trust Vehicles Telephone Calls Policy for Fees andCharges Rents, Fees, Chargesas from 1/8/82 Personnel, JobDescriptions Officers - Uniforms Authority toDetermine Fees Photocopying Acting Secretary(Withdraws and replaces Trust Determination No. 25) Produce DeliveryVehicle - Holding Area (Replaces Trust Determination No. 20) Use of PrivateVehicles Acting GeneralManager Personnel, JobDescriptions (Replaces Trust Determination No. 51) Regulation 11(5)(aa)(Permits for Removal of Goods from a Rubbish Receptacle) Regulation 4A (I)(Permits for Delivery) Replacement/Purchaseof Stairways in Stores Discrepancies in CashCollections - Procedures Arrears Policy Tenants Parking(Section 6(2)(a)) Rents, Fees, Chargesas from 1/8/83 Selection Panel forfinal interviews for Market Officers Identification Badges Owner/Onus -Interstate Vehicles Procedure to befollowed by Trust Management for Breaches of Regulations (Withdraws Trust Determination No'. 24) Rents, Fees, Chargesas from 1/1/84 Regulation 4(A) (I)(Permits for Delivery) (Withdraws and Cancels Trust Determination No. 61) Removal of Producefrom the Market Area

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corporatethrough the Chauman ami pet t*g mo the ttut.iy duties as w-ecrstary and feputy L-e*;retary, Mr Isresponsible for financial nanagemer,*, corporate . development, recruitment and ‘•raining, 'legislative natters and special projects* LoansBranch Co-ordinatesthe lending functions of the Commission through the assessment o£ loan applications and administration' of existing loans which are conducted under a regional structure, Secured- */*_ n**.nnrh p Preparesand arranges, registration1 arid safekeeping of security documents relating to the Commission's lending activities and administers any subsequent dealings, relating to securities held, A££aiHLt.S.J.CAacM Isresponsible far day to day accounting including the preparation of financial statements and reports to the Commission. 4 WMLFINANCE COMMISSION STATEMENT1 lJLZwe£3S£hL Facilitatesthe electronic storage of data and develops and maintains programmes to enable the data to be accessed including reports for management information. fin)'Functions: TheFural Finance Commi33ion is an organisation operating undervarious Acts of Far 1 lament as a major Victorian development r-rg cnation. Under Part 11! of the Fural Finance Act, th»- '< amission may, in any case where it thinks that such a c-.ur:m would assist country industry or promote decentralisation f industry throughout the State, or assist the fishing industry, grant a loan to any person or body establishing or carrying on any country industry or a fishing industry and in addition to any loan to any such person or body may make such other financial provision as may enable such person or body to obtain any necessary machinery stock plant or equipment or otherwise assist such person or body. Suchpersons or bodies'may include: (a* persons .orbodies of persons carrying on agricultural horticultural pastoral vitirultural or other rural pursuits or a business of catching, processing, marketing or distribution of fish: tb) persons or.bodiesof persons establishing or carrying on outside the metropolis any secondary industry <including any industry for the treating processing packing or making or marketing efc any kind of rural product); <c) associations,societies, pools or bodies of any kind formed for the ram purpose of the co-operative manufacture or marketing of rural products, TheCommission also acts as Agent far the Treasurer of Victoria, to administer a variety of schemes as determined from time to time including the Conmonwealth-*'State Fural Adjustment Scheme and natural disaster relief lending. Where any money is provided from the Public Account for any special purpose the Treasurer of Victoria may, subject to such directions and conditions as he thinks fit to give or impose, direct the Commission to take charge1 of the administration of the money for such purpose. The Commission also administers the Soldier Settlement Act and the Land Settlement Act and provides administrative services for the Young Farmers Finance Council, RURAL FINANCE COMMISSION J”"1'TEMENT 1 TheCommission's najor area of influence is in rural primary production where, pursuant to the Rural Finance Act, the lending programme is around $30 million per annum, The aim is to increase this level of activity as funds permit. The bulk of thu Commiaiion funds are generated by re-cycled monies sup lamented annually by some borrowing from the semi-government money market, the issue of inscribed stock, together with an allocation from Works and Services through the Department of Management s. Budget, The Commission's annual lending programme is subject to approval by the Treasurer, TheCommit},?inn's mam charter is to encourage; . a betterutilisation and development of the State's rural resources and communities, . stability of ruralindustry and communities by creating a more economically viable rural sector, ,the States fishing and aquaculturai industries, , the State ofVictoria as a leading centre for rural production, the'more efficient use [>£esnent ial farm resources, especially water, both rainfall and irrigation, 1 , changes of land .use. where economically appropriate with a minimum of social disruption, , development andre-development of particular geographic areas or industries ns deemed to be important for State Government objectives, C i i Under Section 37 of- theRural Finance Act, 1R5&.. the Commission ia empowered to make loans to piimary industry including the fishing industry and country secondary industry on such terms arid conditions it thinks proper. Loans may not exceed $100,000 without the approval of the Treasurer of Victoria, < Sect ion 38'*, - TheCommission may specify the purposes for which any loan is to be used and may call in.any loan where it is satisfied the money has not been used for the purposes specified, iSection 41, Rural Finance Art.». TheCommission operates it's own insurance fund and is empowered to require any mortgagor to insure buildings and improvements either m the Commission's insurance fund or with an approved insurance company for amounts determined by the Commission, fSection 40 Rural Finance Act, 1958 and Section 29, Rural Finance & Settlement Commission Act, 1961, refer.'* & PURALFINANCE COMMISSION STATEMENT1 Ui*From tine to tine, the Commission is called upon to administer special relief schemes on behalf of the State or joint state.-'Commonwealth Governments, The detail of these schemes varies to suit the circumstances and all schemes are widely advertised with terms and conditions available m publicity brochures available at any of the Commission's offices,1 CONSULTATIVEARRANGEMENTS,;, Regularcontact 13 maintained with grower/producer groups and the Victorian Farmers ar.d Graders Association, the Banking System particularly at Slate level and with pastoral houses, formal representation is maintained on the following committees! broughtAdvisory Committee interdepartmental Steering Committee on Faun Water Management Disaster Finance & Assistance Committee 1** 21AX£H£HT_i RURALFINANCE COMMISSION

Descriptionof Record Keeping Systems: General■ Correspondence Registry The Commission operates a central correspondence registry at its Head Office 1325'Cellms Street, Melbourne) where clients' files are stored. LoanTransaction Details Loantransaction details are stored on computer arid car* fee accessed by video screen or printout at Commission offices. Access procedures are discussed m Statement. 1, Access to loan transaction details is restricted to the subject borrower only. GeneralPolicy Files Generalpolicy files are held in a separate registry maintained by the Secretariat, Files are stored at the Commission's Head Office, GeneralHistorical Information Assuccessor to the Soldier Settlement Commission, the Rural Finance Commission has a range of maps, plans and photographs on post World War II Soldier' and Land Settlement Schemes, 2,5 PersonnelFiles Workservice records are maintained on people employed by the Commission, 2,fc< Destructionof Records Loantransaction details are destroyed seven «.7> years after repayment m full, Other records no longer in use are destroyed in accordance with Public Records Office requirements, 2.3 2.4 DATEOF ISSUE 20.0?,84 CURRENCY OP STATEMENT 13,0?.04 1 STATEMENT 1 RURALFINANCE COMMISSION EUag. A B.R&NiaE WJlNTg Astatement on organization and functions is published ir. summary m the Victorian GovernmentDirectory, A detailed statement is available for purchase. ^cost{ 20 cents per page) from the Commission's nominated officer '.see below* and for inspection at th€* Law Department, Public Record Office, State Library and local library venues. Statementon categories of documents " available far purchase (cost*, 20c per page* from the Commissi on's nominated officer and for inspection at the Law Dept, Public Records Office, State Library and local library venues. Statementon F.0,1. arrangements * available free of charge from the Commission's nominated officer and for inspection at the Law Dept,, Public Records Office, State'Library and local library venues. Statementcm Publicity Services - available free of charge - as above. Statementon documents available for inspection or purchase under Section 8 - available for purchase frost; 20c per.page* from the Commission's nominated officer and for inspection at the Law Dept,. Public Record Office, State library and local library venues, Documents available for inspection or

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from the Commission's nominated officer and for inspection at the Law Dept,, Public. Records Office, State Library and local library venues. E^a^^^ESSJiEEAlGEMMXa Accessto information is obtainable only through written request as detailed in section 1? of the Act, Allapplications should be or. the prescribed form which is available from the Commission's Freedom of Information Officer, Rural Finance Commission, Embank House, 325 Collins Street, Melbourne, Allrequests will he promptly acknowledged and advice given as to access arrangements and appropriate charges. -z - RURAL FINANCE COMMISSION STATEMENT3 Informationwill be provided at set out hereunder: drPhotocopy fees: tutSearch fees: tin)Supervision fees: •iv > Deposits: ■vv Maximum Charge: thelowest reasonable cost as 20cents per A4 page Wherethe Commission hue to identify and locate . documents: $20per hour Wherea document or loan transaction data is inspected'by the applicant on the Commission's premises; $$per IS. minutes. Adeposit of $25 may be requested before the Commission will grant access if it is likely that charges will be substantlal. Amaximum charge of $100 app’ies, except word processor .’'computer stored information as per Section 19 of the Act. Chargesmay be waived where the applicant is impecunious or the applicant's intended use of the document is a use of general public interest or benefit, Art-applicant who considers that information held on a file is inaccurate, incomplete, or gives a misleading impression may request the cox rectum of such information. Where the management cannot agree ‘concerning the proposed amendment, the applicant shall be entitled to place in his/her personal file, a concise statement of their reasons for the disagreement with the disputed information. Requests should be written and identify the information alleged to be inaccurate, incomplete, or misleading and contain reasoned argument as to why they feel the information to be so, and the applicant's suggestion for amending the record to amend the alleged deficiency. ■ -3 - RURALFINANCE COMMISSION STATEMENT3 NominatedOfficer of the Commisalon, Requestsfor access te. documents in the Commission under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 are the responsibility of the Commission's Freedom of Information Officer! Mr. J. Edmonds. Requestsfor. information should be in writing Con the prescribed form which is available from* and addressed to; Mr,J. Edmonds Freedomof Information Officer Rural Finance Commission' EmbankHouse 325 Collins Street MELBOURNE 3000 DATEOF ISSUE 20.07,84 CURRENCY OF STATEMENT 13,07,84 1 STATEMENT4 RURALFINANCE COMMISSION PUBLICITYSERVICES Informationbrochures on the Commission's lending facilities are available on request from TheSecretary, RuralFinance Commission. EmbankHouse. 325Collins Street. Melbourne.3000. Orany Regional Office, CurrentBrochures are titled: YOUNGFARMER FINANCE RURALFINANCE BROCHURE RURALFINANCE COMMISSION INSURANCE DATEOF ISSUE 20.07.84 CURRENCY OF STATEMENT 13.07.84 % STATEMENT RURALFINANCE COMMISSION PROCEDURESAND GUIDELINES Manuals, Guidelines and Procedures 5,1 Listing, Titleor Subject y£ Document1 loanprocessing Procedures inDecision Making: ■ FileTitle & - Location Document No, ro 11 c y *s Procedures Guidelines Poe,28 Secretariat 4. h* 8. PrimaryLoans Lending Policy Loanfees and charge,1 Authoritiesfor laan eKperidtture oertification EffectiveDate of Loan advances Loansmade pursuant to Rural Finance Act and dealings with land subject to Commission mortgages SettlementPurchase Leases. Rightsof Purchase Lessees Under Soldier Settlement Act Commissionfees and legal charges. Ger.era I £>uCC . U ■ U 11 Authorities General Docs. 1.13, i:. 14, it Policyi* Procedure:, Guidel men Doc, M Policyit .Procedure*-- Guidelines PUPAL FINANCE COMMISSION STATEMENT5 •'*. Interest rates a loan repayment terms 10', I rtt et oat f*a i eu 1 at i or Interest Rates h repayment terms : General loans Dncs,, 2 3 '& S “

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It. Pol try ■} 1 xnes: Rural Insurance Fond insurance. Fund General »t l,'1, Ci edit A*'c Interest Pates, ' Soldior & Land ■Settlement 83*'S4: Interest. Ra* as h Repayment Terms.b?A & 2K t • ' Credit A,/cs foe, 4 13, ■ Security i ecju it erne Fits over land sub sect to ter r»a C resale Policy b Procedures L/idol tries 0< 4 14, Poof Cany On Loans Doc, ' £ 15, Loans to Cereal. Growers,: 1 Doc, r- 10, : Storm Relief Meacareu: Premier to Cr yd-:«n y Na*”ir il L ici.C .,>1 / -new ir'- I-cr.ijir' M>*ii .•'it'.,.’ i *qZ L’w; > l f\ Flood Relief Measures: Stoff memo NDS Flood Relief a? Coe, 2 Is, Flood Relief Measures: Staff memo. »r Poe .4 IT. C o nve19 i on of' hay bales to tonnes ■fodder subsidy ■ scheme t-r -a dd mi Fodder " GiiKwdv Aar eement 2C, 'Statutory Pedarati*n for farraei to farmer seed sales Drought ITgj Fodder Subsidy Agreement Foe, 14 SI. Foddf” Subsidy Farmer to farmer" seed sales NFL Drought $.! rudder Subsidy Agreement floe,' 15' 22, Termination.of Folder It  !> Subsidy Scheme DOC. Id ..1 ... RURALFINANCE COMMISSION ie * Ineligibility of late . fodder subsidy claims: Dept, Primary industry NOS Dr ought Subsidy Doe, 13 24, . > ntiori Drought Relief M- ■.s-:r**s: ummstuon f' Dept, of Ag, NDS Drought Doc* : 1! oc ■u J * Cessation of Draught ' Relief Measure;'.; Staff Memo Do", 17 2b, Teirnmti ..r. of em«x .jer>c*/ Water A:-'.' xst ir»ee SCuff Mem i* r. , * "> i • ' o , * 27, Direst ions from Mins.st *-g ‘ re Deal at at ior, of Drought areas. i M re,-,
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."tlpPENCY>F STATEMENT 13,0?. 84 STATEMENT \ZFodder n?U&l ill 7Serwai THETOBACCO I .RAF MARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AOKNCYCOr>K : VA 14!>4) VICTORIANFRKKDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1\»H2 I'ARTII PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS JV * -OHii,; »(MAMM.tR THETOBACCO LEAF MARKETING BOARD — VICTORIA 461 Bdufke Street. Melbourne. 3000. Phone 67 9021 Myrlfetord3737, P 0. Bo* 54. Phone* 52 1211 —52 166$ THETOBACCO LEAF MARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1454) VICTORIAN FREEDOM OFINFORMATION ACT 1982 PART II PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS PAGENO STATEMENT1 Organization and Functions - Establishment' - Principalofficer - Address - ActAdministered - Organization(including Organization Chart) - Functions - DecisionMaking Powers - Consultative Arrangements " 1-5 STATEMENT 2 Categoriesof Documents - Description of Records 6 STATEMENT 3 Freedom ofInformation Arrangements - PublishedInformation on Freedom of Information - Freedomof information Access Arrangements - Identificationof Documents - Charges - Correctionof Personal Information - Nominated Officer of the Board 7-8 STATEMENT 4 Publicity Material Produced 9 STATEMENT 5 Proceduresand Guidelines - Actand Rules Governing the Board 10 STATEMENT1 PAGE1 THETOBACCO LEAF MARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1454) ORGANIZATIONAND FUNCTIONS (i) Preliminaries Establishment Constitutedunder the Marketing of Primary ProductsAct (1958) (Vic) in 1964. Principal Officer MR.A. RIGONI Address 4thFloor 461Bourke Street Melbourne 3000 ActAdministered Marketing of Primary Products Act (1958) (Vic) (ii) Organization TheBoard consists of six (6) Members, all appointed by the Governor-in-Council, and by his appointment, one (1) as Chairman and one (1) as Deputy Chairman. Refer "Attachment 1". (iii) Functions Thefunction of the Board is to market the annual Victorian loaf crop under the provisions of the following Act: Marketingof Primary Products Act (1958) (Vic) (iv) Decision Making Powers and Other Powers Of theBoard Affecting Members of the Public TheBoard operates under the provisions and statutory rules as embodied in the following Act: Marketingof Primary Products Act (1958) (Vic) l:a(a) Purchase and hold land. Marketing Board 15(b) Enter into Contracts. Marketing Board 15(c) Dispose of Proper ty. Marketing Board 16(d) Contract for the insurance of any property. Marketing Board 20(1) Arrange for the sale of any commodity in respect of which the Board is constituted. Marketing Board cant'<1. ,./ STATEMENT 1 cont'd PAGE2 THE TOBACCO LEAFMARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AGENCY CODE : VA 1454) (iv) Decision MakingPowers and Other Powers of the Board Affecting Members of the Public cont'd 20(1)(a) Appoint or employagents and MarketingBoard officers. 20(1)(b) Arrange forfinancial accommoda- Marketing Board tion. 20(1)(c) Provide for the supplyof the MarketingBoard commodityfor consumption in Victoria. 20(1)(d) Arrange forsales of the commodity Marketing Board to other States or countries. 20(1)(e) Arrange for the sale ofthe MarketingBoard commodityto the Board. 20(1)(f) Enter intomarketing arrangements Marketing Board with interstate Boards, etc. 20(1)(g) Enter into Contractsfor the MarketingBoard transport,treatment, grading, etc., or marketing of the commodity. 20(1)(i) Deduct fromthe nett proceeds of Marketing Board sale of the commodity an amount up to 5/24ths of a cent in the dollar of such proceeds (or such larger amount as the Governor in Council approves) for the purpose of the Board. 20(1)(j) Encourage theconsumption of the Marketing Board commodity in respect of which the Board is constituted. 20(1)(k) Bank or invest moniesto the MarketingBoard creditof the Board, 20(A)(1) Enter into contractsand give MarketingBoard marketinginstructions relating to the handling, jjacking, market- ing or processing of the commodity in respect of which the Board is constituted. 21(d) Exempt from the operationof MarketingBoard Section21 (relating to the delivery of the commodity to the Board) small producers of specific sales. cont'd.,,/ STATEMENT1 cont'd PAGE3 THETOBACCO LEAF MARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1454) (iv) Decision MakingPowers and Other Powers of the Board Affecting Members of the Public Cant'd 21(f) Revoke anexemption given under Marketing Board 21(d) . 25(2) 25(3} 25(4) 25(4) 25(4) 27(1) 27(3) 28(1) Deductfrom the proceeds of sale Marketing Board of the commodity, expenditure incurred in marketing treatment. Deductfreight charges from pay- Marketing Board ments to be made to producers. Determinethe quality, standard Marketing Board or grade of any commodity deliver- ed to the Board. Decidethe method of determining Marketing Board dockages and deductions. Decide the cost of freight, Marketing Board insuranceand other charges. Withholdreceipts for the delivery Marketing Board of any commodity which is the subject of a mortgage charge lien, etc. Arrangefor advances on account Marketing Board of the commodity delivered to the Board. SpecifyContracts relating to the Marketing Board delivery of the commodity in Victoria to be null and void. 29 Refuseto carry any of the commodityfrom one place in Victoria to any other place in Victoria. Any common carrier at the request of the Board. 3.5(1) (a) Make a levy on commodities. Marketing Board subjectto the approval of the Governor in Council. 35C Makearrangements with marketing Tobacco Leaf Marketing boardsin other States relating Board to the sale of tobacco leaf. 35C subscribecapital to any company Tobacco Leaf Marketing tocarry out marketing functions. Board cont!d.../ STATEMENT 1 cont'd PAGE4 THE TOBACCO LEAFMARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AGENCY CODE : VA 1454) (v) ConsultativeArrangements TheBoard does not have any consultative arrangements. STATEMENT1 PAGE5 "ATTACHMENT1" THETOBACCO LEAF MARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1454) ORGANIZATIONCHART MARKETING OF PRIMARYPRODUCTS ACT (1958) MINISTER OFAGRICULTURE MEMBERS -------------------- CHAIRMAN TOBACCO LEAFMARKETING BOARD VICTORIA PRIVATE SECRETARY---- GENERAL MANAGER TECHNICAL SERVICES
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BRANCH ACCOUNTING OFFICE GROWER LIAISON OFFICER STATEMENT2 PAGE6 THETOBACCO LEAF MARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1454) CATEGORIESOF DOCUMENTS Thefollowing documents and records are retained by the Board at its offices, 4th Floor, 461 Bourke Street, Melbourne: (i) Primary TobaccoLeaf Account Sales for each Victorian tobacco producer. TobaccoLeaf Invoices of each of the purchasers of the tobacco leaf. Minutesof the Board Meetings. (ii) Subsidiary Vendors'Account Sales Summaries. DailySales Analyses. TobaccoSales Quota Control. Inaddition, the following support records are maintained: (a) GeneralCorrespondence. (b) Personnel. (c) Accounting and Financial. Statisticalrecords are retained for a ten (10) year period, after which time they are destroyed. STATEMENT3 PAGE7 THETOBACCO LEAF MARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1454) FREEDOMOF INFORMATION ARRANGEMENTS PublishedInformation on Freedom of Information

  • Statement on Organization and Functions - astatement

is available for purchase (cost: 200 per page) from the Board’s Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records Office, State Library and Parliamentary Library.

  • Statement on Category of Documents -available for

purchase (cost: 20c per page) from the Board's Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records Office, State Library and Parliamentar. Library.

  • Statement on Freedom of InformationArrangements -

available for purchase (cost: 20o per page) from the Board's Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspec- tion at the Law Department, Public Records Office, State Library and Parliamentary Library.

  • Statement on Policies and Operating Rulesof the

Board - available for purchase (cost: 200 per page) from the Board's Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records Office, State Library and Parliamentary Library.

  • statement on Reports of the Board -available for

purchase (cost: 200 pe^r page) from the Board's Nominated Officer (see. below) and for inspection at the Law Department, PubMc Records Office, State Library and Parliamentary Library. Freedomof Information Access Arrangements Requestsfor access to all records of the Board are dealt with by the Board's Nominated Officer (see below). Applicantsare requested to submit applications for access to records in writing, on a Request for Access Form (FOI Request Form 1) available from the Board (or imilar form). Identifica*ion of Documents Freedomof Information requests must contain sufficient detail concerning the document(s) to enable the Board to identify it. Informationabout the subject and the approximate date of the document sought should be indicated as precisely as possible. Cant'd.,./ STATEMENT3 cOnt'd PAGE8 THETOBACCO LEAF MARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1454) FREEDOMOF INFORMATION ARRANGEMENTS Identificationof Documents cont*d Wherea request fails to provide the necessary information to sufficiently indentify the document(s) requested, the Board will assist you in making a request which will aid in identifying the document(s) sought. Charges Chargesfor access to documents will be accordance with the Freedom of Information (Access Charges) Regulations 1983. Correctionof Personal Information Requestsfor correction or amendment of information about a person, which is contained in a document held by the Board, may be made in writing, preferably on the Form provided for this purpose, and should specify: (a) An address towhere notices may be sent to the person makingthe request: and (b) Particulars ofwhy the person making the request believes theinformation to be incomplete, incorrect, out of date, or misleading and specifying the amendments he or she * wishes made. NominatedOfficer of the Board Mr. A. Rigoni TheTobacco Leaf Marketing Board - Victoria 4th Floor, 461Bourke street, Melbourne 3000 Telephone: (03)67 9021 STATEMENT4 PAGE9 THE TOBACCO LEAFMARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA (AGENCY CODE : VA 1454) PUBLICITYMATERIAL PRODUCED Thereis no publicity material produced by the Board. STATEMENT5 PAGE10 THETOBACCO LEAF MARKETING BOARD - VICTORIA PROCEDURESAND GUIDELINES TheBoard operates under the provisions and statutory rules as embodied in the following Act: Marketingof Primary Products Act (1958) (Vic) andunder the directives from time-to-time of the Minister of Agriculture, Victoria and the Australian Tobacco Board. Acopy of the above Act can be purchased from the Government Printing Office. TELEPHONE.

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TOBACCO QUOTACOMMITTEE VICTORIA 461 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE ... TOMCCOQUOTA COMMITttt 4.1 lOUKE 5TEEET, MEWOU1NE 3006 TOBACCOQUOTA COMMITTEE - VICTORIA (AGENCY CODE : VA 1489) VICTORIANFREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1982 PART II PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS TOBACCO QUOTACOMMITTEE - VICTORIA (AGENCY CODE : VA 1489) VICTORIAN FREEDOM OFINFORMATION ACT 1982 PART II PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS - PAGENO STATEMENT1 Organization and Functions - Establishment - principal Officer - Address - Act Administered - Organization(Including Organization Chart) - Functions - Decision Making Power; - Consultative Arrangements STATEMENT2 Categories of Documents - Description of Records STATEMENT3 Freedom of Information Arrangements - Published Information on Freedom ofInformation - Freedom of Information Access Arrangements - Identification of Documents - charges - Correction of Personal Information - Nominated Officer of the Committee5 - 6 STATEMENT 4 Publicity Material Produced *? STATEMENT 5 Proceduresand Guidelines - Act and Rules Governing the Committee 8 1-3 4 STATEMENT1 PAGE1 TOBACCOQUOTA COMMITTEE - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1489) ORGANIZATIONAND FUNCTIONS (i) Preliminaries Establishment Constituted under the Tobacco Leaf Industry Stabilization Act (1966) (Vic) PrincipalOfficer Mr. W,F.G. CANNINGTON Address 4th Floor 461Bourke Street Melbourne 3000 ActAdministered Tobacco Leaf Industry Stabilization Act (1966)(Vic) (ii) Organization TheCommittee consists of one (1) Chairman, three (3) Members, and a Secretary, all of whom are appointed by the Minister of Agricul- ture, Victoria. Refer "Attachment 1". (iii) Functions Thefunctions of the Committee is to administer the Tobacco Leaf Industry Stabilization Act (1966) (Vic). (iv) Decision Making Powers and Other Powers of theCommittee Affecting Members of the Public TheCommittee operates under the provisions and statutory rales as embodied in the following Act: TobaccoLeaf industry Stabilization Act (1966) (Vic) 23(i) Determinationof persons entitled to receive a Growers Basic Quota. 23(ii) The land andpersons to which a Growers Basic Quota is attached. 24(2) To requestfurther information from an applicant for a Growers Basic Quota. 24(3) To refuse orgrant an application for a Growers Basic Quota. cont'd.../ STATEMENT1 cont'd PAGE2 TOBACCOQUOTA COMMITTEE - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1489) (iv) Decision Making Powers and Other Powers of theCommittee Affecting Members of the Public cont'd 26(i) (a)(b)(c)Forfeiture or reduction of a Growers Basic Quota. 27 (i) Increasea Growers Basic Quota. 29 Seasonaladjustment of a Growers Basic Quota. 30(b) Determinedistribution of intra and inter State shortfalls between holders of Growers Basic Quotas. (v) ConsultativeArrangements TheCommittee does not have any consultative arrangements. STATEMENT1 PAGE3 TOBACCOQUOTA COMMITTEE - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1489) ORGANIZATIONCHART TOBACCO LEAF INDUSTRYSTABILIZATION ACT (1966) MINISTEROR AGRICULTURE CHAIRMAN COMMITTEE MEMBERS---------------------------------------- '---- “ATTACHMENT1 -SECRETARY STATEMENT2 PAGE4 TOBACCOQUOTA COMMITTEE - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1489) CATEGORIESOF DOCUMENTS Thefollowing documents and records are retained by the Committee at its offices, 4th Floor, 461 Bourke Street, Melbourne: Generalcorrespondence* Individualmarketing production records for all tobacco producers in the State of Victoria. Legal. Registrationof holders of Growers Basic Quotas. STATEMENT3 PAGE5 TOBACCOQUOTA COMMITTEE - VICTORIA (AGENCYCODE : VA 1489) FREEDOMOF INFORMATION ARRANGEMENTS PublishedInformation on Freedom of Information

  • Statement on Organization and Functions - astatement

is available for purchase (cost: 200 per page) from the Committee's Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records Office, State Library and Parliamentary Library.

  • Statement on Category of Documents -available for

purchase (cost: 20c per page) from the Committee's Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records Office, State Library and Parliamentary Library.

  • Statement on Freedom of Information Arrangements-

available for purchase (cost: 20c per page) from the Committee's Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records Office, State Library and Parliamentary Library.

  • Statement on Policies and Operating Rules ofthe

Committee - available for purchase (cost: 200 per page) from the Committee's Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspection at the Law Department, PublicRecords Office, State Library and Parliament- ary Library.

  • Statement on Reports of the Committee -available for

purchase (cost: 200 per page) from the Committee's Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Records Office, State Library and Parliamentary Library. Freedomof Information Access Arrangements Requestsfor access to all records of the Committee are dealt with bythe Committee's Nominated Officer (see below). Applicantsare requested to submit applications for access to recordsin writing, on a Request for Access Form (FOI Request Form1) available from the Committee (or similar form). Identificationof Documents Freedomof information requests must contain sufficient detail concerning the document(s) to enable the Committee to identify it. Informationabout the subject and the approximate date of the document sought should be indicated as precisely as possible. cont'd.../ STATEMENT 3 Cont'd PAGE6 TOBACCOQUOTA COMMITTEE - VICTORIA (AGENCY CODE : VA 1489) FREEDOMOF INFORMATION ARRANGEMENTS Identificationof Documents cont’d Wherea request fails to provide the necessary information to sufficiently identify the document(s) requested, the committee will assist you in making a request which will aid in identify- ing the document(s) sought. Charges Chargesfor access to documents will be in accordance with the Freedom of Information (Access Charges) Regulations 1983. Correctionof Personal Information Requestsfor correction or amendment of information about a person, which is contained in a document held by the Committee, may be made in writing, preferably on the Form provided for this purpose, and should specify: (a) An address towhere notices may be sent to the person makingthe request: and (b) Particulars ofwhy the person making the request believes theinformation to be incomplete, incorrect, out of date, or misleading and specifying the amendments he or she wishes made. NominatedOfficer of the Committee Mr.W.F.G. CANNINGTON The Tobacco Quota Committee - Victoria 4thFloor, 461Rourke Street, Melbourne3000 Telephone: (03)67 9021 STATEMENT4 PAGE7 TOBACCOQUOTA COMMITTEE - VICTORIA (AGENCY CODE : VA 1489) e PUBLICITYMATERIAL PRODUCED AnnualGazette of Quota holders and annual changes to Quota amounts and Quota holders. % STATEMENT 5 PAGE8 TOBACCOQUOTA COMMITTEE - VICTORIA (AGENCY CODE : VA 1489) PROCEDURESAND GUIDELINES TheCommittee operates under the provisions and statutory rules as embodied in the following Act: TobaccoLeaf Industry Stabilization Act (1966) (Vic) andthe administrative guidelines as periodically reviewed and recommended for approval by the Minister of Agriculture, Victoria and under any other directives which, from time to time, may be made by the Minister. Acopy of the above Act can be purchased from the Government Printing Office.

THE VETERINARY BOARDOF VICTORIA 272Brunswick Road, Brunswick, Vic., 30M, Tslaphono 307 2002 VICTORIAN FREEDOM OFINFORMATION ACT 1982 PART II PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS STATEMENT 1 Organisation and Functions Page.No - Preliminaries - Establishment - Principal Officer - Address - Acts Administered - Organisation (including organisation chart) - Functions - Decision Making Powers - Consultative Arrangements STATEMENT2 Categories Of Documents - Description of Record KeepingSystems 1 - Principal Records Series 1-5 STATEMENT 3 FOIArrangements - Published Information on F.O.I. 1 - FOI Access Arrangments 1 - Identification of Documents 2 - Charges 2 - Correction of Personal Information 2 - Nominated Officer of the Board 3 STATEMENT 4 PublicityServices - Literature Available Free or by Subscription Services 1 STATEMENT5 Procedures and Guidelines - Manuals, Rules of Procedure - Interpretation of Acts or Schemes l l

VICTORIA150 Statement1 VETERINARYBOARD OF VICTORIA ORGANISATION ANDFUNCTIONS (i) Preliminaries Establishedin 1888 by the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1887. Principal Officer: Dr. L.J. Fulton, B.V.Sc. Address: AVA house, 272 Brunswick Road, BRUNSWICK,Vic., 3056. wAct Administered: Veterinary Surgeons Act 1958 (asamended), (ii)Organisation TheVeterinary Board of Victoria consists of not less than five and not more than seven members appointed by the Governor in Council. Noperson shall be appointed or elected president or member of the Board for more than three years, but any person appointed or elected a member of the Board shall upon the expiration of the term of which lie was so appointed or elected be eligible for re-appointment or re-election. The Governor in Council may from time to time remove the president or any member of the Board. Noperson shall he eligible to be appointed a member of the Board, unless he is a registered veterinary surgeon or unless he has been elected to act as a member of the Board by the registered veterinary surgeons; and no person shall be appointed president unless he‘is a member of the Board and has*heen elected by the other members thereof to act as president. TheBoard may from time to time appoint a registrar, and any other officer or officers whom they may require for the purpose of carrying out this Act and shall have power to remove the same at any time. Thepresent Registrar is Commander 3,D. Wansbury RAN (Retired). -2 ~ VETERINARY BOARD OF VICTORIA Statement 1 ORGANISATIONCHART

(ill)Functions The functions of theVeterinary Board of Victoria are; (a) to administer theVeterinary Surgeons Act 1958; (h) to register thosepersons eligible under the Ait to be registered veterinary surgeons and separately register the names of specialist veterinary surgeons; Cc) with the approvalof the Governor in Council, make regulations for or with respectto; (1) regulating or restricting advertising by andadvertisements of registered veterinary surgeons; (2) prescribing rules of professional conduct forregistered veterinary surgeons; (3) generally, prescribing any natter by this Actpermitted or required' to be prescribed or necessary or expedient to be prescribed to give effect to this Act; (<*) imposingpenalties not. exceed in** $100 for any breach of the regulations; f5) prescribing thesubjects t« be p i >.*;<-.) at examinations conducted by the Board the fee*, payable to the Board in respect of those examination'; and regulating the conduct of examinations and the appointment "1 examiners. ,.n -3 - Veterinary Board StatementI ofVictoria (6) prescribing theconditions under which the practices of registered veterinary surgeons are to be conducted in any premises and regulating the establishment, equipment, conduct and control of premises used or intended to be used as veterinary hospitals for the reception, treatment, and care of veterinary cases. (d) to inquire intothe conduct of any registered veterinary surgeon pursuant to Section 22 of the Act. Civ)Decision Making Powers VETERINARY SURGEONSACT 1958

Section

Subject

Authority

8A

Effect accident insurance, in respect

 of members.
     

3oard

9

Appoint a Registrar and any other officer

 or officers.
     

board

10

With the approval of the Governor in

 Council, make regulations in respect
 of the matters in (iii)(c) above.
     

Board

11(1)

Summon witnesses and examine documents.

Board

13(2)

Exempt persons from examination.

Board

13A

Refuse to register the name of a person.

Board

U(l)

Issue certificates of registration,

Board

14(2)

Issue replacement certificate of

 registration.
     

Board

15(4)

Withdraw approval given to a hody corporate

 or incorporate to be a registered body.
     

Board

15A(2)

Recommend to the Governor in Council ■the

 declaration of a recognised body.
     

Board

15A(5)(a)

Issue a Notice that an application to he

 declared a recognised body has been
 received and call for submission in
 respect of such application.
     

Board

.../ •’» -3 ~ Veterinary Board Statement1 ofVictoria (6) prescribing theconditions under which the practices of registered veterinary surgeons are to be conducted in any premises and regulating the establishment, equipment, conduct and control of premises used or intended to be used as veterinary hospitals for the reception, treatment, and care of veterinary cases. (d) to inquire into the conduct of any registeredveterinary surgeon pursuant to Section 22 of the Act. <Iv) Pecision Making Bowers VETERINARYSURGEONS ACT 1958 Section Subject Authority 8A Effect accident insurance in respect Board ofmembers. 9 Appoint a Registrar and any otherofficer Board orofficers. 10 With the approval of the Governor in 3oard Council,make regulations in respect ofthe matters In (iii)fc) above. 11{1) Sunraon witnesses and examine documents. Board 13(2) 'Exempt persons from examination. Board 13A Refuse to register the name of a person. Board Issue certificates ofregistration. Board

14(2) Issue replacement certificate of Board registration. 15(4} ’'ithdraw approval given to a body corporate Board orIncorporate to be a registered body. 15A(2} Recommend to the Governor in Council the Board declarationof a recognised >ody. 15A(5Ka} Issue a Notice that an appl .cation to be Board declareda recognised body has been received and call for subm ssion in respect of such application. -*/4 -4 - VeterinaryBoard ofVictoria 15A(5)(b) 18 19 19A(1) 19A(4) 20(3} 19A(2) 22(b)(1) 22(1) 22(3) 22(7) 22A 24£ 240(4) 24F{1) 24F(2) 29 VETERINARY 3 . 5 14 Statement1 Consider submissions in respectof Board applicationsto be declared a recognised body. Register veterinary surgeons. Board Fix registration fees. Board Fix registration renewal fees. Board Restore names to theVeterinary Register 3oard ofVictoria Removenames from the Veterinary Register Board of Victoria or suspend registration. Inquire into the conduct of Veterinary Board Surgeons. inflict penalties. Board Publish findings of Board of Inquiry Board inGovernment Gazette. Erase or remove fraudulent entries Board inthe Register. Determinewhether an applicant is a practising specialist. Issuespecialist certificate. Registerspecialists. Removenames from Register of Specialist Veterinary Surgeons or suspend such registration. Specialist Qualification Committee 3oard Board Board Authorisea person to commence proceedings Board SURGEONSREGULATIONS 1969

Appoint a Returning Officer

Board

Authorise advertisements announcing

 elections.
     

Board

Authorise advertisements announcing

 results of elections.
     

Board

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Veterinary Board

 of Victoria
     

     

Statement

19

Adopt a seal. »

Board

22

Appoint an Honorary Treasurer.

Board

24

Appoint an Auditor.

Board

25

Invest funds accuring under the Act

 and Regulations.
     

Board

27

Pay expenses and debts from income

 derived under the Act and Regulations.
     

Board

30(2)

Conduct examinations.

3oard

30(2)(e)(i)

Appoint examiners.

Board

30(2)(h)

Grant candidate a supplementary

 examination.
     

Examiners

30(2)(j)

Grant right for candidates to sit

 rurther examinations.
     

Board

32

Issue replacement certificates of

 registration.
     

Board

33(2)

Sanction advertisements.

Board

35(c)

Authorise alternative wording on

 illuminated signs.
     

Board

35(d)

Authorise identifying signs.

Board

38

Decide what sign, plate, etc is or is

 calculated to be an advertisement.
     

Board

46

Sanction the use of business names.

Board

47

Delegate certain powers to the Registrar

 in respect of the Regulations.
     

Board

(v) Consultative Arrnn-.enents


  • Veterinary Specialists Qualification Committee.

Established by:Section 24ft of the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1958. Chairman: fir. L.J. Fultoft as President of theBoard.

fcjsbers: Theremaining two members have yet to be

appointed.As required by the Act: .../6 -6 - Veterinary Board Statement1 ofVictoria (a) one shall be a member for the time being of theBoard who is appointed by the Governor in Council on the nomination of the Minister; and (b) one shall be appointed by the Governor inCouncil from a panel of three names submitted to the Minister by the Vi to r iai Div is ion of the Australian Veterinary Association. *

  • Auditors

Beloitte,Haskins & Sell. r* Section24 of the Veterinary Surgeons Regulations 1969 requires the Board to appoint auditors annually. Statement2 VETERINARYBOARD OF VICTORIA CATEGORIESOF DOCUMENTS Descriptionof Record Keeping Systems TheBoard operates a central correspondence registry at its office at 272 Brunswick, Road, Brunswick in which is maintained all the records of the Board. Amailing list for all registered Veterinary Surgeons is maintained by Touche Ross £ Co, 36 Rutland Road, BOX HILL, Vic., 3138, PrincipalRecord Series 1. General correspondence files (1838 + ) Recordsrelating to all aspects of the Board's activities, including the Veterinary Specialists Qualification Committee. Format Files Indexed INDEX 1/1 Current Registrations - Individual files alphabetical order. 1/2 Registrations lapsed - " " " " 1/3Veterinarians deceased. 1/4Registration * Overseas graduates ~ countries of origin. 1/5Registration General. 1/6New registrations notifications. 1/7Lists of graduates. 1/8 Certificatesof non registration. 1/9 Registration- computer services. 2/1Accounts 2/2 Accounts 2/3 Accounts 2/4 Accounts 2/5 Accounts 2/6 Accounts 2/7 Accounts 2/8 Accounts 2/9 Afcounts 2/10 Accounts 2/11 Accounts 2/12 Accounts - Audit fees. - A.V.A. - GovernmentPrinter. - Uorkers Comp.Insurance. - Kalamazoo (Aust.JLtd. -Legal. - Miscellaneous. - Norman Brothers. - Printing General. - P.N.D. Department. - Fee and TravellingExpenses. - Treasurer. -2 - Veterinary Board Statement2 ofVictoria 3/1 Investments - A.N.Z. Bank. 3/2 Investments - M.M.B.N. 3/3 Investments - S.E.C. 3/4 Investments -> Gas & Fuel Corporation, 3/5 Telecom. 4/1 Appointments - Auditor. 4/2Appointments Board Inspector, 4/3 Appointments - V.S.B, Board Members. 4/4 Appointments - Legal Officer. 4/5 Appointments - Registrar. 4/6 Appointments - Registrar - Bond. 4/7Appointments - Stock Medicines Board, VeterinarySurgeons Act - General. VeterinarySurgeons Act - Legislation, VeterinarySurgeons Act - Regulations. VeterinarySurgeons Act — Veterinary Board of Victoria jointWorking Party on Veterinary Hospitals and Premises, VeterinarySurgeons Act — Legal Opinions. VeterinarySur^dns Act - Animal Nursing. VeterinarySurgeons Act - Recognised Bodies. VeterinarySurgeons Act - Specialisation- Veterinary Surgeons Act - Advertising. 6/1Business Names - Printed List - Annual. 6/2Business Names - General. 6/3Business Names - Approved - individual files. 6/4Business Names -» Not approved ~ individual files. 7/1 Committee onOverseas Professional Qualifications - General. 7/2 Committee onOverseas Professional Qualifications - Investigation ofOverseas Schools. 7/3Committee on Overseas Professional Qualifications - Vet, Science Booklet. 7/4 Monthly return of overseas enquiries - Graduates non approved schools. 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/3a 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/8 GF.NF.RAL FILES 8/1Addresses, 8/2Australian Veterinary Association - Federal 8/3Australian Veterinary Association - House M-trageaent Committee. 8/4 Australian Veterinary Association - Victorian Division. 8/5Australian Bureau of Statistics, 8/6Australian Department of Agriculture. 8/7Victorian Department of Agriculture. 8/8Victorian Department of Agriculture - Instructions. 8/9Commonwealth Department of Immigration. 8/10Victorian Department of Labour, 8/11Directories - P.M.G. Department. 8/12Directories - Municipal Directory entry. 8/13Enquiries - Animal Nursing Course. 8/14Enquiries - Miscellaneous. .,,/3 3- Veterinary Board Statement2 ofVictoria 8/15Enquiries - Veterinary Science, 8/16Industries Assistance Commission Circulars. 8/17Ministry of Consumer Affairs. 8/18Pharmacy 3oard. 8/19R.C.V.S. 8/20R.S.P.C.A. 8/21Standing Committee on Agriculture Animal Health Committee. 8/22 Stock Medicines Board. 8/23Taxation. 8/24Veterinary School - Melbourne University. 8/25Xmas Greeting - Distribution. 8/26V.S.B, - Victoria - General/Office, 8/27V.S.B. - Victoria - Circulars. 8/28V.S.B. - Victoria - Invitations & Functions. 8/29V.S.B. - A.C.T. 8/30V.S.B. - Jf.S.U. 8/31V.S.B. - N’.T. 8/32V.S.B, - M.Z. 8/33V.S.B. - Papua M.G. 8/34V.S.B. - Qld. 8/35V.S.B. - S. Australia. 8/36V.S.B. - Tasmania, 8/37V.S.B. - '7. Australia. 8/38Veterinary Specialist Qualifications. 8/37Telecom Australia (P.M.G.) 8/4QMinistry of Consumer Affairs - State. 8/41Commonwealth Law Revision Committee* 8/42Schedule of Deregistered Persons. 8/43Animal Welfare League. 8/44Post Graduate Committee in Veterinary Science. 8/45Government Statist. 8/46Complaints - General. 8/47newsletter. 8/48Fisheries and Wildlife Division, Ministry for Conservation. 8/49 Inquiries held by other Veterinary Surgeons Boards. 8/53Animal Emergency Centre Pty. Ltd. 8/51Public Bodies Review Committee. 8/52Complaints Sub-Committee. 8/53Incorporation of Practice. 8/54Unregistered Veterinary Surgeons. 8/55Drugs, 9/1Agenda Copies, 9/2Minutes Copies. 10/1Triennial Elections. 10/2Committee of Inquiry into Revenue Raising. 10/3Freedom of Information. 11/1Veterinary Board Examinations - General. 11/2Veterinary Board Examinations - Individual Exams. .../ A Veterinary Board Statement ofVictoria 12/1 Veterinary Lists Corapllean tar y copies. 12/2 Veterinary Lists - Printing. 12/3 Veterinary Lists - Sales. 12/4 Veterinary Lists - Other States. 13/1 Veterinary Board Inquiries Individual Files. 13/2Veterinary Board Prosecutions - Individual Files. 14/1Australian State Veterinary Board - Representatives Heating. 2, Minutes of Board Meetings (1888 + ) 2 Recordsrelating to all meetings of the Board. Format Books Notindexed. 3. Register (1888 + ) TheRegister of all registered Veterinary Surgeons in the State of Victoria. Format Book Hot indexed, 4* Veterinary Lists (1892 + ) Annuallists of registered Veterinary Surgeons. The following annual lists are not on file.

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Format Booklet Indexed. ,../5 -5 - Veterinary 3oard Statement2 ofVictoria OtherRecords PublicInformation Services. MailingList of registered Veterinary Surgeons maintained by Touche Ross & Co. WordProcessor Format Indexed Statement3 VETERINARY30ARP OF VICTORIA FOI arrangements PublishedInformation on FOI

  • Statement on Organisation and Functions - see summary in Victorian

Government Directory. A detailed statement is available for purchase (cost: 20c per page) from the Board'sNominated Officer (see below) andfor inspection at the Board's office at AVA House, 272 Brunswick Road, Brunswick, 3056.

  • Statement onCategories of Documents - available for purchase (cost: 20c

per page) from the Board's Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspection at the Board's office.

  • Statement on FOIArrangements - available free of charge from the

Board's Nominated Officer (see below) and for inspection at the Board's Office.

  • Statement onPublicity Services - available free of charge from the

3oard’s Nominated Officer and for inspection at the Board's office.

  • Statement on documents available for inspection or purchase under

Section available for purchase (cost: 20cper page) from the Board's NominatedOfficer and for inspection at the Board's office.

  • Statement on Reports, etc. - available for purchase (cost: 2Gc per

page) from the Board's NominatedOfficer and for inspection at the Board's office, ' * FOIAccess Arrangements Requestsfor access to all records of the Veterinary Board of Victoria are dealt with by the Registrar of the Board, AVA House, 272 Brunswick Road, Brunswick. Salepublications available from the Government Printer and the Government Information Service are not available under FOI (Section 14 of the Act). .72 -2 - Veterinary Board Statement3 ofVictoria Applicantsare requested to submit applications for access to records under the Act in writing, on a Request Access Form (FOI Request Form 1) available from the Registrar. Identification ofDocuments FOIrequests must contain sufficient detail concerning the document to enable the Board to identify it. Informationabout the subject and the approximate date of the document sought Should be indicated as precisely as possible. TheVeterinary Board’s Statement on Categories of Documents may be of assistance identifying the series or Category of documents to which access is sought ~r, reference to this additional information should be included in your request. If the series is indexed it would be advisable to contact the Registrar before submitting a request to obtain details of reference(s) which could be included in your request. .Wherea request fs_ls to provide the necessary information to sufficiently identify the docur.ant(s) requested, the Registrar will assist you in making * r£*7uestwhi:'.t will aid in identifying the documents sought. Charges Chargesfor access to documents will be in accordance with the Freedom of Information (Access Charges) Regulations 1983, Correction of Per ?nal Information Requestsfor correction or amendment of information about a person, which is contained in a doc-ment held by the Board may be made in writing preferably on the Form provif*d for this purpose and should specify:- (a) An address tc where notices may be sent to theperson making the request and; (b) Particulars ;i why the person making therequest believes the information be incomplete, incorrect, out of date or misleading and specifying the amendments he or she Wishes made. »/3 -3 - Statement3 VeterinaryBoard ofVictoria NominatedOfficer i I ! (a) For initialreceipt and action upon FOI requests, for inspection or purchase of Part II Statements or Categories of Documents, FOI Arrangements and Publicity Services and inspection and purchase of documents available under Section 8 of the Act:- Registtar- Commander B.D, Wansbury RAN (R'fD). o Statement4 VETERINARYBOARD OF VICTORIA PUBLICITYSERVICES LiteratureAvailable Free or by Subscription Service VeterinaryList of Victoria for 1984 $50.00 Statement5 VETERINARYBOARD OF VICTORIA PROCEDURES ANDGUIDLINES Manuals, Rules ofProcedures, etc TheFunctions of the Board are governed by the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1958 and the Veterinary Surgeons Regulations 1969 (as amended), the Board has no Manuals and the Rules of Procedures are set out in the Veterinary Surgeons Regulations 1969. Interpretation ofAfcts or Schemes Title of documents Locationwhere Documentis Available Compendiumof Legal Opinions including Opinions and advice on: 272Brunswick Road, Brunswick. (a) hospitalisation - rights and obligations. (b) conduct ofinquiries, (c) advertisingsigns. (d) signing of certificates by unregistered persons. (e) authority to prosecute - form of resolution. (f) Boards ofInquiry - preparation. Statement Statement Stateaent Statement Statement TITLEPAGE AND CONTENTS VICTORIAN DAIRY INDUSTRY AUTHORITY VICTORIANFREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1982 TARTII PUBLICATION EEQUIREHEHIS 1 Organisation and Functions PageNo Preliminaries - Establishment - PrincipalOfficer

    • Address

- ActsAdainistered - Organisation(including organisation chart) Functions

  • Decision MakingPowers

Consultative Arrangeaents 2 Categories ofDocuaents Description of Record KeepingSystems S Principal Records Series 5 - OtherRecords 3 FOI Arrangeaents Published Information on FOI 6 - FOI Access Arrangeaents C - Identification of Docuaents 6 Charges 7

  • • Correction of Personal Information 7

Nominated Officer 7 4 PublicityServices Literature Available Free or by 8 SubscriptionService 5 Procedures andGuidelines Manuals, Rules of Procedure 9 Interpretation of Acts orSchemes 10 2t> 3 4 4 4 Statement1 Fige1 nQlQRW -DAIRY 1HDU5IRI MIBOEin Q&GAHISAIIQM. AMD FUiOIOHS (i) Preliainaries Establishment 1977 Principal officer Dr. D. H. Flynn (Chairman) Address DomvilleAvenue, Hawthorn,3122. Acts Administered MilkBoard Act 1958 VictorianDairy Industry Authority Act 1977 (ii) fiiflifliadtifin. TheAuthority is organised functionally on a divisional basis. The divisions are -

  • administrationand finance division

, *COMMERCIAL DIVISION

  • MARKETINGDIVISION
  • TECHNICALDIVISION

taleieat-1 * 2 Oxflflnisatioa-&Functions (cont.) VICTORIANDAIRY INDUSTRY AUTHORITY ftxttnisatioa Chart MINISTEROF AGRICULTURE AUTHORITYBOARD GENERALMANAGER SECRETARY I-------------------- [------------------- 1 I TECHNICAL MARKETING COMMERCIAL ADMINISTRATION DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION &FINANCE DIVISION Statement .1 Page1 OrganisationA Functions (cont.) VICTORIANDAIRY INDUSTRY AUTHORITY Adiinigtratioa andFinance Division Secretary: Hr,D. J. Perrin. C/-Victorian Dairy Industry Authority, Doaville X /enue, Hawthorn,3122. Telephone(03) 8194000 TheAdainistration and Finance Division is responsible for all financial reporting, budgets, investments, financial management, dairy licences, milk contracts, adainistration services, correspondence, filing, personnel, payroll, Board natters, legal natters, statutory .natters and information management and Freedom of Information legislation. IsshnkaL,Division Manager; Mr.A. Mortimer, c/-Victorian Dairy Industry Authority, , DoavilleAvenue, Hawthorn,3122. Telephone(03) 81940.10 The Technical Division is responsible for all farm quality services,packaging, product development, consumer quality complaints and product testing. MarketingDivision Manager; Mr.V. Taylor, Cf-Victorian Dairy Industry Authority, Ooaville Avenue, Hawthorn,3122. Telephone(03) 8194000 The Marketing Division is responsible for all milk product advertisingand promotion, market research, sales, market planning and reporting. CommercialDivision Manager; Mir.H. G, Ellis, C/~Victorian Dairy Industry Authority, Doaville Avenue, Hawthorn,3122. Telephone(03) 8194000 TheCommercial Division is responsible for all price costing and determinations, Section 38 pool distributions, audit of returns, direct farmer payments, industry rebates, organisation of supply Of milk, data processing, sales statistics, production of internal reports and maintenance of computer lists of producers and milk shops, ■ Statement 1 Pa«e4 Organisation£. Functions (cont.) VICT08IAMDAIRY INDUSTRY AUTHORITY CiiilFunctions Thefunctions of the Authority are;

  • to ensure a sufficient supply of milk forhuman consumption

of a satisfactory standard to all markets in Victoria.

  • to ensure equitable returns to allVictorian dairyfaraers

from the markets of ailk for human consumption. A

  • to provide orderly aarketinv in the marketsfor ailk for

human consumption.

  • to develop pnd secure national and exportmarkets for

Victorian ailk .?or human consumption.

  • to, foster integration,rationalisation and optimum

economies within theVictorian dairy industry, (iv) DecisionMaking Powers Thematter of decision making powers is presently under review withthe Dairy Industry Bill 1904. f- (v) ConsultativeArrangements Note: The meetings ofthe following committee are not open to the general public nor are the minutes generally available. Joint MarketingWorking Party Established: Thecommittee was established at the request of. both the Victorian Milk Distributors Association and the Board of the Victorian Dairy Industry Authority. Chairman Dr. J. N. Bryden UContact: (General Manager) Membership:Membership comprises senior executives of the Victorian Dairy Industry Authority and office bearers of the Victorian Milk Distributors Association. Termsof To promote the spirit of co-operation and Reference; communication between the Authority and milk processors and distributors regarding marketing, supply, and quality of milk for human consumption. Page,5 Statement2 VICTORIANDAIRY INDUSTRY AUTHORITY CATEGORIESOF DOCUHEHIS Peaciiatioaof Becoifl Iccping SvatcM TheAuthority operates a central correspondence registry which aaintains its file records. The Authority's Computer Services Departnent aaintains E. D, P. systeas which are used to store and process other inforaation. Note; Records of theAuthority no longer in current use are destroyed under supervision. PrincipalEecaida.Series CentralRegistry: 1, General correspondence files (since 1958).Records relating to all aspects of the Authority and Milk Board's activities. Foraat: Files(Indexed) ComputerServices Departnent: 2. Administration, Financial and StatisticalData Base (since 1977). Details of licenced ailk shops, producers, fara production, financial accounting, sales, supply and fata payaents, 1. PublicInforaation Services. Mailinglists, publications issued or sold by the Authority. 2. BoardServices. Minutes,Board papers, legal files, trade nark files and Ministerial correspondence. Sates 25th July, 1984 Currencyof Stateaent: 25th July, 1984 Foraat: Tape andDisk

SUtfiifint-1 Pa3e7 FOI Arranoeaents(cont.) VICTORIANDAIRY INDUSTRY AUTHORITY willassist you in asking a request which will aid in identifying the docusents sought. Charges Chargesfor access to documents will be in accordance with the Freedoa of Information (Access Charges) Regulations 1983, Correction ofPersonal Information Requestsfor correction or anendaent of infenation about a person, which is contained in a docuaent held by the Authority My be Mde in writing preferably on the Fora provided for this purpose and should specify:~ (a) An address to where notices nay be sent to theperson Mking the request and; (b) Particulars of why the person asking therequest believes the inforMtion to be incomplete, incorrect, out of date or Misleading and specifying the aaendaents he or she wishes Mde, Q HoaiaatcflOfficer (a) For initial receipt of and action upon FOIrequests:-' Or. J. BrydenVictorian Dairy Industry Authority, Doaville Avenue, Hawthorn,3122. Telephone(03) 8194000 NotMlHours: , 8.30 a.a. to 5.00 p,a. (Monday to Friday) (b) For inspection or purchase of Part IIStatements on categories of docuaents, FOI Arrangements and Publicity Services Nr. D. PerrinVictorian Dairy Industry Authority, Doaville Avenue, Hawthorn,3122. NorMl Hours: 8.30a.a. to 5.00 p.a. (Monday to Friday) (c) For inspection or purchase of docuaentsavailable under Section 8 of the FOI Act;- Dr. 3, BrydenVictorian Dairy Industry Authority, Doaville Avenue, Hawthorn,3122 NormalHours; 6.30 a.a. to 5.00 p.a, (Monday to Friday) Date: - 25thJuly, 1994 Currencyof Statement: 25th July, 1984 Page€ .Stateient .3 PICIQRIM BUM. IRBUSIBX AUIHQRIII FQI ARRABfiEHHKS Pub.U«hcfl lBtaM4tifln.jaa .Eai

  • statement onOrganisation and Functions - see suaaury in

vkt9uan-Cflygifl>g>it.Jiu«;t8iy- A detailed stateaent is available for purchase (cost: 20c perpage) froa the Authority's Noainated Officer (see below).

  • Stateaent on Categories of Documents -available for

purchase (costs 20c per page) froa the Authority's Noainated officer (see below),

  • Stateaent on fOI Arrangement? - availablefree of charge

froa the Authority’s Noainated officer (see below),

  • Stateaent on Publicity Services - availablefree Of charge

froa the Authority's Officer (see below),

  • Stateaent on documents available forinspection or purchase

Under section 8 - available for purchase (cost: 20c per page) froa the Authority's Noainated Officer,;

  • Stateaent on Reports, etc, - available forpurchase (cost:

Sc per page) froa the Authority's Noainated officer, FQI.Asccaa AxiiogcaeaU Requestsfor access to all records of the Authority are dealt with centrally by the FOI Manager, Applicantsare requested to submit applications for access to records under FOI in writing, on a Request for Access Fora (FOI Request Fora 1) available froa the Authority, Identificationof Documents FOIrequests aust contain sufficient detail concerning the docuaent to enable the Authority to identify it. Inforaationabout the subject and the approximate date of the docuaent sought should be indicated as precisely as possible. TheAuthority's Stateaent on Categories of Documents aay be of assistance in identifying the series of category of. documents to Which access is sought. If so, reference to this additional information should be included in your requests. If the series is indexed it would be advisable to contact the Authority before submitting a request to obtain details of reference(s) which could be included in your request, Wherea request fails to provide the necessary inforaation to sufficiently identify the docuaent(s) requested, the Authority Statement4 Page6 mmimtmM industry auiuq&iiy PUBLICITYSERVICES Literature availablefree or hv Subscription Service

Details

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VDIA Newsletter

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Annual Report

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Project Hunch Prinary

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Nanes & Addreses of

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$100 per 1,000 naaes

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The Story of Milk

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Hilk A Milk Products

 Coaposition Analysis Chart
     

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Book Allliterature is available froa: VictorianDairy Industry Authority, Donville Avenue, Hawthorn,3122, Date: 25th July, 1984 Currencyof Statement: 25th July, 1584 SUteieat.5 ,Page 9 VICTORIAN DAIRYINDUSTRY AUTHORITY PBOCEDUBES JltP GUIOEHiUS «) Manuals, Bulca o£. £iocedMcfc-etc« 1, QuotaAllocation Policy Statement 2, StaffPolicies and Procedures Manual 3, ProductRecall Procedure Manual 4, ProcessorQuality Control Manual 5, Depots andFactories Fata Supply Quality Control Manual 6* u. H. T. Big M Quality Control Manual 7, laboratoryManual 8, Outline of Milk Board Policy and Proceduresin Relation to Milk Contracts 9, Milk Shoplicence Procedure Manual 10* Milk ContractProcedure Manual 11, Section 38Pool calculation Manual 12, Sales andPurchases Audit Procedures Manual 13, Far* PayaentsProcedure Manual Alldoquaents are located at - VictorianDairy Industry Authority, DoavilieAvenue, Hawthorn,3122. Date-, 25th July, 1984 Currencyof Stateaent*. 25th July, 1984 StotfiMfiat-S Proceduresand Guidelines Icont.) VICTOaiAMMIBY IMDUSTHY APTH01ITT b)Interpretation of Acts or Srhenes Filescontaining legal opinions on the Milk Board Act Victorian Dairy Industry Authority Act 1977. Alldocusents are located at - VictorianDairy Industry Authority, DonvilleAvenue, Hawthorn,3122. Date; 25thJuly, 1989 Currencyof Statement: 25th July, 1984 Page10 1958and the

VictorianDried Fruits Board

Headoffice 166tteHington Parade, last Melbourne, Victor* 3002 Fount adirm Bvk4041 (J P O, Melbourne, Victoria 3001 Telephone 03 651 3743 Tele\ 34261 Suwapaadistort office 87Orange Avenue, Mfltfura, Victoria 3500 Foustaddftu PO Boa 997 Madura, Victor* 3S00 Telephone 050 23 3764 Vft1370 VICTAEXANFREEDOM QF INFOP-MATIOK ACT 1982 PART 11 PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS PageNo. STATEMENT1 OEGAHI7ATION AND FUNCTIONS

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— -I- STATEMENT1 VICTORIANDRIED FRUITS BOARD MINISTER: . TheHonourable £>.£. Kent,. M.L.C. Minister of Agriculture ORGANIZATIONAND FUNCTIONS: (i) Preliminaries Establishment 3,92S Principal Officer: Mrs,H. M. Charlton 166Wellington Parade, EAST MELBOURNE. 3302 Tel: 651 77*3 Act Administered: DriedFruits Act .1958 (ii) Organization: TheiLDriedFruits Act 1958 provides that the Board. shall consist of three members appointed by the Governor in Council of whom- Ca) one shall be anofficer of the Department of Agriculture, nominated by the Minister, who shall be. appointed, as chairman of the.

Board;and

(b) two shall be appointed on therecommendation ' of the Minister' after the Minister has considered panels of not less than three and not more than five names of persons submitted by any organization or organizations considered by the Minister to represent growers of dried fruits and which has or have been invited by • the Minister to submit panels of names. Presentmembers of the Board are: Mr.J. D. F. BLACK, B. Agr. Sc., PrincipalOfficer Fruit Crops Industry Services of . the Department of Agriculture ■ Mr.C. R. LANGFORD GrapeGrower from Red Cliffs Memberof Australian Dried Fruits Association -2- VICTORIAN DRIED FRUITS BOARD STATEMENT I Mr.I. FARNSWORTH GrapeGrower from Robinvale Memberof Australian Dried Fruits Association (iii) Functions: Thefunctions of the_Victorian Dried Fruits Board are: .to administer the registration of packing houses .. to administer theinspection of dried fruits by inspectors in packing houses warehouses bonds shops or bakeries, on farms drying grounds drying racks dehydrators stores railway premises or wharves, in vehicles railway trucks or boats, or at., any other pla~e whatsoever, and the facilities necessary'to enable inspectors to make such inspections and keep records of the same and obtain samples of the fruit inspected and to detain dried fruits if necessary until such time as a release note be issued . by appropriatemeans encourage the development of and generally foster the dried fruits industry . by appropriatemeans co-operate with Boards appointed under legislation in force in other States of the Commonwealth of Australia with objects similar to those of the Victorian Dried Fruits Board in the regulation of the marketing of dried fruits and their disposal .to license persons to class fruit DECISIONMAKING POWERS . the matter orquestion shall be decided by the majority of the votes and the decision so arrived at shall be the decision of the Board which has all the powers and authorities; conferred upon if by the Dried Fruits Act CONSULTATIVEARRANGEMENTS . Consultativearrangements mist between the Dried Fruit. Boards of four of the states of Australia who meet under the title of The Dried Fruits Consultative Committee DATEOF ISSUE 30.7.84 CURRENCY 0? STATEMENT 30.7.84 -i- STATEMENT2 VICTORIANDRIED FRUITS BOARD CATEGORIESOF DOCUMENTS Minutesof meetings and copies of all correspondence are maintained by the Administrative Officer and held at the office of the Victorian Dried Fruits Board, 166 Wellington Parade, EAST MELBOURNE. 5002 TheAnnual Report which contains the financial report and various production reports is available at the office of the Board at 165 Wellington Parade, EAST MELBOURNE 3002 DATEOF ISSUE 30.7.8V CURRENCYOF STATEMENT 30.7.84 1- STATEMENT3 VICTORIANDRIED FRUITS BOARD F.C.IARRANGEMENTS Published information on F.O.I. Astatement on organization and functions is published in summary in the Victorian Government Directory. TheAnnual Report of the Victorian Dried Fruits'Board is available upon request from The' Secretary, 166 Wellington Parade, EAST MELBOURNE, 3002 F*Q..j*ACCESS. ARRANGEMENTS Allrequests for information will .be promptly acknowledged and advice given upon request CHARGESUNDER THE ACT Informationwill be provided at the lowest reasonable cost as set out:hereunder: (i) Photocopyfees,* (ii) . Search fees; <11: i

Civ)Deposits; (v}Maximum Charge; 20cento per M page Where the Board has to identify and locate documents; $22per hour Where a document is inspected by the applicant on the Board's premises: $5 per 15 minutes A"deposit of $25. may be requested before the Board will grant access if it is likely that charges will be substantial* Amaximum charge of $100 applies, Except word processor/computer charges Chargesmay be waived where the applicant is impecunious or the applicant's'intended use of the document is a use ■of general public interest or benefit AMENDMENTOF PERSONAL RECORDS No personal records are kept by the Board -2- VICTQRIAN DRIED FRUITS BOARD STATEMENT3 nominated,officer or the board Requestsfor* access to documents held by the Board are the responsibility of the Board's Principal Officer, who has been nominated as the Board's Freedom of Information Officer, Requestsfor information should be addressed to: Mrs.H, M, Charlton Secretary, VictorianDried Fruits Board, Box4041, G.P.O, MELBOURNE,3001 DATEOF ISSUE 30.7.St CURRENCYOF STATEMENT 30.7.84 -1- STATEMENT4 VICTORIAN DRIED FRUITS BOARD PUBLICITY SERVICES TheAnnual Reports of the Victorian Dried Fruits Board are available upon request from: TheSecretary, VictorianDried Fruits Board, 166 Wellington Parade, EAST MELBOURNE. 3002 \ DATEOF ISSUE 30.7.84 CURRENCYOF STATEMENT 30.7.84 -1- STATEMENT5 VICTORIAN DRIED FRUITS BOARD PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES TheVictorian Dried Fruits Board has no manuals on procedure guidelines. Minutesof the Board's meetings and the Annual Reports of the Board are held by the Administrative Officer and retained at the offices of the Board at 166 Wellington Parade, EAST MELBOURNE. 3002 DATEOF ISSUE 3G.7.8U CURRENCY OF STATEMENT 30.7.88



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- Manuals, Rules of Procedure 19-20 Mat Mabnn.r.t, l«tIMMtrmk. IhM Ml TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board (VA 1368) Statement1 - Organisation and functions A.General Nameand Address Principal Officer Establishment Acts Administered State, of Victoria Commonwealthof Australia BodiesIncluded TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board trading as Egg Farmers of Victoria 551 Chandler Road Keysbot-ough, 3173 D.J, Foster (Chairman) 1937 Marketing of Primary Products Act 1958 (No. 6304)  ; EggIndustry Stabilisation Act 1983 (No. 10024) Pultry Levy (Collection. Arrangement) Act 1965 (No. 7341) PoultryIndustry Levy Act Poultry Industry Levy Collection Act Poultry Industry Assistance Act Egg Export Control Act PoultryFarmer Licensing Committee B.Organisation TheBoard is organised functionally on a divisional basis as follows $ Administration Operations Marketing Field Services Manufacturing and Technical Operationsof The Poultry Farmer Licensing Committee are carried out by the Administration and Field Services Divisions n»*■» VICTORIANEGG MARKETING BOARD SXAOSEiT1 PAGE 2 ESSPARKERS OF. VICTORIA ORGANIZATION CHART Keyl?3A S'AS? uC-'r'iRv . ,5i ‘E'SC". •■ D. ■L*J*Ts |ACCCN \ ■ ANT | 13," tfoi.«y I

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t iT2CHV DA. I t SPADER * j 6„*s>sc>t ! Tr JLA50P‘'C-V t KAAAScS |S.Beerzot project 'agr A.V.a 1 iron BALLARAT I OErC «SR , | A.L’ tckt-'-a i ' 3. - TheVictorian Egg Marketing board Statement 1 - Organisation and Functions C,Functions and Responsibi1it ies TheBoard is constituted under the Marketing of Primary Products Act to ensure the supply and distribution of eggs at reasonable prices to consumers in Victoria. TheBoard consists of 6 Members appointed on the recommendation of the Minister of Agriculture of whom 3 must be producers of eggs. TheBoard acts as a producer co-operative receiving all eggs produced for sale in Victoria, disposing of the eggs on the most advantageous markets, and remitting the proceeds to the Producers after deducting Board costs. TheBoard's objectives are to provide a complete range of high quality eggs at ail times of the year at reasonable prices to consumers, and a fair return to producers and to increase egg consumption. Underthe Poultry Industry Acts, the Board collects Hen Levy from Producers on behalf of the Commonwealth. The Board pays the amount collected to the Commonwealth which puts the funds into The Poultry Industry Trust Fund. Paymentsare made from The Poultry Industry Trust Fund to the Board through the Victorian Treasury for the assistance of the poultry industry and are applied by the Board in accordance with the directions of the Commonwealth Minister for Primary Industry for the equalisation of losses on the disposal of eggs surplus to the domestic shell egg market on:- 1) the overseas market; 2) the domestic products market; or 3) to another State Board; andfor meeting costs associated with the Administration of the Poultry Industry Acts. TheBoard, acting as the Poultry Farmer Licensing Committee, issues quotas to producers of eggs and varies hen quotas to regulate the production of eggs* The Committee's objective is to achieve a zero exportable surplus by matching production to sales. .,/4 TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement1 - Organisation and Functions D.Decision Making Powers I.MARKETING OF PRIMARY PRODUCTS ACT USB 7 Declare a product to be acommodity. 7(1 A) Determine thelumber of producers of a product. 7(3) Appoint a day for a poll of producers. 7(5) Oeclare a Board to be constituted 1n relationto a comeodlty. 8(1) Appoint aMarketing Board In relation toa commodity. 8(2A) Call for panels of names. 8(2E) Recommend theappointment of any producersconsidered suitable. 11(1) Appointment ofChairman and Deputy Chairman. 11(2)Appointment of a person to a vacancy. 11A Appointment of a Manager. 11A(3) Exercise allthe powers and duties of a Board. GovernorIn Council Minister GovernorIn, Council GovernorIn Council Governor1n Council Minister Minister GovernorIn Council GovernorIn Council GovernorIn Council Manager 13(1) Direct that a pollof producers be taken Governor In todlsolve a Board (or to determine whether Council the functions of a Board should cease with respect to one or more of the commodities for which the Board was Constituted). 13(1A) Determine the total number of producers Minister ofa commodity. 13(3) Declare that a Boardshall be wound up Governor In (orthat Its functions shall cease with Council respect to one or more commodities for which the Board was constituted).

The Victorian Eke Marketing Board ** Statement 1 - Or>Eanisatip/i and Functions

 0. Decision Making Powers

1. MARKETING OF PRIMARY PRODUCTS ACT <1958 (Continued)

13(5)

Appointment of a Llguldator.

Governor In

 Council
       

13(B)

«  - 01 solve a Board (or declare* that the

 functions of a Board with respect to the
 comodlty for which It was constituted
 have ceased).
     

Governor In

 Council
       

,11(2)

Bemove the Meobers of a Board (If satisfied

 that the Board has become Involved In
 Party politics).
     

Governor In

 Council
       

15(a)

Purchase and hold land.

Marketing Board

15(b)

Enter Into Contracts.

Marketing Board

15(c)

Olspose of property,

Marketing Board

15(d)

Contract for the Insurance of any

 property.
     

Marketing Board

17(l)(a)

Declare that a commodity shall vest In

 a Marketing Board.
     

Governor In

 Council
       

17(l)(b)

Make provision to enable the Board to

 effectively obtain possession of the
 commodity.
     

Governor In

 Council
  

19(1) Declare two or wore products to bo Governor In commoditiesand to constitute a Board In Council relation to those commodities, 19(2) Power to declare a new commodity and Governor 1n place It under the control of an existing Council Board. ( 20(1) Arrange for thesale of any commodity In Marketing Board respectof which the Board Is constituted. 20(1)(a) Appoint or employ agents and officers. Marketing Board 20(1)(b) Arrange for financialaccomodation. Marketing Board 20(1)(c) Provide for thesupply of the commodity forMarketing Board consuaptlonIn Victoria. 20(l)(d) Arrangefor sales of the commodity to other Marketing Board Statesor countries, 20(1 )(e) Arrange for the sale of the comodlty to Marketing Board theBoard, 20(1)(f) Enter Into marketing arrangements with Marketing Board interstateBoards, etc. 20(1)(g) inter Into Contracts for the transport. Marketing Board treatment,grading, etc., or marketing of the comodlty. ,./6 -6 - ThtsVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement1 - Organi sat ion and Functions D. Decision Making Powers * t,MARKETING OR PRIMARY PRODUCTS ACT 1958 (Continued) 20(1)(h) (Where •Board Is constituted In relation Marketing Board to potatoes) enter Into Contracts for the processing of potatoes. 20(1)(1) Deduct fromthe nett proceeds of the sale Marketing Board of the commodity.an amount up to 5/24ths of a cent In the dollar of such proceeds (or such larger amount as the Governor In Council approves) for the purpose of the Board. 20(l)(j) Encouragethe consumption of the commodity Marketing Board In respect of **h1ch the Board Is constituted. 20(1)(k) Bank orInvest monies to the credit of the Marketing Board Board. 20(1A) Execute aguarantee In relation to arrangementsentered Into by Boards for financial accommodation. 20(A)(1) Enter intoContracts and give marketing Instructions relating to the handling, packing, marketing or processing of the commodity In respect of which the Board Is constituted. 21(d) Exempt from theoperation of Section 21 (relating to the delivery of the commodity to the Board) small producers of specific sales, 21(f) Revoke anexemption given under 21(d), 25(2) Oeduct from theproceeds of sale of ,the commodity, expenditure incurred In marketing treatment. Treasurerof Victoria MarketingBoard MarketingBoard MarketingBoard Marketing Board 25(3) Oeductfreight charges from payments to Marketing Board bemade to producers. 25(4) Determinethe quality, standard or grade Marketing Board ofany commodity delivered to the Board. i 25(4) Decidethe method of determining dockages Marketing Board anddeductions. 25(4) Decide the cost offreight. Insurance and MarketingBoard othercharges, 2* Declare that the provisions of Section 4B Governor in shall extend to other commodities. Council 27(1) Withholdreceipts for the delivery of any Marketing Board commodity which Is the subject of a mortgage charge lien, etc.

h -7 - TheVlcfcorian Egg Marketing Board Statements1 - Organisation and Functions 1).Decision Making Powers 1,MARKETING OF PRIMARY PRODUCTS ACT 1958 (Continued)

27(3)

Arrange for advances on account of the

 commodity delivered to the Board.
     

Marketing Board

28(1)

Specify Contracts relating*to the delivery •

 of the commodity 1n Victoria to be null
 and void, ,
     

Marketing Board

29

Refuse to carry any of the commodity from

 one place 1n Victoria to any other place
 in Victoria.
     

Any common

 carrier at the
 request of a
 Board
       

35(1)(•)

Make a levy on commodities.

Marketing Board

 subject to the
 approval of the
 Governor In
 Council
       

35C

Make agreements with marketing boards In

 other States relating to the sale of
 tobacco leaf.
     

Tobacco Leaf

 Marketing Board
       

35C

Subscribe capital to any company to carry

 out marketing functions.
     

Tobacco Leaf

 Marketing Board
       

35H

Applies the provisions of Sections 43 and

 40 to the Citrus fruit Marketing Board,
 with such modifications as are necessary.
     

Citrus fruit

 Marketing Board
       

351(2)

Specify a time for the purposes of Section

 49,
     

Citrus fruit

 Marketing Board
       

38(4)(b)

Appoint a date for the purpose of

 calculating eligibility of producers to
 vote at a poll In connection with the
 Victorian Cgg Marketing Board,
     

Minister

40(1)

Licence any suitable person to be a

 collector of eggs.
     

Victorian Cgg

 Marketing Board
 (VCMB)
       

40(3)

Grant or refuse an application for a

 licence as a collector of eggs.
     

Victorian Cgg

 Marketing Board
 (VCMB)
       

40(5)

Cancel a licence of any licensed collector

 who has failed to comply with the Act, etc.
     

Victorian Cgg

 Marketing Board
 (VCMB)
       

40(5)

Impose specified conditions on a licence.

Victorian Cgt

 Marketing Board
 (VCMB)
       

41A

Make regulations to ensure that eggs and

 egg products are of a satisfactory grade,
 quality and standard.
     

Governor In Council

8- TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement1 - Organisation and Functions D,Decision Making Powers 1. MARKETING OFPRIMARY PRODUCTS ACT 1958 (Continued) 41C 41C<4) Determinethe places where eggs may be presented to the Board for grading, testing, narking and stamping, permitany producer to carry out grading, testing, marking and stamping. VictorianEgg Marketing Board (VEMB) VictorianEgg Marketing Board 41C(8) 42A 43(1) 45(2) Determine fees to be paidpursuant to Victorian Egg this Section. MarketingBoard (VEMB) Makeregulations regarding keeping records; Governor In prescribing forms; and Inspecting records, Council etc. Enter premises; Inspect and takesamples; Any person Inspect and take copies of records; and authorised by make any necessary enquiries. theVEMB Makeregulations prohibiting or controlling Governor In the conversion of egg Into egg products. Council on the recommendation of VEMB 47 48(a)(1) Enter Into Contracts for the conversion of Victorian Egg eggs Into egg products. MarketingBoard (VEMB) Make progress payments to producers. Victorian Egg MarketingBoard (VEMB) 4B(a)(11)Make premium payments to producers VictorianEgg Marketing Board (VEMB) 48(a)(111)Rake final payments to producers VictorianEgg Marketing Board (VEMB) 48(b) 48(c) Make deductions from progresspayments for Victorian Egg specified purposes. MarketingBoard (VEMB) Make decisions regarding the quality, Victorian Egg standard or grade of thecommodity Marketing Board delivered to the Board; themethod of (VEMB) determiningdockages; the cost of freight. Insuranceand any other amounts to be deducted. 48(1) Require persons to furnish returns Minister regardinga commodity (for official marketing Information). <</9 -9 - TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement1 - Organisation and Functions D.Decision Making Powers 1,MARKETING OF PRIMARY PRODUCTS ACT 1958 (Continued) 49(3) 50 Authorise any person to inspectbooks Minister at the vouchers, account sales, and any crop Request of a or commodity. Board Arrange to publish or broadcast Minister informationregarding the current wholesale and retail price of any commodity in respect of which a Board is constituted. SiA Cause a roll of producers of any Minister commodityto be compiled and revised or corrected, 5ID 58 Revokea nomination made under Section 51C (i.e., the nomination of a person to vote on behalf of a producer at a poll). Makeregulations for any of the purposes specified in the Act* Nominating Producer Governorin Council NOTEs Sections35C to 48 eelate to specific marketing boards and are dealt With in the entries relating to these boards, i.e., Citrus Fruit Marketing Board, Tobacco Leaf Marketing Board and Victorian Egg Marketing Board. 2,EGG INDUSTRY STABILISATION ACT 1983

3(2)

Declare that hens of a specified class

 are not broiler breeder hens*
     

Governor in

 Council
       

4(2)

Exempt poultry farms of the Crown,

 a statutory authority or an educational
 institution or of a community project
 involving not more than 100 hens.
     

Governor in

 Council
       

9

Use officers and servants of the Board*

Licensing Committee

10(1)

Appoint a day the Licensing Committee,

 shall wind up its affairs or appoint a
 liquidator to wind up the, affairs of
 the Committee.
     

Governor in

 Council
       

11(1)

Authorise Officer or servant of the

 Board to be an inspector.
     

Licensing Committee

12(2)

Search and inspect places or vehicles,

 examine and count hens and pullets and
 inspect and take copies of records*
     

Authorised

 Inspector .
  

/IQ 10- theVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement1 - Organisation and Functions D.Decision Making Powers 2.EGG INDUSTRY STABILISAflQN ACT 1983 (Continued)

13(1)

Demand from a person his name and

 place of residence.
     

Authorised Inspector

17

Issue a licence to an applicant.

Licensing Committee

18(1)

Issue a licence to a licensee.

Licensing Committee

18(2)

Fix the last day on which applications

 for a licence, for a licensing period
 may be made.
     

Licensing Committee

20(0+ (2)

Shall not issue a licence to a person

 unloss it is satisfied he is or will
 forthwith become and continue to be a
 bonafide poultry farmer at the place to
 which the licence relates.
     

Licensing Committee

20(3) Not issue alicence to a person if his Licensing Hen Quota would exceed 10,000 or such Committee other number he is authorised to hold by t he Act or the total hen quota at; the place to which the licence relates would exceed 40,000 or such other number as is authorised by the Act. 23(1) 23(3) 24 25 May cancel a licence Licensing (a) if the prescribed fee isnot Committee paid (b) for a breach of acondition or restrictionto which the licence is subject (c) if the licensee of alicence firstissued after 8 December, 1082,ceases to be a bonaflde poultry farmer at the place to which the licence relates (d) if the licensee has beenconvicted ofan offence against the Act (e) if in it's opinion, alicence was issuedas a result of false or misleading information furnished to it or the Review Committee (f) at the request of thelicensee Where it believes the fault does not Licensing warrant cancellation, may reduce the Committee henquota of a licensee by such number as it considers appropriate. Mayoperate any poultry farm to which the licence applied until the granting of probate or for twelve months which- ever is the earlier. Determinethe number of hens constituting the State Hen Quota, Executorof Estate of Deceased Licensee Governorin Council -11 - TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement1 - Organisation and Functions D.*Decision Making Powers 2,EGG INDUSTRY STABILISATION ACT 1083 (Continued)

26

Determine the number of hens

 constituting the Issued Quota which
 may not exceed the State Hen Quota,
     

Licensing Committee

27

Where the Issued Quota is reduced,

 Shall reduce the hen quota in excess
 of 1,000 of each licensee by the same
 percentage.
     

Licensing Committee

28

Where the Issued Quota is increased and

 had been reduced during the preceding
 twelve months, shall allocate the
 increase to the licensees whose hen
 quotas were reduced in proportion to
 the reduction up to the amount of the
 reduction, and shall sell the amount of
 the increase in excess of the amount of
 the reduction,
     

Licensing Committee

29

Shall notify each licensee of his new

 hen quota.
     

Licensing Committee

30

May, for a seasonal quota period specified

 by it, reduce hen quotas in excess of
 2,000 by the same percentage.
     

Licensing Committee

31

May, on application, authorise the

 licensee* to keep a specified number of
 hens in excess of his seasonal quota
 for a specified, shorter period provided
 the total number of hen days does not
 exceed the hen days which would have
 applied under Section 30*
     

Licensing Committee

32

Shall not allocate hen quota to a

 licensee whose hen quota exceeds 10,000
 or to increase a licensee's hen quota
 above 10,000 except as provided in the
 Ac t,
     

Licensing Committee

33

Shall not allocate hen quota in respect

 of a place in excess of 40,000 or such
 other number authorised by the Act,
     

Licensing Committee

34

May sell, the poultry farm together with

 the hen quota with certain restrictions
 if the hen quota exceeds 40,000 at the
 place to which the licence relates or
 the hen quota allocated to each
 purchaser would exceed 10,000.
     

Owner of a

 poultry fan
       

35(2)

Appoint Review Committee.

Governor in

 Council
       

36

Consider and determine appeals sub*

 •inittcd to it.
     

Review Committee

12- theVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement1 - Organisation and Functions D,'Decision Making Powers 2,EGG INDUSTRY STABILISATION ACT 1993 fContinued) 40 DeclareReview Committee dissolved when LicensingCommittee is dissolved. 41(1) Appointsecretary to the Review Committee from Officers of the Department of Agriculture. 41(2) With theapproval of the Minister make use of services of officers of the public service, 43(f)On application and surrender of a licence,cancel the applicant's licence and issue licence(s) as requested in the application. 43v4) Notapprove application or issue 1ieenceunless satisfied person specified is a natural person and is or will forthwith become a bonafide poultry farmer* at the place to which the licence relates or will relate. 43(8) Rot approve anapplication cancelling a licence relating to a place outside the prescribed area and issuing a licence relating to a place within that area or if such approval would increase* hen quota of a person to more* than 10,000. 44 Specifyin the 1 ice*nee the amount of henquota applying to that licence, 47 Arrangefor the sale of quota by tender. 48(1) Grant permitsto keep broiler breeder hens, layer breeder hens, pure bred hens kept for exhibition purposes and hens not used for the production of eggs for human consumption. 48(4) Cancel permits forbreaches of conditionsor if issued on false or misleading information. 49(1) Appealcancellation, reduction or refusalof the Licensing Committee to the Review Committed, 49(2) Confirm, varyor substitute a decision the Licensing Committee is empowered to make. Governorin Council Minister Review Committee Licensing Committee Licensing Committee Licensing Committee licensing Committee Licensing Comm i 11 ee Llcensirsg Committee Licensing Committee Licenseeor Applicant Review Committee -13 - TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement 1 - Organisation and Functions O'.* Decision Making Powers 2.EGG INDUSTRY STABILISATION ACT 1083 (Continued'}

54

Require information from applicants*

licensing

 Committee or
 Review Committee
       

65

Authorise seizure of hens.

Stipendary' Magistrate

69

Make regulations regarding keeping

 records* inspecting records and
 prescribed forms, and sale of quota
 by tender* etc.'
     

Governor in

 Councit
       

POULTRY

UVY (COLLECTION ARRANGEMENT) ACT 1065


5

Carry out the arrangement between The

 Commonwealth of Australia and The State
     

Victorian Egg

 Marketing Board
       

     

of Victoria to collect levy payable in

 respect of hens kept in Victoria and to
 pay such levy to the Commonwealth.
       

POULTRY

INDUSTRY LEVY C0I1ECN0N AC I loot)


5

Enter into an arrangement with a State

 for the collection of levy by the State
 Egg Board,
     

Commonwealth of Australia'

.6(1 HOJ

Retain levy from moneys payable to a

 person,
     

State Egg

 Board
       

8(2)

Grant remission of an amount of levy*

Commonwealth Minister

0

Recover amounts of levy and penalty

 and amounts payable by a State Egg

Board*

Commonwealth

 of Australia
       

11

Enter premises* search'for and examine

 hens, books, documents or other
 papers.
     

A, Person Authorised by

 the Minister
       

12

Make regulations for the collection or*

 recovery of levy, keeping of records,
 requiring returns of information, etc.
     

Governor *>

 General
       

POUtTRY

INDUSTRY ASSISTANCE ACT 19b5-I960

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6A

Approve payments to a State for the

 assistance of the* poultry industry*
     

Commonweal tli

 Minist er
       

68

Approve payments for poultry industry

 research *
     

Commonwealth

 Minister
  

«*/l4 -14 TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement1 - Organisation and Functions I),Decision Making Powers 5*POULTRY INDUSTRY ASSISTANCE ACT 1965-1066 (Continued) 7* Arrange for a loan from the Reserve Commonwealth Bank of Australia to a State Egg Board* Minister 0, Make regulations for carrying out the Governor - Act. General 6.POULTRY INDUSTRY LEVY ACT 1065-1966 0* Direct that hens be deemed to be Commonwealth owned by a person. Minister or Person Authorisedby him it. Make regulations for carrying out the Governor - Act, General -15 - TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement1 - Organisation and Functions E.Consultative Arrangements TheBoard either directly or through its Chairman, Members orGeneral Manager, consults regularly with the Ministerand Officers of the Department of Agricultureand periodically with Members of Parliamentwhose interest in Board a tivities isof a regional or parliamentary committee nature- TheBoard consults regularly with industry organisations including:- ProducerOrganisations - CommercialEgg Producers Association, EggProducers Association of Victoria, VictorianFarmers anb Graziers Association; Agentsand Distributors - Authorised-Fgg Agents and Distributors Association, Egg Wholesalers Association; NationalOrganisations * AustralianEgg Marketing Council, (formerly The Council of Egg Marketing Authorities!, Australian Council of Egg Producers, OtherState Egg Marketing Authorities, AustralianEgg Board; AssociatedOrganisations - VictorianHatcherymens Society, StockfeedManufacturers Association, TheLicensing Committee receives advice from The Poultry Farmer Licensing Review Committee which on appeal from an applicant or licensee, may confirm or vary a decision of the Licensing Committee, ,,/l6 16- TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement2 - Categories of Documents A. Descriptionof Record Keeping System TheBoard maintains general and divisional records at its head office at 551 Chandler Road, Kcysborough. Adata base computer system is used for financial information as well as production and sales statistics and related information. Correspondence files are maintained by divisions in alphabetical order and/or by subject matter. B. PrincipalRecord Series Producerc,recordsare maintained by the Field Services Division in Producer Number order which is assigned generally in alphabetical order. BoardMinutes are maintained chronologically. Instructionsand Circulars are filed by number assigned when issued. Personnelrecords arc filed alphabetically by employee. Accountingdocuments (sales and purchase invoices, etc*.), are filed in numerical order. C, Other Records Record Notesof Executive Meetings Contracts Marketing Plans Sales Reports and Surveys Product Development and Specifications Structural Drawings, Plans and Specificatious Equipment Manuals Quotesfor Buildings and Equipment Quality Control Procedures Manufacturing Procedures Purchase documents relating to the supply of goods and services Inspectorial Reports Grading Quality Reports ../17 FiledBy Dates SubjectMatter Dates Dates ProductName SubjectMatter Subject Matter Subject Matter Subject Matter Product Name SupplierName Number Location . -»7. - theVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement3 - FOI Arrangements A.published Information on FOI Copies of the followingstatements are available for inspection at the Law Department, Public Record Office and State Library, or may be obtained on application to

the Board's

FQI Manager;

Statement 1

Organisation and Functions

2

Categories of Documents

3

FOI Arrangements

4

Publicity Services

5

Procedures and Ouidelines

6

Report Literature

FOI Access

Arrangements

AHrequests for access to records of the Board should be made in writing to the Board's FOI Manager# Applications preferably on an "Access Request Form", copies oi which are available from the FOI Manager, should give as much information as possible about the documents# Chargesfor access to documents may be made, and if so, will be in accordance with the Freedom of Information (Access Charges) Regulations 1983- C. Correctionof Personal Information Requestsfor correction or amendment of information about a person which is contained in 3 document held by the Board may be made in writing, preferably on a "Correction or Amendment of Personal Records" form, ora "Notation to be added to the Personal Record" form, copies of which are available from the FOI Manager. D. NominatedOfficer of the Board Anyrequests for further information or Specific requests under the Freedom of Information Act should be directed to the Board's FOI Manager, C,L« Jefferson Secretary The Victorian Egg Marketing Board P.0. Box 141 Noble Park 3174 Telephone: (03)798-7077 OfficeHours; 8:30 a.m# to 5*00 p.m. Monday to Friday ../IS -18 - TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement4 ~ Publicity Services Thefollowing publications are distributed to those listed and are available to others on request: Publication Frequency Egg Farmers of VictoriaNewsletter Monthly Distributedto the Industry VictorianEgg Marketing Board Annual Report Poultry Parmer Licensing Committee Annual Report The Annual Reports to the Minister of Agriculture are distributed to Parliament and the Industry. Annually Annually ../19 -19 - TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement5 -* Procedures and Guidelines No. Date Issued Subject Issuing Department 717 722 723 725 729 ! i1/02/80 22/04/80 06/05/80 28/05/80 29/07/80 GeneralInstructions 730 733 27/04/81 j 20/10/81 ITransfer of Class “A” Eggs to Pulp folk Colour Testing jStock Control Procedures, Keysborough jUse-by-Date on Outer Cartons jProcedures for Shell Egg Quality | Testing GroupGrade Procedures Stamping Eggs Under Section 41C of the Marketing of Primary Products Act Procedure for Obtaining Goods and/or Services Eggs to Manufactureor Storage Pack-to-Order Packing Material Types Variation to the Fee Payable for the Grading, Testing, Marking and Stamping | I I <>f Eggs j 741 08/10/82 jChanges Due to New Grading Rates 736 06/01/82 737 740 05/03/82 29/03/82 06/10/82 Operations Operations Finance Operations Operations Finance Field Services Finance Operations Operations Finance Finance I I624 1 630 ! 632 [634 I639 640 PA641 643 644 645 646 72/80 31/82 59/82 88/82 97/82 99/82 j103/82 !33/83 75/83 j81/83 | 89/83 98/83 107/83 j j AgentsInstructions I 19/02/80 {Plastic Key Fillers for ManufactureEggsjOperations j 30/01/81 {Producer Filler Maintenance {Operations 27/04/8i {Group Grade Procedures {Finance 02/07/81I Elimination of Ungraded Afterstock {Finance 06/10/82 {Variation to the Fee payable for the {Finance {Grading, Testing, Marking and Stamping! ' ' " I 08/10/82 29/11/82 23/09/83 23/09/83 23/09/83 27/06/84 25/U/80 04/05/82 16/08/82 19/11/82 17/11/82 19/11/82 01/12/82 30/03/83 28/06/83 05/07/83 09/O8/83 03/10/83 jofEggs {Changes Due to New GradingRates {Finance {interest Charge on OverdueProducer {Finance {Agents' Accounts (19*5%) 1 I Preparation of Internal Credit Notes {Operations {Preparation of Transfer Advice - Form 10)Operations {Preparation of Stock Declarations and {Operations {Discrepancies - Forms 74 and SO j |Egg Pallet Deposit jFinance Circulars Salesin 20 Dozen Plastic Crates Minimum Rate of Lay Grading and Packing Standards Farm Pulp production Standards Grading Standards Use-by-Date Coding Use-by-Date Coding 1 1 JOperafc ]Field Head 0 Field Field lOperat |HeadOffice [Finance PolicyRe Over Quota Hens Retail Trolley Movement Hen Levy Late Payment Penalty Increased to 20% Use-by-DateCoding CorrectiveAction for Quality Problems!Head Office Charge for* Machine Stamps Excluding tips {Field Services jField Services !Operations •* / 20 20- TheVictorian Egg Marketing Board Statement5 - Procedures and Guidelines (Continued) No. Date Issued Subject issuing Department I119/83 1121/83 I 1122/83 i 1124/83 1125/83 f130/83 U31/83 1134/83 1136/83 1140/83 I 3/84 I 4/84 I 6/84 I 8/84 I 10/84 I 12/84 l 13/84 14/84 16/84 26/84 29/84 30/84 31/84 33/84 03/11/83 03/11/83 08/11/83 25/11/83 09/11/83 24/11/83 25/11/83 30/11/83 07/12/83 21/12/83 04/01/84 11/01/84 18/01/84 19/01/84 08/02/84 07/03/84 28/02/84 22/02/84 28/02/84 27/03/84 24/04/84 24/04/84 18/04/84 24/04/84 i Circulars- (Continued) I . ~' |One Dozen Carton Supply I Packing Material Returns to 1Manufacturers IGovernment Contracts for the Supply of I Eggs |FreeRange Eggs j30 Dozen Field Cartons [Packing Material Returns for Credit [Distributors Weekly Sales Summary (Dockage Policy Proceduresfor Washing Eggs Under Permit Certificate for Candling Staff Identification of Pulp Incorrect Statement of Pullet Ages 30 Dozen Field Cartons Soiled Free Range Eggs Customer Registrations Pack-to-0rder Supplies in 360 Do* RetailTrolleys Human Consumption Pulp - Price Reduction) Field Services) Rationalisation of 1 Doz Egg Carton Usage) Operations | Meeting Demand for ^ Doz and IS Egg Packs [Head Office [ |36/841 11/05/84 1 I I38/841 14/05/84 I 1 139/841 23/05/84 | 40/84 I 22/05/84 1 i |44/84106/06/84 1 46/841 20/06/84 1 I |48/841 27/06/84 I1 [50/84102/07/84 1 i HeadOffice j Operations j 1 HeadOffice | I HeadOffice j Operations j Operations j Field Services) Head Office j Field Services) Field Services) Field Services) Field Services) Operations j Field Services) Field Services) Operations [ ProteinTests on Poultry Feeds Pri ce Reduction in 651s and 60's Price Reduction in 65'S and 60's [Technical [Head Office [Finance j Operations I Finance Paek-to-Order Use-by-Dates Producers Hen Levy Reduced For May and June j Eggs Unsuitable For Sale, Manufacture [Operations or Storage 1 30 Dozen FieldCartons for Storage or {Operations Manufacture Egg Pallet Deposit Deliveriesof Ungraded and Packed-to- j Order Eggs FreeRange Egg Prices Value of Transfer Packing Material Pallets ProducersAvailable to Supply Distributors Reimbursementof Members' Expenses [Operations 1 Finance |Finance and j Finance 1 I Field Services 1 [Finance ../21 ESTERN METROPOLITANMARKET TRUST ro90% ft FOOrSCMY,»lJ


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WESTERN METROPOLITAN MARKETTRUST STATEMENT 1: ORGANISATION AMP FUNCTIONS 1938 NrF j Maddern, 08E, JP. (ClMlrMii) 55 Narket Road, Brooklyn Vic Western Metropolitan Narket Act 1938 TheTrust Is organised as Follows: NINISTER OFAGRICULTURE I SECRETARY •------------------- — TRUSTEES I SUPERVISORS 3. FUNCTIONS Tooperate and administer a pig and calf market on behalf of the participating Councils with responsibility to the Minister of Agriculture to report on the operations of the Market and to hold In trust the lands buildings and other assets of the Trust on behalf of the participating Councils as follows: Cityof Essendon City of Footscray City of Sunshine City of Wllllamstown Shire of Werrlbee 4. Decision making and other Powers Conferred onthe Western Metropolitan Narket Trust affecting Members of the Public. 1• PRELIMINARIES Establishment: Principal Officer: Address: Act Administered: 2. ORGANISATION SECTION POWER BYWHOM EXERCISED

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Acquisition of land for use In

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 Narket
       

       

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Lease or sale of land surplus to

 Trust requirements
       

9(1)

Power to relse funds for specified

 Limit
  

Trustees Governor-1n-Counc11 Governor-1n-Counc11 »(!)(•) IssueDebenture to secure Loans Governor-1n-Counc11 Formof Debentures to secure Loans Governor-InCouncil 9(3) 2, STATEMENT1. WESTERNMETROPLITAN MARKET TRUST

SECTION

POWER

BY WHOM EXERCISED

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Secretary

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 Interest not satisfied within two
 months end appointment of Receiver
     

Supreme Court

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Receiver to deemed Officer of Trust

Supreme Court

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Supreme Court

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Power to borrow temporary financial

 accommodation
     

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Power to provide all proper

 facilities to conduct the Market
     

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Demand and receive rents tolls dues

 and fees for or in connection with
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 tolls dues and fees
     

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Taking of action re breach of this

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Making of By Laws

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5. CONSULTATIVEARRANGEMENTS Noformal Consultative Arrangements have been established or exist for consultations with or representations by bodies and persons outside the Government Administration In relation to formulation of policy In or the administration of the Trust and no board, council committee or other body is constituted for the purpose of advising the Trust, 3 WESTERNHETROPOLITAM MARKET TRUST / STATEMENT 2: CATEGORIESOF DOCUMENTS ThtTrust Maintains a filing systM at Its rtgisttrtd offlct at 55 Harktt Road, Brooklyn which contains rtcords of all corrtspondtnct ptrtaining to tht busintss of tht Trust, ptrsonntl rtcords, and all docuatnts rtlativt to pigs and calvts rtctlvtd and sold at tht Harktt. PRIMCIPALRECORttS Otntralcorrtspondtnct flits frow 1938 tol984 rtlatlng to all asptcts of tht Trust's optratlonal actlvltlts, OTHERRECORDS Saltsrtcords, statistical inforaatlon and financial rtcords. i 4. WESTERNMETROPOLITAN MARKETTRQST £9JU£££$LiimfSlIS Requestsfor access to all records of the Trust should be directed In writing to the Secretary, Western Metropolitan Market Trust, PO Box 89, Footscray 3011. IDENTIFICATION OFDOCUMENTS FOIrequests mist contain sufficient detail concerning the document to enable the Trust to Identify it. Including If possible the subject and date of the document sought. CHARGES No charges are madefor access to documents. CORRECTION OFPERSONAL INFORMATION Requestsfor correction or amendment of Information about a person which Is or may be contained 1n a document held by the Trust may be made In writing preferably In the following format: a. Address to where notices may be sent to theperson making the request. b. Particulars of why the person making therequest believes the Information to be Incomplete, Incorrect, out of date or misleading and specifying amendments desired to be made. NOMINATED OFFICERS OFTHE TRUST For Initial receiptof and action upon FOI requests: MrG H Comben. Secretary, Western Metropolitan Market Trust, PO BOX 89, FOOTSCRAY 3011. 5. MCSTCintMETiOPQUTAM MAMET TWIST STATEMENT 4: PUBLICITYSERVICES TiltTrust docs not Maintain a publicity servlet but InforMstlon as required relating to the operation and MinagMwnt of the Market Is available free of charge. 6. HCSTEIWHCTBOPOtITA* MAMET TtUST nnmins: mmms m guidcuies TinTrust dots not Maintain formal Manuals of Procedure, or 6u1dt11nas of Procedure. SuchProcaduras and Guidelines as required for the operation of the Market are laid down In the Act and/or the By Laws. I

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Young farmers financeCouncil

GoRURAL FINANCE COMMISSION ■EMBANK HOUSE’ J2S COLLINS STREET MELBOURNE3000 TELEPHONE *13771 CVA1460) VICTORIANFREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1982 PART II PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS PageNo. STATEMENT1 ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS

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YOUNGFARMER'S FINANCE COUNCIL VA 1460

MINISTER: A

The Honourable D.E. Kent, M.L.C.

 Minister o£ Agriculture
  

ORGANIZATIONAND FUNCTIONS: (i) Preliminaries

Establishment

1979

Principal Officer:

 Address:
     

Mr. I.K, Morton

 Embank House
 325 Collins Street
 Melbourne. 3000.
 Tel: 614 4344
       

Acts Administered;

Young Farmer's Finance Council Act 1979

-a - YOUNG FARMERS FINANCE COUNCIL STATEMENT 1 <ii) Organization: The Young Farmer's FinanceCouncil Act provides that the ^ jgouncil shall consist of 6 members appointed by the

  • Governor-in-Council on the nomination: .of the Minister . The

Act also provides that of the members nominated by the Minister - oneshall be chosen by the Minister from a panel of three names submitted to him at his invitation by the Royal Agricultural Society; , one shall be chosenby the Minister from a panel of five names submitted to him at his invitation by the body or bodies which, in his opinion, best represent the young farmers of Victoria; , two shall bepersons who have, in the opinion of the Minister*, Knowledge and experience in business or finance; and » two shall bepersons who have, in the opinion of the Minister, knowledge and experience in the farming industry, Present members ofthe Council are: Mr.F.W. DRUM Wimmera Grain Grower VicePresident, Victorian Farmers & Grazier's Association; Deputy Chairman, Economics & Taxation Committee, V.F.G.A. Member, Technical & Further Education Standing Committee on Agricultural Education, Mr,(C,A. FINNIN Managerfor Victoria, Commonwealth Development Bank of Australia Former Chairman, VictorianChapter of Society for Senior Executives, • Mr.P. KINNERSLY Conductsa mixed farming operation in the Ballarat district. FormerPresident, Victorian Young Farmers FormerVice-President, Australian Council of Rural Youth .- 3 - YOUNG FARMERS FINANCE COUNCIL STATEMENT 1 Mr.A.D.PERRY N' GoulburnValley dairy farmer Member,Australian Hairy Corporation Member,Australian Dairy Farmers Federation Executive DeputyPresident, United Dairyfarmers of Victoria ExecutiveMember, Victorian Farmers & Graziers Association Director,Tatura Milk Products Ltd, Mr.I.K. MORTON Chairman, Rural Financecommission . Commissioner,, State Savings Bank of Victoria Councillor, Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria Mr.R. BALDERSTONE Chairmanof the Young Farmer's Finance Council retired recently and a replacement has not yet been appointed. TheRURAL FINANCE COMMISSION provides administrative services for the Council, The Administrative Officer of the Council is Mr 3, A, Noonan, C/- Rural Finance Commission, Embank House, 325 Collins Street, Melbourne. Tel. 614 4344 Ciii) Functions; The functions of theYoung Farmer's Finance Council are: , to encourage theestablishment of young persons in farming; to assist young persons who havedemonstrated an interest and ability in farming to become established as farmers; and . . to advise andassist the Minister on the development of schemes for the purchase of farming land or improvements by the Council for lease or sale to young persons or otherwise to assist young persons to become established in farming. DECISION MAKINGPOWERS The Council operatesin an advisory capacity only, -4 A YOUNG PARKERS FINANCE COUNCIL STATEMENT 1 CONSULTATIVEARRANGEMENTSt' Farmergroups and financial institutions are represented on the Council and, from time to time, submissions are invited from Agricultural Colleges, the Department of Agriculture, the Banking Sector and other interested groups, Pursuant to Section 37C1A) ofthe Rural Finance Act, the Treasurer may determine, either generally or in a particular case, any one or more of the terms and conditions, Cincluding interest rates, repayment arrangements and any other matters,) to be included in loans or other financial arrangements made to young persons carrying on agricultural, horticultural, pastoral, viticulture! or other rural pursuits. *. ■ ’ Consultativearrangements exist between the Rural Finance Commission and the Young Farmers Finance Council in relation to the administration of these loans. < 1 miEftEN.1,-2 YOUNGFARMERS' FINANCE COUNCIL CATEGORIESOF DOCUMENTS Minutesof meetings and copies of all correspondence are maintained by the Administrative Officer and held at the Offices of the Rural Finance Commission, Embank House, 325 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000. f 1 STATEMENT3 YOUNGFARMERS' FINANCE COUNCIL F.O,IARRANGEMENTS Publishedinformation on F,0.I. Astatement on organization and functions is published in summary in the Victorian Government Directory, A detailed statement is available for purchase (cost; 20 cents per page) from the Council's nominated officer (see below) and for inspection at the Law Department, Public Record Office, State Library and local library venues, Statement on Categories of documents - available forpurchase (cost: 20c per page) from theCouncils nominated officer andfor inspection at the Law Dept, Puhlic Records Office, State Library and local library venues. Statementon F.O.I. arrangements - available free of charge from the Council's nominated officer and for inspection at the Law Dept., Public Records Office, State Library and local library venues. Statementon Publicity Services - available free of charge - as above. F.O.I.ACCESS ARRANGEMENTS Accessto information is obtainable on written request as detailed in section 17 of the Act, Allapplications should be on the prescribed form which is available from the Council's Freedom of Information Officer, Rural Finance Commission, Embank House, 325 Collins Street, Melbourne, Allrequests will be promptly acknowledged and advice given as to access arrangements and appropriate charges, 2 YOUNG FARMERS FINANCE COUNCIL STATEMENT 3 Informationwill be provided at the lowest reasonable cost as set out hereunder: Ci)Photocopy fees: <ii) Search fees: (iii)Supervision fees Civ) Deposits: 20cents per A4 page Where the Council has to identify and locate documents: $20 per hour Where a document is inspected by the applicant on the Council's premises: $5'per 15 minutes* Adeposit of $25 may be requested before the Commission will grant access if it is likely that charges will be substantial. Cv) Maximum Charge: Amaximum charge of $100 applies* exceptword processor/computar stored information as per Section 19 of the Act, Chargesmay be waived where the applicant is impecunious or the applicant's intended use of the document is a use of general public interest or benefit. Amendmentof Personal Records Nopersonal records are kept by the Council, NominatedOfficer of the Council. Requestsfor access to documents held by the Council Under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 are the responsibility of the Council’s Freedom of Information Officer: Mr.3. Edmonds. Requestsfor information should be in writing ton the prescribed form which is available from) and addressed to: Mr,J, Edmonds Freedomof information officer Rural Finance commission Embank House 325 Collins Street MELBOURNE 3000 DATEOF ISSUE 20*07,84 CURRENCY OF STATEMENT 13.07.84

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STATEMENT4 YOUNGFARMERS' FINANCE COUNCIL PUBLICITYSERVICES Aninformation brochure titled 'Young Farmer Finance' is available on request from; TheSecretary, RuralFinance Commission, EmbankHouse, 325Collins Street, Melbourne.3000. DATEOF ISSUE 20,07.84 CURRENCY OF STATEMENT 13.07,84 STATEMENT5

-I ' YOUNGFARMERS' FINANCE .COUKCU PROCEDURESAND GUIDELIKES TheYoung Farmer's Finance Council is ah advisory body and has no decision making powers. There are no manuals on procedure guidelines. Minutesof the Council's meetings are held by the Administrative Officer and retained at the offices Of the Rural Finance Commission Embank House, 325 Collins Street,

Melbourne, 3000.

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