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You might have recently read about the big hay shed fires in Victoria. Two separate fires in different towns on the same day, and in both cases the sheds were completely destroyed. Over 1,000 bales of hay disappeared in a … Continue reading
Handyseal is a cool new product ideal for poultry sheds and hen houses to keep out those pesky vermin snakes, rats and mice.
It is important to use a company with a lot of experience in equestrian builds rather than just a “shed company” when you decide to build your dream indoor dressage arena. Dressage arenas are not sheds by a long stretch … Continue reading
The faithful old shed suffered severe damage to the cladding and frame in 180 km/h winds last year when a tree fell onto the top corner. The manager’s ute was completely flattened by the same tree. The Crackenback valley is … Continue reading
When you build your new shed out on the remote hillside, in the middle of nowhere, you need a quality solution for lighting the shed or its perimeter! Enter ROC-SOLID Solar Energy Products and their fabulous Solar FARMLIGHT Kit. The … Continue reading
Andrew Chapman’s book “Around the Sheds” is a photographic collection of woolsheds and shearing culture from right around Australia. “It’s been a lot of travelling; I’ve done about 25,000 kilometres over the last twelve months,” Andrew says. Andrew Chapman’s stunning … Continue reading
This is our mid year report from around the Australian countryside on recent mouse plagues, populations and the mice situation currently relating mainly to our East and southern rural agriculture regions. Below are links to articles pertaining to New South … Continue reading