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Report on Rural and Urban Case Studies Freeling and Gawler

Surveys were conducted at the commencement of the Community FarmlinkX project in July-August 2006, with respondents reinterviewed in July-August 2008 to identify changes in attitudes and adoption. Structured interviews were conducted in which researchers met with respondents in their homes.

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Syndicating Seeding Equipment

Syndication of machinery between several farming businesses is a way of increasing affordability and access to modern no-till equipment whilst reducing the risk of over capitalisation

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Machinery Modification Case Study

Getting into No-Till at Minimal cost – Machinery Modification

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Community FarmlinkX Final Report Dec 2008

Community FarmLinkX Final Report Dec 2008

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Managing Relationships With Non-Farming Neighbours

Increasing urban development and an influx of lifestyle property residents in the Northern Adelaide fringes poses some new challenges for broadacre farmers in the region. A key
challenge is managing relationships with nonfarming neighbours.

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