Category: Rural Services

Category: Rural Services

Quad Bike Safety
Image May 24, 2018 Farming,Fleet,Rural Services Charmaine Acworth

Are you being safe?  Queensland has the highest rate of quad bike-related deaths in Australia with 20% being children under 16.   One in five quad bike incidents result in head injury with the most common being crush, head and cervical spine injuries.  With the use of quad bikes becoming increasingly popular, not only on farms

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Odour Study Results
Image May 23, 2018 Chicken Litter,Research,Rural Services Charmaine Acworth

Arthy Rural Services has been involved with the agricultural industry since 1972, working closely with, and providing a number of services to farmers within the greater south-east Queensland area.  We pride ourselves in keeping up-to-date with focal issues that influence the industry both positively and adversely. As populations grow, integration challenges often emerge between residents,

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Legendairy – Daughters of Dairy Farmers
Image May 23, 2018 Farming,Rural Services Charmaine Acworth

Chicka Moo on debut at Beaudesert’s Legendairy party. We are proud to support the regions dairy farmers and applaud the committee and Daughters of Dairy Farmers on their campaign.

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Did You Know… We Can Build Custom Soil Treatments!
Image June 18, 2017 Farming,Rural Services,Soil Care Charmaine Acworth

Building Custom Soil Treatments. As well as spreading chicken litter, we can also supply, deliver and spread bulk lime, gypsum, dolomite, crusher dust and micro-elements such as zinc, boron, copper etc.  We have been achieving great results from the mixing and spreading of custom fertiliser blends (“brews”), as part of a complete soil care plan based

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Our New Favourite Toy – Meet the Wacker Neuson!
Image December 4, 2016 Fleet,Rural Services Charmaine Acworth

Our New Favourite Toy! Meet the Wacker Neuson! Why is it so cool…?  Its innovative design and clever features are well positioned and very user friendly.  Slightly different to the Merlo Telehandlers we are used to, we are interested to see how it stands up to the high intensity work we put it through.  With

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