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Sheepmeat Council : Sheepmeat 2015 2016
Animal Control Technologies Australia Pty Ltd Phone: 03 9308 9688 Fax: 03 9308 9622 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.animalcontrol.com.au Excellence in Pest Animal Management Canid Pest Ejector Canid Pest Ejector Controlling foxes & wild dogs Canid Pest Ejector 1080 Capsules are restricted agricultural products ONLY available from approved suppliers or relevant government agencies. ACTA CPE 136x185.indd 1 13/01/2016 1:35 pm The Working Kelpie Council of Aust. Inc. (WKC) Established in 1965 and conducts the National Stud books for Working Kelpies WKC Breeders are dedicated to the supply of top quality livestock working dogs for the Australian pastoral industries. Contact WKC breeders using and breeding dogs under similar conditions to yours. Write, phone or email or visit www.wkc.org.au for details of stock available, a list of breeders and our “Locate a Breeder” service. Sheepdog whistles available – $3.00 post free Tel: (02) 9899 9224 Fax: (02) 9894 2140 Email: email@example.com Web: www.wkc.org.au Australian Working Kelpie The Australian Working Kelpie is the unsurpassed working dog in Australia. Over 5,000 pups are registered each year. Why is the Kelpie the most successful dog? Each pup born is the result of over 100 years of selective breeding that gives them a profound natural working instinct. This ingrained working instinct enables breeders to sell a pup with a Guarantee. Unless stated in writing to the contrary, Breeders listed on the WKC Breeders’ Directory can be expected guarantee to replace, or refund the purchase price of, a pup which fails to develop a desire to work by the age of 12 months or which exhibits an inherited physical condition which affects its ability to work. The online Breeders Directory (Locate a Breeder) enables a farmer to easily locate the nearest Kelpie breeder. The Directory was established by the accredited Breeders of the day who co-operate to advertise and provide many of this Council’s services. The aim of the Breeders listed is to produce a continuity of dogs which possess a high degree of natural ability and which are easily trained and versatile. For more information go to the WKC Website located at www.wkc.org.au