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TAS Country : May 10th 2012
News Friday, May 11, 2012 Tasmanian Country 13 k specials can be questionable. Comparison Rate* on popular Corolla, Yaris and RAV4 models Toyota Finance Australia Limited ABN 48 002 435 181, Australian Credit Licence 392536. Value offers on HiLux WorkMate 4x2 SCCC, Kluger KX-R range, HiAce LWB Van 2012 build applicable for private and ABN buyers on new vehicles purchased and delivered between 1 May and 30 June, 2012. For model applicability and other conditions go to toyota.com.au/specialoffers. Toyota reserves the right to extend any offer. Excludes demos. While stocks last. Offers not available in conjunction with other registered fleet discounts or offers. †Maximum payable for standard scheduled servicing (normal operating conditions) for a nominated number of months/kilometres (whichever occurs first). Refer to toyota.com.au/advantage for full details. Excludes Government & Rental vehicles. Contact your Toyota Dealer or go to toyota.com.au/advantage for other exclusions and eligibility. Valid X3325 R09548/TC/HDP toyota.com.au 2.9 2.9 29 29 9% % %* *on n on o on Co Co Co Corol rol r r rol ro lla la la la a Asc Asc Asc Asc A A A A ent ent t t e t e tSe Se S Se S dan dan dan d n da da da da ra ra ra range g nge nge nge An arrr a ray ay ay of o lux uxurii u ies es es as as sta sta anda na dard rd rd $13 $13 $ 3 30C 0C C C C Capp app ap a a ed edd Pri Pri ri Pce ce Ser Ser S r Se Servic vi vicing i ing ing† 2.9 2.9 29% % % % % % %* *on on on on on Ne N Ne N New Y wY Y wYari ari ar ari asY sY sY sY YRH RH R RH R R atc atc atc t th h h New Nw ew st st style y e y e.N N . New w ew w saf sa saf safety ety e .N N . New ew w tec te techno hno h log lo logy. y y. $13 $13 $13 130 C 0C 0C 0C 0 app app a ped ed d Pri Pce ce ce e ce Ser Ser S vic vic g ing ing n†† 2.9 2.9 29 29 9% % % % % %* * *on on Co Co Co Co orol rol rol o lla la a la l Asc Asc A c Asc Ascent ent en ent ent Ha Ha a Hatch tch th h thra ra ra ra r nge n nge nge e g h Leg L L endd d dary ay ary qu qu uality ty wit w w wths h h por ports ts att att att a titu tu itu tude d d $$13 $13 $1 0C 0 Capp apped edd Pri Price ce Ser Servic vicing ing n n†† 2.9 2.9 2.% % 29 % % * * *on nRA RA RAV4 V4 VCV CV C4C 4C 4YL YL L RA RAV4 4CV C 4C YL Ve rr Ver e rsat sat satili ili lity ty for for rac activ tiv tel e ife i esty sty st les les s s $17 $17 $0C 0 Capp apped ed Pri Price ce e e e Ser Servic vic ng ing†† 2.9 29 29 9 29% % % 29 9* *on on on Ya Ya Y risYR YR YRS S SS SS S eda eda eda dan n n More s e e spac pace a e and mor mo mec e conv o enienc ne e $13 $1330 C 0 Capp apped ed Pri Price ce Ser Servic vicing ing†† It's the meat to beat AUDREY SCOTT TASMANIA and Western Australia have some of the best beef in the land, with producers dominating the ANZ National Beef Carcase Competition. Peter Greenham, from Greenham Tasmania, collected two major trophies -- the MSA Eating Quality Champion for an individ- ual carcase with the high- est eating- quality score, and the MSA Eating Quality Award for the best group of three carcases with the high- est combined score for eating quality. Gavin and Raelene Muir, of Manjimup, WA, were awarded the prize for overall grand champion carcase, for a medium-weight (180-260kg dressed) pasture-fed entry. It was part of a pen of three steers or heifers of the same description which also won the ANZ Pasture Fed Standard Award and the ANZ Achievement Award for the best pen in the competition. Stanley's Audrey Scott won the section for best pen of three heavy trade steers or heifers, crop or pasture-fed. Milton DeJonge, also from Stanley, won the category for best pen of three export chiller bullocks, crop or pasture-fed. MLA seeks board members APPLICATIONS are being sought for four independent directors to join the Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) board at this year's annual meeting. The board is seeking candidates with skills and experience in managing research and development programs, financial skills, marketing and livestock production systems. MLA provides marketing and research and development services to more than 47,000 cattle, sheep and goat producer members and the broader red meat industry. Applications close on June 8. For more information on the application process, visit www.mla.com.au. Methane study begins A MAJOR new research initiative to measure and reduce levels of methane from livestock will be launched at the University of Melbourne today. The project, called Livestock Methane Research Cluster, will combine researchers from five Australian universities, CSIRO and partners in Canada. Methane emissions from livestock account for about 10 per cent of Australia's greenhouse gas emissions and more than half of this comes from cattle in northern Australia. An estimated 2 to 12 per cent of the energy ingested by cattle is lost as methane waste, reducing beef production and costing graziers money.
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