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Meet the Farmer: Adam Coffey

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Meet the Farmer: Adam Coffey

After working in the cattle breeding industry for over 15 years, no challenge is too big for Adam and Jacynta Coffey, founders of Coffey Cattle Co. Originally from Tasmania, the duo travelled around Australia before moving to the Northern Territory in 2006. It was there that their cattle breeding journey began. “[Cattle breeding] is something that we have always wanted to be involved in. I guess we don’t have any generational backing, which can be seen as a negative, but I guess it also means that we aren’t set in any particular way and we’re pretty happy to take on...

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How to add Wi-Fi to your farm: Part 2

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How to add Wi-Fi to your farm: Part 2

Last week we talked about using inexpensive Wi-Fi extenders to extend your home Wi-Fi signal to your shed.  But what about other areas of the farm? Read on for part two of "How to Get Wi-Fi on your Farm"!

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JVA's 10 Rules for Electric Fence Safety

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JVA's 10 Rules for Electric Fence Safety

Be careful when handling your electric fence energiser, it can hurt you. The danger level is low, but this danger increases for small children and pets. Barbed wire should not be electrified. For long, permanent electric fences use 2.5mm plain galvanised wire. For temporary fences, strip grazing and small garden fence set-ups we recommend using electric fencing poliwire or politape instead (see here).  If your fence is likely to be touched by children consider using a lower-powered energiser or using the low power terminal on your energiser. Another alternative is to add an energy limiting device such as the JVA Flood...

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Surviving Storm Season with JVA

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Surviving Storm Season with JVA

With summer's storm season we often find an increased number of lightning-damaged energisers coming back for repair. Can these be repaired? Our answer: yes!

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Top 5 Questions From Field Days – JVA

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Top 5 Questions From Field Days – JVA

This year, JVA Technologies has been focussing on expanding our brand by attending various field days, such as Caboolture’s Farm Fantastic, Burpengary Equestrian Centre’s ODE (QLD) and Goondiwindi’s Sheep Technology field day. By speaking directly to our customers, we are not only able to provide extensive support on electric fencing design, but also gain insight into what our customers want from our brand. Here are the top five questions (and answers!) that we receive at field days!

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