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Thunderbird products flying off Metalcorp’s shelves

Australian farmers have always faced the challenges of controlling feral animals and weighing their livestock. With the challenges of keeping feral animals out and preventing livestock from getting injured, electric fencing provides a safe and low maintenance fencing option for farmers. It also provides important security for livestock. In 1990 Thunderbird Fencing moved into the […]

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Perth was promising and Winton was cursed

After showing promising signs in Perth, Mark Winterbottom and Cameron Waters were cursed in Winton with broken axles and tyre degradation. Cameron Waters kicked off his Perth SuperSprint campaign with a promising second in qualifying, before dropping back to sixth during Race 11. Race 12 saw the 2017 Sandown 500 Champion drop back to last […]

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Yapper Valley Pet Resort earns five paws rating

Most people dream of staying in a resort in the Napa Valley in California, but not Bill the Maltese Shih Tzu cross. He would rather stay in the Yapper Valley Pet Resort in Woodstock, 40 kilometres west of Townsville. For Natalie Giumelli, the decision to give up her 9-5 job and open a pet resort […]

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Cash prizes in NCFH photography competition

To celebrate 10 years since the National Centre for Farmer Health (NCFH) was founded, the NCFH is giving budding photographers the opportunity to take part in the ‘Farmer Health in a Changing World Photography Competition.’ The NCFH is looking for photographers of all ages, with cash up for grabs in each category. Each category invites […]

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Durable horse equipment for a Melbourne Cup stayer

Australians have always had a love affair with race-horses. Our most famous race-horse Phar Lap lifted the spirits of the nation at the height of the Great Depression. Today, Winx is the mare that has ridden into the hearts of horse-racing enthusiasts around the world. Much like the Queen of thoroughbred horseracing, Metalcorp’s latest range […]

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How do Bluescope & Metalcorp Fit Together?

In the steel industry transparency is vital to ensuring that customers can make informed decisions about where their steel products have come from. Metalcorp is proudly Australian made and the ability to trace Metalcorp’s core steel products all the way back to its source – BlueScope’s steel mill in Port Kembla- gives customers confidence and […]

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Agrotrend presentations noise, dust, chemicals– living on the land

All farmers know someone with hearing loss and breathing problems. The use of ‘agrichemiclas’ is far too common. This year at Agrotrend, the National Centre for Farmer Health (NCFH), will be delivering short and interactive education sessions on some of the issues facing farmers and agricultural workers at Metalcorp’s Agrotrend Field Day site. The NCFH […]

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Metalcorp Field Days Guide for 2018

Field days are held right across the country as an opportunity for those in the agricultural industry to see the latest trends and most ground-breaking products in farming. Metalcorp is excited to announce we will have a presence at a number of Field Days in Australia in 2018. With new products to display, as well […]

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Watch your Back – NCFH provides tips for preventing back pain

One of the most common forms of musculoskeletal injury is lower back pain. Experienced by over 80% of the western industrialised population, this type of pain will often progress undiagnosed. Neck and shoulder pain are also amongst the most common pain complaints. Chronic pain is defined as pain that has persisted for 3 months or […]

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Challenging times for Tickford Racing

Tickford Racing has had a string of bad luck at the Melbourne 400, Tasmania SuperSprint and Phillip Island 500, holding the team back from achieving the results they hoped for. A disappointing 17th for Mark Winterbottom in Race 6 of the Melbourne 400, was backed up by a 12th in Race 8 in Tasmania. Frosty then endured […]

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