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REGISTER NOW: SimpliFly workshops

Registrations are now open for SimpliFly workshops at Bothwell, Campbell Town, and Richmond.

Looking for help in developing a property-specific strategic flystrike management plan and calendar? SimpliFly™ is a one-day workshop designed to help woolgrowers reduce the incidence and impact of flystrike on their flocks and profits.

AWI Sheep Connect Tasmania is running a series of SimpliFly™ flystrike management workshops throughout Tasmania in November.

These practical workshops are focused on improving the management of flystrike in commercial sheep enterprises. The workshops are designed increase the knowledge and capacity of producers on the key components of flystrike, with particular focus on reducing the incidence and impact of flystrike on the flock and profits, and aspects which help reduce cost, production losses and the animal welfare impact.

Producers will leave the workshops with knowledge and skills relating to their own program and start to develop their own management plan and annual calendar, which combines short and long term tools and strategies.


The workshops will run from 10:00am to 3:30–4:30pm (estimated), and are at:

Ratho Farm, 2122 Highland Lakes Rd, BothwellWed 8 November
The Grange, 4 Commonwealth Lane, Campbell TownThu 9 November
Wattlebanks, 27 Bridge St, RichmondFri 10 November

PLEASE NOTE: Registrations close 5:00pm Mon 6 November, and places are limited, so register now to avoid missing out. Lunch and afternoon tea will be provided.


The workshops will be delivered by veterinarian Dr Tim Gole BVSc MANZCVS (Sheep Medicine), owner and Principal Consultant of For Flocks Sake, Dubbo, NSW. With more than 14 years of veterinary experience, Tim combines his knowledge from the field with his university and professional training. He provides easy frameworks and technical advisory services to maximise outcomes.

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