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Apparent Popstar - 200 g/kg GIBBERELLIC ACID. For foliar spray application to certain varieties of grapes, citrus and prunes to promote desirable effects.

Apparent Festival - 100 g/L of GIBBERELLIC ACID. For foliar spray application to certain varieties of Grapes, Citrus and Prunes to promote desirable harvest effects as specified in the Directions for Use.

Available at AIRR Member Stores very soon!

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It's the perfect time to get the iO Stock Min out!

iO Stock Min is a chelated trace element supplement for sheep & cattle to supplement diets where mineral levels may be low.

Give your sheep and cattle a supplement boost with minerals this Winter with iO Stock Min.

The most common mineral deficiencies in cattle, sheep and goats in Australia are of copper, selenium, cobalt and phosphorus.

Diagnosing and identifying mineral deficiencies

Clinical signs that would lead producers to...

Cobber Working Dog is perfectly balanced to maximise the performance of your working dog team.

In the course of its working day, a typical Australian working dog will run more than 60km, which is equivalent to its owner running a marathon and a half marathon back-to-back! And the farmer needs their working dog to be physically and mentally on its game as much at the end of the day as at the start.

Cobber working dog has been formulated to provide the perfect balance of nutrients to...

Coprice NutriRice Range is available at AIRR Member stores!

Benefits of Extruded Feeds for Horses

The NutriRice Equine range has been developed to ensure we meet the needs of a range of horse feeding programs. Using selected premium ingredients, we have scientifically formulated a range of feeds that are based on rice and rice bran, quality protein sources, and specific minerals and vitamins added to supply a cool feed that supports the health and well-being of your horse.

Our NutriRice...


The hoof is put under a lot of different stresses and strains throughout a horse’s life. One major influencing factor on hoof health is the environment. Each year, as we swing between a warm, dry summer to a wet, cold winter, the hooves are likely to suffer.

Over winter, the cold, wet conditions are not the only thing putting strain on the hooves. During winter, the forage we give to our horses is a lot less nutritious than that given...

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