Information on the impact fires may have on crops, water supplies, soils and pastures. Key considerations for farmers after fire. Fire management planning and what you can do to protect your assets, and how you can prevent fires starting, including haystack fires.
Farm recovery after fire
Bushfires may affect crops, water supplies, soils and pastures. Recovery information about them is provided via the link below.
Farm recovery after bushfire (Agriculture Victoria)
Key considerations for farmers after fire.
Recovery after emergency: information for farmers (Agriculture Victoria)
Practical information for managing your farm after a fire
Practical information for managing for farm after fire (Agriculture Victoria)
Fires on the farm
Reduce the impact of fires on your property by being aware of what you can do to protect your assets, and how you can prevent fires starting.
Fires on the farm (CFA)
On the Land: Agricultural fire management guidelines
Fire management planning for farmers, landowners, plantation managers and bush block owners.
Hay & fire safety
Spontaneous ignition is the leading cause of haystack fire, and just one damp bale is enough to ignite a haystack.
Hay & fire safety (CFA)
Preventing Haystack Fires
Learn what causes haystack fires, how to minimise the risk of haystack fires and what to do if hay is heating.