Due to the current drought which is starving crops and profits from Australia’s farmers the government is offering a new tax deduction to assist farmers through this time of hardship.
This new legislation allows immediate deductions for the cost of fodder storage assets so as to encourage farmers to store fodder.
Fodder storage assets refer to silos and hay sheds etc. For the full definition of fodder storage assets according to the law click this link:
The legislation is not officially passed yet however it is not far away, accelerated so as to help farmers through this crises time. This article outlines the changes in fuller detail: https://www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/news/national/tax-breaks-concessional-loans-focus-for-federal-governments-second-round-of-drought-aid/news-story/28ec1d8fbd43c95129540d70998cccb4
Shed and Garage Builders in Lancefield
Central Steel Build offer a wide range of sheds in Lancefield and surrounding areas. These sheds range from smaller backyard storage builds, to large industrial structures.
All of our buildings are custom engineered and fabricated in our branch located in Kyneton (33km from Lancefield). We service the whole of the Macedon Ranges area, and surrounding widespread locations.
We design and construct the following steel buildings in Lancefield and surrounding areas:
Other Steel Framed Buildings
See below some past projects we’ve built in Lancefield:
1. Residential Storage Sheds in Lancefield
The cream colourbond cladding on this spacious storage shed gives a classy look and allows the shed to fit in with the style of home.
2. Indoor Riding Arenas in Lancefield
This open sided indoor arena allows for the scenic surroundings to be taken in whilst still riding undercover.
3. Agricultural Machinery Shed, Lancefield
The sliding doors on this machinery shed provide practicality when getting machinery in and out of the shed, whilst allowing for the space to be enclosed as well.
4. Indoor Arena and Stable Complex, Lancefield
This custom designed indoor arena and attached stable complex offers an impressive contrast in black colourbond cladding to the rural surroundings.
Horse’s Unexpected Favourite Flavour
A taste testing session involving eight equine tasters was conducted to discover which flavour was their favourite.
A collection of flavours were mixed in with regular pellets of cereal meal to see which flavour the horses would eat most of.
The most popular flavour: Fenugreek.
This was closely followed by banana as a close number two.
A full list of the horse taster’s preference is below:
Favourite – Fenugreek
To see our horse arena photos, download an EquinaBuild brochure here.