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Where did the big ones go?

One of the largest wind wheel sizes produced in Australia was for the 35ft [10. 7 metre] Comet ‘B’ Pattern windmill. These were made by ‘Sidney Williams & Co’. Only fifteen of them seem to have been produced. The first six were made in Rockhampton, Queensland from 1915 to 1922, and the others were made […]

Tax Concessions for Primary Producers

Accelerated depreciation for primary producers In the 2015-16 Federal Budget, the government announced that it will allow all primary producers to: immediately deduct the cost of fencing and water facilities such as dams, tanks, bores, irrigation channels, pumps, water towers and windmills! depreciate over three years the cost of fodder storage assets such as silos […]

Australian National Field days 2016

Comet Windmills will be on display at Australian National Field days 2016. Come and say hello and drop by our stall for a friendly chat. The Australian National Field Days (ANFD) is the oldest annual agricultural exhibition in the country.