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Battle for Bylong set to boil
12 Nov 15
THE battle in Bylong Valley between coal and its opponents is about to escalate, with impacts to agriculture and...
Nats won’t steer native veg
12 Nov 15
NATIVE vegetation reform is on a Liberal Party-captained ship as it navigates a course through parliament, albeit...
Grain train rolls into record books
THE longest train to haul wheat to port set off out of Narrabri earlier this week, headed for Newcastle.
WILD dog control measures are only half the battle – recording data for effective targeting is a huge task. And that’s where we come in.
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Rural Qld on PM's list
10 Nov 15
NATIONAL Farmers Federation president Brent Finlay has welcomed Malcolm Turnbull’s upcoming visit to regional...
New challenge to Adani mine
09 Nov 15
A NEW legal challenge to Adani's proposed $16 billion Carmichael coal mine has been lodged in Australia's Federal Court.
The growers who got a private train
TWO large southern Queensland chickpea growers have waved off their first private train load this week, destined for the port of Brisbane.
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Patties clears out of berry market
07 Dec 15
PATTIES Foods, Bairnsdale, is getting out of the frozen berry market, following the scandal surrounding its Nanna's...
Tas AgTech firm partners with Bosch
07 Dec 15
A HOBART, Tasmania AgTech start up has partnered with one of the world’s leading global technology companies, Bosch,...
Activists target pork processor
ANIMAL rights activists have disrupted operations overnight at the Diamond Valley Pork Slaughterhouse in Victoria.
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Industry needs cohesion to prosper
10 Sep 17
THERE are positives signs and “major priorities” for the agribusiness industry in Australia but it’s success in the...
WA issues on NFF radar
05 Sep 17
ISSUES surrounding connectivity, multi-peril crop insurance and the unfolding dry season were high on the agenda as...
WA herbicide expert wins overseas gong
THE University of Western Australia’s (UWA) internationally-recognised authority on herbicide resistance in plants, professor Stephen Powles, has won the American Chemical Society International Award for Research in agrochemicals.
Call for end point royalty transparency
A WA grower group is raising questions about the status of end point royalties (EPRs) in the Australian grain seed industry.
Niche lupin variety bred for next year
A NEW niche lupin variety will be available to WA growers for the 2018 season, after it was launched at the Mingenew Irwin Group Field Day last week.
Revised crop estimate moves to 10.3mt
ALTHOUGH wintery August conditions have come too late for many growers across the WA grainbelt, a cool and wet September could push WA’s crop to 11 million tonnes this harvest according to the Grains Industry Association of WA (GIWA).
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Cosi finds calling in Cambodia
26 Nov 15
He describes himself as a 'country boy at heart' but Andrew 'Cosi' Costello's passion for rural life found real...
Mid North blaze out of control
25 Nov 15
COUNTRY Fire Service units continue to battle an extremely dangerous bushfire burning out of control near Kapunda in...
Razzle dazzles for Woonallee
WOONALLEE Simmentals continues to make headlines for all the right reasons and its second Elite Ladies Female Sale at Furner on Friday last week was no exception, hitting a $20,000 high.
Manage nutrients to lift production
FERTILISER is one of the major costs on a dairy farm so monitoring and managing nutrient requirements is important to maximise production.
Manna Farm genetics shine
ONE year after being awarded cow of the year, Manna Farm has followed up with an award recognising the overall genetics of its herd.
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El Niño likely to reduce cyclones
12 Oct 15
A STRONG El Niño is expected to reduce the number of tropical cyclones in Australia for the 2015-16 cyclone season.
Record cattle turn-off continues
12 Oct 15
FOR the second year running, 36 per cent of the Australian cattle herd is being turned off Australian farms and...
NQ stud sales hit by dry
THE hectic northern stud cattle sale calendar of events which usually sees out the year in exciting fashion will be a muted affair this year.
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