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Apr

2020

Relaxed visas for agriculture

The Federal Government has made changes to agricultural visa programs to secure workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Apr

2020

COVID-19 forces Ekka cancellation

The 2020 Royal Queensland Show has been cancelled because of COVID-19.
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Apr

2020

Coles chops its mince price

Butchers hit back at 'cheap move' by supermarket giant.
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Apr

2020

Northern hemisphere dry steadies futures

Dry weather in the northern hemisphere stalled the decline in CBOT futures last week.
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Apr

2020

Butchers meating demand

Cereal for dinner and inventively cobbled-together meals are becoming a thing of the past.
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Apr

2020

Reborn FMC has global ambitions for Aussie ag chemical business

Australia set for world-first blockbuster release as FMC emerges from the wings as feisty tier one ag chemical player
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Apr

2020

Ripening tool improves harvest, reduces waste

Research is continuing into a handheld ripeness tool for fruit.
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Apr

2020

Tambo Teddies join global bear hunt

There's nothing more reassuring in times of stress than to give a big soft teddy bear a squeeze, and Australia's outback teddy capital is excited to be involved in a global movement bringing a smile to millions of families in coronavirus-induced isolation.
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Apr

2020

Australian coronavirus cases slow but it's still a long road ahead

Our COVID-19 Informer will keep you up to date with everything you need to know today.
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Apr

2020

Food waste hitting farmers' hip pocket

Australian agriculture is loosing $1.1 billion to $2b a year in food waste.
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Apr

2020

Ryans continue with seeder set-up innovation

The family behind the Ryan tyne is still looking to improve seeder configuration, offering a range of retrofit openers.
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Apr

2020

Home of Kilburnie Angus

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Apr

2020

Ag research soldiers on

Ag research projects will continue to go ahead in spite of coronavirus, with some modifications in terms of work practices.
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Apr

2020

US short seller ordered pay $900,000 after nasty Rural Funds attack

Rural Funds Management wins big payout after last year's share market assault by US share market short seller Bonitas Research.
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Apr

2020

US short seller ordered to pay $900,000 after nasty Rural Funds hit

Rural Funds Management wins big payout after last year's share market assault by US share market short seller Bonitas Research.
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Apr

2020

Agribusiness buzz in brief

A quick look at what's been happening and what people are talking about around the agribusiness traps
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Apr

2020

Track your herd from home

Moovement have launched solar powered GPS ear tags for cattele
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Apr

2020

Quads, side-by-sides nearly 30 per cent of farm deaths

58 people lost their lives in on-farm accidents in 2019, down from 68 cases in 2018.
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Apr

2020

Global beef prices settle higher, thanks to China

Latest results show profitability up, thanks to China demand
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Apr

2020

Wagyu brands feel the COVID-19 heat

Brand owners look to make prudent decisions to stay in business.
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Apr

2020

Bargains - WA ewes bought before the price bubble burst

As the O'Connell district reinvigorated from January and February rains, trading opportunities arose for Tom Roberts who imported Merino ewes from WA for $130 each plus $31/head transport cost.
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Apr

2020

Australia joins international plant health research network

Australia has partnered with an international body to resarch pests and diseases.
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Apr

2020

Trough dumps better than expected falls

There was a pleasant surprise in the rain gauge for many this morning, with areas forecast to get just a mill or two getting up to 40mm.
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Apr

2020

Angel Flight steps in as flights reduce

Thanks to the kind-heartedness of its volunteer pilots, rural people whose lives are becoming even more remote with the closure of many regional flight services, can now ask Angel Flight for help in bringing in vital supplies.
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Apr

2020

Grain Australia to provide support to underserviced sector

The initial budget for new industry good group Grain Australia will be under $3 million but that could grow in time.
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Apr

2020

Rural land values tipped to remain healthy in COVID-19 crisis

THERE are fears some residential real estate prices could take a hit due to the COVID-19 crisis but rural land values are expected to hold strong, according to agents.
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Apr

2020

Large scale grazing, carbon opportunity

The Oratara pastoral property portfolio is a large scale South West Queensland grazing, carbon opportunity.
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Apr

2020

Devine work: Large scale grazing, carbon opportunity

The Oratara pastoral property portfolio is a large scale South West Queensland grazing, carbon opportunity.
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Apr

2020

Ground rules for farm data

The National Farmers Federation have released a Farm Data Code aimed at protecting farmer data
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Apr

2020

Australian Animal Health Laboratory spearheads COVID-19 fightback

The Australian Animal Health Laboratory in Geelong is spearheading the fight against COVID-19.
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Apr

2020

Lockdown virtual lessons on the farm answer all questions

Virtual classrooms with producers come into their own during isolation.
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Apr

2020

Share market values flop but farmland yields 13pc despite drought

Annualised returns on corporate-sized farming operations dipped only marginally in 2019 according to the Australian Farmland Index
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Apr

2020

Virus highlights value of dams, roads, rail, ports - and farmers

In this week's The Gauge, Tom Marland says agriculture can light the path to not only economic recovery but long-term economic sustainability.
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Apr

2020

Cash given for new pineapple breed

Scientists are hoping to breed a pineapple resistant to premature flowering.
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Apr

2020

Industry ramps up pressure on visa extension

Horticulture is pushing for visa changes to ensure a workforce.
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Apr

2020

Shearing in isolation the way ahead for Raelene's team

Longreach shearing contractor Raelene Bowden has isolated herself and her team of 15 as her way of managing the new protocols brought in to manage the spread of COVID-19 in the shearing industry.
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Apr

2020

Dual purpose canola returns 40pc of land value in one year

It's safe to say Victorian farmer Tom Wilson is very pleased with results of grain and graze canola in his rotation.
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Mar

2020

Barley sales to China tighten domestic supply

The weaker Australia dollar has spurred export sales of wheat and barley into Asia.
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Mar

2020

Rural property market remains red hot despite coronavirus

Coronavirus appears to be having little impact on Queensland's red hot rural property market.
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Mar

2020

BREAKING: CBH Group has new chairman

The CBH Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Simon Stead as chairman and Natalie Browning as deputy chairwoman of the board, effective immediately.
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Mar

2020

Neutral conditions prevail but whisper of hope for wet winter

It's most all neutral out of both the Pacific and Indian Oceans on the climate front, but some models are picking up promising signals.
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Mar

2020

The rules of thumb of compensatory gain

Demonstrable benefit to supplementary feeding weaners right now.
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Mar

2020

Canola set to rebound

Canola industry officials are confident the oilseed can make a big comeback in terms of production this season.
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Mar

2020

Cattle market dips despite lighter yardings

Feeder steer prices at 358c/kg live weight.
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Mar

2020

Farm empire born in business partnership

A high profile Western Australian farmer and businessman and top rural real estate agent have joined forces to establish an Eastern States-based agriculture business.
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Mar

2020

Rex clears itself for take off on reduced Qld flight schedule

Regional Express will continue flying in Queensland on reduced schedules despite the airline's threat to ground planes across the state as passenger numbers vanish
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Mar

2020

Freight flowing, but coronavirus concerns shutter roadhouses, truckstops

While freight may be flowing, drivers worried about access to showers, food.
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Mar

2020

Forget the pandemic panic, ag's feeling upbeat on farming's fortunes

Two thirds of farmers surveyed expected their own farm incomes could rise in the next six months.
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Mar

2020

Grain Australia launched

The GRDC has officially launched Grain Australia, which will be an organisation dedicated to grains industry good functions.
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Mar

2020

Leeora Downs under contract

Arcadia Valley property Leeora Downs has been placed unders contract.
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