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17

Jan

2020

Big name in Trangie's agency game, Angus McDonald dies at 82

Angus McDonald's funeral service will be held at St Carthage's Catholic Church, Trangie at 10.30am Monday, January 20.
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16

Jan

2020

Fire-affected country at risk of landslides with rain forecast

Agriculture Victoria urges landholders to prepare ahead of thunderstorms.
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16

Jan

2020

Agribusiness buzz in brief

What's been happening around the traps in agribusiness
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16

Jan

2020

Hide market shows slight uptick

A few high quality hides finally showing a positive return.
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16

Jan

2020

Breeder shortage fears for bushfire rebuilders

Cattle market jumps on sniff of rain
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16

Jan

2020

Goldacres fit weed cameras

Bilberry optical weed cameras can be factory fitted on Goldacres' booms
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15

Jan

2020

Good morning, Vietnam

The largest shipment of cattle bound for Vietnam has left the Port of Townsville, with demand from the south-east Asian country contributing to a live export boom.
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15

Jan

2020

What cooling US-China trade tensions means to Aussie beef

Little detail for red meat in phase one of US-China deal
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15

Jan

2020

Caps fetch funds to help farmers in need

Enterprising project putting smiles on the faces of those in drought areas.
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15

Jan

2020

More bushfire aid as rural financial counsellors get an extra $15 million

Canberra has stumped up an extra $15 million to help the Rural Financial Counselling Service help bushfire victims.
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15

Jan

2020

Insatiable Chinese demand creates turning point for beef

Latest exports figures show China top market volume-wise for 2019
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14

Jan

2020

Mass deaths spark fury

Thirty-two horses have starved to death on a property west of Toowoomba and authorities have been accused of an uncaring attitude
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14

Jan

2020

Drought stress cuts into berry game

Worst drought in wettest part of the coast has growers begging for spare water
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14

Jan

2020

US raises national yield for corn, soybeans

The WASDE report proves to be mildly bullish for wheat, barley and corn, but on the whole, it was quite underwhelming.
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13

Jan

2020

Fire-affected farmers offered $75,000 grants for recovery

Up to 20,000 farmers could benefit in Australia
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13

Jan

2020

Versatile now with Trimble

A deal between Vantage NSW and Power Farming Group will add Trimble as an option on Versatile tractors.
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13

Jan

2020

Fire-affected farmers offered $75,000 grants for recovery

Up to 20,000 farmers could benefit in Australia
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13

Jan

2020

Signs are few, but good, for young cattle prices

EYCI opens with modest decline
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13

Jan

2020

If the climate is changing, so must we

The Gauge | Tom Marland says to prevent bushfires you have to understand the landscape and the climate.
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13

Jan

2020

Ample supplies keep fertiliser prices in check

Rabonk outlook points to drop-off in demand and additional supplies.
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13

Jan

2020

Climate, society and profit the paths to boosting northern beef

Nuffield Colin Burnett weighs up secrets to prosperous beef
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13

Jan

2020

Feeding surviving livestock the top priority in bushfire rebuild

NFF says cash grants would benefit those rebuilding.
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13

Jan

2020

Family farmers missing the real benefits of investment boom

Average farmers aren't enjoying the innovation benefits flowing from today's farm investment boom in the same way they did in the 1950s
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12

Jan

2020

Beston looks to expand dairy protein plant

Dairy and meat company Beston Global Foods is attempting to raise $3 million to expand its high-grade milk protein plant in South Australia.
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12

Jan

2020

Snagging a sausage king crown

Butchers contest prestigious title.
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12

Jan

2020

Ex-Wellard boss returns to live export fray

Six months after he left the helm of Wellard, Mauro Balzarini is promising to build a fleet of new "smarter" livestock carriers.
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12

Jan

2020

Hancock alternative red meat plan gathers support

Smaller producer groups welcome the 'big players' drawing attention to the need for change.
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12

Jan

2020

Maranoa's Iona on market

The Wallumbilla property Iona will be auctioned by Elders in Roma on February 21.
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12

Jan

2020

Wheat futures hit eight-year high

Wheat futures rose strongly going into last week's USDA Reports.
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12

Jan

2020

Methane powered tractor

New Holland have launched the first commercial methane powered tractor
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12

Jan

2020

AgTech company offers farmers a helping hand

AgriWebb

While Australians have been shocked by the scale of destruction caused by the current bushfires, the true horror awaits many farmers on their return home or during the cleanup process.

Buildings and fences have been destroyed, crops lost, and livestock have perished. Agriculture Minister Bridget McKenzie told ABC radio’s RN Breakfast the bushfire crisis would “devastate” the national herd, and there are fears up to 100,000 livestock could be lost.

The figures are almost too great to grasp. AgriWebb Co-Founder John Fargher knows the personal impact all too well, having heard the stories firsthand from customers. “There are people who have lost everything,” he says. His own family hasn’t escaped unscathed, with his father-in-law’s property hit by the Kangaroo Island fires losing all fences and livestock.

 

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12

Jan

2020

Feral camel cull "beyond stupidity", expert says

A North Queensland-based camel exporter has criticised the culling of up to 10,000 feral camels in South Australia, saying it's a waste of a potentially valuable industry.
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10

Jan

2020

Research shows fish behaviour normal as ocean acidifies

Deakin Uni work looks at impacts of ocean acidification on coral reef fish behaviour.
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9

Jan

2020

Aussie wool's new global advocate

Shaun the Sheep is leading a new campaign.
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9

Jan

2020

Industry backs AFIA's fodder supply assessment

Hay continues to make its way from Victoria to Queensland and industry is warning that supplies will be harder to source come autumn.
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9

Jan

2020

Optimism for US-China deal | Global Perspective

China is set to hike purchases of American products - including agri goods - while American intellectual property will see increased protection.
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9

Jan

2020

Croydon offers sweet Bymount grazing

Roma district property Croydon will be auctioned by Elders in Roma on February 14.
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9

Jan

2020

McWilliam's Wines placed into administration

Business to continue operations as administrators complete assessment.
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9

Jan

2020

Winners and losers of 2019

Tractor and Machinery Association figures are in for 2019 and there weren't many surprises
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9

Jan

2020

Whole of shed plan essential

The distance of toilets from the workplace, and the need for gender separation, brought as much animated debate as lighting placement and grating types when producers gathered for a shearing shed design workshop in Longreach.
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9

Jan

2020

Port access still a concern

In spite of the focus on the domestic grain market, there are still concerns about the transparency of access to Australia's ports.
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8

Jan

2020

Big red meat levy payers put forward new industry reform plan

Proposal of single voice body slammed as 'hostile takeover'
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8

Jan

2020

2019 officially the hottest, driest year on record

2019 was a record-breaking year for all the wrong reasons, with the BOM confirming it was Australia's hottest and driest 12 months ever.
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8

Jan

2020

Let's get some flaming sense into bushfire control

Politicians love declaring national parks but hate spending enough money so they don't become havens for bushfires.
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8

Jan

2020

The top jobs on the list for cattle producers in 2020

CCA's new boss Travis Tobin talks trade access, market diversity and industry restructure.
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8

Jan

2020

Let's get some flaming sense into bushfire control

Politicians love declaring national parks but hate spending enough money so they don't become havens for bushfires.
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8

Jan

2020

Managing weeds in pigeon peas

Pigeon peas have some promise in Australian conditions, but learning to better manage weeds will be critical in their commercial success.
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7

Jan

2020

Fodder trickles into bushfire hit areas

Fodder is beginning to arrive in bushfire hit regions such as the South Coast of NSW and Gippsland and the Upper Murray in Victoria.
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7

Jan

2020

Cash for fire volunteers

The Queensland government will administer a federally-funded compensation package for SES volunteers and volunteer firefighters
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7

Jan

2020

Drought decimating dung beetles

Flies on the rise due to drought and strong winds
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