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Nov

2019

Role of farm income protection in drought plan debated

Whether or not climate risk insurance can help farmers manage periods of drought was a hot topic at a recent Horsham meeting.
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Nov

2019

Where was the cattle herd?

The small rise in the national cattle hard masks some large changes on a state and regional scale according to Mecardo's Angus Brown.
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Nov

2019

Beef Bites: Bos Indicus still king in live-ex

Beef Bites wraps up the week in bite-sized reads.
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Nov

2019

Victorian dairy industry advocate calls for minister to step down

Agriculture Minister Bridget McKenzie should step down, according to a south-west Victorian dairy industry advocate.
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Nov

2019

New Zealand sheep flock on its way up

Total sheep numbers are expected to increase in New Zealand by 0.3 per cent to 27.39 million head.
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15

Nov

2019

Germany paves the way for post-mining future

Industry transition: challenges abound but green shoots for regional industries point the way to future prosperity
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Nov

2019

Re-greening the regions requires national effort

Industry transition: how to plan ahead for bush to prosper after coal.
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14

Nov

2019

Looking to build resilience not rely on drought handouts

The government's drought resilience plan has won praise , but the communications about the plan's process have been less well received.
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14

Nov

2019

Inaugural #TrainHack postponed due to bushfires

A train-based data hackathon aims to kick start innovation in the agribusiness sector by bringing together data scientists, farmers and entrepreneurs.
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Nov

2019

Agribusiness buzz in brief

A quick look at what some of the players in agribusiness have been up to lately
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14

Nov

2019

ACCC approves GrainCorp's bulk terminal sale - except Kembla

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission blocks ANZ Terminals from owning GrainCorp's Port Kembla and Osborn bulk liquid terminals
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14

Nov

2019

Darling Downs Wagyu blazes $50m-a-year trails in Korea

AACo looks to brands as its future.
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Nov

2019

Ag exporters line up for national awards

Finalists revealed for the Australian Export Awards to be announced in Canberra next month
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14

Nov

2019

Video sale at seaside cafe

A cattle sale with a difference is set for Warrnambool.
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14

Nov

2019

Big plans ahead for Emily's life

Emily Mosely is determined to fulfil her dream to eventually take over her family's western NSW Etiwanda Station.
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13

Nov

2019

Smallgoods prices pushed high by Chinese demand

With China pushing meat prices up globally it's getting dearer for Australia's smallgoods industry.
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13

Nov

2019

Food fraud being fried by innovation: TropAg

From big data systems that allow real time sharing of instances of food fraud to plasma rays that zap nasty pathogens, there is plenty of work being done by Australian researchers and food standards managers in the area of food defence.
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13

Nov

2019

Naracoorte sets new $402 ewe record

Ewes prices peaked at a national record of $402 at Naracoorte today.
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Nov

2019

Naracoorte sets new $400 ewe record

Ewes prices peaked at a national record of $400 at Naracoorte today.
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Nov

2019

Cheeky t-shirts raising funds for Granite Belt Drought Appeal

The slogans on Sarah Lupton's latest line of t-shirts may be tongue-in-cheek, but they're doing their bit to help drought-affected Stanthorpe.
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Nov

2019

Drought burns $113m hole in GrainCorp trading result

One of the worst droughts on record in eastern Australia has hit GrainCorp earnings hard
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Nov

2019

Young goats up to $30 dearer

The domestic goat market is kicking on lately as drought continues to affect supply.
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Nov

2019

Iconic country landmark is up for sale

This 90-year-old building is an iconic element of the Kellerberrin's identity and history.
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Nov

2019

First-cross ewes hit $388

EWES at Edenhope, Vic, today have hit a record $388.
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13

Nov

2019

Fairytale finish for drought-affected students

Every teenager deserves their Cinderella moment and kind-hearted Australians have made this possible by connecting Year 12 students with donated formal dresses and suits.
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Nov

2019

Irrigation dead in the water

The Queensland Competition Authority has released the irrigation pricing review draft report.
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Nov

2019

First limestone coast beef forum seen as a success

A first time beef producers forum near Bordertown has been hailed as a success by organisers.
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Nov

2019

Saputo staff cook up a storm | Photos

Saputo Dairy Australia staff put their cooking skills to the test.
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13

Nov

2019

Lobby groups push to stop GM legislation change

Groups against genetic modification continue to lobby Australian politicians to stop controversial amendments to the Gene Technology Act.
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12

Nov

2019

Dairy industry needs political intervention

We need our politicians to intervene and fix the market imbalance and lack of profit in our industry.
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12

Nov

2019

Cotton production to slump to smallest in a decade

The drought has bitten the cotton industry hard, with total production set to drop to its smallest level in a decade.
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12

Nov

2019

New Ridley boss takes razor to jobs in $5m restructure

Ridley Corporation plans more cuts as it prepares to open new Bendigo district feed mill
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12

Nov

2019

The path to sustainable, healthy diets

Easing environment pressures a mix of dietary shifts and better livestock production: TropAg 2019
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12

Nov

2019

New Nutrien Ag keeps some Landmark, Ruralco branding alive

The live export trade's Landmark International and Frontier International Agri are among those to survive the Nutrien re-brand.
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12

Nov

2019

Inspiration in adversity at Inverell

CWA and local community listen to learn, and give back, to local farmers.
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11

Nov

2019

Provenir's mobile abattoir clears another hurdle

Provenir's mobile slaughter unit has cleared another hurdle.
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11

Nov

2019

Dairy reform delay looms as industry criticises code of conduct

Growing support for Labor, One Nation's mandatory floor price plan.
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Nov

2019

Swine fever outbreak could cost meat industry $2b-plus

ACIL Allen impact modelling says an African swine fever outbreak could producers, meat processors and others $2b over five years.
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Nov

2019

Changing the methane profile of cattle

Science is delivering pathways to carbon neutrality but there are concerns.
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Nov

2019

Caber Feidh sold at auction

Aramac property Caber Feidh has sold at an Elders auction for $4.4 million.
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Nov

2019

The milk, the whole milk and nothing but the milk: the story behind our dairy woes

In this piece for The Conversation, University of Melbourne's Professor of Cattle and Sheep Production Medicine, Andrew Fisher takes a look at the big issues impacting in our dairy industry.
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Nov

2019

Government still 'working through' details of 100GL

Fodder grown on subsidised water not to be price capped.
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Nov

2019

Time for adult conversation on climate change

A climate scientist has said that one cool spring or a hot spell 100 years are not proof climate change is not happening.
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Nov

2019

Support for Active Farmers to beat drought blues

Bayer Funds physical and mental health charity.
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Nov

2019

Elders makes the most of dry times with $69m profit

Drought is biting, but the farm service business has survived 2018-19 with only a $2.7m drop in statutory profit to $68.9m.
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Nov

2019

Victoria to phase out logging of native forests

Victoria has banned logging of old growth forests and will phase out logging of native forests by 2030.
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10

Nov

2019

Schwennesen's Warkon offers scale

Warkon is being sold through an expressions of interest closing with Ray White Rural on December 13.
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Nov

2019

It's official: New Landmark-Ruralco brand to be Nutrien

The new name for Ruralco and Landmark farm services business has been revealed to staff across Australia
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10

Nov

2019

'Climate change doesn't cause fires'

Opinion: Tom Marland says it's more important than even to look at practical and affordable solutions to how best manage the impacts of fire.
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Nov

2019

Ample supplies fuel export competition

The big picture remains one of ample global wheat supplies and competition between exporters to clear their stocks.
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