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Sep

2019

Market ignores USDA report

CBOT wheat futures moved higher last week despite a negative September USDA report.
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Sep

2019

Frogs blocking dam construction: deputy PM

Michael McCormack has come out swinging against environmental impact studies getting in the way of building dams and major projects.
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15

Sep

2019

Double your goat profits by working smarter, no kidding

A benchmarking study of rangeland goat producers has found improved labour efficiency can double profits.
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Sep

2019

Perfection Fresh connects consumers closer to food

Shoppers will be able to get information on demand on Perfection Fresh products.
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Sep

2019

International researchers flock to the Wimmera

Cutting edge ag research and development programs are seeing researchers and scientists flocking to the Wimmera city of Horsham.
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Sep

2019

Wood competes for re-election to DA board

Professor Paul Wood will compete with Mark Neal for reelection to Dairy Australia's board.
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12

Sep

2019

Agribusiness buzz in brief

A quick look at what's happening and what some key players are up to around the traps in the agribusiness sector
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Sep

2019

Farmers don't fret about fake meat, just fake labels

Livestock producers say they've got more to worry about than the rapid growth in fake meat products in restaurants and supermarkets.
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Sep

2019

Quad injuries increase despite safety campaigns

Serious injuries involving quad bikes continue to increase in New Zealand despite greater awareness of quad bike safety, according to research released late last month.
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Sep

2019

Almond tech wiz wins food safety award

Riverland Almonds' Hayley Pfeifer won the Leaders of the Future award at APAC.
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Sep

2019

Female cattle kill stays high

The number of female cattle going to slaughter remains high.
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Sep

2019

What a difference a year can make

Last year's Birchip Cropping Group field day was gloomy, with crops in the area dying. This year sees the district in a picture of health.
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Sep

2019

Mandatory code date divides dairy bodies

Mandatory code divides dairy lobby bodies.
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Sep

2019

Connecting the Regions through the World’s Digital Platform

Monday this coming week our Principal Kate Schwager of KateS On Web and the instigator of the Namoi Group of Websites will be talking at the Australian Regional Development Conference at the Sunshine Coast, what an honour for her abstract to be chosen  

Her Abstract - Connecting the Regions – Through the Worlds Digital Platform, Under the Theme - Local Leadership; influence and information transfer.  

Kate will be doing a 20 minute presentation at the Australian Regional Development Conference at the Sunshine Coast on the 17th September. 

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12

Sep

2019

Eyes on South America as it eyes export markets

South America's big beef producers are flexing their muscle in the world's export markets, including China.
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12

Sep

2019

EMI rips through the 1500 cents mark as wool recovery continues

Wool prices continued to rebound at sales in Melbourne and Fremantle today.
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12

Sep

2019

AgriDigital kicking goals in North America

An Australian agtech start-up is making a successful foray into the lucrative North American market.
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Sep

2019

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11

Sep

2019

Tick vaccine for Bos taurus breeds a step closer

Trials about to kick off at Gatton which may deliver a valuable cattle tick vaccine.
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Sep

2019

Senators back calls for mandatory quad bike safety

Upper House backs farm groups, rural health advocates' campaign for roll-over protection on quad bikes
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Sep

2019

Brancourts goes into administration

Brancourts Dairy, which employs 80 staff in NSW and Victoria, has gone into administration.
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Sep

2019

ACCC approves $187m Elders buyout of AIRR wholesale group

Elders takeover unlikely to discriminate or harm independent rural traders says competition watchdog
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Sep

2019

All the photos from the National Rural Women's Award gala dinner

NSW's Jo Palmer wins National Rural Women's Award
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Sep

2019

Slow start to Spring but season and prices look promising

With wet and cold weather persisting the traditional Spring influx of southern cattle is starting slowly, but providing good rewards for those going to market.
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Sep

2019

EU deal is dead if ag loses out: Birmingham

Australia won't sign a free trade agreement with the EU if farmers would be worse off, Trade Minister says.
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Sep

2019

Jo Palmer wins National Rural Women's Award

Victoria's Claire Moore was named the national runner up.
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Sep

2019

First ever Bega Cheese factory strikes planned

Workers endorse first strike in dairy company's history over pay dispute at Bega factory.
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10

Sep

2019

Sudden Stratospheric Warming to continue the heat

A rare climatic event has taken place over the Antarctic - and it is not good for those looking for rain .
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10

Sep

2019

Have your say on export reforms

Public submissions sought for Export Control Bill.
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10

Sep

2019

Contain drought's costs with fenced-in feeding efficiency

Holding sheep and cattle in purpose-built drought feeding areas is a temporary strategy with more regular appeal
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10

Sep

2019

Farm ownership carefully planned by Tasmanian dairy farmers

Farm ownership dreams come true for Tassie dairy farmers, Damien and Brooke Cocker.
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10

Sep

2019

60 Minutes glyphosate coverage cops a pasting

A report on glyphosate from 60 Minutes has drawn the ire of farm lobby groups and the crop protection sector peak body.
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Sep

2019

Women in agriculture survey launched

Global animal health company Alltech is conducting an industry-wide survey on women in agriculture.
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Sep

2019

Australia losing relevance as a global wheat exporter

Western Australia made up the lion's share of Australia's wheat production last year.
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10

Sep

2019

Member for Barwon calls for immediate independent audit of Rural and Regional Public Hospitals

Barwon MP Roy Butler has renewed his party’s call for an independent audit of rural and regional public hospital services and staffing.

This call follows the deeply concerning revelations in the Four Corners report Health Hazard

Mr Butler says the government needs to undertake an immediate independent audit of rural and regional public hospitals to determine what services are missing or lacking from hospitals; and the distribution of the health workforce across the State. 

“It’s time to make the health, welfare and safety of people across rural and regional NSW a priority,” said Mr Butler.

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10

Sep

2019

Rural tax breaks need remote control: Productivity Commission

Remote area tax concessions are outdated, poorly targeted and should be scrapped or reformed, PC says.
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10

Sep

2019

FNQ Growers gather for gala

About 470 people gathered in Mareeba to celebrate horticulture.
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Sep

2019

Stink over garlic imports lands industry leader in jail

Former head of the Australian Garlic Industry Association cops jail time for breaching biosecurity.
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Sep

2019

Winter crop down but still above last year

ABARES has shaved some tonnage off its national winter crop estimate in its latest update but total production is still up on last year.
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Sep

2019

Ag's mood buoyant in south and WA, but dives in dry areas

Dairy farmer confidence is mostly booming again, and croppers in Victoria and WA are poised for bullish harvest results
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Sep

2019

Grain grower levy register welcomed

A new grain grower levy payer register is being welcomed by grain producer lobby groups.
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Sep

2019

Sterile flies take to NSW and Victorian skies

Sterile fruit flies will be released over Victoria and NSW.
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Sep

2019

Here's why root-and-branch water reform won't flow easily

Grower groups demand minister step in to cool overheated market, but any intervention will cause winners and losers.
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Sep

2019

Baldwin to take reins at ALPA

Australian Livestock and Property Agents Association have announced auctioneer Peter Baldwin as its new chief executive officer.
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Sep

2019

Quad bike safety campaigners pour pressure on parliament

Farmers, politicians and unions bring their battle for mandatory roll-over protections on quad bikes to Parliament's doorstep.
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Sep

2019

Midwest cuts a world-beating path, even in a drought year

From Central Queensland to Western Australia, graingrowers with a crop to harvest are going "bigger" to save time and money.
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Sep

2019

S&W enters wheat breeding

There will be a new player in the Australian wheat breeding space, with S&W Seed Company acquiring the Corteva Agriscience wheat portfolio.
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Sep

2019

Farmers - the new forgotten people?

Farmers have become Scott Morrison forgotten people writes Joel Fitzgibbon.
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Sep

2019

Panama TR4 slowly spreading on infected farms

TR4 is spreading within infected NQ banana farms.
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Sep

2019

New wheat cultivars headline new master list

There's plenty of changes in this year's Wheat Quality Australia master list, with new varieties in and old varieties getting the chop.
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