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22

Aug

2019

Hay fire at GrainPro storage

Grain business GrainPro can't take a trick, with news of a fire destroying hay at its Gumly Gumly storage.
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22

Aug

2019

Fischer a "titan" of the National Party

Tim Fischer was a man of the people and farmer at heart
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Aug

2019

Fischer a "titan" of the National Party

Tim Fischer was a man of the people and farmer at heart
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21

Aug

2019

Tasmania remains GM-free

South Australia's high profile decision to remove its moratorium on GM crops has overshadowed Tasmania's move to retain their ban.
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21

Aug

2019

Multikraft hints at further Aussie expansion

A probiotic fertiliser company could build a manufacturing plant down under.
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21

Aug

2019

Making the right wet weather decisions

Not all farmers are dealing with drought this year. In a patch of Victoria croppers are losing paddocks to waterlogging.
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21

Aug

2019

Former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer dies aged 73

Former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer has died in Albury after a fight with cancer.
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21

Aug

2019

ACCC gives Ruralco, Landmark deal the all clear

The $470M sale of Ruralco to Landmark has been cleared by the ACCC.
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21

Aug

2019

You know it's dry when...

We asked visitors to AgQuip for some of the more usual signs of the drought.
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21

Aug

2019

GOVERNMENT VOTES AGAINST PROVIDING REAL DROUGHT SUPPORT

Press Release - Roy Butler

The Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party put on the table in Parliament a drought package that would provide real support to farmers and farming communities, disappointingly the Government voted against supporting them.

The SFF drought package includes immediate cash grants, to allow creditors to be paid, cash rebates for local government rates, transitioning legacy loans to zero or low interest loans, the establishment of a re-sowing and re-stocking grant and providing financial support for employers to retain employees on farm and in local businesses.

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21

Aug

2019

Riverina canola crops look good, but fuel light on

Canola crops in the Riverina look in great condition, but there is precious little moisture remaining. Will farmers cut them for hay?
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21

Aug

2019

Dusting herself off after a brain bust

One year ago, jillaroo RaeLea Foley sustained a life-changing brain injury and is now focusing on her own charity, the Dust Off Brain Bust.
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21

Aug

2019

Money pit: NSW's $262m Shenhua deal a coal dud

Government's use of taxpayer money questioned as new documents show Shenhua didn't want the exploration licence area NSW paid for.
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21

Aug

2019

Grassed up Gundoo sold at auction

The 16,594 hectare Isisford property Gundoo has sold at an Elders auction for $3.4 million.
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21

Aug

2019

Bayer sells its Animal Health business to Elanco for $7.6m

Elanco to become world's second largest animal health company.
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21

Aug

2019

Bayer sells Animal Health business to Elanco for $7.6b

Elanco to become world's second largest animal health company.
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21

Aug

2019

Plant biosecurity takes focus at symposium | PHOTOS

The Plant Biosecurity Research Symposium was held in Brisbane last week.
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21

Aug

2019

Inland Rail funds on offer for locals to build their businesses

Federal government will pay the cost of preparing funding pitches for new road and rail freight links to the Inland Rail.
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20

Aug

2019

From dust storms to floods in just four hours

Victoria is the smallest mainland state, but there is still a wild variance in seasonal conditions from dust storms to waterlogging.
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20

Aug

2019

Simsons win Brownhill Cup

Ed and Fiona Simson accepted the award at AgQuip today.
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20

Aug

2019

East coast grain imports set to continue into 2020

The outlook for southern Australia is better, but a lack of hard wheat will mean wheat imports from Canada will keep coming in.
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Aug

2019

Paving the way for women in meat

Tickets now on sale for Brisbane Meat Business Women event.
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20

Aug

2019

Tassal Group to develop Exmoor as major aquaculture operation

Exmoor Station at Bloomsbury will be developed as a major aquaculture operation by its new owner, the Tassal Group.
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20

Aug

2019

Heart Foundation tick for full-fat dairy

Healthy Australians can indulge in the joy of full-fat milk, cheese and yoghurt without increasing their risk of heart disease or stroke.
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20

Aug

2019

NAPCO's Ross Peatling takes out prestigious beef innovation award

Cattleman Ross Peatling, Alexandria Station in the NT, was awarded the prestigious 2019 NABRC producer medal last night.
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20

Aug

2019

Alarm bells ring over corn crop projections

It has not been a walk in the park for the developing corn crop since planting.
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20

Aug

2019

Karawarra delivers Mackenzie River diversity

Karamarra has been developed as three separate businesses: Irrigation, broadacre farming and cattle.
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20

Aug

2019

Tassal to develop Exmoor as major aquaculture operation

Exmoor Station at Bloomsbury will be developed as a major aquaculture operation by its new owner Tassal.
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Aug

2019

Tassal Group to develop Exmoor as major aquaculture operation

Exmoor Station at Bloomsbury will be developed as a major aquaculture operation by its new owner, the Tassal Group.
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20

Aug

2019

ACCC: beef sector still not doing enough

The ACCC has commended the beef and cattle industry for improving transparency, but wants more work done.
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20

Aug

2019

Can we triple grain-fed beef exports to China by 2030?

A new report from Rabobank says Australia has an opportunity to increase grain-fed beef exports to China by 65 per cent by 2030.
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19

Aug

2019

Fresh Awards 2019 declare NSW/ACT's best fresh produce suppliers | PHOTOS

There were plenty of smiles at this year's Fresh Awards.
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19

Aug

2019

National farm debt mediation scheme expected by mid-2020

Federal government is working with states to deliver the key rural recommendation from the Banking royal Commission.
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19

Aug

2019

Cunnamulla aggregation asking $9 million

The Godfrey family's 40,468 hectare Barrygowan aggregation in South West Queensland is on the market for $9 million.
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19

Aug

2019

Producers ponder: Is it time to hold or time to fold?

Spring is nearly here and livestock producers are weighing up all options.
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19

Aug

2019

Cunnamulla aggregation asking $9 million

The Godfrey family's 40,468 hectare Barrygowan aggregation is on the market for $9 million.
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19

Aug

2019

Nationals icon Tim Fischer 'gravely ill'

Former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer is reportedly gravely ill in a southern NSW hospital.
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19

Aug

2019

AWB pool fades into history

A slice of Australia's grain growing history will fade into the background with the news AWB will not offer wheat pools this year.
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19

Aug

2019

SA set to repeal GM moratorium

South Australia is set to overturn its moratorium on genetically modified food crops.
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19

Aug

2019

Close the loop to tackle waste

Closed loop agricultural systems that separate, repurpose and recycle agricultural waste are becoming increasingly important in the war on waste.
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18

Aug

2019

US-China trade war winds blow hot, then cold for Australian ag

Enjoy the good export times while they last, then buckle up for a potentially long downturn in global ag trade, says Rabobank.
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18

Aug

2019

Corn takes wheat on downward trend

Grain prices are set to fall in the near term, according to the latest USDA Report.
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18

Aug

2019

Dollar's dip defends dairy from rising import tide

Dairy imports from New Zealand, Europe and America have doubled in recent years, but the low dollar could slow the trade
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18

Aug

2019

Shearer breaks world record

Aidan Copp broke the 14-year-old record by five lambs.
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18

Aug

2019

Numbers on feed hit a record high

Cattle on feed numbers have hit a new high.
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18

Aug

2019

Cattle numbers on feed hit a record high

Australian Lot Feeders Association/Meat & Livestock Australia survey shows that for the last June quarter there were over 1,147,393 head on feed nationally.
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17

Aug

2019

What's up Skip? Fake roo meat now on the menu

NSW Government backs Australia's first stem cell-cultivated meat producer with $25,000 for commercial roo meat project
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16

Aug

2019

TFI unveils new livestock certification plan

Australia's largest family-owned meat processor Thomas Foods International has launched a new livestock certification program.
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16

Aug

2019

2013 draft report warned that NSW towns would be left high and dry

The NSW government was warned by its own bureaucrats more than five years ago that reliable water supply in parts of the state could plunge by a third, with the situation now so dire that some of the largest regional towns face being left with no water within the next year.

The warnings were contained in a draft paper, Assuring Future Urban Water Security, which was dated December 2013 and commissioned by the Department of Primary Industries.

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16

Aug

2019

Carwoola makes $2.5 million

Darling Downs property Carwoola has sold for $2.5 million at a Ray White Rural auction.
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