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FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of Western Australia.

After the deluge: crop damage in WA  

FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of Western Australia.
IF YOU can't be at the NFF National Congress 2014 in Canberra on Monday and Tuesday, follow the conversation here. 20 Oct 14 1 IF YOU can't be at the NFF National Congress 2014 in Canberra on Monday and Tuesday, follow the conversation here.
BARNABY Joyce will today release the Green Paper for the Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper, focusing on improving farmgate returns. 20 Oct 14 7 BARNABY Joyce will today release the Green Paper for the Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper, focusing on...
THE potential of Indonesia as an export market for Australian produce mustn’t be submerged under the hype around China, says Simon Talbot. 20 Oct 14 4 THE potential of Indonesia as an export market for Australian produce mustn’t be submerged under the hype around...
A TREND away from sheep and into cropping in the past decade has left sheep numbers perilously low in WA, particularly with new markets demanding more protein. 19 Oct 14 1 A TREND away from sheep and into cropping in the past decade has left sheep numbers perilously low in WA,...
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If you want to know what the bush thinks of Labor just ask someone who is in the LE game up
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The Farmer or beef for that matter. I suspect their 20% comes from statistics, accept a normal
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Property price bubbles are a function of many factors and a considerable contributor is finance
PRESENT spending on transport infrastructure is doing little for farmers, says national freight specialist, Luke Fraser. PRESENT spending on transport infrastructure is doing little for farmers, says national freight specialist, Luke Fraser.
AFTER good falls of rain most markets saw a significant drop in numbers yarded, and prices eased as a result. AFTER good falls of rain most markets saw a significant drop in numbers yarded, and prices eased as a result.

WOOLWORTHS Farmers' Own milk has hit the shelves of 89 supermarkets across WA bringing Margaret River milk direct to the consumer.
As revealed exclusively by Farm Weekly, the Farmers' Own brand will be supplied by the Evans family, Busselton, and the Noakes family, Forest Grove.16 Oct 14  1 WOOLWORTHS Farmers' Own milk has hit the shelves of 89 supermarkets across WA bringing Margaret River milk direct to...
WOOLWORTHS Farmers’ Own milk has hit the shelves of 89 supermarkets across WA today bringing Margaret River milk to the consumer.
As revealed by Farm Weekly last week, the Farmers’ Own brand will be supplied by the Evans family, Busselton and also the Noakes family, Forest Grove.08 Oct 14  2 WOOLWORTHS Farmers’ Own milk has hit the shelves of 89 supermarkets across WA today bringing Margaret River milk to...
WOOLGROWER Philip Attard recently returned from Spinexpo in China where he promoted the Wool ComfortMeter. WOOLGROWER Philip Attard recently returned from Spinexpo in China where he promoted the Wool ComfortMeter.

AFTER 68 years of stud breeding, the Arawa Merino and Poll Merino stud genetics were in high demand at its recent dispersal.12 Oct 14 AFTER 68 years of stud breeding, the Arawa Merino and Poll Merino stud genetics were in high demand at its recent...
AFTER years of sourcing oaten hay only when available from the State's south, ready access to new local Rhodes grass hay has been a boon for the Richardson family's Mt Florance station near Tom Price and the management of their beef herd.13 Oct 14 AFTER years of sourcing oaten hay only when available from the State's south, ready access to new local Rhodes grass...
FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of WA.20 Oct 14 FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of WA.
CAN the WA grains industry pull together to implement a business plan that will double the industry's overall value in one decade?16 Oct 14 CAN the WA grains industry pull together to implement a business plan that will double the industry's overall value...

FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of Western Australia.4:21 AM  2 FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of Western Australia.
A COMPREHENSIVE overview of investments that are helping drive the production of the grains industry has been released.16 Oct 14  4 A COMPREHENSIVE overview of investments that are helping drive the production of the grains industry has been released.
FARMERS looking to improve their whole storage system to leverage marketing opportunities are considering on-farm weighbridges. FARMERS looking to improve their whole storage system to leverage marketing opportunities are considering on-farm...

THE farm mechanisation industry is in good shape but change is on the way. And according to Tractor and Machinery Association (TMA) executive director Richard Lewis, the change should place machinery dealers in a strong position.16 Aug 14 THE farm mechanisation industry is in good shape but change is on the way. And according to Tractor and Machinery...
A NEW machinery dealership is soon to open its doors in Kununurra.11 Aug 14 A NEW machinery dealership is soon to open its doors in Kununurra.

HORTICULTURE

QUEENSLAND will host a trifecta of national vegetable conferences with Ausveg confirming it will head back to the Gold Coast for its 2015 national gathering.20 Oct 14 QUEENSLAND will host a trifecta of national vegetable conferences with Ausveg confirming it will head back to the...
A WELL known Tasmanian has been acknowledged with a prestigious onion industry award.16 Oct 14 A WELL known Tasmanian has been acknowledged with a prestigious onion industry award.
THURSDAY will see the first of three property auctions to finalise the sale of former billionaire Nathan Tinkler's racing empire Patinack Farm.20 Oct 14 THURSDAY will see the first of three property auctions to finalise the sale of former billionaire Nathan Tinkler's...
A MAJOR cattle station in central Queensland has sold for a 50pc discount to what the vendor paid for it at the top of the market, alarming local landholders.20 Oct 14  14 A MAJOR cattle station in central Queensland has sold for a 50pc discount to what the vendor paid for it at the top...
KEITH farmers Bill and Sally Hood have fond memories of their trip across Australia last year - and a 'cracking' good idea.
20 Oct 14 KEITH farmers Bill and Sally Hood have fond memories of their trip across Australia last year - and a 'cracking'...
16 Oct 14 FARM life with its country setting is often idealised but with more than 60 per cent of Queensland in drought, concern is growing for the mental health of farmers.