Maintain the fracking rage
SOUTH Australian Greens MLC Mark Parnell's bill tabled in the Legislative Council on June 19, to prevent hydraulic fracturing on farmland, residential and conservation areas, is designed to put the issue squarely in front of the 'honourable' members in the Lower House.
Swap politics for policies
AS THE federal election approaches, rural voters will be seeking policy that will bust agriculture out of its political-induced diapause within which it has been encased since the 72-seats apiece outcome of the 2010 election.
MDB: a solution for all
I NOTED with disbelief the commentary this week that water saving irrigation upgrades for the Murray-Darling Basin (MDB) are a money-munching waste of time.
Ag left in the lurch
THE sad truth is that most politicians are hell-bent on letting agriculture find its own way through a quagmire of regulation and bad debt.
GrainCorp: a big deal?
WHAT’S going to happen to the Australian grains industry if the ADM bid for GrainCorp goes through?
Is ADM giving us the ol' razzle-dazzle?
AS SUITORS go, few have put as much effort into wooing growers as Archer Daniels Midland (ADM).
Farm Finance: worth the hassle
SETTING UP Farm Finance packages is going to be expensive and take time, but is worth it – our farmers desperately need the support.
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