Beef roundtable in Wonderland
NO matter how I much I might try, the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB) process reminds me of a chapter from Alice in Wonderland.
Reclaiming the message
THE increased appetite among consumers for quality food ingredients has been a mixed blessing for Australian farmers.
Driven to care for rural patients
SOMETIMES it is a welcome change of pace to be able to step back from the turmoil of the political battlefield and celebrate one person’s vision to improve the plight of his fellow Australians.
Don't cut the service that delivers
IT could be argued that Australian Postal Service operators have been combating harsh economic rationalist sentiments since their humble beginnings.
Grabbing Clive's megaphone
THERE is much misunderstanding about the Australia Fund inquiry and the opportunity it provides to discuss rural economic resilience, says BARRY O'SULLIVAN.
Shining a light on beef prices
A PIECE of United States legislation is inspiring Australia to bring much needed price transparency to our commodity supply chain.
Breaking rural debt's shackles
THERE must be more co-ordination between politicians and ag industry bodies to actively campaign for public policy that will positively impact on farm gate profitability.
Seafood strangled by green-tape 'snakes'
IT IS time the green ideologues began working with genuine industry efforts towards environmental sustainability.
Pollies: step up or step out
COMMENTATORS have long predicted the decline of the family farm, yet the ag sector has defied the odds with each passing decade.
Keep the bankers honest
WHERE is a social license to operate buried among the Australian banking sector’s dazzling mountain of money?
Inquiring minds call for change
PEAK industry bodies will continue to disappoint stakeholders unless everyone gets involved in changing the underlying problems in the systems.
Free market free-fall
THERE is a secret club that speak only in hushed tones within the hallowed walls of Federal Parliament.
Parting is such sweet sorrow
IT IS astounding the pace at which the Australian sugar milling industry was able to swiftly become mostly foreign owned.
Farm debt limiting our future
TO capitalise on increasing food and fibre demands in this ‘Asian century’, government must work with private enterprise, says BARRY O'SULLIVAN.
Beware the 'panda people'
GRAZIERS should be wary of the power of the panda - the policies that govern the WWF are not as black and white as its iconic logo, says BARRY O'SULLIVAN.
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