Comments of the week: Apr 07-12
THE trade deal struck between Japan and Australia had everyone talking this week - and readers were far from in agreement.
Comments of the week: Mar 31 - Apr 06
AS the first shipload of Aussie sheep to Bahrain in eight years left Fremantle last week, a Senate move by Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon to block Australia’s live export trade came under fire from Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce – and drew fiery responses from readers and pollies alike.
Comments of the week: Mar 22-28
THE readers of FarmOnline weren’t the only ones fired up by the release of a document outlining plans for a global verification system for sustainable beef.
Comments of the week: March 16-21
THE first draft of a global verification system for sustainable beef was released for comment this week – and on FarmOnline plenty didn’t hesitate to do just that.

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Ho hum.... very few of these "investors" actually understand the true value of a well managed
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People need to get their facts straight before they make a story like this. This fire was
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I have worked as a shearer for 50 + Years many sheds just the same as when I first
LEON Bradley was the modest but forthright intellectual mastermind behind the long-running farmer campaign that usurped Australia's once giant AWB wheat export single desk monopoly, by relentlessly prosecuting an impenetrable argument that applied fierce dedication to objective evidence and free enterprise principles.
Leon was born to Frank and Doreen Bradley on October 11, 194921 Jan 17 LEON Bradley was the modest but forthright intellectual mastermind behind the long-running farmer campaign that...
ALL signs are the blistering cattle market fervour that has pushed southern weaner prices to 'once-in-a-lifetime' levels still has a fair amount of strength.
20 Jan 17 ALL signs are the blistering cattle market fervour that has pushed southern weaner prices to 'once-in-a-lifetime'...