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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I went to the State barrier fence coastal - end yesterday - and was appalled at the state of
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The days of DAFWA having the bulk of GRDC funding in WA are long gone, they can't even
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In a domestic market situation I can see why this would be supported but in a 90% export market
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