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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Well done Steve,it is easy to see why Purchers have been so successful over 5 decades
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Reality of supply and demand. I remember many oat marketers including CBH saying while they were
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At a $114 per tonne i feel like we have been bent over & abused .They went out of their way to
BILLIONAIRE global mining and agricultural entrepreneur Andrew  Forrest says the new agreement on beef trade struck between Australia and China today is a “game changing announcement” for the local sector.24 Mar 17 BILLIONAIRE global mining and agricultural entrepreneur Andrew Forrest says the new agreement on beef trade struck...
CURRENCY devaluation has shielded Australian grain growers from the price impact of record global grain stocks, according to a visiting American agri-economist.
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