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Farm Weekly is Western Australia's most important source of information for the farming community and the largest selling rural newspaper in the state.

A total reading package produced in two easy-to-read sections, Farm Weekly features a quality quarter-fold magazine providing local news, wool market information, a large livestock and property section plus machinery information and the largest rural classified in the state, plus a tabloid newspaper containing cropping and grain marketing information, horticulture, farm stories, better farming practice, new and innovative machinery, general farming product information and in-depth news analysis.



 
Farm Weekly is Western Australia's most important source of information for the farming community and the largest selling rural newspaper in the state.

A total reading package produced in two easy-to-read sections, Farm Weekly features a quality quarter-fold magazine providing local news, wool market information, a large livestock and property section plus machinery information and the largest rural classified in the state, plus a tabloid newspaper containing cropping and grain marketing information, horticulture, farm stories, better farming practice, new and innovative machinery, general farming product information and in-depth news analysis.

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The Minister of Ag can use WA's Gene Technology Act 2006 to manage GM & GM-free crops for market
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Time will judge if they can implement what growers are asking for. Not what a director
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Absolutely agreed. Chinese demand for high-quality protein is increasing, as is demand from
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