Well-known cotton grower and contract picker, Andrew Keeley, has jumped in boots and all to cotton farming up in cane toad country.
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08 Jun 08 Well-known cotton grower and contract picker, Andrew Keeley, has jumped in boots and all to cotton farming up in cane toad country.
Recent rain sparked optimism at one of Queensland's largest agricultural equipment field days, Elders Farmfest, which opened its gates near Kingsthorpe on the Darling Downs this week.
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06 Jun 08 Recent rain sparked optimism at one of Queensland's largest agricultural equipment field days, Elders Farmfest, which opened its gates near Kingsthorpe on the Darling Downs this week.
Green tea in ham may sound too much like Dr Seuss to be true, but the combination is set to change the processed ham market and boost the local industry by shifting large volumes of Australian-produced pork. Listen to Hans marketers Terry McMahon and Steve Bowden.
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06 Jun 08 Green tea in ham may sound too much like Dr Seuss to be true, but the combination is set to change the processed ham market and boost the local industry by shifting large volumes of Australian-produced pork. Listen to Hans marketers Terry McMahon and Steve Bowden.
Labor and Liberal MPs sat on the same side of Federal Parliament this week, united in support of changes to wheat's export single desk, leaving eight Nationals and two Independents to oppose the Bill.
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05 Jun 08 Labor and Liberal MPs sat on the same side of Federal Parliament this week, united in support of changes to wheat's export single desk, leaving eight Nationals and two Independents to oppose the Bill.
Unusually wet conditions on the NSW  North Coast couldn't deter beef fans last Saturday during the big day of cattle judging activity during Casino Beef Week.
Spectators braved the early showers to sit pinned to their hay bale seat, hanging on every word from beef week steer and stud cattle judge, Neil Goetsch, a stock and station agent from Kalbar, in southern Queensland.
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05 Jun 08 Unusually wet conditions on the NSW North Coast couldn't deter beef fans last Saturday during the big day of cattle judging activity during Casino Beef Week. Spectators braved the early showers to sit pinned to their hay bale seat, hanging on every word from beef week steer and stud cattle judge, Neil Goetsch, a stock and station agent from Kalbar, in southern Queensland.
A slideshow looking back at a truly spectacular event.
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05 Jun 08 A slideshow looking back at a truly spectacular event.
The Land's journalists and photographers were there to record the moments of hard-earned achievement of the 2008 Sydney Royal cattle judging. These events were covered thoroughly in The Land. Here are some of the cattle judging highlights.
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04 Jun 08 The Land's journalists and photographers were there to record the moments of hard-earned achievement of the 2008 Sydney Royal cattle judging. These events were covered thoroughly in The Land. Here are some of the cattle judging highlights.
The Kiwis are a novel bunch and the latest crutching trailer from over the ditch has many in the Australian sheep industry talking.
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04 Jun 08 The Kiwis are a novel bunch and the latest crutching trailer from over the ditch has many in the Australian sheep industry talking.
More market vegetables from China could be on their way to Australia but the Asian nation's 700 million farmers do not threaten the Aussie agricultural sector, the NSW Primary Industries Minister says.
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04 Jun 08 More market vegetables from China could be on their way to Australia but the Asian nation's 700 million farmers do not threaten the Aussie agricultural sector, the NSW Primary Industries Minister says.
Premium quality stud and commercial bulls sold to a top of $32,000 and average of $8247 at the 47th annual Dubbo National Poll Hereford Show and Sale.
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03 Jun 08 Premium quality stud and commercial bulls sold to a top of $32,000 and average of $8247 at the 47th annual Dubbo National Poll Hereford Show and Sale.
When 50 New Zealand hay and silage contractors and their partners fronted the Elders/Farmfest site office, it signalled the event’s widening drawcard.
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03 Jun 08 When 50 New Zealand hay and silage contractors and their partners fronted the Elders/Farmfest site office, it signalled the event’s widening drawcard.
The Land's journalists and photographers were there to record the moments of hard-earned achievement of the 2008 Sydney Royal Show judging. These events were covered thoroughly in The Land. Here are some of the show ring highlights.
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03 Jun 08 The Land's journalists and photographers were there to record the moments of hard-earned achievement of the 2008 Sydney Royal Show judging. These events were covered thoroughly in The Land. Here are some of the show ring highlights.
For many country people, the Sydney Royal is a chance to catch up with old friends, see the results of some of the best producer practices, and celebrate achievements in agriculture. Here is a selection of photographs from the The Land staff which capture the flavour of this iconic event.
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03 Jun 08 For many country people, the Sydney Royal is a chance to catch up with old friends, see the results of some of the best producer practices, and celebrate achievements in agriculture. Here is a selection of photographs from the The Land staff which capture the flavour of this iconic event.
The long-awaited kick in prime market rates over the past fortnight encouraged a solid to stronger demand for store cattle at Warrnambool, Vic, on Friday where a larger than expected yarding of 2800 was penned.
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02 Jun 08 The long-awaited kick in prime market rates over the past fortnight encouraged a solid to stronger demand for store cattle at Warrnambool, Vic, on Friday where a larger than expected yarding of 2800 was penned.
There was a feisty spirit in the air when Massey Ferguson employees, customers and enthusiasts from Australia and New Zealand paid homage to one of the world’s most widely-sold tractor brands.
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01 Jun 08 There was a feisty spirit in the air when Massey Ferguson employees, customers and enthusiasts from Australia and New Zealand paid homage to one of the world’s most widely-sold tractor brands.
In the wake of the shock announcement that CSIRO will close its Rockhampton laboratories, chairman of the North Australia Beef Research Council, John Cox, says its a sign that industry will be increasingly called upon to fund its own research needs.
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28 May 08 In the wake of the shock announcement that CSIRO will close its Rockhampton laboratories, chairman of the North Australia Beef Research Council, John Cox, says its a sign that industry will be increasingly called upon to fund its own research needs.
Approaching winter the market for slaughter cattle has taken a welcome but long-awaited lift at southern saleyards this week.
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27 May 08 Approaching winter the market for slaughter cattle has taken a welcome but long-awaited lift at southern saleyards this week.
From mustering near Lake Torrens on Monday, through to delivery at Jamestown on Wednesday, it had been a busy week for the South Gap wether lambs.
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27 May 08 From mustering near Lake Torrens on Monday, through to delivery at Jamestown on Wednesday, it had been a busy week for the South Gap wether lambs.
Registered ridden horses topped at $51,000 and averaged $10,456 in what was an outstanding result at the inaugural Landmark Classic Campdraft Horse Sale on Saturday in Tamworth, NSW.
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25 May 08 Registered ridden horses topped at $51,000 and averaged $10,456 in what was an outstanding result at the inaugural Landmark Classic Campdraft Horse Sale on Saturday in Tamworth, NSW.
It is a journey that happens hundreds of times a year in the livestock industry, but the passage of stock out of pastoral breeding areas to the north and into the 'inside' trading country to the south is nothing short of remarkable.
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25 May 08 It is a journey that happens hundreds of times a year in the livestock industry, but the passage of stock out of pastoral breeding areas to the north and into the 'inside' trading country to the south is nothing short of remarkable.
23 May 08 THE economic boom is destroying part of WA’s manufacturing base, agriculture machinery makers say. As a result of the lopsided expansion caused by mining, the state’s builders of farm equipment are facing an uncertain future with mounting costs from blowouts in steel prices, a tightening of supply of machinery components and a declining skilled workforce. In combination, the pressures have severely impacted on the makers’ productive capacities to a point where manufacturers will not be able to meet domestic demand in the immediate future.
A small attendance of mainly agents and trade buyers provided the competition for 16,500 sheep and lambs at Jamestown's May market.
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23 May 08 A small attendance of mainly agents and trade buyers provided the competition for 16,500 sheep and lambs at Jamestown's May market.
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