Hereford bulls sold to a national sale record of $62,500 at the annual show and sale at Wodonga yesterday.
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09 May 08 Hereford bulls sold to a national sale record of $62,500 at the annual show and sale at Wodonga yesterday.
09 May 08 Women from all across the state gathered at Tweed Heads in the second week of May for the 86th annual general meeting of the Country Women’s Association of NSW. The CWA NSW annual conference this week discussed a broad range of topics including the single desk for the wheat industry, the privatisation of the State power industry and gave their support to the creation of a human donor milk bank. But there was also a State handicraft exhibition and a display of The Land Cookery Competition entries.
The 25th anniversary of the Tocal Field Days at Paterson last weekend was a big occasion for exhibitors and customers alike, with a wide range of merchandise on display.

Along with the standard field days fare of farm machinery and fencing gear were more esoteric distractions such as wood-carving, piglet races and even helicopter vendors.

A wide crowd attended the field days, which were held at C.B. Alexander Agricultural College from May 2 to May 4.
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08 May 08 The 25th anniversary of the Tocal Field Days at Paterson last weekend was a big occasion for exhibitors and customers alike, with a wide range of merchandise on display. Along with the standard field days fare of farm machinery and fencing gear were more esoteric distractions such as wood-carving, piglet races and even helicopter vendors. A wide crowd attended the field days, which were held at C.B. Alexander Agricultural College from May 2 to May 4.
After the enormous success of last year's competition, Rural Press and the Casterton Kelpie Muster have teamed up again to offer you one of the finest young working dogs in the country, absolutely free!
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07 May 08 After the enormous success of last year's competition, Rural Press and the Casterton Kelpie Muster have teamed up again to offer you one of the finest young working dogs in the country, absolutely free!
PETA have offered a mulesing peace deal and the three-point plan has been taken seriously by wool leaders and offers hope of an end to the four year long crisis. PETA's Matt Prescott is interviewed by national sheep and wool writer, Marius Cuming.
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07 May 08 PETA have offered a mulesing peace deal and the three-point plan has been taken seriously by wool leaders and offers hope of an end to the four year long crisis. PETA's Matt Prescott is interviewed by national sheep and wool writer, Marius Cuming.
The Beef Australia event held every three years in Rockhampton, Qld, has been gauranteed permanent Federal Government funding by Agriculture Minister Tony Burke today.
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07 May 08 The Beef Australia event held every three years in Rockhampton, Qld, has been gauranteed permanent Federal Government funding by Agriculture Minister Tony Burke today.
The Beef Australia event held every three years in Rockhampton, Qld, has been gauranteed permanent Federal Government funding by Agriculture Minister Tony Burke today.
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07 May 08 The Beef Australia event held every three years in Rockhampton, Qld, has been gauranteed permanent Federal Government funding by Agriculture Minister Tony Burke today.
07 May 08 Federal Agriculture Minister Tony Burke has slammed the credibility of PETA's peace offering, saying he is "deeply unimpressed" with the way the animal rights group had conducted itself thus far.
Felton district producers, a tight-knit community just south of Toowoomba, Queensland, are the latest to take issue with proposed mining developments.
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05 May 08 Felton district producers, a tight-knit community just south of Toowoomba, Queensland, are the latest to take issue with proposed mining developments.
05 May 08 Signs of optimism among Australian agribusiness are being tempered by the spectre of rising costs reports the Westpac and Charles Sturt University Agribusiness Index released today. Listen to Westpac chief executive for regional and agribusiness banking, Graham Jennings.
Falls of 8-16mm of rain last week across a broad area of Victoria failed to spark the demand for store sheep at Wycheproof on Friday.
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04 May 08 Falls of 8-16mm of rain last week across a broad area of Victoria failed to spark the demand for store sheep at Wycheproof on Friday.
Out-going wool boos Ian McLachlan has urged Australian agriculture not to panic when confronted with animal activists in the future.
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01 May 08 Out-going wool boos Ian McLachlan has urged Australian agriculture not to panic when confronted with animal activists in the future.
After being cut from Telstra's CDMA network this week, farmers could now be facing the termination of their Internet connection with the closure of the Telco's popular ISDN scheduled for December 2008.
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01 May 08 After being cut from Telstra's CDMA network this week, farmers could now be facing the termination of their Internet connection with the closure of the Telco's popular ISDN scheduled for December 2008.
The new chairman of Australian Wool Innovation Brian van Rooyen says he is a “no fuss, outcome-driven” leader.
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30 Apr 08 The new chairman of Australian Wool Innovation Brian van Rooyen says he is a “no fuss, outcome-driven” leader.
30 Apr 08 Eating pears are an easy way to manage GI levels in your diet, according to Jennie Brand-Miller, Professor of human nutrition. University of Sydney
The Queensland Government is under fire following revelations that it had received legal advice five years ago that fees charged by the Environmental Protection Agency may be unconstitutional. But Environment Minister Andrew McNamara told Question Time this morning that the problem will be resolved as the Government this year overhauls its EPA laws and fee structures.
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29 Apr 08 The Queensland Government is under fire following revelations that it had received legal advice five years ago that fees charged by the Environmental Protection Agency may be unconstitutional. But Environment Minister Andrew McNamara told Question Time this morning that the problem will be resolved as the Government this year overhauls its EPA laws and fee structures.
Cameron Parker might spend most of his time in the cockpit, but he was more at home in the saddle at the weekend's Rocky Rush cutting, reigning and campdrafting competition.
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29 Apr 08 Cameron Parker might spend most of his time in the cockpit, but he was more at home in the saddle at the weekend's Rocky Rush cutting, reigning and campdrafting competition.
 survey conducted by Independent MP Tony Windsor has shown that support for wheat's single desk marketing system is as strong as ever, with only 14pc of respondents eager for change.
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28 Apr 08  survey conducted by Independent MP Tony Windsor has shown that support for wheat's single desk marketing system is as strong as ever, with only 14pc of respondents eager for change.
The Korean beef market is set for a three-month rollercoaster ride when United States beef returns to stores in about a month's time, according to MLA Korea regional manager Glen Feist.
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28 Apr 08 The Korean beef market is set for a three-month rollercoaster ride when United States beef returns to stores in about a month's time, according to MLA Korea regional manager Glen Feist.
In jerseys carrying the red, white and blue of Australia's flag, the Outback Queensland Barbarians marked Anzac Day with a hard-fought 25-0 victory against the pride of Montana rugby, the Missoula Maggots.
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27 Apr 08 In jerseys carrying the red, white and blue of Australia's flag, the Outback Queensland Barbarians marked Anzac Day with a hard-fought 25-0 victory against the pride of Montana rugby, the Missoula Maggots.
The Queensland Farmers Federation Future of Farming seminar held in Brisbane on April 23, highlighted three re-occurring themes - global markets, climate change and the future and scale of farms.
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25 Apr 08 The Queensland Farmers Federation Future of Farming seminar held in Brisbane on April 23, highlighted three re-occurring themes - global markets, climate change and the future and scale of farms.
Soaking rain last week in the wheatbelt and last weekend has triggered the start of a predicted bumper cropping year in WA.
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24 Apr 08 Soaking rain last week in the wheatbelt and last weekend has triggered the start of a predicted bumper cropping year in WA.
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