Experience a day in the life of the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Broken Hill, NSW.
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23 Apr 08 Experience a day in the life of the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Broken Hill, NSW.
A succession of post-Easter coastal showers inspired keen local demand at the Mount Gambier, SA, monthly store cattle sale on Friday where 2224 head were penned.
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22 Apr 08 A succession of post-Easter coastal showers inspired keen local demand at the Mount Gambier, SA, monthly store cattle sale on Friday where 2224 head were penned.
Global demand for Australian beef is currently strong enough to absorb the loss of market share in Korea when the United States returns, preventing any sudden price collapse in Australian saleyards, according to Allan Teys, chairman of beef processing firm Teys Bros.
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22 Apr 08 Global demand for Australian beef is currently strong enough to absorb the loss of market share in Korea when the United States returns, preventing any sudden price collapse in Australian saleyards, according to Allan Teys, chairman of beef processing firm Teys Bros.
22 Apr 08 With winter crop planting programmes just around the corner there’s keen interest in the latest technology for getting seed into the ground with the minimum of fuss.
HAVING thrown down the sales gauntlet in Europe by unveiling 55 new products at last year’s giant German machinery show, Agritechnika, Claas is upping its presence in Australasia by unveiling a swag of equipment with southern hemisphere appeal.
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21 Apr 08 HAVING thrown down the sales gauntlet in Europe by unveiling 55 new products at last year’s giant German machinery show, Agritechnika, Claas is upping its presence in Australasia by unveiling a swag of equipment with southern hemisphere appeal.
Weaner steers sold to a top of $640 at the 40th annual Crookwell weaner sale held in Goulburn, NSW, on Friday.
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21 Apr 08 Weaner steers sold to a top of $640 at the 40th annual Crookwell weaner sale held in Goulburn, NSW, on Friday.
The 2020 Summit has come and gone, with plenty of big ideas put on the table for the future of rural communities. The question now is whether or not the Federal Government acts on these proposals.
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20 Apr 08 The 2020 Summit has come and gone, with plenty of big ideas put on the table for the future of rural communities. The question now is whether or not the Federal Government acts on these proposals.
One thousand people from across Australia have descended on Canberra for the start of this weekend's 2020 summit.
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19 Apr 08 One thousand people from across Australia have descended on Canberra for the start of this weekend's 2020 summit.
Landpower's new distribution facility.
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17 Apr 08 Landpower's new distribution facility.
THE delicate balance between satisfying Queensland’s energy needs whilst appeasing affected land holders is continuing to be played out in lush farmland around Dalby district.
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17 Apr 08 THE delicate balance between satisfying Queensland’s energy needs whilst appeasing affected land holders is continuing to be played out in lush farmland around Dalby district.
Corporate agribusiness in China only comes in one size and that size is massive; the Fucheng feedlot near Beijing is a typical example.
A fully vertically integrated operation, like many corporate businesses in China, the feedlot fattens and processes about 40,000 cattle a year.
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16 Apr 08 Corporate agribusiness in China only comes in one size and that size is massive; the Fucheng feedlot near Beijing is a typical example. A fully vertically integrated operation, like many corporate businesses in China, the feedlot fattens and processes about 40,000 cattle a year.
Quality scanned in lamb ewes, both crossbred and Merino, were sold at prices above expectation at a special sale of 8000 store sheep at Wycheproof, Vic, last Friday.
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15 Apr 08 Quality scanned in lamb ewes, both crossbred and Merino, were sold at prices above expectation at a special sale of 8000 store sheep at Wycheproof, Vic, last Friday.
The cotton industry is currently picking its smallest crop in 28 years. But those growers lucky enough to be picking a decent crop are looking forward positively, with good quality cotton helping to offset the small harvest.
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15 Apr 08 The cotton industry is currently picking its smallest crop in 28 years. But those growers lucky enough to be picking a decent crop are looking forward positively, with good quality cotton helping to offset the small harvest.
WaterSmart field day at Monkira Station, Queensland
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10 Apr 08 WaterSmart field day at Monkira Station, Queensland
The constant flow of trucks in and out of Townsville in North Queensland along the Flinders Highway last week could only have meant one thing: a cattle boat was being loaded.
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09 Apr 08 The constant flow of trucks in and out of Townsville in North Queensland along the Flinders Highway last week could only have meant one thing: a cattle boat was being loaded.
There was one definite conclusion from the first-ever camel auction held in Charters Towers, North Queensland, on the weekend - they weren’t as dear as chemical weed killers.
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09 Apr 08 There was one definite conclusion from the first-ever camel auction held in Charters Towers, North Queensland, on the weekend - they weren’t as dear as chemical weed killers.
A group of Australian wool growers is travelling in China this week on an Elders Wool tour, in the lead up to the big International Wool Textile Organisation annual meeting, which is in China this year.
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09 Apr 08 A group of Australian wool growers is travelling in China this week on an Elders Wool tour, in the lead up to the big International Wool Textile Organisation annual meeting, which is in China this year.
With an offering 6147-head, the Bothwell, Tas, annual cattle sale is believed to be the largest single-agent, one-day sale in Australia.
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07 Apr 08 With an offering 6147-head, the Bothwell, Tas, annual cattle sale is believed to be the largest single-agent, one-day sale in Australia.
The cream of the current crop of tractors sold in Australia, Fendt’s 900 Vario series, wowed potential customers at a Darling Downs field day late last week.
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07 Apr 08 The cream of the current crop of tractors sold in Australia, Fendt’s 900 Vario series, wowed potential customers at a Darling Downs field day late last week.
03 Apr 08 THE Sydney Royal Angus Feature Show featured a quality line up of more than 220 head of led Angus cattle for US judge, Dr Tom Turner, Ohio State University. The grand champion bull, Pine Creek Mr Frontliner B21, completed a trifecta of wins for breeders, Greg, Sharon and Christie Fuller, Pine Creek Angus stud, Bylong, NSW, by securing their third Peter Duddy Trophy for best Angus exhibit. Dr Tom Turner, a cattle breeder himself in the US, was impressed with the overall quality and preparation of the cattle presented and said they were, in many facets, similar to cattle in the US. “In know you’ve been through a drought, but there’s been nothing spared in the cattle’s preparation and they’re in fine shape,” Dr Turner said. “As an exhibition for the breed I thought it was splendid.” It was Dr Turner’s first visit to Australia since 2001, and while impressed with the breed’s overall functionality, he said one area of criticism was “perhaps a lack of attention by the breeders to the pelvic design”. He said while they were sound, the animals weren’t necessarily correct and some adjustments could be made. “In our country I think we’ve had a little bit more emphasis in that department,” he said. There was also an emphasis on easier fleshing cattle and, as mature cows, easier keeping out in the real world, which in the show ring has led to cattle with more body and more softness in their design with better depth into the flank, he said.
Dalby district farmer, Peter Williams, fears his farm will be cut in two by a proposed pipeline for a gas producer.
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03 Apr 08 Dalby district farmer, Peter Williams, fears his farm will be cut in two by a proposed pipeline for a gas producer.
A shortage of water and available feed in as the hot, dry autumn continues throughout the greater north-western areas of Victoria saw the smallest buying field assemble at the Wycheproof, Vic, store sheep sale.
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01 Apr 08 A shortage of water and available feed in as the hot, dry autumn continues throughout the greater north-western areas of Victoria saw the smallest buying field assemble at the Wycheproof, Vic, store sheep sale.
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