A small group of women from wheat farms in South West NSW tried to grab the attention of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd as he made his way into this year's ABARE conference, waving placards opposing the Government's wheat marketing reforms and the scrapping of the single desk.
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04 Mar 08 A small group of women from wheat farms in South West NSW tried to grab the attention of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd as he made his way into this year's ABARE conference, waving placards opposing the Government's wheat marketing reforms and the scrapping of the single desk.
While many regions of northern Australia battle flooding, producers in the northwest of Victoria have begun hitting the wall in regards to water and feed reserves.
There were many forced sales among the 16,000 head offered at the Wycheproof store sheep sale last Friday.
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03 Mar 08 While many regions of northern Australia battle flooding, producers in the northwest of Victoria have begun hitting the wall in regards to water and feed reserves. There were many forced sales among the 16,000 head offered at the Wycheproof store sheep sale last Friday.
A vault dug deep into the frozen rock of a mountain on a remote island in the Arctic circle housing the key to the world’s survival.
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27 Feb 08 A vault dug deep into the frozen rock of a mountain on a remote island in the Arctic circle housing the key to the world’s survival.
Spray drift has further knocked the stuffing out of the Australian cotton crop this summer, with some in the industry reporting the damage as the worst ever.
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27 Feb 08 Spray drift has further knocked the stuffing out of the Australian cotton crop this summer, with some in the industry reporting the damage as the worst ever.
WA farmers will need to place orders for new machinery by next month to secure their requirements for the 2009 season in the face of a world-wide supply shortage of agricultural machinery.
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27 Feb 08 WA farmers will need to place orders for new machinery by next month to secure their requirements for the 2009 season in the face of a world-wide supply shortage of agricultural machinery.
The outstanding season in the north, along with a long-waited rise in prime market values, delivered a most welcome $2 million-plus result for grown and weaner cattle in the annual Landmark Ballarat premier sale held on Friday.
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25 Feb 08 The outstanding season in the north, along with a long-waited rise in prime market values, delivered a most welcome $2 million-plus result for grown and weaner cattle in the annual Landmark Ballarat premier sale held on Friday.
An amazingly resilient farm machinery industry has just notched up its fifth successive year of 10,000-unit-plus tractor sales in the face of one of the nation's cruellest dry spells.
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25 Feb 08 An amazingly resilient farm machinery industry has just notched up its fifth successive year of 10,000-unit-plus tractor sales in the face of one of the nation's cruellest dry spells.
The Fitzroy River in Central Queensland is in flood again, just three weeks after its most recent flood.
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22 Feb 08 The Fitzroy River in Central Queensland is in flood again, just three weeks after its most recent flood.
Queensland on-farm irrigation storages are generally in their best state in two to three years, with many of them full after recent rain.
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22 Feb 08 Queensland on-farm irrigation storages are generally in their best state in two to three years, with many of them full after recent rain.
From the air, the Brown family's famous four-floor woolshed at 'Reola' protrudes from the far-reaching Western Division plains as a beacon of past prosperity.
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21 Feb 08 From the air, the Brown family's famous four-floor woolshed at 'Reola' protrudes from the far-reaching Western Division plains as a beacon of past prosperity.
Highly-fertile plain-bodied ewes owned by John and Anthea Sutherland outclassed multiple former winners to take out this year’s prestigious Don Brown Ewe Competition at Condobolin, in what was their 23rd attempt at the title.
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21 Feb 08 Highly-fertile plain-bodied ewes owned by John and Anthea Sutherland outclassed multiple former winners to take out this year’s prestigious Don Brown Ewe Competition at Condobolin, in what was their 23rd attempt at the title.
AWB is looking to a new branding campaign to reinvigorate its Landmark business and guide its push for greater market share.
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20 Feb 08 AWB is looking to a new branding campaign to reinvigorate its Landmark business and guide its push for greater market share.
Wheat Export Marketing Alliance chairman, Graham Blight, claims the Federal Government is bowing to the wishes of big business, not producers, in its rush to dismantle the single desk.
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20 Feb 08 Wheat Export Marketing Alliance chairman, Graham Blight, claims the Federal Government is bowing to the wishes of big business, not producers, in its rush to dismantle the single desk.
A meeting between WoolProducers president Don Hamblin and Swedish retailer H&M has failed to break the company's stance on refusing to sell products made with wool from mulesed sheep.
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20 Feb 08 A meeting between WoolProducers president Don Hamblin and Swedish retailer H&M has failed to break the company's stance on refusing to sell products made with wool from mulesed sheep.
Growing excitement over the construction of Queensland's first grain-to-ethanol plant at Dalby is putting an extra spring in the step local grain growers, but there are calls for more leadership from the Government to cement the industry's future.
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19 Feb 08 Growing excitement over the construction of Queensland's first grain-to-ethanol plant at Dalby is putting an extra spring in the step local grain growers, but there are calls for more leadership from the Government to cement the industry's future.
For most studs a $40,000 top from their on-property sale is but a dream, but for the Fraser family's Red Hill Hereford stud at Euroa, Vic, it was a dream that became reality within minutes of the first bull of their first on-property bull sale entering the ring.
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18 Feb 08 For most studs a $40,000 top from their on-property sale is but a dream, but for the Fraser family's Red Hill Hereford stud at Euroa, Vic, it was a dream that became reality within minutes of the first bull of their first on-property bull sale entering the ring.
Strong buying orders placed from northern NSW had another big day out, seizing more than half of a 4000-head offered at the annual grown and weaner steer sale held at Ballarat on Friday.
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18 Feb 08 Strong buying orders placed from northern NSW had another big day out, seizing more than half of a 4000-head offered at the annual grown and weaner steer sale held at Ballarat on Friday.
Signature and foundation Charolais stud Mount William at Willaura, Victoria enjoyed a strong sale this week with bulls selling to $8250.
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15 Feb 08 Signature and foundation Charolais stud Mount William at Willaura, Victoria enjoyed a strong sale this week with bulls selling to $8250.
More than 18,000 Merino and crossbred sheep were yarded at the 73rd Annual Urana Store Sheep Sale last Friday, which saw buyers have a distinct preference for locally-bred ewes of all ages, prices rise by $15 on recent sales.
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15 Feb 08 More than 18,000 Merino and crossbred sheep were yarded at the 73rd Annual Urana Store Sheep Sale last Friday, which saw buyers have a distinct preference for locally-bred ewes of all ages, prices rise by $15 on recent sales.
A chapter in Australian country music spanning more than 60 years has closed with the death of Smokey Dawson this morning.
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14 Feb 08 A chapter in Australian country music spanning more than 60 years has closed with the death of Smokey Dawson this morning.
Young auctioneers put their nerve to the test in front of the Hamilton Beef Expo crowd last week for the <i>Stock & Land</i> young auctioneer shield.
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13 Feb 08 Young auctioneers put their nerve to the test in front of the Hamilton Beef Expo crowd last week for the Stock & Land young auctioneer shield.
The live sheep trade debate is more a cultural issue than a political one.
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13 Feb 08 The live sheep trade debate is more a cultural issue than a political one.
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