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Battle clearing laws needed to win the war on woody weeds
04 Sep 07 Farmers in the Western Division of NSW are renewing the fight to save once prime grazing land from encroaching invasive native shrub.
Drought saps Hay, NSW, sheep values
03 Sep 07 Hot windy conditions sapped prices at the August special sheep sale in Hay, NSW, last week, where prices were back by as much as $30 a head.
Horse Flu: Moombi, NSW, quarantine a 'fiasco'
03 Sep 07 More than 40 horses at the Moombi Showground have been infected by equine influenza in the past week, but their owners say the handling of the situation has been a fiasco.
Mac Bank buy up snares Bulls Run, NSW
03 Sep 07 The pastoral arm of the Macquarie Bank has snapped up another historic property in the NSW Riverina district, following on from its recent purchase of Pooginook.
WA wool growers rapidly embrace bioclip
31 Aug 07 Wool growers in Western Australia are rapidly embracing the Bioclip wool harvesting technique to capitalise on new markets and combat the shortage of shearing staff.
Harvesting heritage celebrated in Qld
31 Aug 07 Australia's pre-eminent position as the centre of mechanised grain harvester excellence at the dawn of the 20th century was celebrated at last week's 31st Australian Heritage Festival at the Jondaryan Woolshed in Queensland.
Tas wool pool's acid test: 8pc return on assets
30 Aug 07 The concept of growers in a region uniting to pool their wool for joint marketing is strongest in Tasmania, where increasingly growers are taking up the radical marketing idea.
SA sheep markets brace for spring onslaught
29 Aug 07 The looming sense of September strife was unavoidable at SA's Dublin saleyards this week, with warm and dusty conditions making it an uncomfortable transition into spring.
AgQuip inventors climb ladder to success
28 Aug 07 Cecil Wiseman and his son, Chris, will be off to the Australian National Field Days in Orange in October as national finalists in the Farm Inventor of the Year competition.
Horse flu: Racing to resume soon, except in NSW-Qld
28 Aug 07 Racing is expected to resume in most states on Saturday, but it is considered unlikely in NSW and Queensland - the only two states where equine influenza (EI) has been confirmed.
Horse flu: Iconic Birdsville Races cancelled
28 Aug 07 The equine influeza outbreak has now claimed the iconic Birdsville Races, which was hoping for an exemption from the racing ban due to its isolation, but organisers are vowing the party will go ahead.
HORSE FLU: Selling cattle now a lot harder
27 Aug 07 The outbreak of equine influenza and the subsequent ban on the movement of all horses is already impacting on the basics of rural life, making the sale of cattle a lot more difficult at the Wagga Wagga, NSW, saleyards today.
HORSE FLU: Flow-on effect hits bush shows
27 Aug 07 With horses such an integral part of rural life, the flow on effects of the outbreak of equine influenza are beginning to be realized by bush people.
HORSE FLU: McGauran expects more to succumb
27 Aug 07 Agricultural ministers will meet tonight to agree to an extension of the national lock-down period preventing horses from moving anywhere in a bid to stop the spread of equine influenza.
Alternative mulesing injection put to the test
24 Aug 07 A viable alternative to surgical mulesing may be closer to commercial availability than woolgrowers think and it has been developed on a small budget by NSW firm, Cobbett Technologies.
Red Jewel cabbage sparkles in cold Qld winter
24 Aug 07 Grantham, Qld, vegetable producer, Derek Schulz, is closely monitoring the performance of his new Red Jewel variety red cabbage that has performed well during one of the district's coldest-ever growing seasons.
Southern buyers chase Hay, NSW, store cattle
24 Aug 07 Despite the big rains in Northern NSW and Southern Queensland this week, southern buyers from North-East Victoria, Gippsland and Mt Gambier, SA, yesterday dominated a special store cattle sale of 2100 head in Hay, NSW.
Government's GM canola report 'dishonest': BFA
23 Aug 07 The Federal Government's latest report on genetically modified crops is "dishonest" and "bordering on hysteria" according to organic farm lobby, Biological Farmers Australia.
Beattie bags taxpayer waste for Winton council poll
22 Aug 07 Queensland Premier Peter Beattie has slammed the Winton Shire Council for announcing plans to hold a referendum on council amalgamations as a waste of taxpayers money given that Winton is not facing a merger.
Govt GM reports divide industry
22 Aug 07 The Federal Government has been accused of dishonestly representing the benefits of GM crops by organic groups, but the National Farmers' Federation is backing the controversial technology.
New Santa Gertrudis auction record set at $80,000
21 Aug 07 A new auction record has been set for a Santa Gertrudis bull, with Warenda Sahara being knocked down for $80,000 in Narrabri, NSW.
Lack of rain limits Ballarat cattle market to local trade
20 Aug 07 With further rain, once again, needed across much of NSW and northern Victoria, store cattle sales action at Ballarat on Friday adapted to a more localised demand, with prices softening accordingly.
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Indonesia has relaxed its trade restrictions on secondary beef cuts, re-opening a market that was worth $42 million to Australian exporters two years ago.
The recent rainfall will lead to a change in the micron profile of the Australian wool clip next spring, while boosting production volume and lamb marking rates.
While the favourable season is spurring lamb prices and providing more marketing options for producers, livestock agents are concerned rates are reaching unsustainable levels.
There will be more cases of sclerotinia in canola in areas that do not traditionally have problems with the disease due to the wet spring.
Chickpea prices have jumped $30 to $50 a tonne above global market values as farmers caught with soggy crops look for alternative grain supplies to fulfill their forward contract commitments.
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