The organisation representing contract grain harvesters says the industry increasingly is 'on the brink' as far as its commercial viability is concerned, following several years of failed winter crops.
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20 Aug 07 The organisation representing contract grain harvesters says the industry increasingly is 'on the brink' as far as its commercial viability is concerned, following several years of failed winter crops.
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Some 84 studs covering 19 breeds will line up for Victoria's first ever <i>Stock & Land</i> Spring Beef Week.
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17 Aug 07 Some 84 studs covering 19 breeds will line up for Victoria's first ever Stock & Land Spring Beef Week.
Deputy Prime Minister, Mark Vaile, says Australian agriculture could significantly benefit from the use of genetically modified technology.
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17 Aug 07 Deputy Prime Minister, Mark Vaile, says Australian agriculture could significantly benefit from the use of genetically modified technology.
A gutsy new player in the tight-knit Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area fresh fruit industry promises profits, but is also causing a stir with his citrus marketing model.
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16 Aug 07 A gutsy new player in the tight-knit Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area fresh fruit industry promises profits, but is also causing a stir with his citrus marketing model.
It was Angus week across North West NSW last week and black was once again beautiful as 586 bulls sold to average $5226.
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16 Aug 07 It was Angus week across North West NSW last week and black was once again beautiful as 586 bulls sold to average $5226.
2007 National Rural Woman of the Year Debbie Bain has called for more transparency, more facts, better governance in the bitter wind farm debate following Wind Power's proposal for to erect 200 towers in the Stockyard Hills area.
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16 Aug 07 2007 National Rural Woman of the Year Debbie Bain has called for more transparency, more facts, better governance in the bitter wind farm debate following Wind Power's proposal for to erect 200 towers in the Stockyard Hills area.
With visitors from as far away as Wagga Wagga and even Germany, North Queensland's Prairie Races' reputation has spread far and wide.
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14 Aug 07 With visitors from as far away as Wagga Wagga and even Germany, North Queensland's Prairie Races' reputation has spread far and wide.
The spring selling season in South Australia kicked off yesterday with Elder Murray Bridge's sucker lamb sale, which saw over 7000 lambs yarded.
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14 Aug 07 The spring selling season in South Australia kicked off yesterday with Elder Murray Bridge's sucker lamb sale, which saw over 7000 lambs yarded.
Japanese green tea aficionados have given rare rave reviews to leaves grown on the Central Coast to make the drink, lifting hopes about the future of this brewing industry.
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13 Aug 07 Japanese green tea aficionados have given rare rave reviews to leaves grown on the Central Coast to make the drink, lifting hopes about the future of this brewing industry.
The Charolais breed has again won the title it has almost had a mortgage on for the last 15 years, the Royal Brisbane Show interbreed championship, after a couple of years of missing out.
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10 Aug 07 The Charolais breed has again won the title it has almost had a mortgage on for the last 15 years, the Royal Brisbane Show interbreed championship, after a couple of years of missing out.
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10 Aug 07 Author Victor Hugo said “there is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come,” and the quote seems fitting for the winner of this years’ Sheepvention main prize, at Hamilton, Vic.
08 Aug 07 A confident Sheepvention Merino ram sale, Vic, lifted its average above last year’s, with a top price of $11,000, a sale average of $1,715 for rams and a gross of $640,000.
Prime Minister, John Howard, says he will
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08 Aug 07 Prime Minister, John Howard, says he will "honour to the full" the commitment he made to State premiers in February on the $10 billion Federal takeover of the Murray Darling Basin.
The water-starved irrigation areas around St George and Dirranbandi in southwest Queensland are bracing themselves for a cotton season where there could be no crop planted.
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06 Aug 07 The water-starved irrigation areas around St George and Dirranbandi in southwest Queensland are bracing themselves for a cotton season where there could be no crop planted.
Prime lamb markets have met an inconsistent demand over the past month as producers clear their final drafts of old lambs in readiness for the upcoming young lamb selling season.
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06 Aug 07 Prime lamb markets have met an inconsistent demand over the past month as producers clear their final drafts of old lambs in readiness for the upcoming young lamb selling season.
After yarding more than 5000 head of store cattle in their annual end-of-financial-year, two-day feature sale in June, Euroa agents in north east Victoria experienced a significant decline in quality and numbers at its monthly sale on Friday.
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06 Aug 07 After yarding more than 5000 head of store cattle in their annual end-of-financial-year, two-day feature sale in June, Euroa agents in north east Victoria experienced a significant decline in quality and numbers at its monthly sale on Friday.
The Federal Government has followed through on its threats and will impose licencing conditions on Telstra to ensure it doesn't switch off the current CDMA network before the replacement Next G network is of equivalent or better coverage.
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06 Aug 07 The Federal Government has followed through on its threats and will impose licencing conditions on Telstra to ensure it doesn't switch off the current CDMA network before the replacement Next G network is of equivalent or better coverage.
Topcon Australia has released a new RTK two-watt radio to improve range and reliability.
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03 Aug 07 Topcon Australia has released a new RTK two-watt radio to improve range and reliability.
AWB chairman Brendan Stewart has dismissed claims that A class shareholders will be financially disadvantaged under the company's new plan to establish a subsidiary to handle the national pool.
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03 Aug 07 AWB chairman Brendan Stewart has dismissed claims that A class shareholders will be financially disadvantaged under the company's new plan to establish a subsidiary to handle the national pool.
The Fenech Brahman Cattle Co has made a name for itself by embracing technology to give their cattle the quality edge in the market place, and now they have become the first to successfully clone a Brahman cow.
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02 Aug 07 The Fenech Brahman Cattle Co has made a name for itself by embracing technology to give their cattle the quality edge in the market place, and now they have become the first to successfully clone a Brahman cow.
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