Higher prices for wools declared free of contaminants are definitely on the way, according to Elders, which is convinced the Dark and Medullated Risk scheme will reward growers willing to declare their wool free of contaminants.
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12 Apr 07 Higher prices for wools declared free of contaminants are definitely on the way, according to Elders, which is convinced the Dark and Medullated Risk scheme will reward growers willing to declare their wool free of contaminants.
It's not every day you see motor bikes tearing up the turf of a main ring arena or SS Commodores doing circle work in front of thousands, but that's been a daily offering at this year's Sydney Royal.
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12 Apr 07 It's not every day you see motor bikes tearing up the turf of a main ring arena or SS Commodores doing circle work in front of thousands, but that's been a daily offering at this year's Sydney Royal.
Claims by Growcom that agriculture has been left out of the draft terms of reference for the Far North Queensland regional plan have been rejected by both the State Government and local mayors.
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11 Apr 07 Claims by Growcom that agriculture has been left out of the draft terms of reference for the Far North Queensland regional plan have been rejected by both the State Government and local mayors.
It is imperative that arrangements are made for the marketing of this year's wheat crop above everything else when Cabinet meets.
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11 Apr 07 It is imperative that arrangements are made for the marketing of this year's wheat crop above everything else when Cabinet meets.
It seems a ute is no longer just a ute, it has to be a 'U Beaut Ute', with more than 100 creations turning out at the Sydney Royal Show's ute muster competition.
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10 Apr 07 It seems a ute is no longer just a ute, it has to be a 'U Beaut Ute', with more than 100 creations turning out at the Sydney Royal Show's ute muster competition.
Southern Queensland broadacre farmers are gambling on pre-planting fertiliser applications after March rains failed to top up their moisture profiles.
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09 Apr 07 Southern Queensland broadacre farmers are gambling on pre-planting fertiliser applications after March rains failed to top up their moisture profiles.
A new push by Chinese processing mills to monitor individual wool bales for contamination is good for transparency within the Australian industry, according to WoolProducers Australia president, Robert Pietsch.
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05 Apr 07 A new push by Chinese processing mills to monitor individual wool bales for contamination is good for transparency within the Australian industry, according to WoolProducers Australia president, Robert Pietsch.
Federal Minister for Agriculture, Peter McGauran, said he still needs expert and scientific advice on whether soil could be used as a carbon sink and be part of an emissions trading scheme.
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05 Apr 07 Federal Minister for Agriculture, Peter McGauran, said he still needs expert and scientific advice on whether soil could be used as a carbon sink and be part of an emissions trading scheme.
Flexibility, productivity, cost efficiency and machine reliability rank very highly when you're a contractor, which is why New Norcia contractor Simon Witham is excited by the new K-type Bredal spreader.
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05 Apr 07 Flexibility, productivity, cost efficiency and machine reliability rank very highly when you're a contractor, which is why New Norcia contractor Simon Witham is excited by the new K-type Bredal spreader.
The famous St Lawrence store cattle sale in Central Queensland draws quality cattle - and it's also a community get together, which swells the village's population for its biggest day of the year.
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04 Apr 07 The famous St Lawrence store cattle sale in Central Queensland draws quality cattle - and it's also a community get together, which swells the village's population for its biggest day of the year.
Negotiations are continuing between the Queensland Liberals and Nationals for a joint Senate ticket ahead of this year's Federal election, despite some Nationals members describing the Liberals initial offer as
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04 Apr 07 Negotiations are continuing between the Queensland Liberals and Nationals for a joint Senate ticket ahead of this year's Federal election, despite some Nationals members describing the Liberals initial offer as "insulting".
Slammin' Sam Kekovich proved a big hit at last week's WAFarmers conference dinner, amusing the audience with his witty anecdotes and getting a plug in for Aussie lamb at every opportunity.
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03 Apr 07 Slammin' Sam Kekovich proved a big hit at last week's WAFarmers conference dinner, amusing the audience with his witty anecdotes and getting a plug in for Aussie lamb at every opportunity.
China is the latest country to throw down the tractor sales gauntlet as its attractively-priced products begin to win over Australian farmers, with its latest offering a new-look unit from YTO International.
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03 Apr 07 China is the latest country to throw down the tractor sales gauntlet as its attractively-priced products begin to win over Australian farmers, with its latest offering a new-look unit from YTO International.
The bush tradition of Bachelor and Spinster balls may have died off in many country towns, but in the western NSW town of Burren Junction the party just keeps getting better.
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02 Apr 07 The bush tradition of Bachelor and Spinster balls may have died off in many country towns, but in the western NSW town of Burren Junction the party just keeps getting better.
The record hot weather experienced during March in Western Australia has damaged fruit throughout the state, with up to 20pc of apple crops affected.
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02 Apr 07 The record hot weather experienced during March in Western Australia has damaged fruit throughout the state, with up to 20pc of apple crops affected.
Indepedent MP for the Central NSW seat of Calare, Peter Andren, will resign his position when this year's Federal election is called and have a stab at a spot in the Senate.
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30 Mar 07 Indepedent MP for the Central NSW seat of Calare, Peter Andren, will resign his position when this year's Federal election is called and have a stab at a spot in the Senate.
The future of wool trading with China is being negotiated this week, with the Australian wool industry and the Chinese processing sector trying to solve issues that have dogged the trade for years.
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29 Mar 07 The future of wool trading with China is being negotiated this week, with the Australian wool industry and the Chinese processing sector trying to solve issues that have dogged the trade for years.
WAFarmers moves a motion of no confidence in the Grains Council on Wednesday.
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29 Mar 07 WAFarmers moves a motion of no confidence in the Grains Council on Wednesday.
The national wheat growers poll conducted by the Independent Member for New England, Tony Windsor, has returned an 82pc response in support of a single desk.
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29 Mar 07 The national wheat growers poll conducted by the Independent Member for New England, Tony Windsor, has returned an 82pc response in support of a single desk.
Rather than worrying about when the planting rains will arrive, Central Queensland wheat grower, Greg Larsen, is more concerned about how this year's crop will be marketed.
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28 Mar 07 Rather than worrying about when the planting rains will arrive, Central Queensland wheat grower, Greg Larsen, is more concerned about how this year's crop will be marketed.
Western Australia's Agriculture Minister Kim Chance has admitted the State Government is under more pressure to lift its moratorium on Genetically Modified crops than it has been in the past.
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28 Mar 07 Western Australia's Agriculture Minister Kim Chance has admitted the State Government is under more pressure to lift its moratorium on Genetically Modified crops than it has been in the past.
A move towards self-sufficiency for both feed and cattle supplies has ensured one Central Queensland feedlot has weathered the big dry and come out in front.
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27 Mar 07 A move towards self-sufficiency for both feed and cattle supplies has ensured one Central Queensland feedlot has weathered the big dry and come out in front.
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