The stud cattle industry is buzzing with the news that a new all-breeds Australian record for a bull sale has been recorded at the annual Tartrus and Lancefield Brahman sale today, where prices hit a whopping $300,000.
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30 Oct 06 The stud cattle industry is buzzing with the news that a new all-breeds Australian record for a bull sale has been recorded at the annual Tartrus and Lancefield Brahman sale today, where prices hit a whopping $300,000.
Despite its instability, the Middle East holds huge potential for Australian agricultural exports, with the live cattle and sheep trade paving the way for others to follow.
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27 Oct 06 Despite its instability, the Middle East holds huge potential for Australian agricultural exports, with the live cattle and sheep trade paving the way for others to follow.
This week's changes to the NSW native vegetation laws don't go far enough to address the problem of woody weeds in Western NSW, according to outspoken Member for Murray Darling, Peter Black.
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27 Oct 06 This week's changes to the NSW native vegetation laws don't go far enough to address the problem of woody weeds in Western NSW, according to outspoken Member for Murray Darling, Peter Black.
In unveiling the Federal Government's latest drought package, Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran has launched a stinging attack on academics for conducting a
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25 Oct 06 In unveiling the Federal Government's latest drought package, Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran has launched a stinging attack on academics for conducting a "phoney debate" on farm viability.
The destruction of smut-affected sugarcane at Childers, Queensland, has begun, wiping out the entire crops of some farmers.
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25 Oct 06 The destruction of smut-affected sugarcane at Childers, Queensland, has begun, wiping out the entire crops of some farmers.
ABB Grains has opened the biggest malting facility in the southern hemisphere and claims it is ready to move into wheat exports if the wheat single desk is scrapped.
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25 Oct 06 ABB Grains has opened the biggest malting facility in the southern hemisphere and claims it is ready to move into wheat exports if the wheat single desk is scrapped.
CBH's provocative offer of wheat prices $20/t higher than AWB has split the Federal Coalition on how the situation should be managed by the keepers' of the single desk.
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25 Oct 06 CBH's provocative offer of wheat prices $20/t higher than AWB has split the Federal Coalition on how the situation should be managed by the keepers' of the single desk.
Acting Prime Minister, Mark Vaile, today announced a $560 million boost to drought assistance, extending exceptional circumstances support until 2008 to a further 44 farm regions.
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24 Oct 06 Acting Prime Minister, Mark Vaile, today announced a $560 million boost to drought assistance, extending exceptional circumstances support until 2008 to a further 44 farm regions.
The National Farmers' Federation has welcomed the Federal Government's extension of Exceptional Circumstances provisions as a
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24 Oct 06 The National Farmers' Federation has welcomed the Federal Government's extension of Exceptional Circumstances provisions as a "measured and timely response to a disaster on a national scale".
The Queensland branch of the Country Women's Association has held its annual state conference in Townsville where, between scones and handiwork displays, delegates sent a clear message to the Government to improve maternity services.
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23 Oct 06 The Queensland branch of the Country Women's Association has held its annual state conference in Townsville where, between scones and handiwork displays, delegates sent a clear message to the Government to improve maternity services.
The glut of used combine harvesters in Western Australia is biting hard on machinery dealers.
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20 Oct 06 The glut of used combine harvesters in Western Australia is biting hard on machinery dealers.
This week's Australian National Field Days in Orange featured more than 60 new products, but it was a special taste of India that grabbed attention.
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20 Oct 06 This week's Australian National Field Days in Orange featured more than 60 new products, but it was a special taste of India that grabbed attention.
AWI board aspirant, Chick Olsson, says the 2010 deadline to end mulesing must be lifted as an alternative treatment will not be avalable by that time, putting the entire industry at risk.
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19 Oct 06 AWI board aspirant, Chick Olsson, says the 2010 deadline to end mulesing must be lifted as an alternative treatment will not be avalable by that time, putting the entire industry at risk.
Two of the more outspoken members of the Coalition have butted heads over the issue of the single desk, with Liberal MP Wilson Tuckey calling Nationals Senator a
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18 Oct 06 Two of the more outspoken members of the Coalition have butted heads over the issue of the single desk, with Liberal MP Wilson Tuckey calling Nationals Senator a "drongo" for supporting AWB's anti-grower practices.
North American cattle groups have praised Australia's National Livestock Identification System, saying they will follow suit to meet market demands.
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18 Oct 06 North American cattle groups have praised Australia's National Livestock Identification System, saying they will follow suit to meet market demands.
Australia's position on quarantine and trade has been branded
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18 Oct 06 Australia's position on quarantine and trade has been branded "hypocritical" by visiting North American cattlemen who believe our position on BSE ignores globally accepted science.
The stud stock selling season has hit north Queensland, with both Brahman and Droughtmaster bulls going under the hammer at red-hot sales in recent days.
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17 Oct 06 The stud stock selling season has hit north Queensland, with both Brahman and Droughtmaster bulls going under the hammer at red-hot sales in recent days.
The first of what is expected to be a number of policy changes to drought aid has been announced by the Federal Government, with $350m to go to a revamped exceptional circumstances program.
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16 Oct 06 The first of what is expected to be a number of policy changes to drought aid has been announced by the Federal Government, with $350m to go to a revamped exceptional circumstances program.
Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran says the fact that farmers have endured five years of drought is a testament to their skill and efficiency, and given a change in season they would be highly profitable.
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16 Oct 06 Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran says the fact that farmers have endured five years of drought is a testament to their skill and efficiency, and given a change in season they would be highly profitable.
With Australian farm safety sitting uncomfortably in the limelight due to stubbornly high accident levels, the need for a better-trained workforce has never been higher.
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16 Oct 06 With Australian farm safety sitting uncomfortably in the limelight due to stubbornly high accident levels, the need for a better-trained workforce has never been higher.
The Nationals will push for a special $750m package to boost drought assistance, making it easier to obtain exceptional circumstances money and keep it for longer, and for small businesses and rural communities to receive aid as well.
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14 Oct 06 The Nationals will push for a special $750m package to boost drought assistance, making it easier to obtain exceptional circumstances money and keep it for longer, and for small businesses and rural communities to receive aid as well.
There are fears of a spate of farmer suicides due to the pressures of drought and the financial strain of another failed crop, prompting a $23m funding injection from the Federal Government in community based services.
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13 Oct 06 There are fears of a spate of farmer suicides due to the pressures of drought and the financial strain of another failed crop, prompting a $23m funding injection from the Federal Government in community based services.
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