Central Queensland graziers are treading carefully towards the end of the year with hope of a solid wet season to bolster winter moisture levels.
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03 Oct 06 Central Queensland graziers are treading carefully towards the end of the year with hope of a solid wet season to bolster winter moisture levels.
National Farmers' Federation president, David Crombie, has welcomed today's announcement that the Federal Government will adopt 35 of the 55 recommendations from the Corish Report blueprint for agricultural prosperity. But the hard work now begins to ensure the Government funds the remainder in next year's budget.
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03 Oct 06 National Farmers' Federation president, David Crombie, has welcomed today's announcement that the Federal Government will adopt 35 of the 55 recommendations from the Corish Report blueprint for agricultural prosperity. But the hard work now begins to ensure the Government funds the remainder in next year's budget.
The Federal Government has today accepted most of the recommedations from the Creating Our Future report, which set out a blueprint to keep agriculture profitable in the year's ahead.
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03 Oct 06 The Federal Government has today accepted most of the recommedations from the Creating Our Future report, which set out a blueprint to keep agriculture profitable in the year's ahead.
The red hot market continued on day two of Brahman Week today, topping at $90,000 for a grey bull.
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03 Oct 06 The red hot market continued on day two of Brahman Week today, topping at $90,000 for a grey bull.
The Federal Government has reached agreement with Egypt on animal welfare proceedures at slaughter, paving the way for the resumption of live cattle exports in coming weeks.
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03 Oct 06 The Federal Government has reached agreement with Egypt on animal welfare proceedures at slaughter, paving the way for the resumption of live cattle exports in coming weeks.
Former National Farmers' Federation president, Graham Blight, is fighting prosecution under NSW's hardline workplace health and safety laws.
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02 Oct 06 Former National Farmers' Federation president, Graham Blight, is fighting prosecution under NSW's hardline workplace health and safety laws.
Despite farmer protests that the native vegetation laws in NSW are doing more harm than good, the NSW Greens are arguing the State Government's policy on clearing is still too weak.
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29 Sep 06 Despite farmer protests that the native vegetation laws in NSW are doing more harm than good, the NSW Greens are arguing the State Government's policy on clearing is still too weak.
Wool leaders are warning that a vote for a 1pc wool levy will spell the end of the Australian Wool Innovation, the industry's research and marketing company.
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28 Sep 06 Wool leaders are warning that a vote for a 1pc wool levy will spell the end of the Australian Wool Innovation, the industry's research and marketing company.
Victorian and National winner of the 2006 Mike Nixon Award for young agents, David Hill, could never be accused of missing his opportunities, already on his way to building a stock agency empire..
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28 Sep 06 Victorian and National winner of the 2006 Mike Nixon Award for young agents, David Hill, could never be accused of missing his opportunities, already on his way to building a stock agency empire..
As the big dry intensifies across Australia , there’s renewed interest in no-till techniques aimed at establishing seedbeds whilst minimising soil disturbance.
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26 Sep 06 As the big dry intensifies across Australia , there’s renewed interest in no-till techniques aimed at establishing seedbeds whilst minimising soil disturbance.
The Deputy Prime Minister, Mark Vaile, has quit the Trade portfolio to better prepare his party for the next federal election.
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25 Sep 06 The Deputy Prime Minister, Mark Vaile, has quit the Trade portfolio to better prepare his party for the next federal election.
The pressure is on for the Government to commit to building an inland rail route between Melbourne and Brisbane after a forum in transport hub, Parkes, today.
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25 Sep 06 The pressure is on for the Government to commit to building an inland rail route between Melbourne and Brisbane after a forum in transport hub, Parkes, today.
The buzzword in the beef industry is Droughtmasters after a record breaking National Sale in Rockhampton, which topped at $65,000 twice and averaged more than $7000.
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22 Sep 06 The buzzword in the beef industry is Droughtmasters after a record breaking National Sale in Rockhampton, which topped at $65,000 twice and averaged more than $7000.
The future of the wool industry is being decided at kitchen tables and office desks around the country this week.
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21 Sep 06 The future of the wool industry is being decided at kitchen tables and office desks around the country this week.
While nothing can ever completely protect a grain grower's income in a poor season, initiatives such as the use of wheat swaps can help protect growers' income, while zero-til technology can deliver a crop despite low rainfall.
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18 Sep 06 While nothing can ever completely protect a grain grower's income in a poor season, initiatives such as the use of wheat swaps can help protect growers' income, while zero-til technology can deliver a crop despite low rainfall.
High growth rate rams are paying dividends in both the paddock and the boning room, by delivering lambs that reach their prime weight faster and with more meat on the high-value cuts.
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15 Sep 06 High growth rate rams are paying dividends in both the paddock and the boning room, by delivering lambs that reach their prime weight faster and with more meat on the high-value cuts.
Nationals Senator, Ron Boswell, says a mandatory code now looks certain to proceed after yesterday's meeting with horticulture representatives failed to garner support for a voluntary system. But Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane wants more talks.
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15 Sep 06 Nationals Senator, Ron Boswell, says a mandatory code now looks certain to proceed after yesterday's meeting with horticulture representatives failed to garner support for a voluntary system. But Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane wants more talks.
Wheat has been earmarked as a key research area by GRDC, with drought tolerant varieties a high priority.
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15 Sep 06 Wheat has been earmarked as a key research area by GRDC, with drought tolerant varieties a high priority.
New US Ambassador Robert McCallum has dismissed claims that US thrusts into Iraqi wheat markets after the oil-for-food scandal surfaced were opportunistic or anticompetitive.
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14 Sep 06 New US Ambassador Robert McCallum has dismissed claims that US thrusts into Iraqi wheat markets after the oil-for-food scandal surfaced were opportunistic or anticompetitive.
This week the much anticipated Test Marketing Project was launched in the United States, a multi-million dollar bid to get Merino wool back at retail in the toughest market of all.
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14 Sep 06 This week the much anticipated Test Marketing Project was launched in the United States, a multi-million dollar bid to get Merino wool back at retail in the toughest market of all.
Local councils have embarked on a program of intense lobbying to force the Federal Government to build an inland railway from Melbourne to Brisbane as soon as possible, prompting fears the process may become politicised.
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13 Sep 06 Local councils have embarked on a program of intense lobbying to force the Federal Government to build an inland railway from Melbourne to Brisbane as soon as possible, prompting fears the process may become politicised.
Lamborghini is the latest tractor supplier to meet popular farm demand for ‘no-frills’ tractors with its two new S Cross series models.
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12 Sep 06 Lamborghini is the latest tractor supplier to meet popular farm demand for ‘no-frills’ tractors with its two new S Cross series models.
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