With the Perth Royal Show just a week away, organisers are already on the front foot promoting this year's event.
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11 Sep 06 With the Perth Royal Show just a week away, organisers are already on the front foot promoting this year's event.
With Brazil setting the benchmark for the uptake of ethanol, there's now a big push to develop its bio-diesel, according to a visiting delegation to the Toowoomba Ag Show event.
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11 Sep 06 With Brazil setting the benchmark for the uptake of ethanol, there's now a big push to develop its bio-diesel, according to a visiting delegation to the Toowoomba Ag Show event.
Australia's top chefs huddled amoung the hazelnut and oak trees in Manjimup in WA recently, in search of one of their favourite - and most expensive - ingredients.
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08 Sep 06 Australia's top chefs huddled amoung the hazelnut and oak trees in Manjimup in WA recently, in search of one of their favourite - and most expensive - ingredients.
After a disappointing harvest last year, mango orchards in North Queensland have set a promising bloom, raising hopes for a bumper crop.
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08 Sep 06 After a disappointing harvest last year, mango orchards in North Queensland have set a promising bloom, raising hopes for a bumper crop.
Landcare Australia has received a major funding boost after entering a partnership with Elders, which will deliver $2.5 million to the program over the next five years.
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07 Sep 06 Landcare Australia has received a major funding boost after entering a partnership with Elders, which will deliver $2.5 million to the program over the next five years.
A 15-month Ernst & Young investigation has found an inland rail route through Western NSW will provide the cheapest and fastest option when linking Melbourne with Brisbane.
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07 Sep 06 A 15-month Ernst & Young investigation has found an inland rail route through Western NSW will provide the cheapest and fastest option when linking Melbourne with Brisbane.
Citing record low rainfall and river inflow figures in southern Australia, the Greens are demanding urgent action to control climate change. But they are refusing the scientific community's calls for GM crops to be part of the solution.
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05 Sep 06 Citing record low rainfall and river inflow figures in southern Australia, the Greens are demanding urgent action to control climate change. But they are refusing the scientific community's calls for GM crops to be part of the solution.
It's a tale of two seasons, with most of southern Australia ravaged by drought, but in Far North Queensland the cane harvest has been delayed to flooding rains.
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05 Sep 06 It's a tale of two seasons, with most of southern Australia ravaged by drought, but in Far North Queensland the cane harvest has been delayed to flooding rains.
The Dowerin GWN Machinery Field Days will next year move to a shorter two-day format, despite attracting thousands of supporters to the event last week.
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04 Sep 06 The Dowerin GWN Machinery Field Days will next year move to a shorter two-day format, despite attracting thousands of supporters to the event last week.
A Victorian entry took out the Australian Supreme Merino prize at this week's Rabobank National Merino Sheep Show and Ram Sale. The enormous ram, aptly named Dozer, was from John and Rhonda Crawford's Rock-Bank stud at Victoria Valley.
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01 Sep 06 A Victorian entry took out the Australian Supreme Merino prize at this week's Rabobank National Merino Sheep Show and Ram Sale. The enormous ram, aptly named Dozer, was from John and Rhonda Crawford's Rock-Bank stud at Victoria Valley.
Despite estimated returns to the wool industry of $417m from $162m in grower levies, Australian Wool Innovation believes the best gains are yet to come.
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01 Sep 06 Despite estimated returns to the wool industry of $417m from $162m in grower levies, Australian Wool Innovation believes the best gains are yet to come.
Adding salt to Meat and Livestock Australia's wounds over the <i>FarmOnline</i> poll rort scandal has been the general apathy from the public towards the re-run of the question.
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31 Aug 06 Adding salt to Meat and Livestock Australia's wounds over the FarmOnline poll rort scandal has been the general apathy from the public towards the re-run of the question.
Federal Treasurer Peter Costello made all the right noises about kick-starting Australia’s bio-fuels industry when he flew into the tiny town of Millmerran late last week.
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29 Aug 06 Federal Treasurer Peter Costello made all the right noises about kick-starting Australia’s bio-fuels industry when he flew into the tiny town of Millmerran late last week.
The first steps towards breaking down France's notorious protections for its agricultural industries has been taken today in the NSW Central West.
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29 Aug 06 The first steps towards breaking down France's notorious protections for its agricultural industries has been taken today in the NSW Central West.
Perth city stopped and stared in amazement last week as the Dowerin Field Days committee brought the bush to town.
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28 Aug 06 Perth city stopped and stared in amazement last week as the Dowerin Field Days committee brought the bush to town.
Scientist Wayne Meyer says use of GM plants must become part of our strategy to offset Australia's tightening water shortage.
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26 Aug 06 Scientist Wayne Meyer says use of GM plants must become part of our strategy to offset Australia's tightening water shortage.
Labor has unveiled its regional development policy which is centred on giving Area Consultative Committees greater powers in coming up with local solutions to national problems.
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23 Aug 06 Labor has unveiled its regional development policy which is centred on giving Area Consultative Committees greater powers in coming up with local solutions to national problems.
Controversy surrounding the National Livestock Identification System has intensified after a poll conducted by <i>FarmOnline</i> was breached by computer hackers inside MLA. Managing director David Palmer has apologised to Rural Press and levy payers for the embarrassing incident which has harmed the company's reputation.
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23 Aug 06 Controversy surrounding the National Livestock Identification System has intensified after a poll conducted by FarmOnline was breached by computer hackers inside MLA. Managing director David Palmer has apologised to Rural Press and levy payers for the embarrassing incident which has harmed the company's reputation.
Queensland irrigators are adapting to the dry by switching away from flood irrigation to direct applications, saving water and bolstering yields.
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23 Aug 06 Queensland irrigators are adapting to the dry by switching away from flood irrigation to direct applications, saving water and bolstering yields.
Lamb turnoff was expected to grow by 8pc this, but the revised estimate for shows a 4pc fall in lambs marked in 2006.
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23 Aug 06 Lamb turnoff was expected to grow by 8pc this, but the revised estimate for shows a 4pc fall in lambs marked in 2006.
Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile has hit out at the ethanol industry's calls for a mandate, saying it is time the ethanol producers started marketing their product.
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18 Aug 06 Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile has hit out at the ethanol industry's calls for a mandate, saying it is time the ethanol producers started marketing their product.
With the wine glut expected to last up to five years, grape growers and vignerons are looking for innovative solutions.
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18 Aug 06 With the wine glut expected to last up to five years, grape growers and vignerons are looking for innovative solutions.
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