Word spreading on Fastrac

Third Fastrac proves worth for NSW spreader.
Third Fastrac proves worth for NSW spreader.
Australia’s changing fruit juice drinking habits have prompted major beverage processor Lion to re-think its operations in Leeton and Sydney.
2:00 AM Australia’s changing fruit juice drinking habits have prompted major beverage processor Lion to re-think its operations in Leeton and Sydney.
S. Kidman & Co managing director Greg Campbell and a major shareholder Will Abel-Smith have called for common sense in the sale of the giant pastoral company's holdings.
2:00 AM S. Kidman & Co managing director Greg Campbell and a major shareholder Will Abel-Smith have called for common sense in the sale of the giant pastoral company's holdings.
MOVES into garment manufacture by vertically-integrated broker Australian Wool Network (AWN) will open up new markets for WA woolgrowers before the end of this season.
2:00 AM MOVES into garment manufacture by vertically-integrated broker Australian Wool Network (AWN) will open up new markets for WA woolgrowers before the end of this season.
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WA College of Agriculture, Denmark, will
2:00 AM WA College of Agriculture, Denmark, will "leap to the front" of dairy industry training with the launch of its robotic dairy at an open day on Saturday, September 3.
Nests of Asian honeybees, some harbouring Varroa mite, have been discovered in Townsville recently but there is plenty of money being spent in the background to protect and research Australia's pollinated crops.
27 Aug 16 Nests of Asian honeybees, some harbouring Varroa mite, have been discovered in Townsville recently but there is plenty of money being spent in the background to protect and research...
Cuballing farmer Bruce Dixon still calls One Nation Senator Rod Culleton a friend for his efforts in helping to save his business from bank foreclosure.
27 Aug 16 Cuballing farmer Bruce Dixon still calls One Nation Senator Rod Culleton a friend for his efforts in helping to save his business from bank foreclosure.
A BOUTIQUE backyard Gelato maker has claimed a top award at the 2016 Perth Royal Dairy Show.
27 Aug 16 A BOUTIQUE backyard Gelato maker has claimed a top award at the 2016 Perth Royal Dairy Show.
THE question of
27 Aug 16 THE question of "who you feed - closing the gap between farmers and consumers" was the theme of the Farmanco conference last week.
WHILE Australia continues to receive a top report card for its compliance with maximum residue levels (MRL), the unregistered use of glyphosate in barley still remains a hot issue for both growers and exporters.
27 Aug 16 WHILE Australia continues to receive a top report card for its compliance with maximum residue levels (MRL), the unregistered use of glyphosate in barley still remains a hot issue for...
COLLABORATION was the key theme at the Grower Group Alliance (GGA) conference held in Perth last week.
27 Aug 16 COLLABORATION was the key theme at the Grower Group Alliance (GGA) conference held in Perth last week.
​WORLD Food Prize winner Dr Howarth “Howdy” Bouis is on a mission to curtail global hunger through biofortification.
27 Aug 16 ​WORLD Food Prize winner Dr Howarth “Howdy” Bouis is on a mission to curtail global hunger through biofortification.
​THE Coalition government has won Japanese approval to re-open Australia’s live cattle export trade.
26 Aug 16 ​THE Coalition government has won Japanese approval to re-open Australia’s live cattle export trade.
ONE Nation WA Senator Rod Culleton has hit back at his critics in the face of mounting legal challenges and manoeuvres aimed at forcing his exit from federal parliament.
26 Aug 16 ONE Nation WA Senator Rod Culleton has hit back at his critics in the face of mounting legal challenges and manoeuvres aimed at forcing his exit from federal parliament.
POSITIVITY about the beef industry’s future and the continuing need to invest in youth were dominant themes underpinning this year’s Cattle Council of Australia annual Rising Champions gala dinner.
26 Aug 16 POSITIVITY about the beef industry’s future and the continuing need to invest in youth were dominant themes underpinning this year’s Cattle Council of Australia annual Rising Champions...
National vegetable lobby group has joined the Voice of Horticulture, making it an even stronger mouthpiece for issues concerning the horticulture industry.
26 Aug 16 National vegetable lobby group has joined the Voice of Horticulture, making it an even stronger mouthpiece for issues concerning the horticulture industry.
Growers owed money by a failed grain business have been urged to band together to create a strong voice in the liquidation process.
26 Aug 16 Growers owed money by a failed grain business have been urged to band together to create a strong voice in the liquidation process.
Crops in the Victorian Mallee are looking good at present.
26 Aug 16 Crops in the Victorian Mallee are looking good at present.
Much-improved rainfall conditions in most cotton growing areas look set to significantly bolster Namoi Cotton’s ginning and cottonseed business for 2016-17.
26 Aug 16 Much-improved rainfall conditions in most cotton growing areas look set to significantly bolster Namoi Cotton’s ginning and cottonseed business for 2016-17.
CATTLE producers in the Denmark, Walpole, Scott River, Capel and east of Albany areas have seen increased levels of bovine anaemia and theileria in cattle herds.
26 Aug 16 CATTLE producers in the Denmark, Walpole, Scott River, Capel and east of Albany areas have seen increased levels of bovine anaemia and theileria in cattle herds.
THE draft Land Administration Amendment Bill has been scrapped, after the failure of almost a year of negotiations between the Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) and the Lands Department.
26 Aug 16  1 THE draft Land Administration Amendment Bill has been scrapped, after the failure of almost a year of negotiations between the Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) and the Lands...
RESTORED The Nationals WA leader and Pilbara MP Brendon Grylls said his mining tax proposal would provide a new revenue source which could keep the party's $350 million Seizing the Opportunity in Agriculture initiative alive after next year's election.
26 Aug 16 RESTORED The Nationals WA leader and Pilbara MP Brendon Grylls said his mining tax proposal would provide a new revenue source which could keep the party's $350 million Seizing the...
YUNA Farm Improvement Group (YFIG) was awarded the Grower Group Alliance (GGA) Excellence Award at this year's GGA conference in Perth last week.
26 Aug 16 YUNA Farm Improvement Group (YFIG) was awarded the Grower Group Alliance (GGA) Excellence Award at this year's GGA conference in Perth last week.
A British code of conduct model could be the basis for much more productive Australian dairy industry.
26 Aug 16 A British code of conduct model could be the basis for much more productive Australian dairy industry.
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It was a disappointing saga that Terry Redman could have solved but he did not want to.
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Why do they forget the small producers they are the backbone of the industry. What. Did this
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Good these guys will be able to help the farmers they are treating like second class peasants.
THE draft Land Administration Amendment Bill has been scrapped, after the failure of almost a year of negotiations between the Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) and the Lands Department.
26 Aug 16  1 THE draft Land Administration Amendment Bill has been scrapped, after the failure of almost a year of negotiations...
ADAPTABILITY appears to be the difference between WA's top 25 per cent of broadacre farmers and the rest.25 Aug 16 ADAPTABILITY appears to be the difference between WA's top 25 per cent of broadacre farmers and the rest.