Morris section control demonstrations on now across Wheatbelt

WESTERN Australian grain growers have an opportunity this seeding season to get a first-hand look at the latest seeding technology that is saving thousands of dollars in input costs by eliminating overlap.
WESTERN Australian grain growers have an opportunity this seeding season to get a first-hand look at the latest seeding technology that is saving thousands of dollars in input costs by eliminating overlap.
GOOD seasonal conditions have boosted Ruralco Holdings Ltd profit to record level for the half year to March 31.
4:00 AM GOOD seasonal conditions have boosted Ruralco Holdings Ltd profit to record level for the half year to March 31.
CANOLA growers have been warned of a narrowing planting window, following a variable start to the growing season.
4:00 AM CANOLA growers have been warned of a narrowing planting window, following a variable start to the growing season.
AFTER an early April start to seeding, the crop is all in the ground at Darren Kilminster’s Bruce Rock property.
4:00 AM AFTER an early April start to seeding, the crop is all in the ground at Darren Kilminster’s Bruce Rock property.
WITH less than a quarter of his seeding program left to go rain was a welcome sight on Bruce Rock farmer Leigh Strange’s property last weekend.
4:00 AM WITH less than a quarter of his seeding program left to go rain was a welcome sight on Bruce Rock farmer Leigh Strange’s property last weekend.
THE 4110 hectare seeding program at the Ned’s Corner property at Munglinup wrapped up at the end of last week.
4:00 AM THE 4110 hectare seeding program at the Ned’s Corner property at Munglinup wrapped up at the end of last week.
QUALITY farm offerings and strong red meat prices are keeping Western Australia’s farm prices strong, but depressed grain prices are keeping values in check in the eastern Wheatbelt, according to Rural Bank’s latest Australian Farmland Values report.
4:00 AM QUALITY farm offerings and strong red meat prices are keeping Western Australia’s farm prices strong, but depressed grain prices are keeping values in check in the eastern Wheatbelt,...
THE Australian grains industry will have to factor in different attitudes towards genetically modified (GM) food crops in different export destinations, according to an expert in value adding in food supply chains.
24 May 17 THE Australian grains industry will have to factor in different attitudes towards genetically modified (GM) food crops in different export destinations, according to an expert in value...
LONG-term research shows grazing grain crops with livestock can improve whole farm profits for Western Australian grain growers – as long as they implement certain management measures.
24 May 17 LONG-term research shows grazing grain crops with livestock can improve whole farm profits for Western Australian grain growers – as long as they implement certain management measures.
Australia’s efforts to export more meat to Britain when the UK exits the European Union are coinciding with free trade talks due to start between Australia and the EU in coming months.
24 May 17 Australia’s efforts to export more meat to Britain when the UK exits the European Union are coinciding with free trade talks due to start between Australia and the EU in coming months.
FORMER WA Senator and anti-farm-debt-banking crusader Rod Culleton is being pursued for about $700,000 by the Commonwealth government over debts related to his six months service in federal parliament.
24 May 17 FORMER WA Senator and anti-farm-debt-banking crusader Rod Culleton is being pursued for about $700,000 by the Commonwealth government over debts related to his six months service in...
OLD battlelines are being re-drawn by feisty and familiar foes over a new push to try and force federal regulations onto the Australian grains industry.
24 May 17 OLD battlelines are being re-drawn by feisty and familiar foes over a new push to try and force federal regulations onto the Australian grains industry.
WESTERN Australia’s wool clip has been selected to trial the commercial viability of using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to track wool bales.
23 May 17 WESTERN Australia’s wool clip has been selected to trial the commercial viability of using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to track wool bales.
Sheep - Wool
A SMALL but select yarding is a commonly quoted description of sales with light numbers, and the combined agents sale at Manjimup last week certainly fitted the description “small” when just 61 cattle were penned between the three agents.
23 May 17 A SMALL but select yarding is a commonly quoted description of sales with light numbers, and the combined agents sale at Manjimup last week certainly fitted the description “small” when...
STONE Axe Pastoral Company has moved a step closer to building its vertically-integrated full-blood Wagyu enterprise at its Cheviot Hills property, north Kojonup.
23 May 17 STONE Axe Pastoral Company has moved a step closer to building its vertically-integrated full-blood Wagyu enterprise at its Cheviot Hills property, north Kojonup.
FROM all-time highs, to all-time lows, cattle numbers drastically decreased last week at Muchea Livestock Centre by more than 1500 head from two weeks ago.
22 May 17 FROM all-time highs, to all-time lows, cattle numbers drastically decreased last week at Muchea Livestock Centre by more than 1500 head from two weeks ago.
RURAL blackspot safety fears has forced Comet Solutions co-founder Andrew Mangano into action.
22 May 17 RURAL blackspot safety fears has forced Comet Solutions co-founder Andrew Mangano into action.
WUBIN farmer Garry Cail knows a bit about tracked tractors, having cut his teeth on a Case IH Quadtrac in the mid-1990s.
22 May 17 WUBIN farmer Garry Cail knows a bit about tracked tractors, having cut his teeth on a Case IH Quadtrac in the mid-1990s.
THE most over-used and necessary word to describe machinery is obviously reliability.
22 May 17 THE most over-used and necessary word to describe machinery is obviously reliability.
THE buoyant state of the livestock market was reflected in the large turnout to a Better Pastures Workshop held in Albany last week.
22 May 17 THE buoyant state of the livestock market was reflected in the large turnout to a Better Pastures Workshop held in Albany last week.
KEY research findings by the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) have found that subterranean clover remains the best companion legume for kikuyu.
22 May 17 KEY research findings by the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) have found that subterranean clover remains the best companion legume for kikuyu.
THE State’s leading agricultural lobby groups have called the 2017-18 Federal Budget “modest” for the WA agricultural sector.
21 May 17 THE State’s leading agricultural lobby groups have called the 2017-18 Federal Budget “modest” for the WA agricultural sector.
THE Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association (KPCA) has cautiously welcomed mandatory standards to the Animal Welfare Act 2002.
21 May 17 THE Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association (KPCA) has cautiously welcomed mandatory standards to the Animal Welfare Act 2002.
YEAR 12 students at the Western Australian College of Agriculture, Cunderdin, were enlightened last week on what happens to the college’s wool clip after it goes out the gate.
21 May 17 YEAR 12 students at the Western Australian College of Agriculture, Cunderdin, were enlightened last week on what happens to the college’s wool clip after it goes out the gate.
Sheep - Wool
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$2.5 million over four years will only be soaked up by wages, redtape and protocols.
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And as per report of 2016, India stood at no. top in beef export with export value of 3680
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The customer is always right? And the customer (particularly for WA) doesnt want GM product, If
GOOD seasonal conditions have boosted Ruralco Holdings Ltd profit to record level for the half year to March 31.4:00 AM GOOD seasonal conditions have boosted Ruralco Holdings Ltd profit to record level for the half year to March 31.
QUALITY farm offerings and strong red meat prices are keeping Western Australia’s farm prices strong, but depressed grain prices are keeping values in check in the eastern Wheatbelt, according to Rural Bank’s latest Australian Farmland Values report.4:00 AM QUALITY farm offerings and strong red meat prices are keeping Western Australia’s farm prices strong, but depressed...