Working to cut trade non tariff measures

Australian exporters are pushing to limit the impact of non-tariff measures on trade.
Australian exporters are pushing to limit the impact of non-tariff measures on trade.
The Federal Government has won praise from grain grower groups regarding its responses to the senate inquiry into agricultural research, development and extension.
23 May 16  2 The Federal Government has won praise from grain grower groups regarding its responses to the senate inquiry into agricultural research, development and extension.
The University of Adelaide will reinvest end point royalties (EPRs) from its barley varieties back into its pre-breeding research once its barley breeding program is wound up.
23 May 16 The University of Adelaide will reinvest end point royalties (EPRs) from its barley varieties back into its pre-breeding research once its barley breeding program is wound up.
All the grain industry news from at home and abroad.
23 May 16 All the grain industry news from at home and abroad.
There has been a 19pc increase in soybean values since the start of March, which, in turn, has dragged other grain prices up.
19 May 16 There has been a 19pc increase in soybean values since the start of March, which, in turn, has dragged other grain prices up.
GrainCorp managing director Mark Palmquist believes his company's business mix is right, despite disappointing half year results for three business units.
14 May 16 GrainCorp managing director Mark Palmquist believes his company's business mix is right, despite disappointing half year results for three business units.
GrainCorp remains upbeat on the Australian Grain Champions proposal to corporatise CBH, which will involve GrainCorp capital.
14 May 16  4 GrainCorp remains upbeat on the Australian Grain Champions proposal to corporatise CBH, which will involve GrainCorp capital.
WHEAT is being sown at the Browne's property east of Nyabing in one of the best starts Warrick Brown (left), pictured with worker Jack Bartlett, can remember.
14 May 16 WHEAT is being sown at the Browne's property east of Nyabing in one of the best starts Warrick Brown (left), pictured with worker Jack Bartlett, can remember.
THE Merredin area has seen some heavy rains since the start of the year, with local farmer Mick Caughey, pictured with daughter Eliza, son Digby and dog Rosie, receiving more than 180 millimetres since January.
13 May 16 THE Merredin area has seen some heavy rains since the start of the year, with local farmer Mick Caughey, pictured with daughter Eliza, son Digby and dog Rosie, receiving more than 180...
WA needs to shift its focus to pulses to supply a growing world demand and take advantage of good prices in a flat cereals market, warns University of WA's Institute of Agriculture director Kadambot Siddique.
13 May 16 WA needs to shift its focus to pulses to supply a growing world demand and take advantage of good prices in a flat cereals market, warns University of WA's Institute of Agriculture...
WHILE ongoing rains have set up much of the Wheatbelt, the northern Geraldton zone continues to be dry.
12 May 16 WHILE ongoing rains have set up much of the Wheatbelt, the northern Geraldton zone continues to be dry.
THERE is no dust to kick at Tom Pollard's Borden property where 190 millimetres has fallen this year and the canola is up and going.
11 May 16 THERE is no dust to kick at Tom Pollard's Borden property where 190 millimetres has fallen this year and the canola is up and going.
Low milk prices will lower demand from the dairy industry for feed grain.
06 May 16 Low milk prices will lower demand from the dairy industry for feed grain.
Grain sales in Australia have slowed to a walk with farmers unwilling to sell grain at current values.
06 May 16  5 Grain sales in Australia have slowed to a walk with farmers unwilling to sell grain at current values.
FARMING industry groups remain confident the WA Government will repeal the Genetically Modified (GM) Crops Free Areas Act despite the end of financial year promised timeline looming.
06 May 16  2 FARMING industry groups remain confident the WA Government will repeal the Genetically Modified (GM) Crops Free Areas Act despite the end of financial year promised timeline looming.
There have been opening rains for the cropping season in some parts of southern and eastern Australia in the past week and more is forecast for this weekend.
05 May 16 There have been opening rains for the cropping season in some parts of southern and eastern Australia in the past week and more is forecast for this weekend.
A REGENERATING legume pasture system is reducing costs and labour requirements in a cropping and sheep operation in Brookton.
05 May 16 A REGENERATING legume pasture system is reducing costs and labour requirements in a cropping and sheep operation in Brookton.
WA agronomists have warned that a glyphosate-resistant grass is becoming more common in the Wheatbelt and early action is needed to gain control.
04 May 16 WA agronomists have warned that a glyphosate-resistant grass is becoming more common in the Wheatbelt and early action is needed to gain control.
Cargill's GrainFlow storage and handling business has added another site to its portfolio, purchasing 130,000 tonne storage centre Corglen at Narrabri.
03 May 16  1 Cargill's GrainFlow storage and handling business has added another site to its portfolio, purchasing 130,000 tonne storage centre Corglen at Narrabri.
GRAIN Producers Australia has welcomed the new Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Agriculture Consultative Committee, describing it as an important step for agriculture in the Australian economy.
03 May 16  5 GRAIN Producers Australia has welcomed the new Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Agriculture Consultative Committee, describing it as an important step for agriculture in...
BARLEY growers have been asked to send any plants with the fungal disease Net Type Net Blotch (NTNB) to the Department of Agriculture and Food, after evidence of new pathotypes were discovered last season.
30 Apr 16 BARLEY growers have been asked to send any plants with the fungal disease Net Type Net Blotch (NTNB) to the Department of Agriculture and Food, after evidence of new pathotypes were...
29 Apr 16 The dry spring and summer in many parts of eastern Australia means farmers will have to factor in herbicide residues and potential plant back risk when making their planting decisions.
CBH has released its first crop quality report revealing the averages for major varieties across the zones.
29 Apr 16 CBH has released its first crop quality report revealing the averages for major varieties across the zones.
GROWERS need to watch the market for price spikes rather than rely on selling in harvest to make good on this season's crop, according to marketers.
28 Apr 16 GROWERS need to watch the market for price spikes rather than rely on selling in harvest to make good on this season's crop, according to marketers.
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Of course Mr Birchnell would sing the praises of Cattle Council and MLA. Compulsory levies
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$1/lt milk's arrival came with a plan to deal with protesting farmers the customer comes 1st
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Let us not forget, especially for MG, that this is a co-operative and should we also claw back
THE Liberty Charolais stud, Toodyay, will host its inaugural yearling bull sale next week and the quality of bulls and heifers on offer won't disappoint.23 May 16 THE Liberty Charolais stud, Toodyay, will host its inaugural yearling bull sale next week and the quality of bulls...
MORE than 140 students from across Australia, including 19 from WA, enjoyed an introduction to the wool industry in Sydney last week, through the National Merino Challenge (NMC).23 May 16 MORE than 140 students from across Australia, including 19 from WA, enjoyed an introduction to the wool industry in...