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THE innovative use of drones to precisely assess soil erosion will be on show at the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's (DPIRD) Newdegate Machinery Field Days display on Wednesday, September 5 and Thursday, September 6.
THE innovative use of drones to precisely assess soil erosion will be on show at the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's (DPIRD) Newdegate Machinery Field Days display on Wednesday, September 5 and Thursday, September 6.
CANOLA growers have been urged to monitor early flowering crops for the fungal disease Sclerotinia stem rot.
27 Aug 18 CANOLA growers have been urged to monitor early flowering crops for the fungal disease Sclerotinia stem rot.
ASSURANCE must be provided to WA sheep producers over the future of the live export trade as soon as possible to allow time for the industry to adapt to any potential market changes.
24 Aug 18 ASSURANCE must be provided to WA sheep producers over the future of the live export trade as soon as possible to allow time for the industry to adapt to any potential market changes.
CHANGES to the Harvest Mass Management Scheme (HMMS) mean WA growers will have to apply to Main Roads to continue utilising routes not approved within the Restricted Access Vehicle (RAV) Network when transporting grain this delivery season.
23 Aug 18 CHANGES to the Harvest Mass Management Scheme (HMMS) mean WA growers will have to apply to Main Roads to continue utilising routes not approved within the Restricted Access Vehicle (RAV)...
A NEW-LOOK leadership team will drive AgConnectWA into 2019, in what the committee hopes will be a strong and steady year for the WAFarmers young agricultural group.
23 Aug 18 A NEW-LOOK leadership team will drive AgConnectWA into 2019, in what the committee hopes will be a strong and steady year for the WAFarmers young agricultural group.
WA GROWERS are concerned that glyphosate may be taken out of their tool kits, after several international legal decisions pushed the future of the widely-used chemical into a world of uncertainty.
23 Aug 18 WA GROWERS are concerned that glyphosate may be taken out of their tool kits, after several international legal decisions pushed the future of the widely-used chemical into a world of...
UNPRECEDENTED demand for nitrogen fertilisers since the late season break and a raw materials shipment to WA which did not arrive last month, has led to shortages at a critical time.
23 Aug 18 UNPRECEDENTED demand for nitrogen fertilisers since the late season break and a raw materials shipment to WA which did not arrive last month, has led to shortages at a critical time.
AUSTRALIA’s biggest live sheep exporter Emanuel Exports has had its licence cancelled by the independent regulator after what it described as a “thorough investigation and show cause process”.
22 Aug 18 AUSTRALIA’s biggest live sheep exporter Emanuel Exports has had its licence cancelled by the independent regulator after what it described as a “thorough investigation and show cause...
AUSTRALIA’s biggest live sheep exporter Emanuel Exports has had its licence cancelled by the independent regulator after what it described as a “thorough investigation and show cause process”.
22 Aug 18  1 AUSTRALIA’s biggest live sheep exporter Emanuel Exports has had its licence cancelled by the independent regulator after what it described as a “thorough investigation and show cause...
THE inaugural Elders Young Farmers Competition was a highlight of the McIntosh & Son Mingenew Midwest Expo last week. 
WA College of Agriculture, Morawa students competed in a series of events on the expo’s first day.
22 Aug 18 THE inaugural Elders Young Farmers Competition was a highlight of the McIntosh & Son Mingenew Midwest Expo last week. WA College of Agriculture, Morawa students competed in a series of...
SELF-watering systems are often referred to as automatic wicking beds.
22 Aug 18 SELF-watering systems are often referred to as automatic wicking beds.
THE WA Liberal Party has supported a motion to support the live export trade – which was a great win for sheep producers according to Pastoralists and Graziers Association of WA president Tony Seabrook.
20 Aug 18 THE WA Liberal Party has supported a motion to support the live export trade – which was a great win for sheep producers according to Pastoralists and Graziers Association of WA...
DESPITE a difficult and patchy last season, WA’s agriculture industry “is in great shape” the 2017-18 Planfarm Bankwest Benchmarks revealed recently.
19 Aug 18 DESPITE a difficult and patchy last season, WA’s agriculture industry “is in great shape” the 2017-18 Planfarm Bankwest Benchmarks revealed recently.
THE State Government has called for expressions of interest (EOI) to meet the livestock marketing needs of South West producers, ahead of the expected closure of the Boyanup saleyards in 2022.
18 Aug 18 THE State Government has called for expressions of interest (EOI) to meet the livestock marketing needs of South West producers, ahead of the expected closure of the Boyanup saleyards in...
THE Farm Machinery & Industry Association (FMIA) will continue to beat the drum on the need for precision farming to be included in ag education curricula.
18 Aug 18 THE Farm Machinery & Industry Association (FMIA) will continue to beat the drum on the need for precision farming to be included in ag education curricula.
ROD Shemeld has come from the clouds to clinch the Aglime Sand Greens Championship of WA title at the Jurien Bay Country Golf Club last weekend.
18 Aug 18 ROD Shemeld has come from the clouds to clinch the Aglime Sand Greens Championship of WA title at the Jurien Bay Country Golf Club last weekend.
LAST week’s election of office bearers at the Farm Machinery & Industry Association (FMIA) annual general meeting saw notable departures from the committee.
17 Aug 18 LAST week’s election of office bearers at the Farm Machinery & Industry Association (FMIA) annual general meeting saw notable departures from the committee.
MORAWA farmer and Nuffield scholar Katrina Sasse spoke to a receptive male-dominated audience at the recent Farm Machinery & Industry Association (FMIA) annual general meeting and conference.
17 Aug 18 MORAWA farmer and Nuffield scholar Katrina Sasse spoke to a receptive male-dominated audience at the recent Farm Machinery & Industry Association (FMIA) annual general meeting and...
THE sheep industry has a “phenomenal opportunity” ahead of it “to really establish Australian lamb as the premium red meat”, according to Grower Group Alliance chairwoman Kelly Manton-Pearce.
17 Aug 18 THE sheep industry has a “phenomenal opportunity” ahead of it “to really establish Australian lamb as the premium red meat”, according to Grower Group Alliance chairwoman Kelly...
IS there something you can do to improve your system? 
That question was raised by Wagin sheep and cropping producer Clayton South at LambEx 2018 recently when he presented his story to a crowd of about 700 attendees in the Riverside Theatre at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
17 Aug 18 IS there something you can do to improve your system? That question was raised by Wagin sheep and cropping producer Clayton South at LambEx 2018 recently when he presented his story to...
DESPITE the late start to the growing season WA could be on track for a record-breaking harvest if near-perfect weather conditions unfolding across much of the grainbelt             continue.
17 Aug 18 DESPITE the late start to the growing season WA could be on track for a record-breaking harvest if near-perfect weather conditions unfolding across much of the grainbelt...
THE Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) radars at Newdegate, South Doodlakine and Watheroo will go offline for two weeks at a time for routine service works that will maintain and enhance their operational capabilities.
17 Aug 18 THE Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) radars at Newdegate, South Doodlakine and Watheroo will go offline for two weeks at a time for routine service works that will maintain and enhance their...
THE WA agriculture sector must do more to position itself as a desirable industry to work in if it is to attract students and develop a sustainable workforce.
17 Aug 18 THE WA agriculture sector must do more to position itself as a desirable industry to work in if it is to attract students and develop a sustainable workforce.
INNOVATIVE new technology developed by Murdoch University researcher Sofie De Meyer has received a $30,000 State government grant that supports entrepreneurs in the agriculture or aquaculture industries.
17 Aug 18 INNOVATIVE new technology developed by Murdoch University researcher Sofie De Meyer has received a $30,000 State government grant that supports entrepreneurs in the agriculture or...
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THE Macquarie Group has confirmed it has wrapped up a deal with the Qatari-owned Hassad Food Group to buy more than 100,000 hectares of farmland Australia-wide.1:00 PM THE Macquarie Group has confirmed it has wrapped up a deal with the Qatari-owned Hassad Food Group to buy more than...
AFGRI Equipment has a limited number of new John Deere S700 Series combine harvesters available for this harvest.16 Sep 18 AFGRI Equipment has a limited number of new John Deere S700 Series combine harvesters available for this harvest.