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05 Feb 04 RECORDS tumbled at the Monterey Invitation Murray Grey and Angus bull and female sale held at Kojonup last week. With the Knutsford Selling Complex shed filled to capacity and more than 170 registered buyers, the sale always had the potential
Export industry to seek injunction
05 Feb 04 THE Australian Farmers Fighting Funds has agreed to bankroll legal action against animal activists who attempt to contaminate live export shipments. The Pastoralists and Graziers Association said the decision would prevent further disruption of th
Farm deaths prompt work warning
05 Feb 04 FARMERS are being urged not to be complacent when working alone with machinery after two fatalities involving vehicles within days. A 93-year-old Cranbrook farmer was killed on Monday when he was run over by his ute five days after a 66-year-o
FTA talks at delicate stage
05 Feb 04 THE introduction of US Agriculture Secretary Ann Venemann to free trade talks with Australia has failed to break the stalemate over market access for key Australian commodities. Federal Trade Minister Mark Vaile met with Ms Venemann in Washing
Good theory, disaster for ag
05 Feb 04 BASIC principles rarely change. Economic theory has always heralded agriculture as an exception in a competitive economy. This is because: p Farmers are seen to be in perfect competition - that is, a multitude of producers and none l
Industry bigger than individuals
05 Feb 04 A CLEANSKIN bottle of a decent cabernet sauvignon is a good analogy to summarise the feelings of Ravensthorpe farmer Andrew Duncan on the issue of a united peak farmer body. The bottle has no label but the contents have the potential to mature int
Mixed reaction to high speed plan
05 Feb 04 RURAL groups are divided over the potential benefits of a high speed wireless data service that Telstra will roll out across its existing CDMA network. The $31 million introduction of 1xRTT (single carrier radio transmission technology) was an
Stand up and be counted
05 Feb 04 YOUTH, power and money would be assets to any organisation - and according to Walebing grower Michael Humphry, a united farmer group in WA would have all three on its side. The PGA Central Midlands vice-president said that from Esperance to Coorow
Surveillance key to control
05 Feb 04 THE management and control of Ovine Johne's disease in Australia could be in jeopardy if the Federal Government refuses to fund critical surveillance measures. According to Animal Health Australia's manager of Johne's disease program Lorna Cit
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PARENTS campaigning to save Moora Residential College (MRC) have cautiously welcomed WA Liberals’ announcement it will keep the facility open if it wins the next State election.
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