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Harvey Beef trials innovative data system
21 Aug 15 SIX WA cattle producers are taking part in an innovative trial set up by Harvey Beef.
APW1 gets price premium nod from CBH
19 Aug 15 CBH Group will continue with price-premium APW1 as a permanent wheat grade for this year's harvest and beyond.
Extra buyers boost wool market optimism
19 Aug 15 A NEW national buyer and renewed interest from Eastern States-based buyers has further boosted prices and bidding competition for WA wool.
State Government will back GM crops
19 Aug 15 A GROUP of Williams growers lobbying the State Government to ensure WA remains open to genetically modified (GM) crops beyond the 2017 State election have had their fears allayed.
Super start for CBH's latest business
19 Aug 15 CBH's new fertiliser business is preparing to release product and pricing information for the 2016 season.
It's all green for Paraburdoo station
16 Aug 15 WHILE the 2014-15 wet season was a bit hit and miss for some cattle producers in the Top End, Glenflorrie station, Paraburdoo, is seeing green pastures.
Matt uses space science to test pastures
16 Aug 15 COMBINING science with agriculture, and dairying in particular, is the best of both worlds for University of WA student Matt Rowbottom.
Amateur cooks vie to showcase WA's best
15 Aug 15 IT'S time to get in the kitchen, as the next WA's Signature Dish competition is open.
BIG tempts students into cattle careers
15 Aug 15 ALL things bovine were on display at Murdoch University's farm last weekend to encourage more students to consider a cattle industry career.
Hannah returns to her family farm roots
15 Aug 15 PASSION, drive and having a purpose is what makes people want to be in agriculture, according to 22-year-old Hannah Barden-Koolhof.
Bureaucrats delay $25m pork investment
14 Aug 15 MOTHERHOOD statements by the State Government about bringing home the bacon in relation to cutting red tape and promoting primary-industry investment, make Peel region pig farmer Torben Soerensen mad.
Growers wait on price rise to sell wheat
14 Aug 15 GRAIN marketers are warning growers not to hold out for unattainable grain prices as wheat prices dip below $300 a tonne.
Farm milk quality: six of best are in WA
13 Aug 15 SIX WA dairy enterprises are in the top 100 in Australia in terms of milk quality.
Push to protect State's GM farmers
13 Aug 15 PREMIER Colin Barnett and Minister for Agriculture and Food Ken Baston are being lobbied by WA growers to repeal State legislation that could be used to cut-off their future access to GM crop technologies.
Wool auctions welcomed with price rise
13 Aug 15 A WELCOME-back 22 cents a kilogram rise in the indicative wool price at the Western Wool Centre (WWC) marked a return to auction selling on Wednesday last week after the annual three-week recess.
Marketers jump at shipping slot system
12 Aug 15 GRAIN marketers have snapped up a further 2.5 million tonnes of export capacity with CBH this season through its new shipping slot allocation system.
Rain brings welcome yield map turnaround
12 Aug 15 THE rain that has arguably set up the Wheatbelt for a bumper season has created the biggest season turnaround in the history of wheat yield mapping for WA, with predicted yields jumping about 0.5 tonnes per hectare in seven days.
$1 milk still gives farmers a sour taste
10 Aug 15 FOUR years on and Coles' and Woolworths' $1 a litre milk price still sours dairy farmers' views of their industry, despite a better year with increased production.
Daubney wins key Women in Industry award
10 Aug 15 BANNISTER Downs Dairy managing director Sue Daubney has added another accolade to her personal awards collection.
Grinder finds ready market among blue gums
09 Aug 15 EXPONENTIAL growth in reclaiming blue gum tree plantations for broadacre agriculture has proven a bonus for Albany company Himac.
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AFGRI has new stock of S700 headers
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AFGRI Equipment has a limited number of new John Deere S700 Series combine harvesters available for this harvest.
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China has followed through with flagged plans to resume importing United States beef, lifting a ban that has existed since mad cow disease was found in the States in 2003.
Indonesia has relaxed its trade restrictions on secondary beef cuts, re-opening a market that was worth $42 million to Australian exporters two years ago.
The recent rainfall will lead to a change in the micron profile of the Australian wool clip next spring, while boosting production volume and lamb marking rates.
While the favourable season is spurring lamb prices and providing more marketing options for producers, livestock agents are concerned rates are reaching unsustainable levels.
There will be more cases of sclerotinia in canola in areas that do not traditionally have problems with the disease due to the wet spring.
Chickpea prices have jumped $30 to $50 a tonne above global market values as farmers caught with soggy crops look for alternative grain supplies to fulfill their forward contract commitments.
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