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DEVONDALE Murray Goulburn has announced a $5 million partnership with CowBank to help young farmers entering the dairy industry establish a commercial dairy herd.
DEVONDALE Murray Goulburn has announced a $5 million partnership with CowBank to help young farmers entering the dairy industry establish a commercial dairy herd.
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A NEW research project is looking at what motivates cotton farmers and their employees to “stick at it” through thick and thin. A NEW research project is looking at what motivates cotton farmers and their employees to “stick at it” through thick and thin.
GUN shearer John Dalla was shocked by PETA’s shearing footage and says it's a long way from a true representation of his industry. GUN shearer John Dalla was shocked by PETA’s shearing footage and says it's a long way from a true representation of his industry.
RAIN or no rain, cattle prices have the potential to rise by up to 40 per cent in 2015 as the flow of cattle off-farm finally contracts. RAIN or no rain, cattle prices have the potential to rise by up to 40 per cent in 2015 as the flow of cattle off-farm finally contracts.
ADELAIDE company Rossi Boots is furious the federal government went shopping overseas to find cheaper boots for the armed services. ADELAIDE company Rossi Boots is furious the federal government went shopping overseas to find cheaper boots for the armed services.
PACIFIC Equity Partners has sold New Zealand's largest biscuit and snack foods maker to Universal Robina for $NZ700 million ($645 million).
4:32 AM PACIFIC Equity Partners has sold New Zealand's largest biscuit and snack foods maker to Universal Robina for $NZ700 million ($645 million). | Kiwis bullish - and it's more...  | NZ's new cash cows 
THE arrival of an Archer Daniels Midland private jet in Sydney last Wednesday is a strong signal ADM has unfinished business in Australia.
21 Jul 14  17 THE arrival of an Archer Daniels Midland private jet in Sydney last Wednesday is a strong signal ADM has unfinished business in Australia. | GrainCorp still in ADM's sights  | 'Protectionists' stifling ag... 
AUSTRALIA has contributed an extra $1 million to efforts to ratify a trade ­facilitation agreement as some poorer countries feel they are not being accommodated.
21 Jul 14 AUSTRALIA has contributed an extra $1 million to efforts to ratify a trade ­facilitation agreement as some poorer countries feel they are not being accommodated. | Locking in China deals  | North's 20-year investment 'window' 
WA PORK processor Craig Mostyn may sell a stake in the family-owned agribusiness.
21 Jul 14 WA PORK processor Craig Mostyn may sell a stake in the family-owned agribusiness. | Back on track for bacon week 
LEGENDARY logistics businessman Chris Corrigan has become a director and investor in PrimeAg Australia.
21 Jul 14  5 LEGENDARY logistics businessman Chris Corrigan has become a director and investor in PrimeAg Australia. | Undabri sold to new Chinese buyer 
REAL farmers are in the spotlight in new push to win back consumer loyalty to major milk company brands whose markets have been savaged by the $1 a litre milk war.
21 Jul 14  2 REAL farmers are in the spotlight in new push to win back consumer loyalty to major milk company brands whose markets have been savaged by the $1 a litre milk war.
WESTERN NSW farming and water investment company Tandou has taken a hit from lower cotton earnings.
18 Jul 14 WESTERN NSW farming and water investment company Tandou has taken a hit from lower cotton earnings. | Cotton agreement opens markets  | Southern cotton boosts crop 
ONE of Meat and Livestock Australia's directors, Christine Gilbertson, has resigned from the board effective today.
18 Jul 14 ONE of Meat and Livestock Australia's directors, Christine Gilbertson, has resigned from the board effective today. | Farmers not sold on levy value  | We want more say: producers 
QUEENSLAND Nationals Senator Barry O'Sullivan has invited Australian Bankers Association (ABA) chief executive officer Steven Munchenberg to
18 Jul 14  4 QUEENSLAND Nationals Senator Barry O'Sullivan has invited Australian Bankers Association (ABA) chief executive officer Steven Munchenberg to "roll out his swag for a couple of days" and...
G20 MINISTERS must use a meeting in Sydney on Saturday to convince India not to scupper a $100 billion deal designed to cut red tape at ports and borders, British Trade Minister Ian ­Livingston has said.
18 Jul 14 G20 MINISTERS must use a meeting in Sydney on Saturday to convince India not to scupper a $100 billion deal designed to cut red tape at ports and borders, British Trade Minister Ian... | Exports to China exceed $100b 
NSW dairy group Bega Cheese has avoided a potential $13.3 million additional tax bill.
17 Jul 14  1 NSW dairy group Bega Cheese has avoided a potential $13.3 million additional tax bill.
UPDATED 1pm: AUSTRALIA has become the first country in the world to abolish a price on carbon, to the
17 Jul 14  37 UPDATED 1pm: AUSTRALIA has become the first country in the world to abolish a price on carbon, to the "relief" of the NFF. | Carbon debate fires up in Senate  | Calls for carbon grant inquiry 
DISCOUNT grocer Aldi may soon be ­facing competition from cut-price European rivals.
17 Jul 14 DISCOUNT grocer Aldi may soon be ­facing competition from cut-price European rivals. | Woolies moves into finance  | Coles steps up fight with banks 
A SERIES of ‘nuclear bombs’ have been dropped on the Australian sugar industry, according to QSL CEO Greg Beashel.
17 Jul 14  4 A SERIES of ‘nuclear bombs’ have been dropped on the Australian sugar industry, according to QSL CEO Greg Beashel.
ADELAIDE company Rossi Boots is furious the federal government went shopping overseas to find cheaper boots for the armed services.
17 Jul 14  8 ADELAIDE company Rossi Boots is furious the federal government went shopping overseas to find cheaper boots for the armed services. | Coles clarifies 75c/L milk  | Farm support deadline extended 
FARMING families receiving the Interim Farm Household Allowance now have until August 14 to complete applications for the FHA.
16 Jul 14 FARMING families receiving the Interim Farm Household Allowance now have until August 14 to complete applications for the FHA. | PM approves $200m drought loans  | Drought loans delays frustrate... 
AS SOON as Murray Goulburn's new chilled Devondale milk hit the shelves of Coles last week, the supermarket was peddling it at 75 cents a litre.
15 Jul 14  7 AS SOON as Murray Goulburn's new chilled Devondale milk hit the shelves of Coles last week, the supermarket was peddling it at 75 cents a litre.
UPDATED: WORKERS at six of Murray Goulburn’s Victorian plants are set to strike again tomorrow – for the second time in less than two weeks.
15 Jul 14 UPDATED: WORKERS at six of Murray Goulburn’s Victorian plants are set to strike again tomorrow – for the second time in less than two weeks.
COMPETITION concerns in the sugar industry have prompted  intervention by the Queensland government.
15 Jul 14  4 COMPETITION concerns in the sugar industry have prompted intervention by the Queensland government. | Wilmar under the microscope  | Cane growers hit again: MSF... 
SUPERMARKET giant Coles has unveiled a plan to issue personal loans, in a fresh challenge to Australia's big four banks.
15 Jul 14  1 SUPERMARKET giant Coles has unveiled a plan to issue personal loans, in a fresh challenge to Australia's big four banks. | Coles: banking on your cash  | Coles guilty of false 'freshly... 
INSURANCE Council of Australia president Mark Milliner has warned the expected boom in insurance and ­investment in developing Australia's north will never happen unless governments make a front-end investment in resilience and mitigation.
15 Jul 14 INSURANCE Council of Australia president Mark Milliner has warned the expected boom in insurance and ­investment in developing Australia's north will never happen unless governments make... | Report values live ex industry  | The Kimberley's megalopolis site 
SENATOR Bill Heffernan has called for an investigation into how taxpayer money was wasted on a failed carbon farm.
15 Jul 14  3 SENATOR Bill Heffernan has called for an investigation into how taxpayer money was wasted on a failed carbon farm. | Cattle to return to Henbury  | Dishonesty claims at Henbury 
IT has become known as the
15 Jul 14  7 IT has become known as the "Dining Boom", but for Carlton Hill Station manager Stuart McKechnie, there are no signs of a boom as yet.
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The proposed PPP Project will introduce an organised exchange for the grass-fed beef market
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Boris, a bit of an education for you. It is the capitalist "free trade merchants" taking
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While I am not totally against the minimum wage concept, the highly protected Industrial Awards
THE Country Women’s Associations (CWA) history is steeped in tradition.11:11 AM THE Country Women’s Associations (CWA) history is steeped in tradition.
20 Jul 14 THE Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) Kununurra Research Station plays an important role in horticulture, not only for the Ord Valley, but also for the State.