New addition to GrainFlow network

Cargill's GrainFlow storage and handling business has added another site to its portfolio, purchasing 130,000 tonne storage centre Corglen at Narrabri.
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 GRAIN Producers Australia has welcomed the new Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Agriculture Consultative Committee, describing it as an important step for agriculture in...
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.
The University of Adelaide will shut down its commercial barley breeding operation by the end of June.
27 Apr 16  1 The University of Adelaide will shut down its commercial barley breeding operation by the end of June.
There has been good interest in oats over recent years says a leading oat breeder, due to both agronomic and market factors.
27 Apr 16 There has been good interest in oats over recent years says a leading oat breeder, due to both agronomic and market factors.
The Federal Government has given $6.2 million for a project to look at biocontrol methods for some of Australia's most problematic weeds.
27 Apr 16 The Federal Government has given $6.2 million for a project to look at biocontrol methods for some of Australia's most problematic weeds.
Governments across the world need to continue to fund international grain research, according to the director of the wheat program with the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre.
23 Apr 16 Governments across the world need to continue to fund international grain research, according to the director of the wheat program with the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre.
Grain Growers believes its consultation process to seek feedback on constitutional change from members is going well.
22 Apr 16  2 Grain Growers believes its consultation process to seek feedback on constitutional change from members is going well.
Grains industry representatives have reacted positively to the news of the Federal Government’s $13.8 million Farm Co-operatives and Collaboration Pilot Program.
21 Apr 16  1 Grains industry representatives have reacted positively to the news of the Federal Government’s $13.8 million Farm Co-operatives and Collaboration Pilot Program.
Cotton prices have bounced off seven year lows.
19 Apr 16 Cotton prices have bounced off seven year lows.
Sorghum prices have dipped below $200/t, bringing the end a run of seasons with high prices, based on unprecedented Chinese demand.
18 Apr 16 Sorghum prices have dipped below $200/t, bringing the end a run of seasons with high prices, based on unprecedented Chinese demand.
With pesticide use under the spotlight, a leading spray application consultant says there are many within the industry who need to do more to adhere to protocols.
15 Apr 16 With pesticide use under the spotlight, a leading spray application consultant says there are many within the industry who need to do more to adhere to protocols.
Aphids will do more damage to crops under a scenario of higher carbon dioxide levels.
11 Apr 16 Aphids will do more damage to crops under a scenario of higher carbon dioxide levels.
An insurance industry expert believes a viable multi-peril crop insurance sector can develop in Australia.
28 Mar 16  1 An insurance industry expert believes a viable multi-peril crop insurance sector can develop in Australia.
High biomass crops can be used in the battle against problem weeds.
28 Mar 16  6 High biomass crops can be used in the battle against problem weeds.
Lentil production is set to account for up to 80pc of the Yorke Peninsula's prime cropping land this season.
28 Mar 16 Lentil production is set to account for up to 80pc of the Yorke Peninsula's prime cropping land this season.
Pulse Australia is tipping a big year ahead for lentil and chickpea production should Australia's cropping belt get adequate rain.
27 Mar 16 Pulse Australia is tipping a big year ahead for lentil and chickpea production should Australia's cropping belt get adequate rain.
The Australian pulse industry is concerned about how foreign government's policy regarding pulse imports will impact their businesses.
27 Mar 16 The Australian pulse industry is concerned about how foreign government's policy regarding pulse imports will impact their businesses.
Farmers can use crops as a weed management tool through both above and below ground traits, such as competition for light and competition for nutrients.
25 Mar 16 Farmers can use crops as a weed management tool through both above and below ground traits, such as competition for light and competition for nutrients.
AUSTRALIAN croppers are flocking to high value, human consumption pulses this year, tempted by record prices and depressed values for traditional cereal crops.
25 Mar 16 AUSTRALIAN croppers are flocking to high value, human consumption pulses this year, tempted by record prices and depressed values for traditional cereal crops.
The use of soil moisture probes can help croppers make better agronomic decisions according to an SA-based consultant.
24 Mar 16 The use of soil moisture probes can help croppers make better agronomic decisions according to an SA-based consultant.
Grower groups are hoping GrainCorp's decision to shorten payment terms for grain stored on-farm will lead to a ripple effect across the industry.
22 Mar 16  1 Grower groups are hoping GrainCorp's decision to shorten payment terms for grain stored on-farm will lead to a ripple effect across the industry.
While last year featured low fungal disease pressures, plant pathologists are warning growers to be vigilant moving into this year's planting window.
18 Mar 16 While last year featured low fungal disease pressures, plant pathologists are warning growers to be vigilant moving into this year's planting window.
The fungal disease blackleg is causing headaches for canola growers, with infections presenting differently than previously and also with growing rates of fungicide resistance.
17 Mar 16 The fungal disease blackleg is causing headaches for canola growers, with infections presenting differently than previously and also with growing rates of fungicide resistance.
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Perhaps the NFF would care to comment on patented technology breaches. If my neighbour grows gm
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Perhaps NFF can provide the same allergy test undertaken for the field pea on those cotton and
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What is the point of these Senate inquiries, just look at the actual adoption rates of
PINGLELLY grain farmer and CBH Board director John Hassell is aiming to take on WA Liberal MP Rick Wilson for the sparse rural farming and mining seat of O’Connor pledging to be an independent WA National in federal parliament.29 Apr 16 PINGLELLY grain farmer and CBH Board director John Hassell is aiming to take on WA Liberal MP Rick Wilson for the...
THE largest purpose built livestock vessel was launched in China yesterday.28 Apr 16 THE largest purpose built livestock vessel was launched in China yesterday.