Dingoes can be allies

DINGOES, wild dogs – whatever you call them - are bad news for the sheep industry but they get results for many cattle producers.
DINGOES, wild dogs – whatever you call them - are bad news for the sheep industry but they get results for many cattle producers.
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AGRIBUSINESS specialist Simon Talbot has been appointed the new NFF CEO, unveiling one of NFF's best kept secrets.
AGRIBUSINESS specialist Simon Talbot has been appointed the new NFF CEO, unveiling one of NFF's best kept secrets.
GEORGE Millington became only the fourth owner of Collinsville Station when he bought the vast SA pastoral holding and Merino stud last week. GEORGE Millington became only the fourth owner of Collinsville Station when he bought the vast SA pastoral holding and Merino stud last week.
THINGS are tough for superfine wool producers, but the price differential between quality superfine types and other wools is returning. THINGS are tough for superfine wool producers, but the price differential between quality superfine types and other wools is returning.
THE NTCA briefed Tony Abbott about the northern cattle industry’s steady rehabilitation during the PM’s Top End tour this week. THE NTCA briefed Tony Abbott about the northern cattle industry’s steady rehabilitation during the PM’s Top End tour this week.
AUSTRALIA'S rural sector might not want to rush into an FTA with China, but we could soon find China is doing a lot more business with our competitors.
2:00 AM AUSTRALIA'S rural sector might not want to rush into an FTA with China, but we could soon find China is doing a lot more business with our competitors.
THERE are very few things that occur in our Australian landscapes that happen in isolation, and wild dog control is no exception.
2:00 AM  2 THERE are very few things that occur in our Australian landscapes that happen in isolation, and wild dog control is no exception. | Dingoes can be allies  | The feral solution 
THE endless landscape as we fly towards Miles is littered with pockmarks.
18 Sep 14  4 THE endless landscape as we fly towards Miles is littered with pockmarks.
MY earliest memories of paddock work involve dog drives with my Dad and a heap of neighbours, inside and outside the fence.
14 Sep 14  3 MY earliest memories of paddock work involve dog drives with my Dad and a heap of neighbours, inside and outside the fence.
AG needs to listen more to consumers. This in an uncomfortable phrase to most farmers, but it's a conversation that must be had to take the industry forward.
10 Sep 14 AG needs to listen more to consumers. This in an uncomfortable phrase to most farmers, but it's a conversation that must be had to take the industry forward.
LIKE clearing landmines in Cambodia, new farming areas for sheep will not be safe nor profitable until the feral problem is removed completely.
06 Sep 14 LIKE clearing landmines in Cambodia, new farming areas for sheep will not be safe nor profitable until the feral problem is removed completely. | Rise of the guardians  | Pack mentality targets wild dog... 
THIS government’s promise to rural Australia was to reinvigorate our agricultural sector – and we are delivering on that promise, says BARNABY JOYCE.
06 Sep 14  2 THIS government’s promise to rural Australia was to reinvigorate our agricultural sector – and we are delivering on that promise, says BARNABY JOYCE. | Dairy fights for trade rights  | KAFTA report splits opinion 
AS MORE and more people go online, social channels have become the norm in talking to rural and regional Australians.
27 Aug 14 AS MORE and more people go online, social channels have become the norm in talking to rural and regional Australians.
NSW Farmers is in the middle of two key opportunities on native vegetation reform.
27 Aug 14 NSW Farmers is in the middle of two key opportunities on native vegetation reform.
OPINION: AGRICULTURAL organisations remain concerned by the threat of political intervention in the national RDC levy system.
20 Aug 14  10 OPINION: AGRICULTURAL organisations remain concerned by the threat of political intervention in the national RDC levy system. | In the dark on mushroom levy 
NO DAIRY farmer wanted to hear news that Russia had imposed sanctions on Australian dairy products, says ADF president NOEL CAMPBELL.
19 Aug 14  2 NO DAIRY farmer wanted to hear news that Russia had imposed sanctions on Australian dairy products, says ADF president NOEL CAMPBELL. | Market fallout from Russian...  | Politics muddle global grain market 
NEW CEO of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation MATT LINNEGAR reflects on the the three Rs of Australia – Rural, Regional and Remote.
15 Aug 14 NEW CEO of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation MATT LINNEGAR reflects on the the three Rs of Australia – Rural, Regional and Remote.
RUSSIA'S targeting of $A400 million of Australian food exports and the government’s muddled response are just the latest setback for a sector struggling under failed policy approaches.
15 Aug 14  4 RUSSIA'S targeting of $A400 million of Australian food exports and the government’s muddled response are just the latest setback for a sector struggling under failed policy approaches. | Joyce shrugs off Russian ban  | Russian sanctions a cheap shot 
POKE a Russian bear with a stick and he will retaliate. That’s the lesson facing Australian exporters today.
13 Aug 14  19 POKE a Russian bear with a stick and he will retaliate. That’s the lesson facing Australian exporters today. | G20 ban for Putin only answer  | Putin bans US food and EU... 
MANY of the budget's biggest impacts will come in regional areas. A mutiny by the Nationals could be the killer blow for it.
12 Aug 14  5 MANY of the budget's biggest impacts will come in regional areas. A mutiny by the Nationals could be the killer blow for it. | Lessons from the Kimberley  | Mavericks are top guns in new... 
HARD-nosed economists would have us believe if we’ve got enough money, we’ll be able to buy whatever food we want from producers in other countries.
12 Aug 14  1 HARD-nosed economists would have us believe if we’ve got enough money, we’ll be able to buy whatever food we want from producers in other countries.
FOR two decades, farmers have screamed at the State government to fix this broken piece of legislation: the Native Vegetation Act.
07 Aug 14  29 FOR two decades, farmers have screamed at the State government to fix this broken piece of legislation: the Native Vegetation Act.
IF the federal government wants its Northern Australia plan to succeed, it should start with greater talks with Indigenous land owners writes JESSICA MCLEAN.
02 Aug 14 IF the federal government wants its Northern Australia plan to succeed, it should start with greater talks with Indigenous land owners writes JESSICA MCLEAN. | Unlocking the north's potential 
PETA Australia responds to RSPCA NSW claims that PETA undermined animal welfare by allegedly failing to supply adequate detail with a cruelty complaint.
29 Jul 14  17 PETA Australia responds to RSPCA NSW claims that PETA undermined animal welfare by allegedly failing to supply adequate detail with a cruelty complaint. | Welfare 'myths' damaging ag 
FARMERS are price takers but consumers will also pay a hefty price if retailer behaviour isn't addressed, writes JAN DAVIS.
26 Jul 14  2 FARMERS are price takers but consumers will also pay a hefty price if retailer behaviour isn't addressed, writes JAN DAVIS.

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The PGA's own figures show they are just a noisy minority, pushing GM canola onto all farmers
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The GM industry should pay for any damage it does to the livelihoods of farmers and others in
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I think war is here. what will wheat be worth in a hyperinflated economy and will people have
DESPITE an unprecedented early start to the 2014/15 harvest period in the north following a dry warm winter, CBH Geraldton Zone manager Duncan Gray says CBH is more than ready to take in the new crop. 
2:00 AM DESPITE an unprecedented early start to the 2014/15 harvest period in the north following a dry warm winter, CBH...
ITS show time!
And the Meaton family's Misty Hills Merino stud, Kojonup, have even more reason to be excited about this year's IGA Perth Royal Show after their fleece was judged the supreme champion fleece of this year's show.2:00 AM ITS show time! And the Meaton family's Misty Hills Merino stud, Kojonup, have even more reason to be excited about...