Opinion: Examining the US presidential race

LETTER FROM AMERICA: Although the US presidential election is still nine months away, the white noise surrounding this Herculean political contest is already loud and getting rowdier by the day.
LETTER FROM AMERICA: Although the US presidential election is still nine months away, the white noise surrounding this Herculean political contest is already loud and getting rowdier by the day.
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NEW stresses will appear for the Australian beef industry over the next 12 months, although the general outlook remains upbeat. NEW stresses will appear for the Australian beef industry over the next 12 months, although the general outlook remains upbeat.
FORMER cabinet minister Ian Macfarlane’s defection to the National party has been blocked by the Queensland executive of the LNP. FORMER cabinet minister Ian Macfarlane’s defection to the National party has been blocked by the Queensland executive of the LNP.
PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull will stand with Australian farm leaders today to launch the NFF's ambitious online transformation strategy. PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull will stand with Australian farm leaders today to launch the NFF's ambitious online transformation strategy.
DALE Carnegie once famously said ‘When life hands you a lemon, make lemonade’.
31 Jan 16 DALE Carnegie once famously said ‘When life hands you a lemon, make lemonade’.
OPINION: IT WAS with dismay that I came to the realisation midway through my time in Europe last year that the average citizen within the European Union (EU) is likely to have to deal with less government red tape than the man on the street here in Australia.
29 Jan 16  3 OPINION: IT WAS with dismay that I came to the realisation midway through my time in Europe last year that the average citizen within the European Union (EU) is likely to have to deal...
THE Nationals’ motivation in championing revised thresholds for scrutiny of foreign investment in agricultural land and agribusiness is the national interest.
24 Jan 16  3 THE Nationals’ motivation in championing revised thresholds for scrutiny of foreign investment in agricultural land and agribusiness is the national interest.
NOBODY can better explain how the Australian Greens can potentially escape the undeniable political and policy conundrum they face over genetically modified crops than Mark Lynas.
16 Jan 16  8 NOBODY can better explain how the Australian Greens can potentially escape the undeniable political and policy conundrum they face over genetically modified crops than Mark Lynas.
IN the 1940s, an American biologist by the name of Norman Borlaug developed a strain of wheat that could resist diseases, was short (thereby reducing damage by wind) and produced both large seed heads and high yields.
15 Jan 16  5 IN the 1940s, an American biologist by the name of Norman Borlaug developed a strain of wheat that could resist diseases, was short (thereby reducing damage by wind) and produced both...
ON Wednesday the internet exploded when NSW Liberal Democratic Party Senator David Leyonhjelm dropped the c-word on Twitter.
12 Jan 16  1 ON Wednesday the internet exploded when NSW Liberal Democratic Party Senator David Leyonhjelm dropped the c-word on Twitter.
THE NFF’s budget should be at least $5 million if the organisation is to be fully effective, writes JOHN CROSBY.
21 Dec 15  7 THE NFF’s budget should be at least $5 million if the organisation is to be fully effective, writes JOHN CROSBY. | PM backs NFF's digital revolution  | 'Exciting time to be a farmer': PM 
WORKING in the livestock export industry, there’s much to be positive about, writes BEN STANTON.
20 Dec 15 WORKING in the livestock export industry, there’s much to be positive about, writes BEN STANTON.
THIS past weekend marked a game-changing milestone for the National Farmers’ Federation and for Australian agriculture.
16 Dec 15  1 THIS past weekend marked a game-changing milestone for the National Farmers’ Federation and for Australian agriculture. | PM backs NFF's digital revolution  | 'Exciting time to be a farmer': PM 
GOVERNMENTS must approach future farming with prevention and adaptability in mind, writes SENATOR RACHEL SIEWERT.
12 Dec 15  4 GOVERNMENTS must approach future farming with prevention and adaptability in mind, writes SENATOR RACHEL SIEWERT.

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Animals are the helpless victims of greed, corruption, ignorance, selfishness and savage
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I think cultivation is just another tool available in the ever more complicated race against
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Linfox should be streaks ahead to retain this property in Australian Hands ...we have too many
Experienced grains industry operator Richard Simonaitis has been appointed as the new CEO of the AEGIC.05 Feb 16 Experienced grains industry operator Richard Simonaitis has been appointed as the new CEO of the AEGIC.
AUSTRALIAN livestock exporter Wellard's vessel, the M/V Ocean Outback, is destined for Singapore to repair a malfunction to one of its two engines, after last year being marooned off Perth's coast.05 Feb 16 AUSTRALIAN livestock exporter Wellard's vessel, the M/V Ocean Outback, is destined for Singapore to repair a...