Structural review for CBH

CBH Group will undergo a governance and structural review in the wake of the Australian Grains Champion (AGC) proposal.
CBH Group will undergo a governance and structural review in the wake of the Australian Grains Champion (AGC) proposal.
THE benefits of applying clay to paddocks to boost soil quality and subsequent yields is being evaluated by a new research project.
2:00 AM THE benefits of applying clay to paddocks to boost soil quality and subsequent yields is being evaluated by a new research project.
RESULTS from a long-running trial have provided new insights into the profitability of different crop rotations and how they interact with seasonal conditions and crop residue.
28 May 16 RESULTS from a long-running trial have provided new insights into the profitability of different crop rotations and how they interact with seasonal conditions and crop residue.
HARVEY Beef officially opened its state-of-the-art retail-ready facility in Harvey on Friday.
27 May 16 HARVEY Beef officially opened its state-of-the-art retail-ready facility in Harvey on Friday.
PROSECUTION for animal cruelty cases should be authorised and overseen by the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA), according to a report tabled in State parliament last week.
27 May 16  1 PROSECUTION for animal cruelty cases should be authorised and overseen by the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA), according to a report tabled in State parliament last week.
FOREIGN Investment Review Board (FIRB) approval of a $12 billion scheme of arrangements to split up Australia's largest rail freight and ports operator has been delayed by the July 2 federal election.
27 May 16 FOREIGN Investment Review Board (FIRB) approval of a $12 billion scheme of arrangements to split up Australia's largest rail freight and ports operator has been delayed by the July 2...
RISING demand for oat-based foods in Asia has bolstered market prices for oats, prompting WA farmers to respond with increased plantings of the early-sown, frost-tolerant crop this season.
27 May 16 RISING demand for oat-based foods in Asia has bolstered market prices for oats, prompting WA farmers to respond with increased plantings of the early-sown, frost-tolerant crop this season.
NEW Muresk Institute farm supervisor Rob de Gruchy will be known to many Avon Valley and Wheatbelt farming families.
26 May 16 NEW Muresk Institute farm supervisor Rob de Gruchy will be known to many Avon Valley and Wheatbelt farming families.
THREE Western Dairy scientists who co-authored a research paper have had it approved for international publication.
26 May 16 THREE Western Dairy scientists who co-authored a research paper have had it approved for international publication.
SOUTH West farmers will welcome new trials data published by researchers at The University of Western Australia and grower groups, which suggests that light grazing of sheep on crop residues over summer has little impact on the following no-tillage crops.
26 May 16 SOUTH West farmers will welcome new trials data published by researchers at The University of Western Australia and grower groups, which suggests that light grazing of sheep on crop...
GRAIN growers have a better chance of identifying, mapping and managing declared weeds with the launch of the mobile device app, MyWeedWatcher.
25 May 16 GRAIN growers have a better chance of identifying, mapping and managing declared weeds with the launch of the mobile device app, MyWeedWatcher.
25 May 16 PULSE Australia will scale down its extension program after the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) decided to cut funding for extension for Pulse Australia in favour of...
THE Liberty Charolais stud, Toodyay, will host its inaugural yearling bull sale next week and the quality of bulls and heifers on offer won't disappoint.
23 May 16 THE Liberty Charolais stud, Toodyay, will host its inaugural yearling bull sale next week and the quality of bulls and heifers on offer won't disappoint.
MORE than 140 students from across Australia, including 19 from WA, enjoyed an introduction to the wool industry in Sydney last week, through the National Merino Challenge (NMC).
23 May 16 MORE than 140 students from across Australia, including 19 from WA, enjoyed an introduction to the wool industry in Sydney last week, through the National Merino Challenge (NMC).
PROMINENT Droughtmaster breeder Munda Reds recently sold two bulls for $30,000 to Dick Vincent, De Grey Park stud, Capel.
23 May 16 PROMINENT Droughtmaster breeder Munda Reds recently sold two bulls for $30,000 to Dick Vincent, De Grey Park stud, Capel.
COW and calf values soared to $2475 at Independent Rural Agents (IRA) Pemberton's special cow and calf sale on AuctionsPlus on Monday.
22 May 16 COW and calf values soared to $2475 at Independent Rural Agents (IRA) Pemberton's special cow and calf sale on AuctionsPlus on Monday.
THE far eastern Wheatbelt has been a notoriously tough area for farmers who have suffered through drought, hail and frost for years.
22 May 16 THE far eastern Wheatbelt has been a notoriously tough area for farmers who have suffered through drought, hail and frost for years.
THIS is one fire farmers won't put out.
22 May 16 THIS is one fire farmers won't put out.
HOPES are high that a predicted cold front will deliver good rains to WA's Wheatbelt this weekend.
22 May 16 HOPES are high that a predicted cold front will deliver good rains to WA's Wheatbelt this weekend.
GLEANER is making a pitch at the higher volume combine harvester market with the release of its Gleaner S9 series models.
21 May 16 GLEANER is making a pitch at the higher volume combine harvester market with the release of its Gleaner S9 series models.
THE digital age might be dawning slowly on some WA dairy farms but at the other end of the industry a milk processor is about to enter a second generation virtual world.
21 May 16 THE digital age might be dawning slowly on some WA dairy farms but at the other end of the industry a milk processor is about to enter a second generation virtual world.
CHINA is ready to take Australian beef, according to Department of State Development agribusiness expansion special advisor Rob Delane after a tour of its local facilities.
20 May 16 CHINA is ready to take Australian beef, according to Department of State Development agribusiness expansion special advisor Rob Delane after a tour of its local facilities.
A COMMERCIAL conflict of interest is the reason CSBP says it has terminated its fertiliser agreement with Landmark.
20 May 16 A COMMERCIAL conflict of interest is the reason CSBP says it has terminated its fertiliser agreement with Landmark.
PINJARRA cattle producer Geoff McLarty said he was pleased the State Government was continuing to invest in biosecurity and more market opportunities in the 2016/17 budget.
19 May 16 PINJARRA cattle producer Geoff McLarty said he was pleased the State Government was continuing to invest in biosecurity and more market opportunities in the 2016/17 budget.
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This would have to represent the greatest over reaction by a community ill equipped to register
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What isn't mentioned is that our biggest live export market Indonesia capped live cattle imports
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Yep cap the numbers and also cap the hourly rate as well!!
HARVEY Beef officially opened its state-of-the-art retail-ready facility in Harvey on Friday.27 May 16 HARVEY Beef officially opened its state-of-the-art retail-ready facility in Harvey on Friday.
PROSECUTION for animal cruelty cases should be authorised and overseen by the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA), according to a report tabled in State parliament last week.27 May 16  1 PROSECUTION for animal cruelty cases should be authorised and overseen by the Department of Agriculture and Food...