Livestock takes Chad into new territory

TO his Elders Moora workmates 22-year-old Chad Golding is known as Eveready.
TO his Elders Moora workmates 22-year-old Chad Golding is known as Eveready.
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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.
A HIGH Court of Australia decision today has ended Kojonup organic grower Steve Marsh’s six-year battle for compensation over losing his organic certification.
12 Feb 16 A HIGH Court of Australia decision today has ended Kojonup organic grower Steve Marsh’s six-year battle for compensation over losing his organic certification.
12 Feb 16 "STICKY" belly wool thwarted Beau Guelfi's attempt to break a 13-year-old shearing world record at Yathroo on Saturday.
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WITH 12 buyers operating on 19 bulls, this year's Naranda Angus sale was always going to post an improved performance on previous years.
12 Feb 16 WITH 12 buyers operating on 19 bulls, this year's Naranda Angus sale was always going to post an improved performance on previous years.
AFTER a burster of an Allegria Park sale to kick off the circuit of Esperance Angus bull sales, buyers turned up to the Kogody Angus stud sale knowing they may have to pay a little bit more than previous sales to get their bulls of choice.
12 Feb 16 AFTER a burster of an Allegria Park sale to kick off the circuit of Esperance Angus bull sales, buyers turned up to the Kogody Angus stud sale knowing they may have to pay a little bit...
BUYERS were given every opportunity to inspect and choose from the full array of Ardcairnie Angus 2014 bull drop at the stud's on-property bull sale last week.
12 Feb 16 BUYERS were given every opportunity to inspect and choose from the full array of Ardcairnie Angus 2014 bull drop at the stud's on-property bull sale last week.
WA milk and natural yoghurt won champion awards at the prestigious 2016 Australian Grand Dairy Awards (AGDA) in Melbourne last week.
Harvey Fresh won the champion milk award for the first time with its Free Range Full Cream milk.
Mundella Foods won the champion natural yogurt for a seventh time in nine years with its Mundella Greek Natural Yoghurt.
Six of the seven times the Mundijong-based yog
12 Feb 16 WA milk and natural yoghurt won champion awards at the prestigious 2016 Australian Grand Dairy Awards (AGDA) in Melbourne last week. Harvey Fresh won the champion milk award for the...
CBH has revised its Pre-Pay Advantage (PPA) product in 2016, extending the repayment period.
12 Feb 16  1 CBH has revised its Pre-Pay Advantage (PPA) product in 2016, extending the repayment period.
WITH a good season in the Esperance area and solid cattle prices, the expectation was this year's Allegria Park Angus bull sale would go pretty well.
11 Feb 16 WITH a good season in the Esperance area and solid cattle prices, the expectation was this year's Allegria Park Angus bull sale would go pretty well.
By MAL GILL
HARVEY'S dairy industry has been hit by bushfire for the second time in less than a month.
On Monday afternoon a bushfire that was first reported at 2.30pm the previous day, burst out of tea tree scrub country onto the back of Graham Manning's dairy farm about 10 kilometres south west of Harvey.
Firefighters and neighbours helped Mr Manning battle the blaze in horrendous conditions
11 Feb 16 By MAL GILL HARVEY'S dairy industry has been hit by bushfire for the second time in less than a month. On Monday afternoon a bushfire that was first reported at 2.30pm the previous...
A WATCHDOG decision on competing bids for logistics, ports and rail freight operator Asciano Ltd has been delayed.
11 Feb 16 A WATCHDOG decision on competing bids for logistics, ports and rail freight operator Asciano Ltd has been delayed.
BWA growers can expect to be a prime target for multi-peril crop insurance products in 2016 as insurers broach the market on a widespread basis for the first time.
11 Feb 16 BWA growers can expect to be a prime target for multi-peril crop insurance products in 2016 as insurers broach the market on a widespread basis for the first time.
WHILE the solo Merino ewe shearing world record eluded shearer Beau Guelfi on Saturday, he achieved another aim, raising more than $12,000 for children's charity Variety.
10 Feb 16 WHILE the solo Merino ewe shearing world record eluded shearer Beau Guelfi on Saturday, he achieved another aim, raising more than $12,000 for children's charity Variety.
TIMING could be right for national freight rail access reform, CBH Group has suggested.
10 Feb 16  1 TIMING could be right for national freight rail access reform, CBH Group has suggested.
GROWERS caught up in the collapse of Superfert Dongbu last year can expect a pay out of about eight cents for every dollar lost.
10 Feb 16 GROWERS caught up in the collapse of Superfert Dongbu last year can expect a pay out of about eight cents for every dollar lost.
10 Feb 16  2 THREATS of legal action and a war of words have erupted in the grains sector following reports that a group of growers is considering a bid to corporatise grains co-operative CBH.
THE confidence in the beef industry was on show again on Monday when buyers pushed prices to a new national record of $24,000 for a Black Simmental bull at the Bonnydale on-property bull sale at Bridgetown.
08 Feb 16  1 THE confidence in the beef industry was on show again on Monday when buyers pushed prices to a new national record of $24,000 for a Black Simmental bull at the Bonnydale on-property bull...
WHEN Shorty Morcombe hooked his airseeder onto his tractor last November, just two days after the worst fire to ever hit the Esperance area had gone through his property, he wondered whether he was doing the right thing.
07 Feb 16 WHEN Shorty Morcombe hooked his airseeder onto his tractor last November, just two days after the worst fire to ever hit the Esperance area had gone through his property, he wondered...
URGENT negotiations last Thursday may have salvaged a Pilbara irrigated fodder project threatened by the closure of a mine supplying water.
07 Feb 16 URGENT negotiations last Thursday may have salvaged a Pilbara irrigated fodder project threatened by the closure of a mine supplying water.
FORMER CBH chairman Neil Wandel has predictably copped criticism for his stinging public attack last week of the current CBH Board.
07 Feb 16 FORMER CBH chairman Neil Wandel has predictably copped criticism for his stinging public attack last week of the current CBH Board.
ESPERANCE farmer Mic Fels wants a change in the approach to dealing with fire risk mitigation policies in regional areas.
06 Feb 16 ESPERANCE farmer Mic Fels wants a change in the approach to dealing with fire risk mitigation policies in regional areas.
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 malfunction to one of its two engines, after last year being marooned off...
GRILL'D burger restaurants across WA will support farmers within the Waroona-Harvey fire zone.
05 Feb 16 GRILL'D burger restaurants across WA will support farmers within the Waroona-Harvey fire zone.
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Yet another interesting development in the west I see and who will foot the bill for the
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I struggle to think of anything good govt has done in my lifetime. Roads are in a worse
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"those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve
A HIGH Court of Australia decision today has ended Kojonup organic grower Steve Marsh’s six-year battle for compensation over losing his organic certification.12 Feb 16 A HIGH Court of Australia decision today has ended Kojonup organic grower Steve Marsh’s six-year battle for...
By MAL GILL
HARVEY'S dairy industry has been hit by bushfire for the second time in less than a month.
On Monday afternoon a bushfire that was first reported at 2.30pm the previous day, burst out of tea tree scrub country onto the back of Graham Manning's dairy farm about 10 kilometres south west of Harvey.
Firefighters and neighbours helped Mr Manning battle the blaze in horrendous conditions 11 Feb 16 By MAL GILL HARVEY'S dairy industry has been hit by bushfire for the second time in less than a month. On Monday...