Centre Plus WA tops at $9000

THE conclusion of the 2014 ram selling season has coincided with the end of an era for Centre Plus WA.
THE conclusion of the 2014 ram selling season has coincided with the end of an era for Centre Plus WA.
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A RAFT of proposals in Joyce's Ag Green Paper are unlikely to ever see the light of day because they conflict with government philosophy or are unaffordable. A RAFT of proposals in Joyce's Ag Green Paper are unlikely to ever see the light of day because they conflict with government philosophy or are unaffordable.
FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of Western Australia. FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of Western Australia.
A MAJOR cattle station in central Queensland has sold for a 50pc discount to what the vendor paid for it at the top of the market, alarming local landholders. A MAJOR cattle station in central Queensland has sold for a 50pc discount to what the vendor paid for it at the top of the market, alarming local landholders.
AS AACo brings its markets into sharper focus, the edges of what defines 'the company' are blurring. AS AACo brings its markets into sharper focus, the edges of what defines 'the company' are blurring.
DESPITE Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) closing its Perth office, its says WA will continue to be represented by a local team.
1:00 AM DESPITE Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) closing its Perth office, its says WA will continue to be represented by a local team.
A WA sheep farmer is working to change the perception of Australia's wool industry, by selling his story, and his wool direct to Europe.
It's the story behind Happy Sheeps that Mukinbudin farmer Stephen Sprigg hopes will attract buyers to his product and help highlight Australia as a clean, green wool market option in Europe.
1:00 AM A WA sheep farmer is working to change the perception of Australia's wool industry, by selling his story, and his wool direct to Europe. It's the story behind Happy Sheeps that...
Sheep - Wool
1:00 AM INCREASES to firearms licencing fees announced earlier this year will stand, despite two Liberal MPs crossing the floor to support Shooters and Fishers Party MP Rick Mazza in an attempt...
A DELEGATION of Liberal MPs will visit Indonesia in response to reports the WA Trade Office in Jakarta is to be closed.
31 Oct 14 A DELEGATION of Liberal MPs will visit Indonesia in response to reports the WA Trade Office in Jakarta is to be closed.
WA farmers have been slow to apply for the Federal Government's concessional loans schemes.
31 Oct 14 WA farmers have been slow to apply for the Federal Government's concessional loans schemes.
WHAT a season it has been for stud breeders, who have certainly reaped the rewards of growing confidence in the WA sheep industry.
31 Oct 14 WHAT a season it has been for stud breeders, who have certainly reaped the rewards of growing confidence in the WA sheep industry.
THE State Government will invest $20 million in the agriculture and food sector's biosecurity defences to help capture a share of growing international markets, including the use of smart phone technology in the early detection of pests and weeds.
31 Oct 14 THE State Government will invest $20 million in the agriculture and food sector's biosecurity defences to help capture a share of growing international markets, including the use of...
HAIL and flood damage throughout the WA grainbelt last week has caused an immediate but slight downgrade of 250,000 tonnes in the State's estimated grain harvest of 13.45 million tonnes.
31 Oct 14 HAIL and flood damage throughout the WA grainbelt last week has caused an immediate but slight downgrade of 250,000 tonnes in the State's estimated grain harvest of 13.45 million tonnes.
STATE Agriculture Minister Ken Baston has faced a grilling from the WA Greens over the future fate of legislation underpinning Genetically Modified crop production in WA.
31 Oct 14 STATE Agriculture Minister Ken Baston has faced a grilling from the WA Greens over the future fate of legislation underpinning Genetically Modified crop production in WA.
NEWS of the secret profit-sharing deal prompted the Wheatbelt Railway Retention Alliance (WRRA) to describe the current situation as a “disgrace” and question whether a corruption inquiry or Royal Commission was needed.
30 Oct 14 NEWS of the secret profit-sharing deal prompted the Wheatbelt Railway Retention Alliance (WRRA) to describe the current situation as a “disgrace” and question whether a corruption...
CBH says a potential conflict of interest in the WA Government's oversight of Brookfield Rail operating a privatised State-owned monopoly asset, while being incentivised to profit share with the commercial entity, must be urgently addressed.
30 Oct 14  1 CBH says a potential conflict of interest in the WA Government's oversight of Brookfield Rail operating a privatised State-owned monopoly asset, while being incentivised to profit share...
PASTORALISTS have nothing to fear from the desktop assessment on Rangeland leases conducted by the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA), according to acting executive director of biosecurity and regulation John Ruprecht.
30 Oct 14 PASTORALISTS have nothing to fear from the desktop assessment on Rangeland leases conducted by the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA), according to acting executive director of...
DEPARTMENT OF Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) director general Rob Delane has been reappointed for a further five years.
30 Oct 14 DEPARTMENT OF Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) director general Rob Delane has been reappointed for a further five years.
WELLARD has secured two contracts that, in total, will supply 22,500 dairy cattle to Sri Lanka.
29 Oct 14  1 WELLARD has secured two contracts that, in total, will supply 22,500 dairy cattle to Sri Lanka.
DESPITE lengthy discussions, the vermin cell fence extension still hasn't got off the ground.
29 Oct 14 DESPITE lengthy discussions, the vermin cell fence extension still hasn't got off the ground.
WITH the wet season about to hit the Kimberley, cattle sales are slowing in the north.
27 Oct 14 WITH the wet season about to hit the Kimberley, cattle sales are slowing in the north.
Cattle - Beef
PARENTS need to prepare themselves, just as much as their children, for children going away to boarding school.
The empty house can be harder on parents than they expect, and Women in Farming Enterprises (WIFE) annual seminar presenter Helen Devenish said a
27 Oct 14 PARENTS need to prepare themselves, just as much as their children, for children going away to boarding school. The empty house can be harder on parents than they expect, and Women in... | Distance no obstacle for Darkan...  | Advice to tackle tough...  | GALLERY: Women in Farming Enterprises...
MEAT and Livestock Australia (MLA) has announced it will be closing the doors of its Perth office.
26 Oct 14 MEAT and Livestock Australia (MLA) has announced it will be closing the doors of its Perth office.
NEW AuctionsPlus CEO Anna Speer wants to increase the number of online livestock and wool sales in WA.
26 Oct 14 NEW AuctionsPlus CEO Anna Speer wants to increase the number of online livestock and wool sales in WA.
A LITTLE communication can go a long way for many WA farming families, as the succession planning discussions continue to be avoided.
26 Oct 14 A LITTLE communication can go a long way for many WA farming families, as the succession planning discussions continue to be avoided.
THE Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) is ensuring everyone is in the clear when it comes to Rangeland pastoral leases.
25 Oct 14 THE Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) is ensuring everyone is in the clear when it comes to Rangeland pastoral leases. | PGA to review pastoral lease... 
PETER Baker, who farms with his father Barry and brothers Richard and Paul, recently acquired two new Case IH Axial-Flow 9230 combine harvesters for the summer season.
25 Oct 14 PETER Baker, who farms with his father Barry and brothers Richard and Paul, recently acquired two new Case IH Axial-Flow 9230 combine harvesters for the summer season.
DISTANCE was no obstacle for a group of Darkan women who gained a grant to attend the Women in Farming Enterprises (WIFE) annual seminar in Varley last week.
The busload of women who wanted more out of their regular coffee meet-ups used an Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) grant to fund their trip and learn what WIFE was about.
25 Oct 14 DISTANCE was no obstacle for a group of Darkan women who gained a grant to attend the Women in Farming Enterprises (WIFE) annual seminar in Varley last week. The busload of women who...
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Doctor Barney as Deputy Prime Minister is a horror movie in 3D, but it is halloween.
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In some ways you have a point Freshy but not totally. You are right to say farmers need to
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Yeah, that's right, FFS, in the 15th floor penthouse. How nice of you to remember. Are you going
NEWS of the secret profit-sharing deal prompted the Wheatbelt Railway Retention Alliance (WRRA) to describe the current situation as a “disgrace” and question whether a corruption inquiry or Royal Commission was needed.30 Oct 14 NEWS of the secret profit-sharing deal prompted the Wheatbelt Railway Retention Alliance (WRRA) to describe the...
CBH says a potential conflict of interest in the WA Government's oversight of Brookfield Rail operating a privatised State-owned monopoly asset, while being incentivised to profit share with the commercial entity, must be urgently addressed.30 Oct 14  1 CBH says a potential conflict of interest in the WA Government's oversight of Brookfield Rail operating a privatised...