MoU breaks ground in understanding Asia

WA's agricultural sector is moving to take better advantage of export opportunities to Asia and the world, as ground is broken through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China's largest food processing manufacturer and trader.
WA's agricultural sector is moving to take better advantage of export opportunities to Asia and the world, as ground is broken through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China's largest food processing manufacturer and trader.
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PHILLIP Hughes was a grounded young man, who never lost his passion for life on the land as his cricketing career took off. PHILLIP Hughes was a grounded young man, who never lost his passion for life on the land as his cricketing career took off.
BIOTECH company ART and Chinese dairy giant Shanghai Dairy are setting up a lab near Shanghai to accelerate herd growth using IVF technology. BIOTECH company ART and Chinese dairy giant Shanghai Dairy are setting up a lab near Shanghai to accelerate herd growth using IVF technology.
THE chief of Australia's biggest sheep research body can't understand why so many Merino sheep breeders continue to ignore genetic selection tools. THE chief of Australia's biggest sheep research body can't understand why so many Merino sheep breeders continue to ignore genetic selection tools.
ALTHOUGH global confidence in ag machinery has weakened, no-one visiting the EIMA expo in Italy could come away with a negative view. ALTHOUGH global confidence in ag machinery has weakened, no-one visiting the EIMA expo in Italy could come away with a negative view.
BLONDE d'Aquitaine-infused cattle impressed at the annual Bridgetown Agricultural Show's trade cattle judging last weekend.
1:00 AM BLONDE d'Aquitaine-infused cattle impressed at the annual Bridgetown Agricultural Show's trade cattle judging last weekend.
Cattle - Beef
1:00 AM THE topic of Charolais silver calves was a hot one at last week's WA Charolais Society field day.
Cattle - Beef
WA's CBH Group has received national recognition as the premier co-operative in Australia.
28 Nov 14  5 WA's CBH Group has received national recognition as the premier co-operative in Australia.
THE new director general of the Department of Regional Development is excited about the future opportunities in developing WA's regional communities.
28 Nov 14 THE new director general of the Department of Regional Development is excited about the future opportunities in developing WA's regional communities.
JOHN Snooke and Duncan Young may share similar demographics in terms of their age, farming locations and what they produce.
28 Nov 14 JOHN Snooke and Duncan Young may share similar demographics in terms of their age, farming locations and what they produce.
BEVERLEY graingrower Duncan Young will graduate from an  enlightening agripolitical apprenticeship when he's elevated to president of the WAFarmers Grains Council early next year.
28 Nov 14 BEVERLEY graingrower Duncan Young will graduate from an enlightening agripolitical apprenticeship when he's elevated to president of the WAFarmers Grains Council early next year.
ANTI-GM cropping farmers have joined to form the GM-Free Farmers group, a united voice opposed to GM food production.
28 Nov 14  12 ANTI-GM cropping farmers have joined to form the GM-Free Farmers group, a united voice opposed to GM food production.
WITH the Free Trade Agreement between China and Australia now signed, hopes are high that benefits will flow back to producers. Farm Weekly journalists JACINTA BOLSENBROEK and RACHAEL ANDREWS spoke to representatives of WA's agricultural sector to gauge their expectations on how WA growers might benefit from the deal.
27 Nov 14 WITH the Free Trade Agreement between China and Australia now signed, hopes are high that benefits will flow back to producers. Farm Weekly journalists JACINTA BOLSENBROEK and RACHAEL...
MALAYSIAN company KLK Farms Pty Ltd has increased its land portfolio with the purchase of the Brookdale property at Arthur River.
27 Nov 14  1 MALAYSIAN company KLK Farms Pty Ltd has increased its land portfolio with the purchase of the Brookdale property at Arthur River.
WA National Party leader Terry Redman has launched an impassioned defence of Royalties for Regions (RfR), saying his party's signature policy won't be made a scapegoat or
27 Nov 14 WA National Party leader Terry Redman has launched an impassioned defence of Royalties for Regions (RfR), saying his party's signature policy won't be made a scapegoat or "culprit" for...
MUCHEA Livestock Centre has been described by members of the livestock industry as nothing short of a shambles.
27 Nov 14  1 MUCHEA Livestock Centre has been described by members of the livestock industry as nothing short of a shambles.
WELL known WA Nationals member Terry “Tuck” Waldron has announced his retirement from cabinet.
26 Nov 14 WELL known WA Nationals member Terry “Tuck” Waldron has announced his retirement from cabinet.
A CONTINGENT of WAFarmers representatives were invited to meet with Premier Colin Barnett and Transport Minister Dean Nalder as a group of disgruntled protesters called for the re-opening of Tier 3 rail in a rally held on the steps of Parliament House on Tuesday.
26 Nov 14  2 A CONTINGENT of WAFarmers representatives were invited to meet with Premier Colin Barnett and Transport Minister Dean Nalder as a group of disgruntled protesters called for the...
TERRY Redman has defended Royalties for Regions, saying the signature policy won’t take the flak for a softening State income.
26 Nov 14 TERRY Redman has defended Royalties for Regions, saying the signature policy won’t take the flak for a softening State income.
WHILE cattle numbers in Australian feedlots increased by 7pc in the September quarter, WA's numbers have fallen to 11,423 cattle on feed, down from 29,396 head.
24 Nov 14 WHILE cattle numbers in Australian feedlots increased by 7pc in the September quarter, WA's numbers have fallen to 11,423 cattle on feed, down from 29,396 head.
Cattle - Beef
MUCH to the relief of local farms, the Yilgarn Gap in the dog fence has closed.
24 Nov 14 MUCH to the relief of local farms, the Yilgarn Gap in the dog fence has closed.
A BREAKTHROUGH deal has been signed in Derby which will help develop a template for West Kimberley pastoral projects and build the State's international beef trade.
23 Nov 14 A BREAKTHROUGH deal has been signed in Derby which will help develop a template for West Kimberley pastoral projects and build the State's international beef trade.
FAMILIES in country areas will be able to apply to keep their Year 7 aged children at primary school until the end of 2017, but there is no chance of an exception beyond then.
23 Nov 14 FAMILIES in country areas will be able to apply to keep their Year 7 aged children at primary school until the end of 2017, but there is no chance of an exception beyond then.
THE Kimberley Cattlemen's Association (KCA) is getting ready to take on its first new members.
22 Nov 14 THE Kimberley Cattlemen's Association (KCA) is getting ready to take on its first new members.
INDUSTRY groups, conferences and training days are regular occurrences at the Muresk Institute as management works to rejuvenate the campus and ensure its future.
22 Nov 14 INDUSTRY groups, conferences and training days are regular occurrences at the Muresk Institute as management works to rejuvenate the campus and ensure its future.
A UNIQUE umbrella branding for Australian is a reality with the Australian Sino Hundred Year Agricultural and Food Safety Partnership.
22 Nov 14 A UNIQUE umbrella branding for Australian is a reality with the Australian Sino Hundred Year Agricultural and Food Safety Partnership.
A CLOSER relationship with industry and a focus on producing people with job-ready skills will be the future for the Muresk Institute.
21 Nov 14  1 A CLOSER relationship with industry and a focus on producing people with job-ready skills will be the future for the Muresk Institute.
AUSTRALIA'S richest woman Gina Rinehart's move into the dairy industry will not sound the death knell of family-owned farms.
21 Nov 14  5 AUSTRALIA'S richest woman Gina Rinehart's move into the dairy industry will not sound the death knell of family-owned farms.
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WA's agricultural sector is moving to take better advantage of export opportunities to Asia and the world, as ground is broken through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China's largest food processing manufacturer and trader.1:00 AM WA's agricultural sector is moving to take better advantage of export opportunities to Asia and the world, as ground...
WITH the Free Trade Agreement between China and Australia now signed, hopes are high that benefits will flow back to producers. Farm Weekly journalists JACINTA BOLSENBROEK and RACHAEL ANDREWS spoke to representatives of WA's agricultural sector to gauge their expectations on how WA growers might benefit from the deal.27 Nov 14 WITH the Free Trade Agreement between China and Australia now signed, hopes are high that benefits will flow back to...