Balco welcomes Chinese investor

SOUTH Australian hay exporter Balco Australia, which also has a depot at Brookton, has become the latest local company to welcome foreign investment, entering into a joint venture with Chinese feed importer Shanghai Yanhua Hi-Tech in an effort to expand its market opportunities in China.
SOUTH Australian hay exporter Balco Australia, which also has a depot at Brookton, has become the latest local company to welcome foreign investment, entering into a joint venture with Chinese feed importer Shanghai Yanhua Hi-Tech in an effort to expand its market opportunities in China.
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IT takes a lot to make a climatologist go 'wow' these days, but on May 18, there were plenty of 'wows' in the Bureau of Meteorology’s office. IT takes a lot to make a climatologist go 'wow' these days, but on May 18, there were plenty of 'wows' in the Bureau of Meteorology’s office.
THE government needs to stop commissioning endless reports into rail infrastructure and let the building begin, says Luke Fraser. THE government needs to stop commissioning endless reports into rail infrastructure and let the building begin, says Luke Fraser.
TAX depreciation measures for farmers announced in the 2015 Federal Budget will be brought forward to this year. TAX depreciation measures for farmers announced in the 2015 Federal Budget will be brought forward to this year.
THE Australian Made Campaign is teaming up with RANGEme to help give Aussie growers and manufacturers a competitive edge. THE Australian Made Campaign is teaming up with RANGEme to help give Aussie growers and manufacturers a competitive edge.
VALUES reached $9500 for an Angus bull to cap off the extremely strong Monterey Murray Grey and Angus seventh annual winter bull sale last week at Brunswick.
2:00 AM VALUES reached $9500 for an Angus bull to cap off the extremely strong Monterey Murray Grey and Angus seventh annual winter bull sale last week at Brunswick.
Cattle - Beef
WA cattle prices continue to soar with Independent Rural Agents - Pemberton holding a red hot weekly sale on AuctionsPlus on Monday.
2:00 AM WA cattle prices continue to soar with Independent Rural Agents - Pemberton holding a red hot weekly sale on AuctionsPlus on Monday.
Cattle - Beef
YEALERING farmer Chris Walton is currently sowing his 44th crop and planting a far bigger program than if had he not grown saltbush on his property to arrest encroaching salinity.
2:00 AM YEALERING farmer Chris Walton is currently sowing his 44th crop and planting a far bigger program than if had he not grown saltbush on his property to arrest encroaching salinity.
A SECOND invitation asking animal rights activist Jona Weinhofen whether he will come to WA to attend a shearing school to learn about what he was campaigning for, has been sent by WAFarmers.
1:00 AM A SECOND invitation asking animal rights activist Jona Weinhofen whether he will come to WA to attend a shearing school to learn about what he was campaigning for, has been sent by...
WITH 29 potential wool classers watching with interest at the Western Wool Centre (WWC) on Wednesday last week, the wool market began a recovery from the previous Thursday's correction.
1:00 AM WITH 29 potential wool classers watching with interest at the Western Wool Centre (WWC) on Wednesday last week, the wool market began a recovery from the previous Thursday's correction.
Sheep - Wool
EXISTING leaseholders at Kwinana are hoping to retain their place at the port as a State Government announcement throws the nearing capacity Fremantle Port into its latest round of asset sales.
1:00 AM EXISTING leaseholders at Kwinana are hoping to retain their place at the port as a State Government announcement throws the nearing capacity Fremantle Port into its latest round of asset...
IF producing beef was a reality show then 180 head of prime yearling beef have just gone under the most public judgement and scrutiny in the inaugural Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate feedlot challenge.
28 May 15 IF producing beef was a reality show then 180 head of prime yearling beef have just gone under the most public judgement and scrutiny in the inaugural Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate feedlot...
Cattle - Beef
TIME is running out to get your entries in to win a Toyota HiLux ute courtesy of New Town Toyota and Kalamunda Toyota which have again joined forces with Farm Weekly to provide this great prize for one lucky Farm Weekly subscriber.
28 May 15 TIME is running out to get your entries in to win a Toyota HiLux ute courtesy of New Town Toyota and Kalamunda Toyota which have again joined forces with Farm Weekly to provide this...
NAB Agribusiness Rising Champion Initiative applications are open.
28 May 15 NAB Agribusiness Rising Champion Initiative applications are open.
CCTV could be installed at the Muchea Livestock Centre as part of an upgrade to be carried out by the facilities manager, the WA Meat Industry Authority.
28 May 15 CCTV could be installed at the Muchea Livestock Centre as part of an upgrade to be carried out by the facilities manager, the WA Meat Industry Authority.
GRAZING and cropping land led a marginal rise in the median value of WA farmland last year, shows a report based on farm sales data launched yesterday.
28 May 15 GRAZING and cropping land led a marginal rise in the median value of WA farmland last year, shows a report based on farm sales data launched yesterday.
28 May 15 FIFTY WA growers are still to find out if fertiliser contracts with Superfert Dongbu will be honoured, despite a creditors meeting being held on Monday.
THE WA Nationals want Northam to be the base for the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).
28 May 15  10 THE WA Nationals want Northam to be the base for the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).
GRAZING and cropping land led a marginal rise in the median value of WA farmland last year, shows a report based on farm sales data launched today.
27 May 15 GRAZING and cropping land led a marginal rise in the median value of WA farmland last year, shows a report based on farm sales data launched today.
ARGUABLY the four biggest issues facing WA farmers, in no particular order are weeds, non-wetting sands, soil pH and costs.
27 May 15 ARGUABLY the four biggest issues facing WA farmers, in no particular order are weeds, non-wetting sands, soil pH and costs.
AUSTRALIAN students will be able to learn more about the nation's important agriculture sector, with the release of a new range of online resources.
27 May 15 AUSTRALIAN students will be able to learn more about the nation's important agriculture sector, with the release of a new range of online resources.
BROWNES Dairy, Balcatta and Mundella Foods, Mundijong, shared honours as WA's main gold-medal winners at last Thursday's Dairy Industry Association of Australia (DIAA) annual awards for excellence.
24 May 15 BROWNES Dairy, Balcatta and Mundella Foods, Mundijong, shared honours as WA's main gold-medal winners at last Thursday's Dairy Industry Association of Australia (DIAA) annual awards for...
DESPITE lots of encouragement, there has been little action when it comes to WA's concessional loans schemes, according to Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) president Tony Seabrook.
24 May 15 DESPITE lots of encouragement, there has been little action when it comes to WA's concessional loans schemes, according to Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) president Tony...
WITH the winter months closing in, many people are reaching for their wool clothing and bedding to keep them warm.
23 May 15 WITH the winter months closing in, many people are reaching for their wool clothing and bedding to keep them warm.
BADGEBUP farmer Nathan Garlick and his family have been recognised for their innovative attitude to prime lamb production.
23 May 15 BADGEBUP farmer Nathan Garlick and his family have been recognised for their innovative attitude to prime lamb production.
Sheep - Meat
SOUTH West and South Coast dairy farmers relying on centre-pivot irrigators to grow feed for their herds could face a hike of more than $1100 a month in their power bills after July.
23 May 15 SOUTH West and South Coast dairy farmers relying on centre-pivot irrigators to grow feed for their herds could face a hike of more than $1100 a month in their power bills after July.
THE Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) hasn't fared well in this year's State Budget with plans for a new headquarters pulled and more staff cuts coming.
23 May 15  3 THE Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) hasn't fared well in this year's State Budget with plans for a new headquarters pulled and more staff cuts coming.
A LONG history of selective breeding and a good reputation gave buyers confidence as they bid to a $2320 top price for cows with calves at foot at the Serena Park Angus herd dispersal last week.
22 May 15 A LONG history of selective breeding and a good reputation gave buyers confidence as they bid to a $2320 top price for cows with calves at foot at the Serena Park Angus herd dispersal...
Cattle - Beef
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I went into a shop and asked for a litre of milk. The assistant said 5 dollars please. I said I
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Nico, the UN's IPCC accepted satellite temperature data sets (RSS & UAH) pretty well concur that
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this climate stuff is hocus pokus. I have seen these seasonal forecasts be miles out too often.
SOUTH Australian hay exporter Balco Australia, which also has a depot at Brookton, has become the latest local company to welcome foreign investment, entering into a joint venture with Chinese feed importer Shanghai Yanhua Hi-Tech in an effort to expand its market opportunities in China.8:42 AM SOUTH Australian hay exporter Balco Australia, which also has a depot at Brookton, has become the latest local...
TIME is running out to get your entries in to win a Toyota HiLux ute courtesy of New Town Toyota and Kalamunda Toyota which have again joined forces with Farm Weekly to provide this great prize for one lucky Farm Weekly subscriber.28 May 15 TIME is running out to get your entries in to win a Toyota HiLux ute courtesy of New Town Toyota and Kalamunda...