Wheat industry finds the power of flour

USING a soft flour will leave your pasta gloopy, while type 00 flour is a no-no for biscuits.
USING a soft flour will leave your pasta gloopy, while type 00 flour is a no-no for biscuits.
WHAT is currently classed as feed one or feed two barley needs to be renamed food grade barley.
04 May 18 WHAT is currently classed as feed one or feed two barley needs to be renamed food grade barley.
THE investment made by growers in machinery purchases is second only to that made in land and optimising this investment can benefit farm profitability.
04 May 18 THE investment made by growers in machinery purchases is second only to that made in land and optimising this investment can benefit farm profitability.
The farm sector is getting nervous next week’s pre-election Federal Budget may end up sacrificing sensible taxation reform for a hotchpotch of fiscal sweeteners and trinkets pitched at marginal seat voters.
04 May 18 The farm sector is getting nervous next week’s pre-election Federal Budget may end up sacrificing sensible taxation reform for a hotchpotch of fiscal sweeteners and trinkets pitched at...
AFTER 12 years with Rural Press/Fairfax Agricultural Media, including seven and a half years in the federal Parliamentary Press Gallery, it’s time to sign-off on journalism for now.
04 May 18  1 AFTER 12 years with Rural Press/Fairfax Agricultural Media, including seven and a half years in the federal Parliamentary Press Gallery, it’s time to sign-off on journalism for now.
Cattle Council regards the announcement made by Labor to support a ban of live sheep exports as reckless and ill-informed.
04 May 18 Cattle Council regards the announcement made by Labor to support a ban of live sheep exports as reckless and ill-informed.
LABOR has been broadly slammed for a “reckless” decision to backflip on policy and support banning live sheep exports; a move critics say punishes farmers and others that have done nothing wrong.
04 May 18 LABOR has been broadly slammed for a “reckless” decision to backflip on policy and support banning live sheep exports; a move critics say punishes farmers and others that have done...
MODERN day shepherd and acclaimed author from the Lake District in Northern England, James Rebanks, will be the keynote speaker at LambEx 2018 in Perth from Sunday, August 5 to Tuesday, August 7.
03 May 18 MODERN day shepherd and acclaimed author from the Lake District in Northern England, James Rebanks, will be the keynote speaker at LambEx 2018 in Perth from Sunday, August 5 to Tuesday,...
03 May 18 PREVENTING premature deaths and improving the health of lambs through vaccinations was a major point of discussion at the recent Sheep Health Workshop at Katanning.
PREVENTING premature deaths and improving the health of lambs through vaccinations was a major point of discussion at the recent Sheep Health Workshop at Katanning.
03 May 18 PREVENTING premature deaths and improving the health of lambs through vaccinations was a major point of discussion at the recent Sheep Health Workshop at Katanning.
02 May 18 THE Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development has wrapped up autumn surveillance for the tomato potato psyllid (TPP), with no detections of a damaging plant bacteria...
QUINDANNING was home to 14 shearers involved in the Shear Easy training program designed to improve the health of shearers and their skills in the trade recently.
02 May 18 QUINDANNING was home to 14 shearers involved in the Shear Easy training program designed to improve the health of shearers and their skills in the trade recently.
MANJIMUP apple growers already hit by low prices for their fruit could face another financial blow later this year by having to start paying their casual workers overtime.
02 May 18 MANJIMUP apple growers already hit by low prices for their fruit could face another financial blow later this year by having to start paying their casual workers overtime.
THE WA Meat Industry Authority (WAMIA) is sticking to its guns with the cattle sale date change scheduled to begin from Wednesday July 4, at the Muchea Livestock Centre (MLC), despite opposition from livestock agents.
02 May 18 THE WA Meat Industry Authority (WAMIA) is sticking to its guns with the cattle sale date change scheduled to begin from Wednesday July 4, at the Muchea Livestock Centre (MLC), despite...
A GROUP of wool producers will soon see their product featured in the MerinoSnug apparel at the Williams Woolshed after a deal was struck to be part of the Australian Wool Network (AWN) branding of local produce.
02 May 18 A GROUP of wool producers will soon see their product featured in the MerinoSnug apparel at the Williams Woolshed after a deal was struck to be part of the Australian Wool Network (AWN)...
Sheep - Wool
THE CBH Group has broken its own record for the longest and largest grain train in Australia, after a train the length of 155 trucks passed through the eastern Wheatbelt last week, carrying 9000 tonnes of wheat.
30 Apr 18 THE CBH Group has broken its own record for the longest and largest grain train in Australia, after a train the length of 155 trucks passed through the eastern Wheatbelt last week,...
30 Apr 18 REDUCED tariffs into the lucrative Japanese market headline a host of benefits for the Australian grains industry from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP-11), according to Grain Growers...
ELDERS Past Employees Association (EPEA) held a get together and membership drive at the historic Prince of Wales Hotel, Bunbury, last week and the response was overwhelming.
29 Apr 18 ELDERS Past Employees Association (EPEA) held a get together and membership drive at the historic Prince of Wales Hotel, Bunbury, last week and the response was overwhelming.
A NEW agricultural information technology business is confident its package of products will allow farmers to transform the way they manage on-farm grain storage and marketing programs.
29 Apr 18 A NEW agricultural information technology business is confident its package of products will allow farmers to transform the way they manage on-farm grain storage and marketing programs.
STORMS last month signalled the start of seeding for a few farmers in the Mukinbudin area who began by putting in Roundup Ready canola from Easter Monday.
29 Apr 18 STORMS last month signalled the start of seeding for a few farmers in the Mukinbudin area who began by putting in Roundup Ready canola from Easter Monday.
TAMMIN farmer Brad Jones has been stirring up the dust at the start of seeding, but with moisture in the lower profile of the subsoil, he is confident the oats and Roundup Ready canola going in won’t germinate yet.
28 Apr 18 TAMMIN farmer Brad Jones has been stirring up the dust at the start of seeding, but with moisture in the lower profile of the subsoil, he is confident the oats and Roundup Ready canola...
28 Apr 18 BAITING strategies to control mice can vary from farm to farm but one thing all experts agree on is for the need to protect newly sown crop.
KOJANEERUP farmer Scott Smith is one of the farmers who started their 2018 seeding programs earlier across Western Australia.
28 Apr 18 KOJANEERUP farmer Scott Smith is one of the farmers who started their 2018 seeding programs earlier across Western Australia.
AGAINST a backdrop of threatened tariffs on United States beef fuelled by Beijing-Washington tensions, China continues to open its doors to the world’s beef.
27 Apr 18 AGAINST a backdrop of threatened tariffs on United States beef fuelled by Beijing-Washington tensions, China continues to open its doors to the world’s beef.
Cattle - Beef
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The government declared they would not act in an emotional manner and would listen to the
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Seems that many farmers will try to defend the live export of their animals - despite the
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The Live Export Industry will receive a warning from the Minister from Agriculture, a real tough
Farmers and agricultural stakeholders can find out more about opportunities to generate energy from farm business waste to provide a new income stream or reduce running costs, and help regional communities to solve waste issues.01 Jun 18 Farmers and agricultural stakeholders can find out more about opportunities to generate energy from farm business...
The $2.3 trillion Australian superannuation industry’s apparent extreme lack of interest in investing in agriculture is to be the focus of a parliamentary inquiry.25 May 18 The $2.3 trillion Australian superannuation industry’s apparent extreme lack of interest in investing in agriculture...