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TRACTOR sales throughout Australia in 2017 were the best since 1985. 12 Aug 18  sales year-to-date until June had recorded a 2pc rise to 6443 units, despite a 9pc increase in WA. Predictably with the droughts, Eastern States sales figures are down, including forward orders on headers and hay gear. But in WA a sales surge after the
HAVING active roles in WA’s wool and grains industries, Pingelly producer John Hassell realises the importance of having a say on remote decisions potentially affecting his livelihood. 13 Aug 18 HAVING active roles in WA’s wool and grains industries, Pingelly producer John Hassell realises the importance of having a say on remote decisions potentially affecting his livelihood. The former CBH Group director and WA’s representative on the
13 Aug 18  guests at last year’s fourth annual Heart of WA gala dinner at HBF Stadium. This year’s Heart of WA ball is on Saturday, September 1, at the Crown Towers ballroom. Mr Kensett-Smith was WA business manager for Koch Fertiliser Australia Ltd for about 12
A “perfect economic storm is brewing” for Western Australian livestock producers following the licence suspension of Australia’s largest sheep exporter Emanuel Exports in June, according to the Pastoralists and Graziers Association of WA (PGA). 06 Aug 18 A “perfect economic storm is brewing” for Western Australian livestock producers following the licence suspension of Australia’s largest sheep exporter Emanuel Exports in June, according to the Pastoralists and Graziers Association of WA (PGA). PGA
ABOUT a dozen WA farmers will be heading to Canberra this week to share their stories of financial hardship due to bank lending practices, in the hope of extending and expanding the Banking Royal Commission. 13 Aug 18 ABOUT a dozen WA farmers will be heading to Canberra this week to share their stories of financial hardship due to bank lending practices, in the hope of extending and expanding the Banking Royal Commission. A special ‘Extend the Banking Royal
RESEARCH, development and extension (RD+E) specific to WA’s dairy industry has been thrown a two-year financial life line by the State government. 04 Aug 18 RESEARCH, development and extension (RD+E) specific to WA’s dairy industry has been thrown a two-year financial life line by the State government. Opening WAFarmers’ annual dairy conference in Busselton last Thursday, Regional Development
LIVESTOCK producers struggling to control wild dogs and foxes will be able to use a new tool that has become available in WA.  Para-aminopropiophenone, or PAPP, is the active ingredient used in new toxic baits developed for the management of wild dogs and foxes in Australia. 06 Aug 18 LIVESTOCK producers struggling to control wild dogs and foxes will be able to use a new tool that has become available in WA. Para-aminopropiophenone, or PAPP, is the active ingredient used in new toxic baits developed for the management of wild
GRAIN growers attending upcoming events in the Geraldton port zone will learn about new research that aims to generate information that can provide growers with better guidelines for using potassium (K) more strategically and profitably. 20 Jul 18 , talk with researchers leading local RCSN projects and speak with GRDC Western Regional Panel members and RCSN representatives. Professor Bell said fertilisers were one of the highest variable costs for WA grain growers and, due to changes in climate
THE Livestock and Rural Transporters Association of WA (LRTAWA) will be stepping up its fight to preserve the live export trade in coming months as its members have been directly impacted by no sheep being live exported since early June. 14 Aug 18 THE Livestock and Rural Transporters Association of WA (LRTAWA) will be stepping up its fight to preserve the live export trade in coming months as its members have been directly impacted by no sheep being live exported since early June. LRTAWA
POPANYINNING producer and WAMMCO International director Dawson Bradford has played an integral part in the development of the nation’s largest lamb-focused event, LambEx. 23 Jul 18  have it return to WA. “It’s a great event and a great occasion and WAMMCO are very proud to be a major partner at LambEx 2018.” Mr Bradford said the 2010 event had more than 500 delegates, including 50 from interstate. “It was initially a very
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They'd be better off following Minister MacTiernan's suggestion and putting the money into a
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So very obvious that not all Vets are animal- friendly. Seems there are those who support and
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My goodness. Sheep won't have to be fed,,transported or shorn any more and all those people will
RESEARCH, development and extension (RD+E) specific to WA’s dairy industry has been thrown a two-year financial life line by the State government.04 Aug 18 RESEARCH, development and extension (RD+E) specific to WA’s dairy industry has been thrown a two-year financial life...
ELDERS senior management and staff joined together for their annual livestock and wool conference at the Trade Winds Hotel, Fremantle recently.03 Aug 18 ELDERS senior management and staff joined together for their annual livestock and wool conference at the Trade Winds...