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GRAIN farmers have cautiously welcomed fresh positive signals by WA Labor, indicating a shift in attitude towards accepting the use of plant biotechnology. 18 Jan 17 GRAIN farmers have cautiously welcomed fresh positive signals by WA Labor, indicating a shift in attitude towards accepting the use of plant biotechnology. It comes ahead of the March 11 State election and after Labor's staunch resistance to
BEEF producers looking to put more meat and muscle into their calves are encouraged to attend the sixth annual WA Charolais Bull Sale. 2:00 AM BEEF producers looking to put more meat and muscle into their calves are encouraged to attend the sixth annual WA Charolais Bull Sale. The sale will be held at the Brunswick showgrounds sale complex on Thursday, February 2, commencing at 1pm and
THE doors were thrown open at Sheron Farm, Benger, on January 12, to give a close up look at one of WA's newest Angus studs. 2:00 AM THE doors were thrown open at Sheron Farm, Benger, on January 12, to give a close up look at one of WA's newest Angus studs. Stud principals Jim and Julia Moore, along with connections Steve and Sandy Elliot and staff, invited the public to inspect
A MORE than $54 million funding boost to WA's grains research and development has been welcomed by the industry but there is yet to be a decision on how grains R&D will be managed. 28 Dec 16  $8b in exports for WA and accounts for almost half the national grain growing capacity so it is very important that we increase profitability on our farms and in every paddock," Mr Lewis said. "We're obviously a significant part of the national
GRAIN traders and advisers are predicting little movement in the price across all grains in the first quarter of 2017. 13 Jan 17  quality can be suspect," he said. According to the Australian Export Grains Industry Council (AEGIC), Russia harvested a record 71.9mt in 2016 and has increased its winter wheat plantings by 1 per cent. The Ukraine increased its wheat plantings by 4pc
FORMER bull rider and rodeo proprietor Rod Caddies and Katanning shire deputy president and local business owner Craig McKinley are in the box seat to stand for One Nation in the Agricultural region at the up-coming WA election. 18 Jan 17 FORMER bull rider and rodeo proprietor Rod Caddies and Katanning shire deputy president and local business owner Craig McKinley are in the box seat to stand for One Nation in the Agricultural region at the up-coming WA election. Both candidates
NEW WA One Nation leader Colin Tincknell believes his party can knock-off The Nationals WA as the State's third-most powerful political force. 14 Jan 17 NEW WA One Nation leader Colin Tincknell believes his party can knock-off The Nationals WA as the State's third-most powerful political force. "We can make firm in-roads at this year's election and then deliver a killer-blow in another four years
IN its third year of competition, the annual Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate Challenge attracted plenty of interest from cattle producers throughout WA. 17 Jan 17 IN its third year of competition, the annual Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate Challenge attracted plenty of interest from cattle producers throughout WA. At its open day last Saturday, 59 cattle teams were penned at the Mt Barker Regional Saleyards which
A WA company producing Sulphate of Potash (SoP) fertiliser in the Little Sandy Desert to replace imports with export product became a step closer last week. 28 Dec 16 A WA company producing Sulphate of Potash (SoP) fertiliser in the Little Sandy Desert to replace imports with export product became a step closer last week. Kalium Lakes Ltd (KLL) plans to produce SoP from brine pumped from under a chain of salt
A PERMANENT head of the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) will not be appointed until after the March 11 State election. 16 Jan 17 A PERMANENT head of the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) will not be appointed until after the March 11 State election. The Public Sector Commission (PSC) last week confirmed the selection process to choose a new DAFWA director general
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LEON Bradley was the modest but forthright intellectual mastermind behind the long-running farmer campaign that usurped Australia's once giant AWB wheat export single desk monopoly, by relentlessly prosecuting an impenetrable argument that applied fierce dedication to objective evidence and free enterprise principles.
Leon was born to Frank and Doreen Bradley on October 11, 194921 Jan 17 LEON Bradley was the modest but forthright intellectual mastermind behind the long-running farmer campaign that...
ALL signs are the blistering cattle market fervour that has pushed southern weaner prices to 'once-in-a-lifetime' levels still has a fair amount of strength.
20 Jan 17 ALL signs are the blistering cattle market fervour that has pushed southern weaner prices to 'once-in-a-lifetime'...