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THE Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association (KPCA) has cautiously welcomed mandatory standards to the Animal Welfare Act 2002. 21 May 17  in WA and will ensure a national, consistent approach to animal welfare. Agriculture and Food Minister Alannah MacTiernan has taken action to adopt National Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines for livestock in WA. KPCA chairman David Stoate said
THE WA-manufactured Turbodrum is taking off in Victoria on the back of success in WA. 06 May 17 THE WA-manufactured Turbodrum is taking off in Victoria on the back of success in WA. And according to Victorian distributor Richard May it will become a 'must-have' for most grain growers. The Turbodrum is a retro-fitted harvester feed drum
LEADING Perth chefs and retailers joined Agriculture and Food Minister Alannah MacTiernan and horticulture industry leaders for the launch of the 2017 Bravo apple season at the Perth City Farm on Tuesday night. 10 May 17  making, has been described as exciting new choice for Australian consumers. The launch provided the perfect opportunity to showcase the striking burgundy apple, currently available in independent retailers and Woolworths stores in WA. Fruit West
PRIVATE label $1-a-litre retail milk and supermarket chain power have hurt farmgate pricing, WA dairy farmers believe.  They also believe “step-down” price reductions imposed by major Eastern States dairy processors Murray Goulburn and Fonterra on their milk suppliers last year had “flow-on” effects on WA’s dairy industry. 25 Apr 17 PRIVATE label $1-a-litre retail milk and supermarket chain power have hurt farmgate pricing, WA dairy farmers believe. They also believe “step-down” price reductions imposed by major Eastern States dairy processors Murray Goulburn and Fonterra on
FARMER and former Narrogin meat processor Peter “Polly” Trefort, Peppermint Beach, is the latest WA agricultural champion to be inducted into the Royal Agricultural Society of WA (RASWA) Agricultural Hall of Fame. 13 May 17 FARMER and former Narrogin meat processor Peter “Polly” Trefort, Peppermint Beach, is the latest WA agricultural champion to be inducted into the Royal Agricultural Society of WA (RASWA) Agricultural Hall of Fame. Surrounded by family, friends
WESTERN Australia’s wool clip has been selected to trial the commercial viability of using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to track wool bales. 4:00 AM WESTERN Australia’s wool clip has been selected to trial the commercial viability of using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to track wool bales. About 40 per cent of WA’s clip will have ultra-high frequency bale tags - that can be read from
ACCORDING to Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), Australia is one of the world’s most efficient producers of cattle. 30 Apr 17  2015/16 financial year valued Aussie exports of beef, veal and cattle at $10 billion with $8.5b of that figure attributed to beef and veal with the remaining $1.5b from the 1.2 million head of live cattle exported within the period. Further to this
THE tomato potato psyllid (TPP) was first detected in Western Australia just three months ago but the pest is here to stay, following a national decision that it cannot be eradicated from Australia. 05 May 17  detected in Perth in February and has since been found on more than 70 WA properties, following on-going surveillance by the Department of Food and Agriculture (DAFWA). But there has been no detection of CLso. Emergency interstate movement controls for
GALLAGHER's WA regional sales manager Craig Moynihan has been busy lately hosting part of his company's national Westonfence roadshow. 06 May 17 GALLAGHER's WA regional sales manager Craig Moynihan has been busy lately hosting part of his company's national Westonfence roadshow. And last week at Dardanup he teamed up with Westonfence operations manager Duncan Abbey to demonstrate the range
INSPIRATION rather than retaliation was the motive for a one-woman photographic tour of 16 working WA wool sheds to document the story of what happens with wool. 26 Apr 17 INSPIRATION rather than retaliation was the motive for a one-woman photographic tour of 16 working WA wool sheds to document the story of what happens with wool. Professional photographer and wool classer Chantel McAlister – she recently qualified
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$2.5 million over four years will only be soaked up by wages, redtape and protocols.
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And as per report of 2016, India stood at no. top in beef export with export value of 3680
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The customer is always right? And the customer (particularly for WA) doesnt want GM product, If
ELDERS will wrap up the sale of its live export business this month.20 May 17 ELDERS will wrap up the sale of its live export business this month.
AGRIBUSINESS is often defined as the movement of products from “paddock to plate”, so it is perhaps fitting that the force behind the Agribusiness Council of Australia (ACA) Roy Duncanson has had experience in all aspects of that chain.17 May 17 AGRIBUSINESS is often defined as the movement of products from “paddock to plate”, so it is perhaps fitting that the...