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THERE’s more at stake with the banning of live sheep exports than what politicians and city dwellers think, according to the WA Grains Group (WAGG). 15 Jun 18 THERE’s more at stake with the banning of live sheep exports than what politicians and city dwellers think, according to the WA Grains Group (WAGG). WAGG, which represents more than 100 farmers with a range of operations, has been actively
IT’S the end of the line for the Sheep Industry Business Innovation (SIBI) project and the Sheep Alliance of WA (SAWA) after four years of State government funding dries up at the end of June. 15 Jun 18 . “Failing to continue this program is yet another example of the McGowan government’s disregard for WA’s $8 billion agricultural industry.“ There’s not much the Labor government is doing favourably for regional WA at the moment and as I keep saying, the
POSTGRADUATE Yaseen Khalil, from The University of WA’s (UWA) School of Agriculture and Environment presented the findings of his thesis, on interaction of pre-emergent herbicides and crop residues in WA’s no-tillage systems, at the Institute of Agriculture’s Frontiers in Agriculture showcase recently. 20 Jun 18 POSTGRADUATE Yaseen Khalil, from The University of WA’s (UWA) School of Agriculture and Environment presented the findings of his thesis, on interaction of pre-emergent herbicides and crop residues in WA’s no-tillage systems, at the Institute of
CHINESE customers are due to receive 250 tonnes of WA-grown field peas this week, after the first commercial containerised shipment of grain was exported out of Esperance 18 Jun 18 CHINESE customers are due to receive 250 tonnes of WA-grown field peas this week, after the first commercial containerised shipment of grain was exported out of Esperance. After a two-year effort to get the containerised grain venture off the
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  Primary Industries and Regional Development research officer Kim Brooksbank will deliver a presentation on the future of bioenergy at the Critical Horizons energy futures conference to be held in Collie on 7-8 June. The conference will focus on the future
THE STATE’S peak farming organisations have backed the CBH Group’s implementation of a drastic cost cutting program, as the co-operative attempts to close the gap between the cost of production in WA and its key competitors in the Black Sea region. 21 Jun 18 THE STATE’S peak farming organisations have backed the CBH Group’s implementation of a drastic cost cutting program, as the co-operative attempts to close the gap between the cost of production in WA and its key competitors in the Black Sea region
THE focus of the State Agriculture Minister Alannah MacTiernan was spelt out clearly at a closed-door meeting with sheep producers at Katanning last week. 02 Jun 18  backing of industry for a pause in the live sheep trade to the Middle East during the northern summer months, despite Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud saying that a temporary halt to the trade would not occur this year. WA farmer
FOUR WA agriculture and veterinary sciences student teams acquitted themselves well in the National Merino Challenge (NMC) competition at the Adelaide Showgrounds recently. 28 May 18 FOUR WA agriculture and veterinary sciences student teams acquitted themselves well in the National Merino Challenge (NMC) competition at the Adelaide Showgrounds recently. Murdoch University School of Veterinary and Life Sciences student Madison
27 May 18 THEIR role in WA’s record-breaking wool industry and the importance of fulfilling it completely and correctly was impressed on 20 trainee wool classers on a visit to Perth wool handling facilities recently. South Regional TAFE wool classing
BA GROUP of WA farmers have been conducting a letter campaign to preserve and defend the live export trade. 12 Jun 18 BA GROUP of WA farmers have been conducting a letter campaign to preserve and defend the live export trade. Michelle Gooding, Darkan, said members of her local farming group have been actively sending letters to both WA and Federal politicians to
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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
DESPITE big advances in agricultural technology, more conversation is needed for ag-tech experts to gain a greater understanding of what farmers need to enhance their businesses.21 Jun 18 DESPITE big advances in agricultural technology, more conversation is needed for ag-tech experts to gain a greater...
MURESK Institute has unveiled WA’s first demonstration SMART Farm at its inaugural Farm Smart Showcase.21 Jun 18 MURESK Institute has unveiled WA’s first demonstration SMART Farm at its inaugural Farm Smart Showcase.