Agribusiness

At a $114 per tonne i feel like we have been bent over & abused .They went out of their way to encourage oats . Disappointing really dosnt quite embrace the rage , anger or disbelief .
01/03/17 06:54 AM
The author makes two great points:
1) Investment in people is a huge opportunity
2) Employees have to know why Companies that empower their employees to think and act like owners have a huge competitive advantage. This Forbes article provides additional useful information on how to make this happen:http://www.forbes.com/site s/fotschcase/2016/05/31/engage-yo ur-employees-in-making-money/
25/02/17 03:54 AM
The One Nation growth that raises the alert to the main parties, actually the Greens (viral party in Australia). Liberals and Labor seem losing the national security's concern, mostly the politicians want to retain the seats than the national interest, so they ignore the Sharia Law being threatened the Australia valuation and the Halal food certified despite the Australia is not a Muslim country. The minority imposes the alien culture into the adopted country that anger the people, so they have to support the One Nation. Let's put the national interest first.
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21/02/17 02:14 AM
The APVMA had 198 full/part time staff on 30 June, 2016. Peter, you note that the Joyce plan involves losing almost 40% of these. Location aside, any thoughts on how they'll do this and improve their current performance in the areas of agchem registration?
09/02/17 08:47 AM
You are a gonnas Vern. The troops are getting restless and see the 2017 CBH choke coming as soon as November.
09/02/17 12:48 AM

Cropping

Just wondering if either of these 3 men would be able to contact me? I would like to try growing quinoa in south west Victoria and would love to be able to speak to someone with some knowledge of the seed in australian conditions.
08/02/17 09:13 AM

General

The collection of a FSL should be designed to provide plant & equipment for fire fighting & emergency services, no to "top up" an organisation top heavy with management who treat with arrogance the local volunteer man on the ground. It would be just too easy to slip raised funds into a programme/project that is neither cost efficient or giving staff members something to do.
13/02/17 06:24 AM
I totally sympathise with you. We have a small scale pig farm in Victoria and have been trying to get common sense from our council for nearly 2 years. We did get a permit after 12 months with 60+ conditions that are not feasible or common sense. The word intensive which describes animals that are fed more than 50% of their diet from bought in pellets etc are being screwed by environmentalists and local governments. No other farmer has to comply with. Wake up Australia, farmers produce food in rural areas. Get out of your offices and spend a week on a farm with a farmer and see how hard it is.
11/02/17 12:05 PM

Machinery

Well done Steve,it is easy to see why Purchers have been so successful over 5 decades
23/03/17 10:46 PM

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Well done Steve,it is easy to see why Purchers have been so successful over 5 decades
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Reality of supply and demand. I remember many oat marketers including CBH saying while they were
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At a $114 per tonne i feel like we have been bent over & abused .They went out of their way to
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