WA grain receival sites breaking records

Over 600,000t in receivals from Esperance and Albany.

10 DEC 2018

Agronomy

WA grain receival sites breaking records
WA grain receival sites breaking records
WA grain receival sites breaking records

Soil project will put Australian science into farmers' hands

A new project is aiming to develop digital tools using soil science.

10 DEC 2018

Soils

Soil project will put Australian science into farmers' hands
Soil project will put Australian science into farmers' hands
Soil project will put Australian science into farmers' hands

Changes to using 2,4D cause concern about spray drift

Grain producers asked to avoid night spraying when it comes to summer weed control.

07 DEC 2018

Weeds

Changes to using 2,4D cause concern about spray drift
Changes to using 2,4D cause concern about spray drift
Changes to using 2,4D cause concern about spray drift

Registrations open for 2019 Grains Research Update

The Annual GDRC Grains Research Update for 2019 is now open for registration.

07 DEC 2018

Agronomy

Registrations open for 2019 Grains Research Update
Registrations open for 2019 Grains Research Update

New perennial forage legume released

Commercial quantities of tedera var. Lanza seed to be harvested this month.

12 DEC 2018

Pastures

New perennial forage legume released
New perennial forage legume released
New perennial forage legume released
New perennial forage legume released

New year means new tagging requirements

Victoria continues to make inroads on sheep NLIS requirements.

12 DEC 2018

Sheep

New year means new tagging requirements
New year means new tagging requirements
New year means new tagging requirements

New standard for grain fed cattle announced

The new GFF Standard means farmers can feed the cattle grain for 35 days and reap the benefits.

12 DEC 2018

Beef

New standard for grain fed cattle announced
New standard for grain fed cattle announced

Smart tongue can help with detection

The CSIRO has developed an artificial tongue to help with the detection of lactose.

Smart tongue can help with detection
Smart tongue can help with detection
Smart tongue can help with detection

New app delivers daily sheep and cattle pricing

Easy access day-to-day livestock prices from across the country.

New app delivers daily sheep and cattle pricing
New app delivers daily sheep and cattle pricing
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Kubota teams up with Escorts

Kubota and Escorts Ltd in India will manufacture 50,000 tractors a year.

12 DEC 2018

Tractors

Kubota teams up with Escorts
Kubota teams up with Escorts
Kubota teams up with Escorts
Kubota teams up with Escorts

Controlled consultation may help compaction

Controlled traffic farming may be an option worth looking at.

10 DEC 2018

Farm equipment

Controlled consultation may help compaction
Controlled consultation may help compaction
Controlled consultation may help compaction

LiuGong turns 60

LiuGong has produced more than 400,000 wheeled loaders.

05 DEC 2018

Farm equipment

LiuGong turns 60
LiuGong turns 60

Maize harvest record broken by Lexion

A Claas Lexion has been involved in a new corn harvesting world record.

03 DEC 2018

Harvesting

Maize harvest record broken by Lexion
Maize harvest record broken by Lexion
Maize harvest record broken by Lexion

Utes tackle road and gravel

Kondinin Group's research team has hit the test track with three utes.

03 DEC 2018

Farm equipment

Utes tackle road and gravel
Utes tackle road and gravel
Utes tackle road and gravel

Steiger is 60 years old

From lime green to red, the Steiger has been a mainstay of Australian broadacre farming for years.

28 NOV 2018

Tractors

Steiger is 60 years old
Steiger is 60 years old

Communications coalition gives nod to Sky Muster changes

Sky Muster upgrades include data allowance exemptions.

12 NOV 2018

Communications

Communications coalition gives nod to Sky Muster changes
Communications coalition gives nod to Sky Muster changes
Communications coalition gives nod to Sky Muster changes
Communications coalition gives nod to Sky Muster changes

Aussie digital agriculture platform now owned by Flurosat

Flourosat now has ownership of GrainGrowers' digital agricultural platform.

07 NOV 2018

Precision Farming

Aussie digital agriculture platform now owned by Flurosat
Aussie digital agriculture platform now owned by Flurosat
Aussie digital agriculture platform now owned by Flurosat

New guidance products from Ag Leader

Ag Leader has launched several new guidance products.

05 NOV 2018

Precision Farming

New guidance products from Ag Leader
New guidance products from Ag Leader

Topcon and Raven announce partnership

Topcon and Raven are working together to make some precision applications better.

12 SEP 2018

Software and Apps

Topcon and Raven announce partnership
Topcon and Raven announce partnership

Telstra switches on 5G in Toowoomba

5G network technology is now available in several areas in Queensland.

03 SEP 2018

Communications

Telstra switches on 5G in Toowoomba
Telstra switches on 5G in Toowoomba

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Unstable wet weather on the cards this week

South eastern Australia could be in for a wet few days.

12 DEC 2018

Farm office

Unstable wet weather on the cards this week
Unstable wet weather on the cards this week
Unstable wet weather on the cards this week

Satellite purchase enables detection of infrared light

A new mini satellite is able to detect infrared light and could help environmental decisions.

10 DEC 2018

Farm office

Satellite purchase enables detection of infrared light
Satellite purchase enables detection of infrared light
Satellite purchase enables detection of infrared light

Mutton strong now but set for new records

Sheep slaughter revised downward

10 DEC 2018

Markets

Mutton strong now but set for new records
Mutton strong now but set for new records

School closures 'an attack on rural values'

Closing agricultural colleges is a contentious issue.

07 DEC 2018

Farm office

School closures 'an attack on rural values'
School closures 'an attack on rural values'
School closures 'an attack on rural values'

New tax law for fodder storage

New tax laws have been brought in for fodder storage assets.

07 DEC 2018

Farm office

New tax law for fodder storage
New tax law for fodder storage

WA banksia holds the key to a new breed of hardy crop

Research from UWA has found a new way that allows plants to grow with a low level of P.

12 DEC 2018

On-farm

WA banksia holds the key to a new breed of hardy crop
WA banksia holds the key to a new breed of hardy crop
WA banksia holds the key to a new breed of hardy crop
WA banksia holds the key to a new breed of hardy crop

Inquiry into Queensland's firebreak policies announced

Lack of firebreaks may have contributed to fire's severity.

07 DEC 2018

On-farm

Inquiry into Queensland's firebreak policies announced
Inquiry into Queensland's firebreak policies announced
Inquiry into Queensland's firebreak policies announced
Inquiry into Queensland's firebreak policies announced

Grants for tackling tough times open

More than $17 million up for grabs.

05 DEC 2018

On-farm

Grants for tackling tough times open
Grants for tackling tough times open
Grants for tackling tough times open

New awareness campaign to address WA's bushfire reality

Minister reminds residents there will never be enough fire trucks when a major fire hits.

03 DEC 2018

On-farm

New awareness campaign to address WA's bushfire reality
New awareness campaign to address WA's bushfire reality
New awareness campaign to address WA's bushfire reality

Government commits to strengthen biosecurity

Best practice national biosecurity systems can save farmers up to $17,500 per farm per year.

30 NOV 2018

On-farm

Government commits to strengthen biosecurity
Government commits to strengthen biosecurity
Government commits to strengthen biosecurity

Insurer offers relief for drought affected farmers

payments to be deferred for up to 12 months.

28 NOV 2018

Farm business

Insurer offers relief for drought affected farmers
Insurer offers relief for drought affected farmers
Insurer offers relief for drought affected farmers

Dairy industry urges Australia to sign free trade agreement

Australia could lose market access if PAFTA not ratified says ADIC.

26 NOV 2018

On-farm

Dairy industry urges Australia to sign free trade agreement
Dairy industry urges Australia to sign free trade agreement