Australian Potash to take part in two-year trial in WA

Sulphate of Potash trial to start soon in Western Australia.

22 MAR 2019

Soils

Australian Potash to take part in two-year trial in WA
Australian Potash to take part in two-year trial in WA
Australian Potash to take part in two-year trial in WA

One percenters add up

Why incremental improvement can translate to long term increases.

22 MAR 2019

Agronomy

One percenters add up
One percenters add up
One percenters add up

Australia's grain dynamic hinges on rain and trade

Producers need to manage exposure to potential price falls.

20 MAR 2019

Agronomy

Australia's grain dynamic hinges on rain and trade
Australia's grain dynamic hinges on rain and trade
Australia's grain dynamic hinges on rain and trade

Tour teaches producers about key export markets

Growers learn the importance of quality for noodles and bread.

18 MAR 2019

Agronomy

Tour teaches producers about key export markets
Tour teaches producers about key export markets

Agersens and Ohio State University deal to explore eShepherd

The eShepherd is being further researched in the US with the help of Ohio State University.

22 MAR 2019

Beef

Agersens and Ohio State University deal to explore eShepherd
Agersens and Ohio State University deal to explore eShepherd
Agersens and Ohio State University deal to explore eShepherd
Agersens and Ohio State University deal to explore eShepherd

Wool industry reaches consensus on changes to AWI constitution

Industry is working its way through recommendations to AWI's structure.

20 MAR 2019

Sheep

Wool industry reaches consensus on changes to AWI constitution
Wool industry reaches consensus on changes to AWI constitution
Wool industry reaches consensus on changes to AWI constitution

Wool, meat and lambs - can you have your cake and eat it too?

Sheep selected for high productivity are not always the most profitable.

20 MAR 2019

Sheep

Wool, meat and lambs - can you have your cake and eat it too?
Wool, meat and lambs - can you have your cake and eat it too?

Twinkle in ram's eye lasts more than 50 years

Researcher believe ewes impregnated with 50-year-old sperm is a world record.

18 MAR 2019

Sheep

Twinkle in ram's eye lasts more than 50 years
Twinkle in ram's eye lasts more than 50 years
Twinkle in ram's eye lasts more than 50 years

Live exports on hiatus during June

Northern summer live export conditions released.

18 MAR 2019

Sheep

Live exports on hiatus during June
Live exports on hiatus during June
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Research team testing big sprayers

Four new self-propelled sprayers are being tested by the Kondinin Group.

25 MAR 2019

Spraying

Research team testing big sprayers
Research team testing big sprayers
Research team testing big sprayers
Research team testing big sprayers

Claas introduces new satellite signals

Claas adds more flexibility to its GPS offering.

25 MAR 2019

Farm equipment

Claas introduces new satellite signals
Claas introduces new satellite signals
Claas introduces new satellite signals

Claas ISOBUS controller to make machinery operation easier

The new EASY app from Claas means an iPad can be used as a machine's task controller.

20 MAR 2019

Farm equipment

Claas ISOBUS controller to make machinery operation easier
Claas ISOBUS controller to make machinery operation easier

Kubota strengthens its large tractor business in North America

A new deal between Kubota and Buhler will see production of large horsepower, Kubota tractors.

18 MAR 2019

Tractors

Kubota strengthens its large tractor business in North America
Kubota strengthens its large tractor business in North America
Kubota strengthens its large tractor business in North America

Limited edition harvester goes on show

Case IH's limited edition 150 Series Axial Flow harvester has a retro theme.

15 MAR 2019

Harvesting

Limited edition harvester goes on show
Limited edition harvester goes on show
Limited edition harvester goes on show

Ideal officially arrives in Australia

AGCO's new Ideal harvester will be sold in Australia branded as a Massey Ferguson.

13 MAR 2019

Harvesting

Ideal officially arrives in Australia
Ideal officially arrives in Australia

Free-to-air high precision GPS tested to 10cm

10cm repeatable Aussie GPS accuracy coming for free

Free-to-air high precision GPS tested to 10cm
Free-to-air high precision GPS tested to 10cm
Free-to-air high precision GPS tested to 10cm
Free-to-air high precision GPS tested to 10cm

New tech platform aims to fill data gap

A new farm data modelling service uses data from many sources.

18 JAN 2019

Software and Apps

New tech platform aims to fill data gap
New tech platform aims to fill data gap
New tech platform aims to fill data gap

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

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

New UAV's focus on high-end imagery

Kondinin Group engineer, Ben White, takes a look at the specifications on a few newly released UAVs.

26 SEP 2018

Drones and Sensors

New UAV's focus on high-end imagery
New UAV's focus on high-end imagery

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Yara joins Farm Waste Recovery program

A fertiliser company is targeting 600,000 bulk bags for waste recovery.

25 MAR 2019

Farm office

Yara joins Farm Waste Recovery program
Yara joins Farm Waste Recovery program
Yara joins Farm Waste Recovery program

Looking ahead to next season

Lack of market liquidity sees values move sideways.

25 MAR 2019

Farm office

Looking ahead to next season
Looking ahead to next season
Looking ahead to next season

Pipe dreams required for next century of water security

Bushwacker says grand visions of water management should be carefully considered.

22 MAR 2019

Farm office

Pipe dreams required for next century of water security
Pipe dreams required for next century of water security

Erosion forums to be held in Victoria

Several forums will be held in cropping areas of Victoria next week covering wind erosion.

20 MAR 2019

Farm office

Erosion forums to be held in Victoria
Erosion forums to be held in Victoria
Erosion forums to be held in Victoria

Sheep research scholarship reminder

Tertiary students can apply for funding for sheep research in WA.

18 MAR 2019

Farm office

Sheep research scholarship reminder
Sheep research scholarship reminder

Going to rail could save $70m a year

The journey from paddock to plate in Australia is often more than 1000km.

25 MAR 2019

On-farm

Going to rail could save $70m a year
Going to rail could save $70m a year
Going to rail could save $70m a year
Going to rail could save $70m a year

Research funded to study heat stress

Trialling dehumidification technology on board live export vessels.

25 MAR 2019

On-farm

Research funded to study heat stress
Research funded to study heat stress
Research funded to study heat stress
Research funded to study heat stress

New skins for tired seats part 2

Re-upholstering seats without resorting to professional help.

22 MAR 2019

From the workshop

New skins for tired seats part 2
New skins for tired seats part 2
New skins for tired seats part 2

Smart idea fills tanks quicker

Reduce the time it takes to fill spray tanks.

18 MAR 2019

On-farm

Smart idea fills tanks quicker
Smart idea fills tanks quicker
Smart idea fills tanks quicker

New WA Farmers president elected

New president says group needs to be agile.

15 MAR 2019

On-farm

New WA Farmers president elected
New WA Farmers president elected
New WA Farmers president elected

Dairy code off to a good start

New code will mean more choice for dairy producers.

15 MAR 2019

On-farm

Dairy code off to a good start
Dairy code off to a good start
Dairy code off to a good start

Farming groups unimpressed by visa changes

Push to attract overseas workers to live in regional Australia.

13 MAR 2019

On-farm

Farming groups unimpressed by visa changes
Farming groups unimpressed by visa changes