Booklet outlines CBH structural changes

Booklet outlines CBH structural changes

THE CBH Group has released an information booklet for growers, ahead of potential changes to the co-op's

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19 AUG 2016
Climate ready agriculture a must to maintain profitability

Climate ready agriculture a must to maintain profitability

NATIONAL Science Week is well underway and the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australian

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17 AUG 2016
Calls for swift scrapping of backpacker tax as review gets underway

Calls for swift scrapping of backpacker tax as review gets underway

THE review of the controversial backpacker tax is finally underway, but the agriculture industry expects

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17 AUG 2016
New glass to put plants in the shade

New glass to put plants in the shade

RESEARCHERS from Swinburne University of Technology are looking to develop an energy-saving glass that

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17 AUG 2016
Government backs farmers in wake of plummeting dairy prices

Government backs farmers in wake of plummeting dairy prices

THE government has come out supporting Australia's dairy farmers in the wake of the controversial Four

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17 AUG 2016
National Science Week: Blitz on pests protects WA's agriculture

National Science Week: Blitz on pests protects WA's agriculture

THE Department of Agriculture and Food in Western Australia is calling on the community to become 'citizen

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15 AUG 2016
Murray-Darling Basin Authority's decentralisation plans welcomed

Murray-Darling Basin Authority's decentralisation plans welcomed

DEPUTY Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce has welcomed last

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15 AUG 2016
Rising global competition could hurt Aussie grain growers

Rising global competition could hurt Aussie grain growers

AUSTRALIAN grain growers may have to brace for a return to

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15 AUG 2016
Dunbabin defies disaster as Farmer of the Year

Dunbabin defies disaster as Farmer of the Year

THE mark of any person is how they deal with adversity. For many, recovering from a devastating bushfire

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12 AUG 2016
Aussie cattle market sets new record high

Aussie cattle market sets new record high

THE Australian cattle market's record-breaking run has continued, after it reached a historic milestone

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10 AUG 2016
Grylls returns as WA Nationals leader

Grylls returns as WA Nationals leader

THE return of Brendon Grylls to the helm of the WA National Party won't impact any future plans for the

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10 AUG 2016
NSW Farmers launch mining, CSG website

NSW Farmers launch mining, CSG website

A NEW website for landholders has been launched by NSW Farmers to provide up to date and comprehensive

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10 AUG 2016
New veg blueprint to inspire growth

New veg blueprint to inspire growth

A NEW report outlining key areas in which the Australian vegetable industry can tap into consumer and

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08 AUG 2016
VFF backs calls to lower the state's driving age

VFF backs calls to lower the state's driving age

VICTORIAN farmers have backed a parliamentary inquiry to lower the state's probationary driving age to

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08 AUG 2016
Drones to monitor water quality in NSW

Drones to monitor water quality in NSW

DRONES and state-of-the-art survey technology have been deployed to monitor water quality in New South

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08 AUG 2016
Telco market study to highlight regional blackspots

Telco market study to highlight regional blackspots

THE Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced a market study into telecommunications,

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08 AUG 2016