Wi-Fi invention selected for 'World in 100 Objects Exhibition'

Wi-Fi invention selected for 'World in 100 Objects Exhibition'

FARMERS are keenly adopting technology and are no strangers to the benefits of Wi-Fi.  

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05 AUG 2016
It's time to recognise hard-working farming consultants! Nominate NOW!

It's time to recognise hard-working farming consultants! Nominate NOW!

FARMING operations can live or die on the information they receive. While weather, commodity prices and

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05 AUG 2016
QLD govt defend land clearing laws, as farmers protest

QLD govt defend land clearing laws, as farmers protest

THE QUEENSLAND government has defended its new land clearing laws, despite farmers marching to Parliament

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05 AUG 2016
Exploring opportunities for WA grassfed beef

Exploring opportunities for WA grassfed beef

THE POTENTIAL for a grassfed beef assurance program in Western Australia to take advantage of the clean

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03 AUG 2016
Research project boosts water data and technologies

Research project boosts water data and technologies

NEW research collaboration into the use of water data and technologies will be used to build capabilities

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03 AUG 2016
Innovative app to track rabbit control

Innovative app to track rabbit control

A NEW function to boost the power of the popular RabbitScan app has given the community the ability to

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03 AUG 2016
Salmonella risk, stay away from rockmelon: FSANZ

Salmonella risk, stay away from rockmelon: FSANZ

THE AUSTRALIAN and New Zealand authority for food safety is investigating salmonella associated with

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03 AUG 2016
How weather radar works and its accuracy

How weather radar works and its accuracy

THIS month's question comes from James Hicks of Esperance in Western Australia. He has asked: How does

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03 AUG 2016
Farmers will be hit hard by Polar Fresh dispute

Farmers will be hit hard by Polar Fresh dispute

THE National Farmers' Federation (NFF) has called on the National Union of Workers to end its illegal

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01 AUG 2016
Foreign investment continues to be a contentious issue

Foreign investment continues to be a contentious issue

FOREIGN investment has long been a controversial topic in agriculture. Jessica Strauss evaluates the NAS

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01 AUG 2016
Barriers to business in the bush knocked down

Barriers to business in the bush knocked down

THE Rural Business Collective website officially launches today and is aiming to connect people in the

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01 AUG 2016
Post-grad ag program in NZ

Post-grad ag program in NZ

NEW Zealand's Foundation for Arable Research is inviting agricultural post-graduates to sign up for its

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29 JUL 2016
Award celebrates Aussie farming's bright future

Award celebrates Aussie farming's bright future

THE Young Farmer of the Year Awards continues a tradition of excellence.

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29 JUL 2016
ABARES Regional Outlook conference coming to the south west

ABARES Regional Outlook conference coming to the south west

INVESTING in rural industries, innovation in broadacre agriculture and intensive agriculture in the south

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27 JUL 2016
Pulse production booming, prices set to fall: NAB

Pulse production booming, prices set to fall: NAB

THE outlook for pulses in Australia is positive, but plenty of caution is still needed, according to

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27 JUL 2016
Farmers back damning report into overregulation

Farmers back damning report into overregulation

FARMERS have backed a report from the Productivity Commission slamming the overregulation of the agriculture

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25 JUL 2016