Tracked tractors tracking toward increasing popularity

Tracked tractors tracking toward increasing popularity

TRACKED tractors continue to increase in popularity. While they are generally more expensive than wheeled

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08 JUL 2016
Mixed outlook for Aussie ag in the Brexit aftermath

Mixed outlook for Aussie ag in the Brexit aftermath

THE IMPACT of Brexit on Australian red meat won't be felt for at least another two years, but wine, wool,

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06 JUL 2016
Nominate NOW for the Farmer of the Year awards in 2016

Nominate NOW for the Farmer of the Year awards in 2016

NOMINATIONS ARE now open for the Kondinin Group-ABC Rural Australian Farmer of the Year Awards, which

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06 JUL 2016
Federal election 2016: change in the air for regional seats

Federal election 2016: change in the air for regional seats

THE FEDERAL election still remains on a knife edge with both sides scrambling to form majority government.

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04 JUL 2016
More investment for horticulture

More investment for horticulture

HORTICULTURE Innovation Australia has invested more than $6 million into a targeted program which aims

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04 JUL 2016
On-farm injuries, deaths increase

On-farm injuries, deaths increase

FIGURES released by the Australian Centre for Agricultural Health and Safety are a chilling reminder

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04 JUL 2016
Coalition winning over farmers on election eve

Coalition winning over farmers on election eve

WITH the federal election set to kick off tomorrow, Kondinin Group members appear to be siding with the

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01 JUL 2016
Rain and lower AUD a positive for commodity prices

Rain and lower AUD a positive for commodity prices

THE outlook for agriculture has been boosted by good rain across much of eastern Australia and the Bureau

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01 JUL 2016
Lacklustre ag policies ahead of election: NFF

Lacklustre ag policies ahead of election: NFF

WITH the federal election just days away, farmers remain frustrated with the inadequacies in the telecommunications

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29 JUN 2016
$10M to fix country truck washes

$10M to fix country truck washes

THE truck wash-out network across New South Wales is set to receive a major boost through a $10 million

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27 JUN 2016
Rural Fire Service flagged for WA

Rural Fire Service flagged for WA

FARMERS in WA have welcomed a report outlining 40 recommendations and opportunities for future firefighting

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27 JUN 2016
Winter weather brings brighter outlook in NSW

Winter weather brings brighter outlook in NSW

THE wet start to winter has significantly changed the outlook for primary producers in New South Wales,

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27 JUN 2016
Brexit and the impact on agriculture

Brexit and the impact on agriculture

A TOTAL of 17,410,742 votes were cast for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union last week, heavily

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27 JUN 2016
Funds boosted to tackle Q Fever

Funds boosted to tackle Q Fever

THE federal government is investing more than $500,000 in a research project to investigate ways of limiting

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24 JUN 2016
Farm production value continues to soar

Farm production value continues to soar

  According to the June edition of ABARES Agricultural Commodities report, a strong start to the season

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22 JUN 2016