Invasive species pose global threat to ag: CSIRO

Invasive species pose global threat to ag: CSIRO

NEW CSIRO research into the global impacts of invasive species has found that sub-Saharan African countries

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22 JUN 2016
CCA airs election issues for beef sector

CCA airs election issues for beef sector

WITH THE Federal Election less than a fortnight away, the Cattle Council of Australia has urged the major

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22 JUN 2016
South West Queensland natural resources projects get $1.5 million

South West Queensland natural resources projects get $1.5 million

SOUTH West Queensland's creeks, rivers, farms and bushland will be better protected due to $1.5 million

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20 JUN 2016
Russian wheat aphid invasion threatens Australia

Russian wheat aphid invasion threatens Australia

INTERNATIONALLY recognised, WA-based, plant scientist Mehmet Cakir is urging the federal Minister for

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20 JUN 2016
Russian wheat aphid invasion threatens Australia

Russian wheat aphid invasion threatens Australia

INTERNATIONALLY recognised, WA-based, plant scientist Mehmet Cakir is urging the federal Minister for

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20 JUN 2016
Farmers should consider a siesta to reduce fatigue

Farmers should consider a siesta to reduce fatigue

AS the calendar heads into another busy time of year, grain and cotton growers especially are being encouraged

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20 JUN 2016
Livestock export suspended to Vietnam; ESCAS under fire

Livestock export suspended to Vietnam; ESCAS under fire

AUSTRALIAN livestock exporters have agreed to suspend the supply of cattle to Vietnam, after ABC's 7.30

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17 JUN 2016
Water storage options explained

Water storage options explained

IT IS fair to say water is probably the most precious commodity on farms across Australia, whether it

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17 JUN 2016
Drought concessional loan applications extended across Australia

Drought concessional loan applications extended across Australia

  Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Barnaby Joyce said the loans

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17 JUN 2016
Investment obstacles

Investment obstacles

WITH both domestic and international investment interest in Australian agricultural assets running hot,

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16 JUN 2016
GrainGrowers: dedicated ag trade envoy needed to reap true benefit of FTAs

GrainGrowers: dedicated ag trade envoy needed to reap true benefit of FTAs

THE appointment of a Special Trade Envoy for Technical Barrier and Market Maintenance to ensure Australian

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15 JUN 2016
Rainfall assists winter crops

Rainfall assists winter crops

ABOVE AVERAGE rainfall has assisted with a favourable start to the 2016-17 winter crop season, according

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15 JUN 2016
Online map helps identify West Kimberley water

Online map helps identify West Kimberley water

AN INTERACTIVE online map is now available to help pastoralists, horticulturalists, miners and potential

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15 JUN 2016
Helping farmers during floods

Helping farmers during floods

THE DEVASTATING impact of floods on Australia's east coast last week has left farmers with a long on-farm

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13 JUN 2016
$10M for Wagga levee upgrade

$10M for Wagga levee upgrade

THE levee bank along the Murrumbidgee River at Wagga Wagga will be heightened and strengthened under

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13 JUN 2016
NFF reiterates calls for backpacker tax to be ended

NFF reiterates calls for backpacker tax to be ended

THE National Farmers' Federation has reaffirmed its call for certainty on the 'backpacker tax' following

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13 JUN 2016