NSW raises the bar on farm safety

NSW raises the bar on farm safety

THE announcement by SafeWork NSW that rebates will soon be available to improve quad safety is a welcome

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13 JUN 2016
NFF: Don't mess with Free Trade Agreements

NFF: Don't mess with Free Trade Agreements

THE NATIONAL Farmers' Federation (NFF) has derided any measures that attempt to have key Free Trade Agreements

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10 JUN 2016
$10M R&D investment for almond and walnut industries

$10M R&D investment for almond and walnut industries

MORE than $10M for two new research and development projects focusing on the almond and walnut industries

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10 JUN 2016
Plastic for painless window repairs

Plastic for painless window repairs

We've all felt the shattering feeling when a cabin window breaks, usually as a result of some freak accident

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09 JUN 2016
Water infrastructure for Gippsland announced

Water infrastructure for Gippsland announced

THE federal government today announced $675,000 for a feasibility study into the second phase of the

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08 JUN 2016

Water infrastructure for Gippsland announced

THE federal government today announced $675,000 for a feasibility study into the second phase of the

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08 JUN 2016

THE IMPACT of the 2011 suspension of the live cattle trade to Indonesia continues to be felt in the livestock

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08 JUN 2016
Setting the welfare standard in cattle production

Setting the welfare standard in cattle production

DURING January 2016, the agricultural ministers of all Australian states and territories endorsed the

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06 JUN 2016
Exotic pest threatens Aussie wheat industry

Exotic pest threatens Aussie wheat industry

THE DEVASTATING Russian wheat aphid has been detected in Australia for the first term, after its discovery

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03 JUN 2016
Data drought needs political attention: NFF

Data drought needs political attention: NFF

FARMERS are being gripped by data drought, and the National Farmers' Federation has called on political

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03 JUN 2016
Better tasting tomatoes from Australian plant breeder

Better tasting tomatoes from Australian plant breeder

HYBRID tomatoes, promising better flavours than currently available on retail shelves have been bred

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01 JUN 2016
Donated farm gates ready for Waroona's fire-affected farmers

Donated farm gates ready for Waroona's fire-affected farmers

EIGHTY heavy-duty galvanised farm gates will be available to fire-affected farmers in the Harvey-Waroona

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01 JUN 2016
Australian dairy industry being tested by tough times

Australian dairy industry being tested by tough times

MANY Australian dairy farmers have been hard hit by the impacts of a deep and persistent trough in international

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01 JUN 2016
New QFF CEO

New QFF CEO

THE QUEENSLAND Farmers' Federation has announced prominent industry leader Travis Tobin as its new CEO,

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01 JUN 2016
Queenslander takes out Ag science student award

Queenslander takes out Ag science student award

QUEENSLAND student Chelsea Stroppiana has been crowned the Ag Institute Australia National Student Award

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30 MAY 2016
Farmers help curb weed's dominance

Farmers help curb weed's dominance

A STRATEGY to manage one of Australia's worst weeds, silverleaf nightshade, has been developed in New

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30 MAY 2016