Australian dairy tasting for South-East Asian students

Australian dairy tasting for South-East Asian students

CHEF Tim Hollands will again serve up Australian dairy to hundreds of South-East Asian hospitality students...

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07 OCTOBER 2015
NFF: inland rail promises economic transformation

NFF: inland rail promises economic transformation

THE National Farmers' Federation is throwing its weight behind calls to see the Melbourne to Brisbane...

Agronomy

14 SEPTEMBER 2015
Lamb records expected to fall in 2015

Lamb records expected to fall in 2015

LAMB production and export records are tipped to tumble this year, according to the latest Meat and Livestock...

Livestock General

29 JULY 2015
Growing $16 billion in trade between Australia and Middle East

Growing $16 billion in trade between Australia and Middle East

DIPLOMATIC representatives from the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Qatar, Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon, Kuwait,...

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11 FEBRUARY 2015
Sheep industry projections looking positive

Sheep industry projections looking positive

ONE week after Meat and Livestock Australia predicted significant contraction in the cattle market, similar...

Livestock General

04 FEBRUARY 2015
Bullish projections for sheep industry

Bullish projections for sheep industry

THE OUTLOOK for the Australian sheep industry looks positive, with records reportedly set to tumble,...

Livestock General

06 AUGUST 2014
Cattle prices set to soar, says MLA

Cattle prices set to soar, says MLA

CATTLE prices could soar by the end of this year according to Meat and Livestock Australia's latest industry...

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14 JULY 2014
$220M rail freight upgrade for Vic

$220M rail freight upgrade for Vic

THE Victorian government has put farmers back on track, thanks to a $220 million budget commitment to...

Agronomy

05 MAY 2014
Ancient wheat on the road to resistance

Ancient wheat on the road to resistance

  Root-lesion nematodes, a species of microscopic roundworm, share a long history with wheat – they...

Agronomy

30 APRIL 2014
Stronger demand for exports as destructive drought continues

Stronger demand for exports as destructive drought continues

AN INCREASED demand for beef, lamb and mutton from China and the Middle East has given a boost to Australian...

Livestock General

31 MARCH 2014
East to get a taste of the West

East to get a taste of the West

LUPINS, lamb and local spices are among a diverse range of Western Australian produce to be promoted...

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19 FEBRUARY 2014
New year brings hope for sheep industry

New year brings hope for sheep industry

GLOBAL demand, a lower Aussie dollar and reduced competition from New Zealand point to a positive outlook...

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10 FEBRUARY 2014