Ag perception one of biggest hurdles

Ag perception one of biggest hurdles

THE perception of agriculture, government policy and commodity prices have been identified as the top...

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23 OCTOBER 2012
OJD plan won't cave to producers

OJD plan won't cave to producers

DESPITE much industry backlash over the national ovine Johne's disease plan, the management committee...

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23 OCTOBER 2012
No sow stalls or caged eggs for Coles

No sow stalls or caged eggs for Coles

COLES will phase out caged eggs and the use of sow stalls for all pork products in home brand ranges...

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23 OCTOBER 2012
Grain exports leap in Vic

Grain exports leap in Vic

WHILE a significant jump in grains exports contributed to a 11% rise in Victorian food and fibre exports...

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23 OCTOBER 2012
NLIS tag reminder for producers

NLIS tag reminder for producers

CATTLE producers are being reminded by Biosecurity Queensland to ensure their cattle have the correct...

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23 OCTOBER 2012
Grants to promote women leaders

Grants to promote women leaders

DOZENS of leadership roles for women are expected to be created in South Australia after two agricultural...

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23 OCTOBER 2012
GrainCorp receives $2.68b buyout offer

GrainCorp receives $2.68b buyout offer

SHARES in GrainCorp leapt more than 40% today after a $2.68 billion takeover offer was proposed by a...

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22 OCTOBER 2012
Machinery theft alert in Vic

Machinery theft alert in Vic

VICTORIAN farmers are being urged not to leave machinery exposed during harvest, following a spike in...

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22 OCTOBER 2012
Federal employees to get CPD's

Federal employees to get CPD's

ALL quad bikes used by federal employers will be retro-fitted with crush-protection devices, following...

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22 OCTOBER 2012
Sheep in Pakistan culled

Sheep in Pakistan culled

IN A dramatic turn of events, the Australian sheep being held in Pakistan have been culled.

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22 OCTOBER 2012
Debate over foreign investment continues

Debate over foreign investment continues

WITH concerns still being raised over the sale of Australia's largest cotton farm to foreign investors,...

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22 OCTOBER 2012
Few agribusiness interest cuts

Few agribusiness interest cuts

TWO weeks after official interest rates dropped, only four banks have passed on concessions to agribusiness...

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20 OCTOBER 2012