Farmers rejoice as Defence backs down on Qld land grab

Farmers rejoice as Defence backs down on Qld land grab

Compulsory land acquisition will not occur in Queensland

On-farm

08 FEBRUARY 2017
CSG costs calculated

CSG costs calculated

Study attempts to quantify CSG costs to landholders

On-farm

19 DECEMBER 2016
QLD reforms welcomed

QLD reforms welcomed

Landholders have welcomes law changes in Queensland

On-farm

11 NOVEMBER 2016
Nationals pit farmers against oilers

Nationals pit farmers against oilers

The Nationals have backed the farmers right of veto over drilling on private land

On-farm

02 NOVEMBER 2016
Mixed outlook for Australian beef sector

Mixed outlook for Australian beef sector

RECENT comments regarding foreign investment from newly appointed Minister for Agriculture Barnaby Joyce...

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07 OCTOBER 2013
Controversy sparks again on caged eggs

Controversy sparks again on caged eggs

VICTORIA'S peak farmer lobby group has questioned supermarket giant Woolworths' decision today to phase...

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04 OCTOBER 2013
Drilling project may lead to irrigated farming in WA

Drilling project may lead to irrigated farming in WA

A WATER drilling project will start soon in the West Midlands area of Western Australia to better assess...

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04 OCTOBER 2013
Bright white wool treatment to overcome yellowing

Bright white wool treatment to overcome yellowing

A TREATMENT for bleached wool fabrics is ensuring they stay whiter for longer by significantly slowing...

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25 SEPTEMBER 2013
Cow's milk could help fight diabetes type 2

Cow's milk could help fight diabetes type 2

CURTIN University researchers have revealed protein fragments from cow's milk could help combat and reduce...

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25 SEPTEMBER 2013
Aussies abuzz at Canadian queens

Aussies abuzz at Canadian queens

THE first shipment of queen bees to arrive in Australia in seven years is causing quite a buzz, promising...

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24 SEPTEMBER 2013
NSW vegetation reform starts today

NSW vegetation reform starts today

THE first steps on the long road to native vegetation reform have been taken by New South Wales, with...

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23 SEPTEMBER 2013
Coloured sorghum could challenge obesity

Coloured sorghum could challenge obesity

FARMERS typically do not consider coloured sorghum grain ideal for feeding to pigs but the grain could...

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23 SEPTEMBER 2013