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
CBH reduces costs for moisture-laden grain

CBH reduces costs for moisture-laden grain

WESTERN Australian grain handler CBH Group will roll out an expanded moisture management strategy during...

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23 SEPTEMBER 2013
Dairy industry needs free-trade agreement with China: VFF

Dairy industry needs free-trade agreement with China: VFF

DAIRY farmers paid $204 million in import tariffs to overseas governments last year, says the Victorian...

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23 SEPTEMBER 2013
Launch of livestock biosecurity network

Launch of livestock biosecurity network

A NATIONAL Livestock Biosecurity Network will encourage farmers to be prepared for possible exotic disease...

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20 SEPTEMBER 2013
Help agriculture before stopping the boats: Boydell

Help agriculture before stopping the boats: Boydell

THE federal government must put Western Australia's agriculture future ahead of plans to implement its...

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20 SEPTEMBER 2013
ACT legislation to prohibit factory farming

ACT legislation to prohibit factory farming

AUSTRALIAN Capital Territory Minister for Territory and Municipal Services Shane Rattenbury today presented...

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20 SEPTEMBER 2013