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THE long-awaited and much-heralded Agricultural White Paper has finally been launched, more than six months after it was promised.

Ag White Paper finally here  

THE long-awaited and much-heralded Agricultural White Paper has finally been launched, more than six months after it was promised.
WITH the Ag White Paper set to be released today, it’s worth revisiting the NFF's comprehensive Blueprint. 4:00 AM WITH the Ag White Paper set to be released today, it’s worth revisiting the NFF's comprehensive Blueprint.
WHEATBELT farmer Anthony Farrell likes to tinker, which is why he came up with a new remote to control the dog clutches on his seed and fertiliser bins. 4:00 AM WHEATBELT farmer Anthony Farrell likes to tinker, which is why he came up with a new remote to control the dog...
THE Australian dollar fell slightly against the greenback but soared against the New Zealand dollar as the kiwi faces downward pressure from imminent rate cuts. 03 Jul 15 THE Australian dollar fell slightly against the greenback but soared against the New Zealand dollar as the kiwi...
WHILE the political benefits of FTAs are generally accepted by Australians, they remain less convinced of the economic gains. 03 Jul 15 1 WHILE the political benefits of FTAs are generally accepted by Australians, they remain less convinced of the...
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Look no matter who's in charge or who's proposing cuts, it's going to sound scary and radical
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J Carpenter, you have an odd idea about how science operates, and the role (in particular) of
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The Reserve price scheme would have continued had they set a figure at cost of production not at
AUDIO: CATCH up with the ag news of the week in our weekly audio wrap: cattle price boost; dairy capital; wool dives; climate concerns. AUDIO: CATCH up with the ag news of the week in our weekly audio wrap: cattle price boost; dairy capital; wool...

The Victorian Government has appointed new members to PrimeSafe03 Jul 15 The Victorian Government has appointed new members to PrimeSafe
ONIONS Australia is unconcerned about the Senate inquiry into agricultural levies.01 Jul 15 ONIONS Australia is unconcerned about the Senate inquiry into agricultural levies.
FOR the ninth consecutive trading day the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator has smashed through its own record price.02 Jul 15  2 FOR the ninth consecutive trading day the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator has smashed through its own record price.
CATTLE prices set a hectic pace early this week, busting though the 530 cents a kilogram (carcase weight) mark on Tuesday night.02 Jul 15  3 CATTLE prices set a hectic pace early this week, busting though the 530 cents a kilogram (carcase weight) mark on...

AFTER unexpectedly selling their Benalla farm last month, Welcome Swallow stud principals Jim and Suzy Martin are now preparing for the first of their herd dispersals. AFTER unexpectedly selling their Benalla farm last month, Welcome Swallow stud principals Jim and Suzy Martin are...
THE Indigenous Lands Corporation purchased Merriman Station near Brewarrina in 2006 and started transforming lives with a shearing school. THE Indigenous Lands Corporation purchased Merriman Station near Brewarrina in 2006 and started transforming lives...

A TASMANIAN scientist, Dr Doris Blaesing has been awarded the AUSVEG Researcher of the Year Award,for her work on the Soil Wealth project.29 Jun 15 A TASMANIAN scientist, Dr Doris Blaesing has been awarded the AUSVEG Researcher of the Year Award,for her work on...
EL Niño does not equal drought.23 Jun 15 EL Niño does not equal drought.

RISING stars of Australia’s grain industry are invited to apply for two places in the 2015 Art4Agriculture Young Farming Champion program.03 Jul 15 RISING stars of Australia’s grain industry are invited to apply for two places in the 2015 Art4Agriculture Young...
ANDREW Wilkie has renewed his call for Australian and New Zealand health ministers to approve the use of industrial hemp as a food.02 Jul 15  2 ANDREW Wilkie has renewed his call for Australian and New Zealand health ministers to approve the use of industrial...
WHEATBELT farmer Anthony Farrell likes to tinker, which is why he came up with a new remote to control the dog clutches on his seed and fertiliser bins. WHEATBELT farmer Anthony Farrell likes to tinker, which is why he came up with a new remote to control the dog...

LOXTON will soon become home to a National Almond Centre of Excellence - one of Australia's largest and fastest-growing horticultural sectors.27 Jun 15 LOXTON will soon become home to a National Almond Centre of Excellence - one of Australia's largest and...
HORTICULTURE Innovation Australia CEO John Lloyd has continued his call for greater unity in horticulture.26 Jun 15  1 HORTICULTURE Innovation Australia CEO John Lloyd has continued his call for greater unity in horticulture.
BRISBANE-based mining industry identity Jim Gorman has been revealed as the buyer of the Central Queenland property Seloh Nolem at a CBRE auction in Rockhampton yesterday.03 Jul 15 BRISBANE-based mining industry identity Jim Gorman has been revealed as the buyer of the Central Queenland property...
THE value of agricultural land sales in the 12 months to February reached $14.4b, up from $13.72b in the year to November.29 Jun 15 THE value of agricultural land sales in the 12 months to February reached $14.4b, up from $13.72b in the year to...
A FARM boy from Beeac in Western Victoria has grown up to try his luck at managing an agricultural venture near the Italian city of Perugia, north of Rome.28 Feb 15 A FARM boy from Beeac in Western Victoria has grown up to try his luck at managing an agricultural venture near the...
OMEO'S Golden Age Hotel is preparing for one of the year's most hectic weeks.28 Feb 15 OMEO'S Golden Age Hotel is preparing for one of the year's most hectic weeks.