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Camels, donkeys and horses were all up for grabs at Echuca on...
Nearly 100 people turned out to a wild dog fourm at Omeo on...
MANY farmers would be looking at gauges this week hoping for a nice surprise in their harvest yields...
Solid demand at Wyche
THE ANNUAL Elders special store sale at Wycheproof last Friday met with solid demand, especially fro...
Shutting silos: what cost?
FARMER groups are calling on GrainCorp to share the benefits of shutting grain silos with growers, ...
Grower meets buyer
SOMETHING rare was spotted at the Rodwells wool stores last week: a wool grower and wool buyer deep ...
Akers elected DA chair
NORTHERN Victorian dairyfarmer Geoff Akers is the new chair of Dairy Australia (DA).
Steers to $775 at Colac
STEERS sold to solid demand from local restockers at the Colac monthly store sale where 2000 cattle were...
Prime Sheep: $A down, lamb prices up
THERE were a lot more smiles at saleyards this week for several reasons. Firstly the Australian dollar has fallen for the seventh consecutive week losing six cents (US) since...
Warrnambool prices lift
PRICES slightly spiked on last month at the Warrnambool store sale today, attributed to the bumper spring...
Need some cash Boris? Or should we leave a future for our kids
CBH foray questioned
Sounds like a beat up - those skins have obviously been chemically processed...
Cow hides quarantine shock
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Coles: Helping Australia Grow
Alfa Lotfeeding - Nov 2013
ALL EARS for BeefWorks - Our coverage starts on page 13.
The sky's the limit
Small versatile unmanned aerial vehicles are finding a fit in agriculture.
Landcare In Focus
Horse Deals December issue out now
Horses for sale plus hours of great reading.
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To Russia, with wool
A MOTLEY group of men huddling around a wool table is quite the norm in regional Victoria; except when...
Wool's summer lift
IT WAS a sellers market in the wool world last week as the Australian Wool Exchange (AWEX) Eastern Market...
Rain lifts Qld markets
DESPITE drought conditions persisting across large swathes of NSW and Queensland, overall rainfall totals...
NZ tariffs removed
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Brazilian live exports up
BRAZILIAN live cattle exports registered further growth during the first ten months of 2013, up 19pc...
WTO chief gets backing for final push
BALI WTO Director-General Roberto Azevedo has received the green light to launch negotiations in a final bid to secure agreement on a Bali "package" of trade pacts.
Robb kicks off foreign investment overhaul
IT IS surprising the Trade Minister didn't make more of the foreign investment revolution he has wrought...
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CEFC vital for investment: farmer
A HORTICULTURAL expert and driving force behind Sundrop Farms, a solar-powered desalination and greenhouse...
Aussies lead in veg consumption
Australia has been ranked number one by the OECD when it comes to daily consumption of vegetables by...
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