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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...
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).
Winter crop revised up
TIMELY spring rain in Western Australia and Victoria has helped push Australia’s winter crop product...
Warrnambool prices lift
PRICES slightly spiked on last month at the Warrnambool store sale today, attributed to the bumper spring...
Quality offering at Yea
EVEN though the paddocks are drying out fast in and around the Yea district, the cattle were in good to...
Euroa steers to $840
PRODUCERS were wary of how this sale would be, and therefore the yarding of this steer-only sale was less...
SAMG we have been trading on the global market for 100 yrs. What happened is...
'Smug' attitude costly
Logic you said: - “Never have I read such misinformed comment. CCA is crying...
CCA restructure approved
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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.
Wild dog forum at Omeo
Russia seeks out Aussie wool
NSW Farmer of the Year award
Weird ass sale
Camels, donkeys and horses were all up for grabs at Echuca on Saturday.
Beef Spectacular Feedback Trial
All the action from the Beef Spectacular Feedback Trial field day.
Country kindness kicks in at Varley
THE kindness of country communities was clearly on show in the Lakes district last month.
Photo comp winners no snap decision
The winners have been announced in Farm Weekly's favourite photo competition.
Boyanup Cattle Sale
Some photos from the first weaner sale of the season at Boyanup last week.
The Independent Rural Agents (IRA) Pemberton's 22nd annual premier vealer and breeder sale.
Kuiper chemical shed
The Kuiper family, Ravensthorpe, have designed a state of the art chemical shed.
To understand where things went wrong for the American giant we have to look at the present and past
The ADM saga ... brought port access undertakings back into the spotlight
MANY farmers would be looking at gauges this week hoping for a nice surprise in their harvest yields. But...
WA harvest hits 10mt mark
IN terms of speed in getting the grain to bin, this harvest would have to be one of the best with 10...
Seralini retraction welcomed
THE withdrawal of a controversial GM study by French researcher Gilles Seralini has been welcomed by the...
Tractor of the Year is all Claas
CLAAS may have built its iconic name in the farm machinery world on combine harvesters, but it has come a...
On-farm drier saves costs
THE installation of an IntelliAir Bin Management System on a grain farm in the NSW Riverina has given...
Wool's summer lift
IT WAS a sellers market in the wool world last week as the Australian Wool Exchange (AWEX) Eastern Market...
Grower meets buyer
SOMETHING rare was spotted at the Rodwells wool stores last week: a wool grower and wool buyer deep in...
Korean FTA agreed
WITH the notable exception of rice, Australian agricultural exports to Korea will be soon exempt from...
Sheepmeat exports surge
UNDERPINNED by high lamb slaughter and strong demand from emerging markets, sheepmeat exports continued to...
November beef exports rise
AUSTRALIAN beef and veal exports during November kept pace with the high slaughter for the month, reaching...
WCB reviewing MG bid
WARRNAMBOOL Cheese and Butter (WCB) has today repeated its call to shareholders to not act on Murray...
Australia is open for business: Goyder
WESFARMERS boss Richard Goyder has dismissed chatter that Australia's reputation as a welcome harbour for...
Apparently, Joe Hockey can be bullied after all ...
Mr Wilkie’s call to rebuild the wheat single desk was met with disbelief and amusement
Grape producers seeing red
PLUMMETING prices have WA table grape producers seeing red.
Guyra's plans for glasshouse growth
A MASSIVE glasshouse operation at Guyra on the NSW Northern Tablelands could be set to get even bigger.
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