CSG industry snaps up connected staffers

AN ARMY of former political staff and politicians are spruiking for the leading CSG players, writes Anne Davies.
AN ARMY of former political staff and politicians are spruiking for the leading CSG players, writes Anne Davies.
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LAST week's correction of the wool price was short-lived, with the AWEX EMI closing on 1242 cents, a seven-cent lift. LAST week's correction of the wool price was short-lived, with the AWEX EMI closing on 1242 cents, a seven-cent lift.
IN spite of a report issued by the USDA that was widely interpreted as bearish for wheat prices, international values have spiked in the past week. IN spite of a report issued by the USDA that was widely interpreted as bearish for wheat prices, international values have spiked in the past week.
FARMERS have been urged to keep children off quad bikes and never let quad riders carry a passenger to reduce the risk of deaths and serious injuries on farms.
FARMERS have been urged to keep children off quad bikes and never let quad riders carry a passenger to reduce the risk of deaths and serious injuries on farms.
THE world remains on course for another record hot year with the first four months of 2015 setting a new high for temperatures. THE world remains on course for another record hot year with the first four months of 2015 setting a new high for temperatures.
IN A RARE show of unity France has voted unanimously to ban food waste in supermarkets by outlawing the destruction of unsold food products.
8:20 AM IN A RARE show of unity France has voted unanimously to ban food waste in supermarkets by outlawing the destruction of unsold food products. | Beaut ways to market 'ugly' fruit  | Piggies bank green savings 
AUSTRALIA caught a lucky break in March when a colony of invasive bees carrying varroa was intercepted by quarantine officials.
8:10 AM AUSTRALIA caught a lucky break in March when a colony of invasive bees carrying varroa was intercepted by quarantine officials.
A 294-hectare stone fruit property in SE Queensland, once part of a managed investment scheme, has sold to neighbouring growers.
8:05 AM A 294-hectare stone fruit property in SE Queensland, once part of a managed investment scheme, has sold to neighbouring growers. | Almond orchards' value trebles 
LOCAL growers are positioning themselves for the next superfoods trend, writes Claire Dunn.
7:55 AM LOCAL growers are positioning themselves for the next superfoods trend, writes Claire Dunn.
A FUND run by an arm of the world's largest ag company, Cargill, has enjoyed another strong profit from its Australian farming investment.
7:50 AM  1 A FUND run by an arm of the world's largest ag company, Cargill, has enjoyed another strong profit from its Australian farming investment.
TWO NT men who have made a living from camels are pleased to see a growing interest in camel milk in the past few years.
4:00 AM TWO NT men who have made a living from camels are pleased to see a growing interest in camel milk in the past few years. | Camel milk potential for SA  | Global interest spurs camel... 
ANIMAL health isn’t just about drugs and vaccines, it’s also about the relationships between people and their livestock.
4:00 AM  1 ANIMAL health isn’t just about drugs and vaccines, it’s also about the relationships between people and their livestock. | Have your say on animal welfare  | RSPCA joins livestock industry... 
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THE country’s sheep stations have long been heralded as a breeding ground for industry leaders and innovators.
4:00 AM  1 THE country’s sheep stations have long been heralded as a breeding ground for industry leaders and innovators.  | GALLERY: Jacks and jills flock to stations
EVERY family farm partnership should be thinking about growing its existing platform for future generations and the survival of their business.
4:00 AM EVERY family farm partnership should be thinking about growing its existing platform for future generations and the survival of their business. | Pitching perfect ag partnerships  | Agriculture a super investment 
TWO new test benches at the Claas testing and validation centre in France can simulate the entire working life of a tractor in just four weeks.
24 May 15 TWO new test benches at the Claas testing and validation centre in France can simulate the entire working life of a tractor in just four weeks.
THERE’S no pulling the wool over Alex Coole-Bembrick’s eyes when it comes to the future of the sheep industry.
24 May 15 THERE’S no pulling the wool over Alex Coole-Bembrick’s eyes when it comes to the future of the sheep industry.
WHILE decent autumn rains have been welcomed by many grain growers in the southern cropping region, they have also brought pests.
24 May 15 WHILE decent autumn rains have been welcomed by many grain growers in the southern cropping region, they have also brought pests. | Wheat report provides end-use data  | Crop viruses boosted by carbon... 
LIVE exports face new threat in Vietnam; EMI and EYCI on the up; agribusiness companies enjoying boom times.
23 May 15 LIVE exports face new threat in Vietnam; EMI and EYCI on the up; agribusiness companies enjoying boom times. | No live ex ban on cards, says Joyce  | Record $10.5m result for Ruralco 
THE battle against root lesion nematodes is going to ground with new research suggesting suppressive soils can provide an effective defence.
23 May 15 THE battle against root lesion nematodes is going to ground with new research suggesting suppressive soils can provide an effective defence. | Surprise gains for grain  | Think big when deep sowing wheat 
ITALIAN spinner Safil paid the top price of 3210 cents a kilogram for mohair at the industry's first auction of the year at Narrandera.
23 May 15 ITALIAN spinner Safil paid the top price of 3210 cents a kilogram for mohair at the industry's first auction of the year at Narrandera.
HOLLYWOOD actor Johnny Depp’s breach of Australian biosecurity laws is no laughing matter, says Queensland LNP MP Bruce Scott.
23 May 15  1 HOLLYWOOD actor Johnny Depp’s breach of Australian biosecurity laws is no laughing matter, says Queensland LNP MP Bruce Scott. | War on terriers averted  | Barnaby: Friend to farmers, foe... 
VIDEO: AN investment in summer weed control is paying dividends with improved crop quality and increased yields for Scott Dixon.
23 May 15 VIDEO: AN investment in summer weed control is paying dividends with improved crop quality and increased yields for Scott Dixon. | GRDC plans divide Coalition  | The pluses of pulses 
AUSTRALIAN Grain Growers Co-operative (AGG Co-op) chief executive officer Simon McNair has announced his resignation.
22 May 15 AUSTRALIAN Grain Growers Co-operative (AGG Co-op) chief executive officer Simon McNair has announced his resignation.
WORKERS being transported to farms in Victoria have been investigated by immigration and border protection investigators.
22 May 15 WORKERS being transported to farms in Victoria have been investigated by immigration and border protection investigators. | Taskforce to tackle labour-hire...  | Duopoly should act on 'slave'... 
THE priority placed on the provenance of fresh vegetables, and accurate country of origin labelling, has increased in importance for consumers.
22 May 15  2 THE priority placed on the provenance of fresh vegetables, and accurate country of origin labelling, has increased in importance for consumers. | CoOL consultation kicks off  | Coalition's CoOL warning: it's... 
THE NFF HQ has been hit by anti-live export protesters as concerns about Australian cattle exports to Vietnam continue to escalate.
22 May 15  2 THE NFF HQ has been hit by anti-live export protesters as concerns about Australian cattle exports to Vietnam continue to escalate. | New threat to Vietnamese live...  | No live ex ban on cards, says Joyce 
VIDEO: A GROUP of high school students is headed to CQ to spend a week learning about food and fibre production.
22 May 15 VIDEO: A GROUP of high school students is headed to CQ to spend a week learning about food and fibre production. | Agriculture on the curriculum  | Training top dogs and jackaroos 
A MEETING of primary industries ministers and representatives from across Australia and New Zealand is taking place today in Sydney.
22 May 15 A MEETING of primary industries ministers and representatives from across Australia and New Zealand is taking place today in Sydney. | Australia stuck in superpower...  | Agriculture a super investment 
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What so new about this - there would be Grazing families who have been doing this for generations.
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This is another example for Little Aussie Battlers to stand up to their Banks and HANG IN THERE!
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Oscar, The SFO's are part of the unrepresentative rort.
THE TASMANIAN Government has launched a new project, it claims should push up farm productivity and create jobs across the state.15 May 15 THE TASMANIAN Government has launched a new project, it claims should push up farm productivity and create jobs...
TONY Abbott says the Vic government is “ripping off” Tasmanian exporters by allowing a massive increase in charges at the Port of Melbourne.14 May 15 TONY Abbott says the Vic government is “ripping off” Tasmanian exporters by allowing a massive increase in charges...