Marsh loses GM appeal

WA organic farmer Steve Marsh has lost his court appeal for compensation.
WA organic farmer Steve Marsh has lost his court appeal for compensation.
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NFF CEO Simon Talbot says Chinese farm industry and political officials are confused about the union-led campaign against the FTA.
NFF CEO Simon Talbot says Chinese farm industry and political officials are confused about the union-led campaign against the FTA.
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has warned of the risks of a AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has warned of the risks of a "fiscal cliff" if the current 2 per cent wool levy is not supported.
DEBATE over government intervention at saleyards has underpinned evidence presented at the red meat inquiry today. DEBATE over government intervention at saleyards has underpinned evidence presented at the red meat inquiry today.
THE powerful El Nino continues to intensify in the Pacific and is now the strongest since the record-breaking 1997-98 event. THE powerful El Nino continues to intensify in the Pacific and is now the strongest since the record-breaking 1997-98 event.
UPDATED: A WOOLLY mammoth has strolled out of the scrub in southern NSW and the RSPCA has moved quickly to remove the sheep's heavy coat.
10:30 AM UPDATED: A WOOLLY mammoth has strolled out of the scrub in southern NSW and the RSPCA has moved quickly to remove the sheep's heavy coat.
AS farmer and mining groups combine to defend the ChAFTA, horticulture stands cautiously optimistic over the new deals.
10:16 AM AS farmer and mining groups combine to defend the ChAFTA, horticulture stands cautiously optimistic over the new deals. | ChAFTA campaign hits overdrive  | Farmers 'wedged' on ChAFTA: Sterle 
THREE pork producers and Australian Pork Limited will change the labelling of selected pork products after a review by the ACCC.
9:33 AM THREE pork producers and Australian Pork Limited will change the labelling of selected pork products after a review by the ACCC. | Only cage ban will clean up pork  | Phase out of sow stalls on target 
AUSTRALIAN beef exports to the US have hit 85 per cent of the US beef quota.
7:42 AM AUSTRALIAN beef exports to the US have hit 85 per cent of the US beef quota. | JBS launches Shorthorn brand  | Aus beef goes online to China 
Cattle - Beef
FURNITURE and appliances retailer Harvey Norman has invested $34 million in one of Australia's largest dairy farms.
7:05 AM  2 FURNITURE and appliances retailer Harvey Norman has invested $34 million in one of Australia's largest dairy farms. | Profit shave for Bega Cheese  | MG weathers tough conditions 
AUGUST rain might have put new season lamb supply on hold in the south, but the big winter wet has set up conditions for a buoyant spring.
4:00 AM AUGUST rain might have put new season lamb supply on hold in the south, but the big winter wet has set up conditions for a buoyant spring.
PROTECTING the integrity of Australia's $7 billion wheat industry has never been more important as global demand and competition rises.
4:00 AM  5 PROTECTING the integrity of Australia's $7 billion wheat industry has never been more important as global demand and competition rises.  | Ord's big seed harvest kicks off  | GPA, GGL must reach consensus 
NFF CEO Simon Talbot says Chinese farm industry and political officials are confused about the union-led campaign against the FTA.
4:00 AM  2 NFF CEO Simon Talbot says Chinese farm industry and political officials are confused about the union-led campaign against the FTA.  | Farmers gear up for FTA fight  | ChAFTA campaign hits overdrive 
WELLARD is renaming its WA Wheatbelt farming operations from Wellard Agri Ltd to Giovi Ltd as part of a corporate reorganisation to prepare the company's flagship trading division for a possible change in capital structure.
4:00 AM WELLARD is renaming its WA Wheatbelt farming operations from Wellard Agri Ltd to Giovi Ltd as part of a corporate reorganisation to prepare the company's flagship trading division for a...
FOURTH generation medium wool producer Roger Polkinghorne is among the woolgrowers confident AWI is spending growers’ money wisely.
4:00 AM  1 FOURTH generation medium wool producer Roger Polkinghorne is among the woolgrowers confident AWI is spending growers’ money wisely. | Wool slips another 41c/kg  | AWI urges growers to maintain... 
Sheep - Wool
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has warned of the risks of a
4:00 AM  5 AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has warned of the risks of a "fiscal cliff" if the current 2 per cent wool levy is not supported. | Wool slips another 41c/kg  | AWI urges growers to maintain... 
Sheep - Wool
AGRICULTURAL equipment giant John Deere has entered the burgeoning high horsepower tracked tractor market with its first-ever 4-track machines.
4:00 AM AGRICULTURAL equipment giant John Deere has entered the burgeoning high horsepower tracked tractor market with its first-ever 4-track machines.
BARNABY Joyce has blasted the media watchdog’s ruling that codes of decency were not breached when he was called a series of names during a live radio interview.
02 Sep 15  7 BARNABY Joyce has blasted the media watchdog’s ruling that codes of decency were not breached when he was called a series of names during a live radio interview.
The battle for Barnaby Joyce's seat shapes as a key election contest, with rural independent Tony Windsor
02 Sep 15  12 The battle for Barnaby Joyce's seat shapes as a key election contest, with rural independent Tony Windsor "likely" to mount a comeback.
THE principal of a new online business designed to help the ag sector quickly source short-term labour has won an innovation award.
02 Sep 15 THE principal of a new online business designed to help the ag sector quickly source short-term labour has won an innovation award.
DEBATE over government intervention at saleyards has underpinned evidence presented at the red meat inquiry today.
02 Sep 15  4 DEBATE over government intervention at saleyards has underpinned evidence presented at the red meat inquiry today. | Another young cattle record  | Fear skews facts at red meat... 
Cattle - Beef
THE powerful El Nino continues to intensify in the Pacific and is now the strongest since the record-breaking 1997-98 event.
02 Sep 15 THE powerful El Nino continues to intensify in the Pacific and is now the strongest since the record-breaking 1997-98 event. | Winter's highs and lows  | Busy bushfire season ahead 
FONTERRA Australia has pushed the start button on its new Cobden Beverages Plant to supply Woolworths Select Own Brand Milk in Victoria for the next 10 years.
02 Sep 15 FONTERRA Australia has pushed the start button on its new Cobden Beverages Plant to supply Woolworths Select Own Brand Milk in Victoria for the next 10 years.  | Aussie farmers being paid too...  | Fonterra slashes NZ milk price 
THE federal government should write off part of its investments in the national broadband network to help boost its chances of being profitable, according to an NBN analyst.
02 Sep 15 THE federal government should write off part of its investments in the national broadband network to help boost its chances of being profitable, according to an NBN analyst. | NBN to deploy 5G technology in...  | Telstra rival condemns NBN 
MA XINGFA made his fortune in ball bearings - he sees China's future in eating Australian beef.
02 Sep 15 MA XINGFA made his fortune in ball bearings - he sees China's future in eating Australian beef. | Aus beef goes online to China  | China firm may buy $1b in farmland 
Cattle - Beef
MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service has this week re-commenced reporting national AuctionsPlus cattle and sheep sales.
02 Sep 15  1 MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service has this week re-commenced reporting national AuctionsPlus cattle and sheep sales. | Aus beef goes online to China  | Spirited buying at Roma 
THE hyperactive hurricane season in the Pacific has jumped up another gear, spawning a record trio of category 4 strength tropical storms that will give the powerful El Nino event yet another boost.
02 Sep 15 THE hyperactive hurricane season in the Pacific has jumped up another gear, spawning a record trio of category 4 strength tropical storms that will give the powerful El Nino event yet...
THE red meat processing sector inquiry Senate hearing at Albury-Wodonga today will focus on allegations of collusion.
02 Sep 15  1 THE red meat processing sector inquiry Senate hearing at Albury-Wodonga today will focus on allegations of collusion.
Cattle - Beef
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Excellent question aa, considering 90%+ is bought by china, why the Europe focus? Taking claim
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I'm always amused when the CEO of a mob like AWI offers "The levy is matched by federal
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Dept of Ag didn't bust Depp-it was the dog groomer or the like that "dobbed" the dogs in! As per
ANIMALS have been front and centre of Wendy Parish's life since she was a child growing up on her parents' dairy farm near Colac in south-west Victoria.27 Aug 15 ANIMALS have been front and centre of Wendy Parish's life since she was a child growing up on her parents' dairy...
AN equine influenza outbreak in 2007 triggered Rebecca Stacey to kick-start a career in agriculture.27 Aug 15 AN equine influenza outbreak in 2007 triggered Rebecca Stacey to kick-start a career in agriculture.