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THE Pakenham fortnightly sale on Thursday consisted mainly of well-bred lines of cattle. THE Pakenham fortnightly sale on Thursday consisted mainly of well-bred lines of cattle.
MORE of Australia’s cropping zones have received their autumn break in the past week, with good falls across much of NSW. MORE of Australia’s cropping zones have received their autumn break in the past week, with good falls across much of NSW.
AFTER years in the doldrums, beef is back on the property investor's shopping list and farmland price signals are showing signs of revival. AFTER years in the doldrums, beef is back on the property investor's shopping list and farmland price signals are showing signs of revival.
AUSTRALIAN commodity prices are being buffered by the falling Australian dollar to an extent not seen since 2008, says the NAB. AUSTRALIAN commodity prices are being buffered by the falling Australian dollar to an extent not seen since 2008, says the NAB.
COLES' decision to shift towards everyday-low pricing will be put to the test this week, when it releases its first quarterly results since adopting a hybrid promotional strategy late last year.
11:50 AM COLES' decision to shift towards everyday-low pricing will be put to the test this week, when it releases its first quarterly results since adopting a hybrid promotional strategy late... | Coles eyes fruit farm investments  | Coles to spend $50m on farmers 
TONY Abbott promised a world-class “five pillar economy”. As his government prepares its second federal budget, how is ag faring?
9:20 AM TONY Abbott promised a world-class “five pillar economy”. As his government prepares its second federal budget, how is ag faring? | Keep a weather eye on biosecurity  | Fire ants threaten Qld's... 
BROKING firm Bell Potter has backed the takeover of water company Tandou by walnut producer Webster, but investors are still unsure about pricing.
9:05 AM  1 BROKING firm Bell Potter has backed the takeover of water company Tandou by walnut producer Webster, but investors are still unsure about pricing. | Webster's big splash: a Tandou...  | Corrigan's historic water,... 
WA farmers are optimistic they could harvest a third consecutive above-average winter crop this year, boosting the flagging economy.
8:25 AM WA farmers are optimistic they could harvest a third consecutive above-average winter crop this year, boosting the flagging economy. | Nicoletti to sell WA farms  | Receivers defend foreclosure... 
AUSTRALIA'S superannuation funds invest on average just 0.3 per cent in the agriculture sector.
8:10 AM  2 AUSTRALIA'S superannuation funds invest on average just 0.3 per cent in the agriculture sector. | Super farm sell-off predicted 
CARBON Link was pulled from the brink by Thursday's ERF auction, and began mapping a course that could change the sums for agriculture.
4:00 AM  4 CARBON Link was pulled from the brink by Thursday's ERF auction, and began mapping a course that could change the sums for agriculture. | Choose between climate futures  | Ag Energy Council axed 
EXPORTING Australia's abundant ag output is a process likely to chew up lots of cash before all those hungry buyers start paying up.
4:00 AM EXPORTING Australia's abundant ag output is a process likely to chew up lots of cash before all those hungry buyers start paying up. | Glencore's next move could be ag  | Obama scrambles for TPP deal 
AUDIO: CATCH up with ag news in our weekly audio wrap: bush Anzacs; ag pushes PETA; wild weather; EMI boost; rural property revival.
25 Apr 15 AUDIO: CATCH up with ag news in our weekly audio wrap: bush Anzacs; ag pushes PETA; wild weather; EMI boost; rural property revival. | Gallipoli diary that came full...  | Send PETA to school: WAFarmers 
IN HONOUR of 100 years of Anzac, read our moving stories of rural Australia's WW1 sacrifice.
24 Apr 15 External Link IN HONOUR of 100 years of Anzac, read our moving stories of rural Australia's WW1 sacrifice.
AGRICULTURE has played a leading role in the “stunning outcome” achieved by the first Emissions Reduction Fund auction this week.
24 Apr 15 AGRICULTURE has played a leading role in the “stunning outcome” achieved by the first Emissions Reduction Fund auction this week. | Ag Energy Council axed 
THE battle for market share between Woolworths, Coles and Aldi has come at a cost to Australia's second-largest baker, George Weston Foods.
24 Apr 15  2 THE battle for market share between Woolworths, Coles and Aldi has come at a cost to Australia's second-largest baker, George Weston Foods. | Grocers call for controls on...  | Coles fined $2.5m over 'fresh'... 
NAB is now having second thoughts about its forecast of an RBA interest rate cut to 2pc in May, now suggesting a delay until August.
24 Apr 15  1 NAB is now having second thoughts about its forecast of an RBA interest rate cut to 2pc in May, now suggesting a delay until August. | $A drops after RBA signals rate cut  | Commodities buffered by... 
ADOPTION of the 'True Aussie' brand for all agricultural produce would be “a little perplexing”, says Australian Made's Ben Lazzaro.
24 Apr 15  5 ADOPTION of the 'True Aussie' brand for all agricultural produce would be “a little perplexing”, says Australian Made's Ben Lazzaro. | Highlighting home-grown food  | Asian foodies dip into Aussie... 
VICTORIAN dairy group Murray Goulburn has acquired the Caboolture cheese brand and some equipment from the now-defunct UDP.
23 Apr 15  1 VICTORIAN dairy group Murray Goulburn has acquired the Caboolture cheese brand and some equipment from the now-defunct UDP. | MG to 'ride out' milk woes  | MG milks investor appetite 
THE untapped potential of Queensland’s biofuels and bio-manufacturing industries are being explored in a discussion paper set to be released in late May.
23 Apr 15  1 THE untapped potential of Queensland’s biofuels and bio-manufacturing industries are being explored in a discussion paper set to be released in late May. | Renewable energy investment... 
COLES will spend $50 million on nurturing farm businesses, the company has announced today.
23 Apr 15  5 COLES will spend $50 million on nurturing farm businesses, the company has announced today.  | Coles eyes fruit farm investments  | Zero food price inflation to... 
A BIGGENDEN small business owner says lower fuel prices have kept his business afloat but he shudders at what will happen if they head up.
23 Apr 15  1 A BIGGENDEN small business owner says lower fuel prices have kept his business afloat but he shudders at what will happen if they head up. | Dawn of electric truck technology  | Beef industry treading more lightly 
FORMER Grocery Industry Ombudsman Robert Gaussen is bemused why there’s no independent mediator for the retail food sector.
23 Apr 15 FORMER Grocery Industry Ombudsman Robert Gaussen is bemused why there’s no independent mediator for the retail food sector. | New Grocery Code takes force  | Producers need an ombudsman 
AUSTRALIAN commodity prices are being buffered by the falling Australian dollar to an extent not seen since 2008, says the NAB.
22 Apr 15 AUSTRALIAN commodity prices are being buffered by the falling Australian dollar to an extent not seen since 2008, says the NAB. | Hey true blue: Farmers adopt...  | Rising food prices could stall:... 
BREAKING: THE SA dairy industry has received a huge blow, with United Dairy Power placed in receivership and its Murray Bridge and Jervois manufacturing factories set to close.
22 Apr 15  2 BREAKING: THE SA dairy industry has received a huge blow, with United Dairy Power placed in receivership and its Murray Bridge and Jervois manufacturing factories set to close.
THE nation's biggest dairy group has no choice but to bring non-farmer investors into the fold -
22 Apr 15  8 THE nation's biggest dairy group has no choice but to bring non-farmer investors into the fold - "we've got to be realists". | MG milks investor appetite  | Dairy giant seeks to open gates 
THE Grocery Code of Conduct would be strengthened by empowering an ombudsman to mediate, says a leading expert.
22 Apr 15  3 THE Grocery Code of Conduct would be strengthened by empowering an ombudsman to mediate, says a leading expert. | Coalition split on grocery code  | Duopoly tops Harper review concerns 
JAPANESE investors in Australia have been frustrated by lack of focus on the broader business opportunities in the Asian region, says a new report.
21 Apr 15 JAPANESE investors in Australia have been frustrated by lack of focus on the broader business opportunities in the Asian region, says a new report. | China's dairy tide rising  | 'Fear, greed' drive China... 
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Congratulations to both Carbon Link for surviving for so long and to Dr Terry McCosker in
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And on top of that, Bim Joyd, not to many of them in these 'climate' organisations have too much
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What happened, Shorty, was that there was a global effort to upgrade and correct computer
Necessity was the mother of innovation for Stoney Creek Oil Products.22 Apr 15 Necessity was the mother of innovation for Stoney Creek Oil Products.
A NEW logo has been launched to recognise impending changes to Australia's clean air legislation. 
22 Apr 15 A NEW logo has been launched to recognise impending changes to Australia's clean air legislation.