Bunge's southern port plans

FRESH from setting up a new bulk grain port terminal in Bunbury, WA, Bunge Australia has announced plans for a new export facility in Geelong, Victoria.
FRESH from setting up a new bulk grain port terminal in Bunbury, WA, Bunge Australia has announced plans for a new export facility in Geelong, Victoria.
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IT'S been a long-time coming, but it's finally official: the Euroa saleyards is getting a roof.
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THE Tasmanian Farmers and Growers Association welcomes the State government’s continued GMO moratorium.
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A COMMERCIAL genetically modified (GM) wheat product could still be a decade away from hitting the marketplace.
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USING existing infrastructure to its full capacity would be a simple way of boosting the nation's ability to move grain to port, says Jock Carter.
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AFTER more than 20 years’ experience in cereals, Steven Simpfendorfer landed the inaugural GRDC excellence award this week.
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RAIL operators face a dizzying array of variables making their job difficult, according to the chief operating officer at Watco.
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MP Andrew Wilkie is increasing pressure on the federal government to legalise a potentially lucrative market: industrial hemp.
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VIDEO: ON-FARM research has ensured grain grower Peter Durkin is in the box seat to respond to nutrient depletion and herbicide resistance.
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INDOMITABLE WA farmer Michael Baxter has been crowned winner of the WA Pastoralists and Graziers Association’s Achievement Award.
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ASCOCHYTA blight has reared its head in northern NSW chickpea crops, prompting a warning to chickpea growers and consultants.
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AFTER seizing five oil fields and Iraq's biggest dam, Sunni militants now control another powerful economic weapon – wheat supplies.
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WATER and low prices look set to drive down the total cotton crop in NSW during summer.
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A NUMBER of WA growers have long called for a shake-up of the Grains Research and Development Corporation.
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A CONTRACTOR has died carrying out maintenance work at the CBH facility in Northampton, WA.
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GRAINGROWERS chairman John Eastburn is to retire from the farmer-run industry advocacy and self-help organisation after six years in the role.
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THERE may be concerns about Ukraine and Russia, but there's other eastern European producers starting to have a big impact.
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AN independent review into the governance of the GRDC  says the current government-run model needs to change.
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THE future of grain production - including the use of robotic technology and drones - will captivate growers and advisers.
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CORPORATE ownership is on the rise, but family farms are still the backbone of ag in Australia – the challenge for many is how to keep the business in the family.
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It is a start but any "car" with two wheels and no roof should likewise be banned from public roads.
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Watch the space after the levies report.
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Well the farmers and country people think labour are a bad party. however Labour have always
TASMANIAN fish farmer Tassal  has reported a strong  rise in profits despite a small fall in revenue.21 Aug 14 TASMANIAN fish farmer Tassal has reported a strong rise in profits despite a small fall in revenue.
THERE'S been a moratorium on genetically-modified (GM) crops in Tasmania since 2001, but could co-existence between non-GM food crops and GM food crops work?
A senior consultant at Macquarie Franklin, Thom Goodwin, said the State's debate on GM needed to move forward, and co-existence could be the answer.
Mr Goodwin told delegates at a Grains Research & Development Corporation21 Aug 14 THERE'S been a moratorium on genetically-modified (GM) crops in Tasmania since 2001, but could co-existence between...