More wins in wild dog fight

THE future of the National Wild Dog Action Plan has been secured for another two years following an injection of $1.35m from the federal government.
THE future of the National Wild Dog Action Plan has been secured for another two years following an injection of $1.35m from the federal government.
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STARVED of recent store sheep buying opportunities, restockers set a cracking pace at the Wycheproof sheep sale Friday bidding the opening yard of 82 crossbred ewes and their 142 marked young lambs to a sale high of $276 a head. STARVED of recent store sheep buying opportunities, restockers set a cracking pace at the Wycheproof sheep sale Friday bidding the opening yard of 82 crossbred ewes and their 142 marked young lambs to a sale high of $276 a head.
BARRY O’Sullivan will have a singular focus when he spearheads a trade delegation to China to seal the deal on kangaroo meat exports. BARRY O’Sullivan will have a singular focus when he spearheads a trade delegation to China to seal the deal on kangaroo meat exports.
FARMERS are calling on the Liberal Party to kill off a push to derail Australia making commitments at upcoming climate talks. FARMERS are calling on the Liberal Party to kill off a push to derail Australia making commitments at upcoming climate talks.
THE price of Australian young cattle continues to gallop upwards, closing Thursday's markets at 513c/kg, up 177.75 on last year. THE price of Australian young cattle continues to gallop upwards, closing Thursday's markets at 513c/kg, up 177.75 on last year.
MIDDLE Eastern countries have different traditions to Australia but have been “greatly offended” by the “finger pointing” they’ve received over live export.
27 Jun 15  4 MIDDLE Eastern countries have different traditions to Australia but have been “greatly offended” by the “finger pointing” they’ve received over live export. | Push for new Saudi live-ex trade  | China gets a taste of Elders 
THE animal export sector has been working to develop an alternative system to ESCAS which would operate across all Australia’s live export markets.
25 Jun 15  4 THE animal export sector has been working to develop an alternative system to ESCAS which would operate across all Australia’s live export markets. | Push for live-ex inspector slammed  | ALEC considering welfare action... 
AUSTRALIAN livestock exports to Saudi Arabia remain in a state of flux, despite efforts to reopen the potentially lucrative market.
25 Jun 15  4 AUSTRALIAN livestock exports to Saudi Arabia remain in a state of flux, despite efforts to reopen the potentially lucrative market. | ESCAS alternative at pilot stage  | Push for live-ex inspector slammed 
THE current outlook on all commodities is excellent.
18 Jun 15 THE current outlook on all commodities is excellent. | GALLERY: Young Guns get market ready
WILD dogs are on the move and threatening fringe metropolitan communities, not just farming regions, according to Barnaby Joyce.
16 Jun 15  3 WILD dogs are on the move and threatening fringe metropolitan communities, not just farming regions, according to Barnaby Joyce.
LABOR’S move to reintroduce an independent inspector-general of animal welfare and live animal exports has been slammed by the Abbott government.
16 Jun 15  17 LABOR’S move to reintroduce an independent inspector-general of animal welfare and live animal exports has been slammed by the Abbott government. | ESCAS 'failing' in Israel, says...  | Fresh allegations over Israeli... 
WANT to roll the dice and attempt to breed a champion racehorse with Triple Crown winner American Pharoah?
11 Jun 15 WANT to roll the dice and attempt to breed a champion racehorse with Triple Crown winner American Pharoah?
HIGHLAND cattle breeders from SA and Vic converged on Mount Pleasant for the 2015 Australian Highland Cattle Society National Show.
09 Jun 15 HIGHLAND cattle breeders from SA and Vic converged on Mount Pleasant for the 2015 Australian Highland Cattle Society National Show. | Days most successful day at Wodonga  | GALLERY: Pleasant Highland fling
VIDEO: WHAT is that smell?
09 Jun 15 VIDEO: WHAT is that smell? "It's the smell of money," says Bourke goat farmer Robbie Newton, surrounded by wild goats. | Mohair market's strong start  | Genetics key to growing export...  | VIDEO: Farming wild goats
UPDATED 9am: ANIMALS Australia says cruel slaughter practices in Israel have highlighted the failure of live export regulations.
08 Jun 15  19 UPDATED 9am: ANIMALS Australia says cruel slaughter practices in Israel have highlighted the failure of live export regulations. | No live ex ban on cards, says Joyce  | ALEC considering welfare action... 
A NEW welfare complaint over cattle processed at an abattoir in Israel is being investigated by the Federal Department of Agriculture.
08 Jun 15 A NEW welfare complaint over cattle processed at an abattoir in Israel is being investigated by the Federal Department of Agriculture. | ALEC considering welfare action...  | New threat to Vietnamese live... 
BULLS sold to a record top of $20,500 at the Palgrove Charolais sale at Scone on Friday.
05 Jun 15 BULLS sold to a record top of $20,500 at the Palgrove Charolais sale at Scone on Friday.
ABOUT six creditors entangled in Carpenter International's failed China deal are expected to challenge the company's administrator in the Supreme Court of Victoria over stock ownership.
05 Jun 15 ABOUT six creditors entangled in Carpenter International's failed China deal are expected to challenge the company's administrator in the Supreme Court of Victoria over stock ownership.
LIVESTOCK producers can take advantage of a new biosecurity management tool.
03 Jun 15 LIVESTOCK producers can take advantage of a new biosecurity management tool. | The farmers' data friend 
THE Australian red meat sector prospects are set to stay positive for 2015, with strong cattle and sheep prices to remain ‘healthy’.
03 Jun 15 THE Australian red meat sector prospects are set to stay positive for 2015, with strong cattle and sheep prices to remain ‘healthy’. | US cattle price outlook positive  | Have your say on sheep levy funds 
THE release of the long-awaited Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines for sheep and cattle has been delayed.
03 Jun 15  1 THE release of the long-awaited Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines for sheep and cattle has been delayed. | ALEC considering welfare action...  | Animal welfare stakeholders to meet 
REDUCING the threat of antibiotic resistance in humans - and livestock - will be addressed in a new national strategy.
02 Jun 15 REDUCING the threat of antibiotic resistance in humans - and livestock - will be addressed in a new national strategy.
A JOINT six-point plan demanding additional measures for the live export industry has been submitted by Animals Australia and RSPCA.
28 May 15  11 A JOINT six-point plan demanding additional measures for the live export industry has been submitted by Animals Australia and RSPCA. | Animal welfare stakeholders to meet  | No live ex ban on cards, says Joyce 
RSPCA AUSTRALIA will accompany Animals Australia when the two groups meet with the Australian Livestock Exporters Council (ALEC) in Canberra today.
27 May 15  7 RSPCA AUSTRALIA will accompany Animals Australia when the two groups meet with the Australian Livestock Exporters Council (ALEC) in Canberra today. | Activists target Farmers'...  | No live ex ban on cards, says Joyce 
HOW do farmers feed the world's ever growing population and the meet the ever increasing demand for higher protein diets?
27 May 15 HOW do farmers feed the world's ever growing population and the meet the ever increasing demand for higher protein diets?
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.
WHILE opposing “factory farming”, animal advocacy group Voiceless admits it does not have a clear definition of the term.
22 May 15  2 WHILE opposing “factory farming”, animal advocacy group Voiceless admits it does not have a clear definition of the term.  | New threat to Vietnamese live...  | RSPCA accused of hypocrisy 
THE RSPCA demands higher animal welfare standards from livestock industries than of itself, says Senator David Leyonhjelm.
20 May 15 THE RSPCA demands higher animal welfare standards from livestock industries than of itself, says Senator David Leyonhjelm. | New threat to Vietnamese live...  | Leyonhjelm backs anti-trespass Bill 
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Look no matter who's in charge or who's proposing cuts, it's going to sound scary and radical
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J Carpenter, you have an odd idea about how science operates, and the role (in particular) of
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The Reserve price scheme would have continued had they set a figure at cost of production not at
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