Hemp ban discussion

ANDREW Wilkie has renewed his call for Australian and New Zealand health ministers to approve the use of industrial hemp as a food.
ANDREW Wilkie has renewed his call for Australian and New Zealand health ministers to approve the use of industrial hemp as a food.
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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.
Tasmanian Rubigold apples prove a hit in China - and with marketing gurus.
01 Jul 15 Tasmanian Rubigold apples prove a hit in China - and with marketing gurus.
ONIONS Australia is unconcerned about the Senate inquiry into agricultural levies.
01 Jul 15 ONIONS Australia is unconcerned about the Senate inquiry into agricultural levies.
GIPPSLAND Merino studs will open their gates for field days and a ram sale next Tuesday and Wednesday.
01 Jul 15 GIPPSLAND Merino studs will open their gates for field days and a ram sale next Tuesday and Wednesday.
AFTER unexpectedly selling their Benalla farm last month, Welcome Swallow stud principals Jim and Suzy Martin are now preparing for the first of their herd dispersals.
01 Jul 15 AFTER unexpectedly selling their Benalla farm last month, Welcome Swallow stud principals Jim and Suzy Martin are now preparing for the first of their herd dispersals.
Cattle - Beef
Major milk processors have set the same opening milk prices, but Australian Dairy Farmers Co-operative has opened with a premium.
01 Jul 15  1 Major milk processors have set the same opening milk prices, but Australian Dairy Farmers Co-operative has opened with a premium.
MERINO breeders are faced with the challenge of attracting young people to the industry, responding to changing consumer trends in terms of meat and fibre, and arresting the decline of the national Merino flock.
01 Jul 15 MERINO breeders are faced with the challenge of attracting young people to the industry, responding to changing consumer trends in terms of meat and fibre, and arresting the decline of...
WILLIAMS, Western Australia, wool grower and Navanvale stud co-principal Mitch Hogg is a young up-and-comer on WA's Merino scene.
01 Jul 15 WILLIAMS, Western Australia, wool grower and Navanvale stud co-principal Mitch Hogg is a young up-and-comer on WA's Merino scene.
IF THERE is a woolshed in the far south-west Wimmera, there's a fair chance Richie Foster has shorn there.
01 Jul 15 IF THERE is a woolshed in the far south-west Wimmera, there's a fair chance Richie Foster has shorn there.
AS Gabrielle Balfour-Glassey plays with her toddler Ethan, she recalls the harrowing moment he was born prematurely at 27 weeks.
01 Jul 15 AS Gabrielle Balfour-Glassey plays with her toddler Ethan, she recalls the harrowing moment he was born prematurely at 27 weeks.
TALENTS on the football field are being challenged by skills in the shearing shed as the controversial development of the national Ultimate Wool Team is a step closer.
01 Jul 15 TALENTS on the football field are being challenged by skills in the shearing shed as the controversial development of the national Ultimate Wool Team is a step closer.
ON COMMAND, Luke Twigg's Kelpies enthusiastically leap onto a hay bale on his Bears Lagoon farm, north of Serpentine.
01 Jul 15 ON COMMAND, Luke Twigg's Kelpies enthusiastically leap onto a hay bale on his Bears Lagoon farm, north of Serpentine.
LYN Dehnert and her partner Trevor Guppy are thrilled to be showing sheep from their Lyntree Southdown stud for the first time at this year's Australian Sheep & Wool Show (ASWS).
01 Jul 15 LYN Dehnert and her partner Trevor Guppy are thrilled to be showing sheep from their Lyntree Southdown stud for the first time at this year's Australian Sheep & Wool Show (ASWS).
WITH demand for skilled employees growing and the need for ongoing on-farm succession and sustainability, the Australian Sheep Breeders' Association will again highlight the youth sections of the Australian Sheep & Wool Show.
01 Jul 15 WITH demand for skilled employees growing and the need for ongoing on-farm succession and sustainability, the Australian Sheep Breeders' Association will again highlight the youth...
SHEARING time at the family's Broadwater farm was always Clare Price's favourite time of year.
01 Jul 15 SHEARING time at the family's Broadwater farm was always Clare Price's favourite time of year.
WOOL GROWER Clive Pearson was determined to prove the old timers wrong when he was told crossbred lambs would never suit the western tablelands country of northern NSW.
01 Jul 15 WOOL GROWER Clive Pearson was determined to prove the old timers wrong when he was told crossbred lambs would never suit the western tablelands country of northern NSW.
FIFTY minutes is all it takes to knit a jumper.
01 Jul 15  1 FIFTY minutes is all it takes to knit a jumper.
WESTERN District stud principal Tom Silcock is undergoing dramatic trials on the family's property in a bid to lift production of their Merino flock while producing a premium wool product.
01 Jul 15 WESTERN District stud principal Tom Silcock is undergoing dramatic trials on the family's property in a bid to lift production of their Merino flock while producing a premium wool product.
WHILE many prime lamb producers use White Suffolks as a terminal breed, Bob Williamson is capitalising on the maternal traits of fertility, lambing ease and milking ability.
01 Jul 15 WHILE many prime lamb producers use White Suffolks as a terminal breed, Bob Williamson is capitalising on the maternal traits of fertility, lambing ease and milking ability.
IAN Turner firmly believes the introduction of the White Suffolk breed has helped to bring about enormous improvements to the Australian prime lamb scene.
01 Jul 15 IAN Turner firmly believes the introduction of the White Suffolk breed has helped to bring about enormous improvements to the Australian prime lamb scene.
THIS is arguably Stock & Land's busiest time of year, but for many of our team, it is probably our favourite.
01 Jul 15 THIS is arguably Stock & Land's busiest time of year, but for many of our team, it is probably our favourite.
ONE of NSW's leading Merino studs – Bundaleer – is moving into polled rams, with co-owner Gavin Lieschke saying in 10 years horned animals could be gone completely.
01 Jul 15 ONE of NSW's leading Merino studs – Bundaleer – is moving into polled rams, with co-owner Gavin Lieschke saying in 10 years horned animals could be gone completely.
MANY a keen knitter or crocheter will tell you that they cut their craft teeth by producing squares out of spare balls of wool.
01 Jul 15 MANY a keen knitter or crocheter will tell you that they cut their craft teeth by producing squares out of spare balls of wool.
THE Mortlock brothers, Greg and Malcolm, have been long-time supporters of the Australian Fleece Competition.
01 Jul 15 THE Mortlock brothers, Greg and Malcolm, have been long-time supporters of the Australian Fleece Competition.
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The Japanese are VERY patient investors.......I think you'll find Sumitomo are playing the
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Joel, stick to geeing up Labor.I do not want to read this drivel.
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Sounds like a return to the Dark Ages. How soon before we start publicly burning anyone who
ONIONS Australia is unconcerned about the Senate inquiry into agricultural levies.01 Jul 15 ONIONS Australia is unconcerned about the Senate inquiry into agricultural levies.
A Northern Tasmanian community group, proposing a private irrigation scheme at Circular Head, has welcomed input from Tasmanian Irrigation29 Jun 15 A Northern Tasmanian community group, proposing a private irrigation scheme at Circular Head, has welcomed input...