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HEAVIER steers topped at $900 a head at the Euroa store cattle sale this afternoon.
HEAVIER steers topped at $900 a head at the Euroa store cattle sale this afternoon.
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HEAVIER steers topped at $900 a head at the Euroa store cattle sale this afternoon. HEAVIER steers topped at $900 a head at the Euroa store cattle sale this afternoon.
AN ONLINE food network is hoping to shift the balance of power away from Australia's supermarket duopoly but needs $100,000 from a crowd-funded project to launch the scheme nation-wide. AN ONLINE food network is hoping to shift the balance of power away from Australia's supermarket duopoly but needs $100,000 from a crowd-funded project to launch the scheme nation-wide.
AUSTRALIAN Lamb Group's decision to indefinitely suspend trade to Russia has been met with industry caution. AUSTRALIAN Lamb Group's decision to indefinitely suspend trade to Russia has been met with industry caution.
THE prospect of farmers making one annual payment towards a single, strong farm advocacy voice is a possibility. THE prospect of farmers making one annual payment towards a single, strong farm advocacy voice is a possibility.
VICTORIA’S freezing winter weather today was not enough to chill the excitement of the official Colac saleyard’s new $1million roof opening that coincided with the winter store sale.
5:31 PM VICTORIA’S freezing winter weather today was not enough to chill the excitement of the official Colac saleyard’s new $1million roof opening that coincided with the winter store sale.
SEVERAL failed springs over the past decade has made traditional out-of-season feed more risky and resulted in an increased sowing of oats as a
1:03 PM SEVERAL failed springs over the past decade has made traditional out-of-season feed more risky and resulted in an increased sowing of oats as a "safe feed" option.  | Weather warning for graziers  | Ewes a lifetime ahead at Nareen 
THIS year's annual Livestock Saleyards Association of Victoria (LSAV) conference will be held in Melbourne under the theme of
4:00 AM THIS year's annual Livestock Saleyards Association of Victoria (LSAV) conference will be held in Melbourne under the theme of "Livestock Marketing: Future Trends".
THE best autumn start in recent times is now behind us and the dive from magnificent autumn days – when growing feed seemed to be a leisure activity – to the depths of winter and an onslaught of cold wet and windy conditions is upon us.
4:00 AM THE best autumn start in recent times is now behind us and the dive from magnificent autumn days – when growing feed seemed to be a leisure activity – to the depths of winter and an...
A CAMPAIGN to address the chronic skill shortage in the agricultural sector has gained momentum and will see an increase in primary industry programs offered in high schools next year.
4:00 AM A CAMPAIGN to address the chronic skill shortage in the agricultural sector has gained momentum and will see an increase in primary industry programs offered in high schools next year.
Warm and sunny weather brought out a large crowd for a small winter yarding at Pakenham today.
31 Jul 14 Warm and sunny weather brought out a large crowd for a small winter yarding at Pakenham today.  | Store sheep robust despite lamb...  | Winter hits Leongatha sale 
POWERFUL winds are ripping down trees and powerlines in Victoria before the temperature plummets and the snow falls to low levels.
31 Jul 14 POWERFUL winds are ripping down trees and powerlines in Victoria before the temperature plummets and the snow falls to low levels.
THE Wagga Wagga prime sheep market struggled to gain momentum again this week, with new season lambs the only category selling to steady demand.
31 Jul 14 THE Wagga Wagga prime sheep market struggled to gain momentum again this week, with new season lambs the only category selling to steady demand. | Store sheep robust despite lamb...  | Cow prices raising questions 
FOR Hamilton livestock agent Brady Hicks, preparing for the Young Auctioneers Competition (YAC) at Sheepvention began years ago when he was drafting sheep in the saleyards.
31 Jul 14 FOR Hamilton livestock agent Brady Hicks, preparing for the Young Auctioneers Competition (YAC) at Sheepvention began years ago when he was drafting sheep in the saleyards.
THE king of the sheep breeds will strut centre stage at the 36th annual Sheepvention showcase in Hamilton next month when the Merino is celebrated as the event's feature breed.
31 Jul 14 THE king of the sheep breeds will strut centre stage at the 36th annual Sheepvention showcase in Hamilton next month when the Merino is celebrated as the event's feature breed.  | Grathlyn ram follows through at...  | Merino operation's goals change 
THE lamb market may have developed the shakes over the past week but the store market remains strong.
31 Jul 14 THE lamb market may have developed the shakes over the past week but the store market remains strong.
THE US grinding beef market for 90CL meat has hit all-time records and doesn't look like weakening in the near future.
31 Jul 14 THE US grinding beef market for 90CL meat has hit all-time records and doesn't look like weakening in the near future.
AN ONLINE food network is hoping to shift the balance of power away from Australia's supermarket duopoly but needs $100,000 from a crowd-funded project to launch the scheme nation-wide.
31 Jul 14 AN ONLINE food network is hoping to shift the balance of power away from Australia's supermarket duopoly but needs $100,000 from a crowd-funded project to launch the scheme nation-wide.
MORE than 300,000 foxes have been eradicated under the State Government’s fox and wild dog bounty program, with more than $3 million paid to hunters.
30 Jul 14  1 MORE than 300,000 foxes have been eradicated under the State Government’s fox and wild dog bounty program, with more than $3 million paid to hunters.
A FIGHT has erupted between John and Karen Watson of Echuca and Campaspe Shire Council over their right to farm, as encroaching residential development threatens their beef operation.
29 Jul 14 A FIGHT has erupted between John and Karen Watson of Echuca and Campaspe Shire Council over their right to farm, as encroaching residential development threatens their beef operation.
A NEW five-year bilateral agreement announced today will see research and development in the Victorian grains industry receive a shot in the arm.
28 Jul 14  1 A NEW five-year bilateral agreement announced today will see research and development in the Victorian grains industry receive a shot in the arm.
SEVERAL Australian dairy companies have changed hands over the past year, with the swing towards mergers and acquisitions appearing to be a wide-reaching and global trend.
28 Jul 14 SEVERAL Australian dairy companies have changed hands over the past year, with the swing towards mergers and acquisitions appearing to be a wide-reaching and global trend.
THREATENING El Niño conditions following a bumper autumn and winter has National Grass Seed Action Plan head co-ordinator Geoff Duddy concerned about a major seed contamination season looming.
28 Jul 14  1 THREATENING El Niño conditions following a bumper autumn and winter has National Grass Seed Action Plan head co-ordinator Geoff Duddy concerned about a major seed contamination season...
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The Australian Dairy Herd Improvement Scheme's National Breeding Objective Review team is coming to Maffra in Gippsland tonight (Monday, July 28).
28 Jul 14 The Australian Dairy Herd Improvement Scheme's National Breeding Objective Review team is coming to Maffra in Gippsland tonight (Monday, July 28).
TEACHERS across Australia are about to receive new resources aimed at encouraging primary and secondary schools to introduce agriculture in the classroom - and right across the curriculum.
25 Jul 14 TEACHERS across Australia are about to receive new resources aimed at encouraging primary and secondary schools to introduce agriculture in the classroom - and right across the curriculum.
Winter has really hit in Gippsland and this was evident at the Leongatha store sale yesterday, with agents offering a very small and mixed quality yarding.
25 Jul 14 Winter has really hit in Gippsland and this was evident at the Leongatha store sale yesterday, with agents offering a very small and mixed quality yarding. | Wet sees numbers down at Wodonga  | Demand strong at cheaper... 
THE saga on Murray Goulburn employees striking over a pay dispute continued last week when the dairy co-operative took the issue to the Fair Work Commission.
25 Jul 14 THE saga on Murray Goulburn employees striking over a pay dispute continued last week when the dairy co-operative took the issue to the Fair Work Commission.
Opportunities to build beef profits at an industry and single farm level tied together the presentations at the South West Beef Conference yesterday.
25 Jul 14 Opportunities to build beef profits at an industry and single farm level tied together the presentations at the South West Beef Conference yesterday.
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Advise us on CSG, they can't even advise on beef. First thing to do is ask the CSG CO to pay for
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I 100% agree Bushie, there is no place for "ignorant and proud", particularly in the
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When are our governments going to make provision for Australians to invest in our own country?
AN ONLINE food network is hoping to shift the balance of power away from Australia's supermarket duopoly but needs $100,000 from a crowd-funded project to launch the scheme nation-wide.31 Jul 14 AN ONLINE food network is hoping to shift the balance of power away from Australia's supermarket duopoly but needs...
SEVERAL Australian dairy companies have changed hands over the past year, with the swing towards mergers and acquisitions appearing to be a wide-reaching and global trend.28 Jul 14 SEVERAL Australian dairy companies have changed hands over the past year, with the swing towards mergers and...