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AMID claims of an

Amnesty on water levies proposed  

AMID claims of an "underhanded approach by government" on water levies, a meeting at Uraidla proposed a "sensible resolution".
On the back of a rich history in cattle trading, the Rowe family has grown the operation exponentially in the past five years. 3:30 AM On the back of a rich history in cattle trading, the Rowe family has grown the operation exponentially in the past...
THE Abbott government's vicious attack on the unions and the opposition over warnings about labour provisions in the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement is pitting farmers against other workers, says WA Labor Senator Glenn Sterle. 6:30 AM 2 THE Abbott government's vicious attack on the unions and the opposition over warnings about labour provisions in the...
THE Follett name is commonly associated with wine these days but one member of the family is hoping to bring back its association with the dairy industry. 30 Aug 15 THE Follett name is commonly associated with wine these days but one member of the family is hoping to bring back...
At saleyards across SA, the question is being asked: are sucker lambs the dearest on record? 30 Aug 15 At saleyards across SA, the question is being asked: are sucker lambs the dearest on record?
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I remember years ago(80s) being told we were the most efficient farmers in the world, at the
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I wonder how much Mr Spierlings gets paid and how it compares with the average Farmer's returns?
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This is another example of the sad farm produce payment model that we have in

MACQUARIE Agricultural Funds Management's $150 million cropping property company, Lawson Grains, has reported a $100,000 profit, up from a $3 million loss last year.02 Jun 14  6 MACQUARIE Agricultural Funds Management's $150 million cropping property company, Lawson Grains, has reported a...
INCOMING Coles boss John Durkan has signalled prospects of a fresh price war across the supermarket aisles.29 May 14  1 INCOMING Coles boss John Durkan has signalled prospects of a fresh price war across the supermarket aisles.
A GROUNDBREAKING new deal will see Chinese consumers able to buy Australian chilled beef direct online for the first time.
A GROUNDBREAKING new deal will see Chinese consumers able to buy Australian chilled beef direct online for the first...

THE Follett name is commonly associated with wine these days but one member of the family is hoping to bring back its association with the dairy industry.30 Aug 15 THE Follett name is commonly associated with wine these days but one member of the family is hoping to bring back...
THE state government has conceded Mark and Helen Tyler, Willunga Hill, did not get a fair trial during their prosecution for the sale of raw milk.28 Aug 15 THE state government has conceded Mark and Helen Tyler, Willunga Hill, did not get a fair trial during their...
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation (AWI) has launched the 2015 WoolPoll with an appeal to woolgrowers to vote for a two per cent levy to continue. AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation (AWI) has launched the 2015 WoolPoll with an appeal to woolgrowers to vote for a two per...

MICHELL Wool Pty Ltd operates on the premise that the way forward for the industry is to link Australian wool producers with their consumers.29 Aug 15 MICHELL Wool Pty Ltd operates on the premise that the way forward for the industry is to link Australian wool...
AFTER narrowly missing the highest-valued team of two fleeces a few times, David and Deb Lock, Lock-Haven, Mundulla, were thrilled to win the trophy at the 2015 Mundulla Ag Bureau's annual Hogget Competition.14 Aug 15 AFTER narrowly missing the highest-valued team of two fleeces a few times, David and Deb Lock, Lock-Haven, Mundulla,...
A VICTORIAN grains chemist, Dr Joe Panozzo, has been awarded the prestigious Farrer Memorial Medal for his innovative research, which has resulted in improvements in plant breeding programs.27 Aug 15  1 A VICTORIAN grains chemist, Dr Joe Panozzo, has been awarded the prestigious Farrer Memorial Medal for his...
THREE newer malting barley varieties will take over as WA's main segregations for the 2016-17 harvest.26 Aug 15  1 THREE newer malting barley varieties will take over as WA's main segregations for the 2016-17 harvest.

STATE grain organisations in SA and WA have slammed GrainGrowers Limited for spruiking 'grossly inflated' member numbers after handing out opt-out memberships to farmers.
The criticism comes as GGL and Grain Producers Australia adjust to sharing responsibilities as the Australian grain industry's representative organisations.
Arthurton cropper Simon Westbrook (pictured) said regardless of who re21 Aug 15 STATE grain organisations in SA and WA have slammed GrainGrowers Limited for spruiking "grossly inflated" member...
The 18th Precision Agriculture in Australasia symposium will be held at Wagga Wagga on September 7-8.20 Aug 15 The 18th Precision Agriculture in Australasia symposium will be held at Wagga Wagga on September 7-8.
NORTH Queensland sugar producer, MSF Sugar, has recently added two high capacity, self-propelled Miller Nitro sprayers to its fleet. NORTH Queensland sugar producer, MSF Sugar, has recently added two high capacity, self-propelled Miller Nitro...

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SOUTHERN NSW's almond orchards are abuzz in readiness for spring - the great bee migration has begun.29 Aug 15 SOUTHERN NSW's almond orchards are abuzz in readiness for spring - the great bee migration has begun.
A FOCUS on premium wine and the story Australia has to tell are key to increasing North American market share, according to Wine Australia regional director Angela Slade.29 Aug 15 A FOCUS on premium wine and the story Australia has to tell are key to increasing North American market share,...
TODAY is the last day for community organisations helping bushfire affected communities to apply for a one-off monetary gift from the State Emergency Relief Fund.1:54 PM TODAY is the last day for community organisations helping bushfire affected communities to apply for a one-off...
On the back of a rich history in cattle trading, the Rowe family has grown the operation exponentially in the past five years.3:30 AM On the back of a rich history in cattle trading, the Rowe family has grown the operation exponentially in the past...
OLD, often rundown sheds have stood proudly on SA farms for decades - and sometimes for more than a century - bearing witness to the constant evolution of agriculture.28 Aug 15 OLD, often rundown sheds have stood proudly on SA farms for decades - and sometimes for more than a century -...
JAMESTOWN competitive shooter Billy Baynes has the Olympics firmly in his sights.24 Aug 15 JAMESTOWN competitive shooter Billy Baynes has the Olympics firmly in his sights.