Live exports face new threat in Vietnam; EMI and EYCI on the up; agribusiness enjoys the boom.
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22 May 15 Live exports face new threat in Vietnam; EMI and EYCI on the up; agribusiness enjoys the boom.
Feeder buyers competed fiercely at prices $100-$150 a head higher at the Ballarat store cattle sale.
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22 May 15 Feeder buyers competed fiercely at prices $100-$150 a head higher at the Ballarat store cattle sale.
SA buyers on the hunt for feeder and restocker cattle helped to lift prices at Hamilton.
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22 May 15 SA buyers on the hunt for feeder and restocker cattle helped to lift prices at Hamilton.
Looking back through the archives to 1953, in March and April.
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22 May 15 Looking back through the archives to 1953, in March and April.
The Vella family made this short clip at 'Bald Hills', to share a day in the life of a CQ property.
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22 May 15 The Vella family made this short clip at 'Bald Hills', to share a day in the life of a CQ property.
QCL reflects on the life of 97-year-old cattleman Eric Nobbs.
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22 May 15 QCL reflects on the life of 97-year-old cattleman Eric Nobbs.
New beef ambassador Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins is on a mission.
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21 May 15 New beef ambassador Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins is on a mission.
Small yuarding fetches positive prices with store lambs making to $96 on May 20.
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21 May 15 Small yuarding fetches positive prices with store lambs making to $96 on May 20.
Store lambs sell to $96 while in-lamb older Merino ewes topped at $94 on Wednesday, May 20.
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21 May 15 Store lambs sell to $96 while in-lamb older Merino ewes topped at $94 on Wednesday, May 20.
AWA president Graham Dooley on what Australia learned from the millennium drought at OzWater15.
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20 May 15 AWA president Graham Dooley on what Australia learned from the millennium drought at OzWater15.
AWWA president John Donahue talks about drought and water management in California.
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20 May 15 AWWA president John Donahue talks about drought and water management in California.
Thanks to its dedicated committees, the community of Miles celebrated its 100th Show on Tuesday.
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20 May 15 Thanks to its dedicated committees, the community of Miles celebrated its 100th Show on Tuesday.
The 102nd Charleville Show and Races were a huge success on the weekend.
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20 May 15 The 102nd Charleville Show and Races were a huge success on the weekend.
The Bows and Bow Ties Ball was held Saturday, May 9, at Glenmore Homestead for Project Futures.
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20 May 15 The Bows and Bow Ties Ball was held Saturday, May 9, at Glenmore Homestead for Project Futures.
More than 5100 head of quality weaner cattle were penned at Toogoolawah on May 15.
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20 May 15 More than 5100 head of quality weaner cattle were penned at Toogoolawah on May 15.
Supreme interbreeds top off a big Dubbo show.
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19 May 15 Supreme interbreeds top off a big Dubbo show.
A record number of  897 sheep were judged on May 15 and 16
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19 May 15 A record number of 897 sheep were judged on May 15 and 16
Social, stud cattle and commercial action from the Gympie Show.
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19 May 15 Social, stud cattle and commercial action from the Gympie Show.
The Land's Stephen Burns visited war memorials in northern France on Anzac Day, 2015.
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19 May 15 The Land's Stephen Burns visited war memorials in northern France on Anzac Day, 2015.
More than 5100 head of quality weaner cattle were penned at Toogoolawah on May 15.
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19 May 15 More than 5100 head of quality weaner cattle were penned at Toogoolawah on May 15.
From chainsaw events to cattle competitions and the Isuzu D-Max Team, there was plenty on at Boonah.
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19 May 15 From chainsaw events to cattle competitions and the Isuzu D-Max Team, there was plenty on at Boonah.
More than 250 people attended the 22nd Biggest Morning Tea organised by the Murilla Garden Club.
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19 May 15 More than 250 people attended the 22nd Biggest Morning Tea organised by the Murilla Garden Club.
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Barnaby must be the world's first Agriculture Minister to make the US's Entertainment Tonight!
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Curious that Rob Moore thinks that scientist = money. He should have a look in the nearest CSIRO
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AUSVEG, between the supermarkets screaming in their ears and the public servants resisting
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