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The recent Santos Yabbie races in Moonie were a huge hit among...
Cattle were sold for the first time in the new Dalby Saleyards...
Growers, graziers unite for Reef
THE Great Barrier Reef has no firmer friends than Queensland's beef producers and sugarcane growers.
THE Newman government was praised earlier this year for overhauling the much despised Vegetation Man...
McVeigh addresses AIBC
ALTHOUGH state Agricultural Minister John McVeigh had a message of getting together and talking when...
Dalby's new complex welcomed
THERE is plenty of excitement at today's Dalby cattle sale, with selling commencing for the first ti...
Rain lifts cotton plantings
COTTON growers in Queensland's Central Highlands are rounding off this season's plantings, using rec...
Wilangi tops at $18,500
ONE bull with an outstanding temperament offered all the answers for the Dingo-based Luck family at the...
Small Roma yarding
A TOTAL of 3086 head of cattle were penned at today's Roma store sale on Tuesday.
Dalby yarding size falls
NUMBERS fell to 2661 head of cattle at today's Dalby sale, a reduction of 1852 head on the previous week.
This writer needs to point out whether North or South Korea because North...
Robb kicks off foreign investment overhaul
I stand corrected NthExporter, it seems politics is mostly smoke and...
CCA restructure approved
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The sky's the limit
Small versatile unmanned aerial vehicles are finding a fit in agriculture.
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Howes has a point: Fitzgibbon
SHADOW Agriculture Minister Joel Fitzgibbon has weighed into the controversy caused by union leader Paul...
Mace makes perfect mo
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MANY farmers would be looking at gauges this week hoping for a nice surprise in their harvest yields. But...
LINDSAY Corporation, maker of Zimmatic irrigation systems, has developed a new airless wheel assembly for...
Tractor of the Year is all Claas
CLAAS may have built its iconic name in the farm machinery world on combine harvesters, but it has come a...
To Russia, with wool
A MOTLEY group of men huddling around a wool table is quite the norm in regional Victoria; except when...
Wool's summer lift
IT WAS a sellers market in the wool world last week as the Australian Wool Exchange (AWEX) Eastern Market...
Japan beef imports drop
WHILE Australian beef continues to account for the majority of Japan's beef imports, overall beef...
Rain lifts Qld markets
DESPITE drought conditions persisting across large swathes of NSW and Queensland, overall rainfall totals...
NZ tariffs removed
THE agreement between New Zealand and Taiwan on Economic Co-operation (ANZTEC) signed in July 2013 came...
WTO chief gets backing for final push
BALI WTO Director-General Roberto Azevedo has received the green light to launch negotiations in a final bid to secure agreement on a Bali "package" of trade pacts.
Robb kicks off foreign investment overhaul
IT IS surprising the Trade Minister didn't make more of the foreign investment revolution he has wrought...
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CEFC vital for investment: farmer
A HORTICULTURAL expert and driving force behind Sundrop Farms, a solar-powered desalination and greenhouse...
Aussies lead in veg consumption
Australia has been ranked number one by the OECD when it comes to daily consumption of vegetables by...
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