Big Red release on track

LESS than a year after releasing yet another tracked tractor series, Case IH was giving graingrowers an enticing sneak peak at its next move in the tracked machinery technology revolution at Commonwealth Bank AgQuip.
LESS than a year after releasing yet another tracked tractor series, Case IH was giving graingrowers an enticing sneak peak at its next move in the tracked machinery technology revolution at Commonwealth Bank AgQuip.
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THE Grains Research and Development Corporation’s headquarters are set to remain in Canberra. THE Grains Research and Development Corporation’s headquarters are set to remain in Canberra.
LUCRATIVE lamb and mutton prices are tipped to clip the national wool cut forecast back to 332 million kilograms greasy for the 2015-16 season. LUCRATIVE lamb and mutton prices are tipped to clip the national wool cut forecast back to 332 million kilograms greasy for the 2015-16 season.
CALLS to impose a voluntary industry suspension on Australia's live cattle trade to Vietnam have been roundly rejected. CALLS to impose a voluntary industry suspension on Australia's live cattle trade to Vietnam have been roundly rejected.
WARWICK’S Morgan Park hosted one of the largest polocrosse carnivals for the Queensland season on the weekend. WARWICK’S Morgan Park hosted one of the largest polocrosse carnivals for the Queensland season on the weekend.
A SENATE inquiry is underway into the Murray Darling Basin Plan’s implementation and the impact of removing water entitlements.
4:00 AM A SENATE inquiry is underway into the Murray Darling Basin Plan’s implementation and the impact of removing water entitlements. | Water buybacks in Senate spotlight  | Buyback cap will avoid unrest: NFF 
SOUTHERN NSW's almond orchards are abuzz in readiness for spring - the great bee migration has begun.
4:00 AM 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.
4:00 AM 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. | US in Wine Australia sights  | Vineyard profits evaporate 
MICHELL Wool Pty Ltd operates on the premise that the way forward for the industry is to link Australian wool producers with their consumers.
4:00 AM MICHELL Wool Pty Ltd operates on the premise that the way forward for the industry is to link Australian wool producers with their consumers. | Lamb percentages defy dry season  | KI deal celebrates wool's DNA 
Sheep - Wool
POKER meets Chinese whispers meets Fight Club - that's how Tristan Harris describes his business's supply chain.
4:00 AM POKER meets Chinese whispers meets Fight Club - that's how Tristan Harris describes his business's supply chain. | Top End mangoes to test US waters  | HIA announces Pool 2 funds 
TENSIONS between Barnaby Joyce and Joel Fitzgibbon have continued to flare over the scientific veracity of mining approvals.
4:00 AM TENSIONS between Barnaby Joyce and Joel Fitzgibbon have continued to flare over the scientific veracity of mining approvals. | Court overturns Adani mine approval  | 'Lawfare' risks investment: Robb 
A GROUNDBREAKING new deal will see Chinese consumers able to buy Australian chilled beef direct online for the first time.
28 Aug 15 A GROUNDBREAKING new deal will see Chinese consumers able to buy Australian chilled beef direct online for the first time.
Cattle - Beef
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation (AWI) has launched the 2015 WoolPoll with an appeal to woolgrowers to vote for a two per cent levy to continue.
28 Aug 15 AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation (AWI) has launched the 2015 WoolPoll with an appeal to woolgrowers to vote for a two per cent levy to continue.
THE cost disparity between insurance premiums in northern Australia comparative to the rest of the nation has caused considerable debate in recent years.
28 Aug 15 THE cost disparity between insurance premiums in northern Australia comparative to the rest of the nation has caused considerable debate in recent years.
AFTER coming a close second last year, Dubbo stud Roseville Park topped the National Merino Ram sale on Thursday at $26,000.
28 Aug 15 AFTER coming a close second last year, Dubbo stud Roseville Park topped the National Merino Ram sale on Thursday at $26,000.
BELEAGUERED supermarket giant Woolworths has suffered a 12.5 per cent slump in its full-year net profit.
28 Aug 15 BELEAGUERED supermarket giant Woolworths has suffered a 12.5 per cent slump in its full-year net profit. | Squeeze on supermarket giants  | Prices could go lower: Coles 
CONCERNS about labour provisions in the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) has sparked angry debate.
28 Aug 15  3 CONCERNS about labour provisions in the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) has sparked angry debate. | Union targets China FTA  | Farmers gear up for FTA fight 
IN A repeat of last week's wool market, the AWEX EMI lost another 41 cents this week to finish at 1222c/kg.
28 Aug 15  1 IN A repeat of last week's wool market, the AWEX EMI lost another 41 cents this week to finish at 1222c/kg. | New China-backed wool buyer named  | Meat demand clips wool forecast 
Sheep - Wool
US agribusiness leader Monsanto has abandoned pursuit of Swiss rival Syngenta.
28 Aug 15 US agribusiness leader Monsanto has abandoned pursuit of Swiss rival Syngenta. | Hybrid crops making a mark  | Support for Syngenta's Monsanto... 
A CHINESE real estate, infrastructure and agriculture conglomerate could become the biggest owner of farmland in Australia.
28 Aug 15  8 A CHINESE real estate, infrastructure and agriculture conglomerate could become the biggest owner of farmland in Australia. | Dashang Group beefs up land...  | Bullish outlook for beef to China 
Cattle - Beef
BROADACRE hybrid seed grown in the Ord River Irrigation Area of the East Kimberley in Western Australia is set to begin its 3500km journey soon.
28 Aug 15 BROADACRE hybrid seed grown in the Ord River Irrigation Area of the East Kimberley in Western Australia is set to begin its 3500km journey soon. | China demand lifts sorghum  | Wheat crop revised up 
FIVE Australian students have been selected as the 2015 Australian national meat judging team to travel to the US in January.
28 Aug 15  1 FIVE Australian students have been selected as the 2015 Australian national meat judging team to travel to the US in January. | International meat judging... 
Cattle - Beef
WARRING graingrower groups have been told they must provide a common view on industry issues to the GRDC.
28 Aug 15  3 WARRING graingrower groups have been told they must provide a common view on industry issues to the GRDC. | GPA, GGL to share grains rep role  | GGL stands by election process 
THE Abbott Government has released its Wine Equalisation Tax (WET) Rebate Discussion Paper aimed at pruning market distorting wine industry subsidies.
28 Aug 15 THE Abbott Government has released its Wine Equalisation Tax (WET) Rebate Discussion Paper aimed at pruning market distorting wine industry subsidies. | Wine tax rorts exposed  | Wine regains some sparkle 
SHEEPMEAT industry heavyweight Roger Fletcher has told a federal government inquiry his industry sector should “split” from co-management with beef and other meat commodities.
27 Aug 15  3 SHEEPMEAT industry heavyweight Roger Fletcher has told a federal government inquiry his industry sector should “split” from co-management with beef and other meat commodities. | Fear skews facts at red meat... 
A VICTORIAN ram has been named supreme champion exhibit at the Rabobank National Dubbo Merino Show and Sale.
27 Aug 15 A VICTORIAN ram has been named supreme champion exhibit at the Rabobank National Dubbo Merino Show and Sale.
THE ACCC plans to exempt grain handlers Queensland Bulk Terminals (QBT) and GrainCorp from complying with parts three and six of the Wheat Code at their Brisbane bulk wheat export terminals.
27 Aug 15  2 THE ACCC plans to exempt grain handlers Queensland Bulk Terminals (QBT) and GrainCorp from complying with parts three and six of the Wheat Code at their Brisbane bulk wheat export terminals. | Gauging GrainCorp's global targets  | Why ag stocks are hot 
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 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.
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Pleased that common sense has prevailed. Being close to the policy makers cannot be underestimated
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JohnCarpenter, The lamb and mutton job is going okay- we must be doing some things right.
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Spot on X. Let the Chinese buy as long as we can buy freely in China
LIVESTOCK trailer manufacturer Mark Johnston shares his insights on the challenges of his trade.17 Aug 15  1 LIVESTOCK trailer manufacturer Mark Johnston shares his insights on the challenges of his trade.
THE office is the engine room at Mt Aberdeen Station for Del and Steve Norman.14 Aug 15 THE office is the engine room at Mt Aberdeen Station for Del and Steve Norman.