ESCAS breaches in Jordan: Animals Australia

ALLEGATIONS of Australian sheep being sold outside approved supply chains in Jordan have surfaced ahead of the upcoming Festival of Sacrifice.
ALLEGATIONS of Australian sheep being sold outside approved supply chains in Jordan have surfaced ahead of the upcoming Festival of Sacrifice.
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NATIONAL lamb supply, as reported by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service, was 26pc higher week-on-week, at 128,604 head. NATIONAL lamb supply, as reported by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service, was 26pc higher week-on-week, at 128,604 head.
JOHN Deere has released an 800 Series mower-conditioner plus three new 400 Series fixed chamber round balers. JOHN Deere has released an 800 Series mower-conditioner plus three new 400 Series fixed chamber round balers.
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation says a recent survey of landholders shows its community wild dog control program is working. AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation says a recent survey of landholders shows its community wild dog control program is working.
THE federal government’s green paper on the Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper will be discussed in cabinet today. THE federal government’s green paper on the Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper will be discussed in cabinet today.
THE upcoming Eid al Adha/Korban Festival across the Middle East and South East Asia is a reminder of the Australian live export industry’s role.
11:22 AM  3 THE upcoming Eid al Adha/Korban Festival across the Middle East and South East Asia is a reminder of the Australian live export industry’s role. | Crean tipped for ALEC role 
ONE of Australia's biggest wine companies says the entire $5 billion industry needs to accept the market power of Woolworths and Coles will only increase.
10:19 AM ONE of Australia's biggest wine companies says the entire $5 billion industry needs to accept the market power of Woolworths and Coles will only increase. | Little guys take on Woolies and...  | Treasury scores Woolies exclusivity 
SOME hint of the degree of agricultural research Australia will be needing over the next few decades comes in a funding call from Horticulture Australia.
10:04 AM SOME hint of the degree of agricultural research Australia will be needing over the next few decades comes in a funding call from Horticulture Australia. | Vegies on verge of 'extinction'  | Northern fruit growers hit hard 
THE 2014 Royal Melbourne Show Fleece Competition was announced as part of Wool Day at the showgrounds last Friday.
9:43 AM THE 2014 Royal Melbourne Show Fleece Competition was announced as part of Wool Day at the showgrounds last Friday. | Seeing double in the Corriedales  | Geraldine ram tops feature showing 
Sheep - Wool
LAST week AFP officers with machine guns lined the front of Parliament House in Canberra amid tighter security arrangements.
9:35 AM  1 LAST week AFP officers with machine guns lined the front of Parliament House in Canberra amid tighter security arrangements. | China sour on dairy management  | Fonterra-style dairy desk unsound 
GRAINCORP chairman Don Taylor is expected to step down from the board after a transition period with incoming chief executive Mark Palmquist.
9:21 AM  1 GRAINCORP chairman Don Taylor is expected to step down from the board after a transition period with incoming chief executive Mark Palmquist. | GrainCorp chief's danger pay...  | Bunge eyes other assets in $60m... 
HARVEST 2014-15 is officially underway, with the first load delivered to Viterra's Port Pirie silos on Monday.
4:00 AM HARVEST 2014-15 is officially underway, with the first load delivered to Viterra's Port Pirie silos on Monday. | Big underwriters key to insurance  | Students hands-on in cropping comp 
AUSTRALIA'S live cattle trade smashed records in the last financial year, soaring past $1 billion in value as exporters shipped 1.13 million head of cattle.
4:00 AM  3 AUSTRALIA'S live cattle trade smashed records in the last financial year, soaring past $1 billion in value as exporters shipped 1.13 million head of cattle. | Beef revival: US cattle prices...  | Bindaree Beef carves path to China 
Cattle - Beef
AGRICULTURAL levy-payer groups are considering a joint attack on the government’s inquiry into the sector’s levy system.
4:00 AM  10 AGRICULTURAL levy-payer groups are considering a joint attack on the government’s inquiry into the sector’s levy system.
WITH the prospect of a big hay season ahead, including the cutting of frosted grain cereals, interest is high in hay making equipment.
4:00 AM WITH the prospect of a big hay season ahead, including the cutting of frosted grain cereals, interest is high in hay making equipment. | Averting crop catastrophe  | Lely's unstoppable baler 
SEVERE frosts; BASF's new fungicide; Aussie oats to China; Egypt covered for wheat; Long-term to dressing trial.
4:00 AM SEVERE frosts; BASF's new fungicide; Aussie oats to China; Egypt covered for wheat; Long-term to dressing trial. | Infrastructure: the grain thing  | Monitoring essential against DBM 
DALBY, Queensland, farmer Adam McVeigh personifies the skills and capacity building drive within the Australian grain industry.
01 Oct 14 DALBY, Queensland, farmer Adam McVeigh personifies the skills and capacity building drive within the Australian grain industry. | Harvesting ideas from US grain tour  | Infrastructure: the grain thing 
NATIONAL lamb supply, as reported by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service, was 26pc higher week-on-week, at 128,604 head.
01 Oct 14 NATIONAL lamb supply, as reported by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service, was 26pc higher week-on-week, at 128,604 head. | World watching Aussie sheep welfare  | Lamb supply down, restockers active 
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott says Barnaby Joyce is “absolutely right” in declaring Australia’s practical inability to become Asia’s food bowl.
01 Oct 14  8 PRIME Minister Tony Abbott says Barnaby Joyce is “absolutely right” in declaring Australia’s practical inability to become Asia’s food bowl. | 'Not Asia's food bowl': Joyce  | China trip progresses trade talks 
SHEEP industry stalwart Dr John Keniry this week leaves after seven years chairing the Sheep CRC.
01 Oct 14 SHEEP industry stalwart Dr John Keniry this week leaves after seven years chairing the Sheep CRC. | Prices, pests, productivity:...  | World watching Aussie sheep welfare 
IT'S hard to untangle good news from bad as cattle markets head into another month of drought-fuelled stresses.
01 Oct 14 IT'S hard to untangle good news from bad as cattle markets head into another month of drought-fuelled stresses. | Flavour burst to kick off Beef 2015  | Canada hungry for Aussie beef 
Cattle - Beef
THOSE who have seen the future of the big grocery chains believe it doesn't look very healthy.
01 Oct 14 THOSE who have seen the future of the big grocery chains believe it doesn't look very healthy. | Coles' IGA purchases no threat:...  | Woolies, Coles slash sliced... 
GOODMAN Fielder CEO Chris Delaney said he wants to stay in the job if the breads and spreads maker is acquired.
01 Oct 14 GOODMAN Fielder CEO Chris Delaney said he wants to stay in the job if the breads and spreads maker is acquired. | Goodman Fielder buyout a good... 
AN ALLIANCE of supply chain groups has released a report recommending regulatory overhauls to improve farmgate returns.
01 Oct 14  2 AN ALLIANCE of supply chain groups has released a report recommending regulatory overhauls to improve farmgate returns. | Less profit at dairy farmgate:...  | Joyce test for Harper shake-up 
AUSTRALIAN cattle drives tend to be associated with red dust and high plains, but flying sand and sea spray?
01 Oct 14 AUSTRALIAN cattle drives tend to be associated with red dust and high plains, but flying sand and sea spray? | Japan growing Wagyu markets 
Cattle - Beef
JOHN Deere has released an 800 Series mower-conditioner plus three new 400 Series fixed chamber round balers.
01 Oct 14 JOHN Deere has released an 800 Series mower-conditioner plus three new 400 Series fixed chamber round balers. | Cotton picking upgrade for John...  | John Deere cutter with bite 
A NASTY part of cropping is that in terms of risk management, it can be out of the frying pan and into the fire.
01 Oct 14 A NASTY part of cropping is that in terms of risk management, it can be out of the frying pan and into the fire. | Harvesting ideas from US grain tour  | Infrastructure: the grain thing 
IMPERIAL Partners' Josh Wiltshire and Sam Edwards have established a boxed lamb label to set the price for their products, rather than allow market trends to dictate their earnings.
01 Oct 14 IMPERIAL Partners' Josh Wiltshire and Sam Edwards have established a boxed lamb label to set the price for their products, rather than allow market trends to dictate their earnings. | Switch to sheep adds diversity  | NZ composites get more kg/ha 
Sheep - Wool
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The world cannot afford to have 7 billion meateaters and so the governmnet has every right to
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