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Breeder market opens to Egypt

AUSTRALIAN breeder cattle, sheep and goats can now be exported to Egypt along with feeder and slaughter livestock.
AUSTRALIAN breeder cattle, sheep and goats can now be exported to Egypt along with feeder and slaughter livestock.
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IT goes like this. Get between a female and her calf: she'll kill you. Get between a bull and his cows when it's mating season: he'll kill you. IT goes like this. Get between a female and her calf: she'll kill you. Get between a bull and his cows when it's mating season: he'll kill you.
A NEW research project is looking at what motivates cotton farmers and their employees to “stick at it” through thick and thin. A NEW research project is looking at what motivates cotton farmers and their employees to “stick at it” through thick and thin.
COMMUNITY groups are set to lose the right to object to an overwhelming majority of mining projects if a new bill is approved in state parliament, according to Environmental Defenders Office principal solicitor Jo-Anne Bragg. COMMUNITY groups are set to lose the right to object to an overwhelming majority of mining projects if a new bill is approved in state parliament, according to Environmental Defenders Office principal solicitor Jo-Anne Bragg.
THE iconic Malanda Milk branding will return to fresh white milk later this month in another shot in the arm for the beleaguered far north Queensland dairy industry. THE iconic Malanda Milk branding will return to fresh white milk later this month in another shot in the arm for the beleaguered far north Queensland dairy industry.
ANIMAL rights activists say lawmakers and livestock groups are trying to disguise
4:00 AM  8 ANIMAL rights activists say lawmakers and livestock groups are trying to disguise "ag-gag" laws to help their establishment here. | Activist attacks 'un-Australian'  | Activist laws draw fire 
WILD dogs are spreading to SA's agricultural areas - and producers need to learn more about control before they are on their doorstep.
21 Jul 14  1 WILD dogs are spreading to SA's agricultural areas - and producers need to learn more about control before they are on their doorstep. | Graziers join fight as dogs...  | Funding welcomed by struggling... 
LIBERAL MP Angus Taylor says attacks by extreme animal rights activists are totally unacceptable and un-Australian.
19 Jul 14  8 LIBERAL MP Angus Taylor says attacks by extreme animal rights activists are totally unacceptable and un-Australian. | Back pushes anti-trespass Bill  | Animal cruelty is real: Delforce 
A TEAM from the US has won the 25th Australian Intercollegiate Meat Judging (ICMJ) competition at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga.
15 Jul 14 A TEAM from the US has won the 25th Australian Intercollegiate Meat Judging (ICMJ) competition at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga. | Lodging a claim to ag  | US taste for lamb growing 
RESOLUTIONS to farmers’ frustrations with current 1080 bait regimes might soon come in the form of more baits, and new baits.
15 Jul 14  2 RESOLUTIONS to farmers’ frustrations with current 1080 bait regimes might soon come in the form of more baits, and new baits. | Wild dog fight personal for NFF...  | Plan puts bite on wild dogs 
THE animal rights activist behind the Aussie Farms website says he set out to show people that animal cruelty does happen in Australia.
13 Jul 14  9 THE animal rights activist behind the Aussie Farms website says he set out to show people that animal cruelty does happen in Australia. | Activists continue anti-farm...  | Activist laws draw fire 
CAMERA traps could soon get a lot smarter, courtesy of software being built by a small group of Australian pest animal researchers.
12 Jul 14 CAMERA traps could soon get a lot smarter, courtesy of software being built by a small group of Australian pest animal researchers. | Wild dog plan ready to fire  | Plan puts bite on wild dogs 
IF animal rights activist Chris Delforce had his own way, Australia’s $1 billion per year pork industry would be shut down overnight.
12 Jul 14  24 IF animal rights activist Chris Delforce had his own way, Australia’s $1 billion per year pork industry would be shut down overnight. | Activists continue anti-farm...  | Activist laws draw fire 
AN industry leader whose farm was targeted by animal activists says producers can counter the activity with high animal welfare standards.
12 Jul 14  2 AN industry leader whose farm was targeted by animal activists says producers can counter the activity with high animal welfare standards. | Activist laws draw fire  | Activists continue anti-farm... 
COMMUNITY concern on animal welfare remains critical to the live export trade’s sustainability, says a new report on the embattled industry.
11 Jul 14  3 COMMUNITY concern on animal welfare remains critical to the live export trade’s sustainability, says a new report on the embattled industry. | Report values live ex industry  | New live ex cruelty allegations... 
SOME of Australia's most talented butchers will today (Thursday) battle it out to be the top chop at the prestigious Great Yorkshire Show, Tri-Nations Butchery Competition in the United Kingdom.
10 Jul 14 SOME of Australia's most talented butchers will today (Thursday) battle it out to be the top chop at the prestigious Great Yorkshire Show, Tri-Nations Butchery Competition in the United...
FOR the first time, Australia has a plan for tackling wild dogs on a continental scale.
10 Jul 14  6 FOR the first time, Australia has a plan for tackling wild dogs on a continental scale. | Farmer forced to improvise in...  | Wild dog plan ready to fire 
INDUSTRY groups have requested an extension on a joint submission into the federal government’s review of the ESCAS.
09 Jul 14  4 INDUSTRY groups have requested an extension on a joint submission into the federal government’s review of the ESCAS. | Cattle export hits the million mark  | Report values live ex industry 
BUYING and selling stock involves a mountain of paperwork, but documentation of a stock transfer is essential to maintain traceability.
09 Jul 14 BUYING and selling stock involves a mountain of paperwork, but documentation of a stock transfer is essential to maintain traceability. | A new spin on wool supply chains  | OJD plan wins cross-border fans 
PIG farmers will soon have a new treatment based on an extract from pineapple stems to treat diarrhoea in their animals.
08 Jul 14 PIG farmers will soon have a new treatment based on an extract from pineapple stems to treat diarrhoea in their animals.
THE future of meat processors in southern NSW could see a number of abattoirs reopen their doors.
08 Jul 14 THE future of meat processors in southern NSW could see a number of abattoirs reopen their doors.
A RECORD number of students are registered for the 25th Australian Intercollegiate Meat Judging Association competition.
08 Jul 14 A RECORD number of students are registered for the 25th Australian Intercollegiate Meat Judging Association competition. | Market access vital: Norton  | Cattle export hits the million mark 
VARYING political forces have weighed into the debate over proposed new laws aimed at curtailing illegal trespass activity on farms by animal rights activists.
07 Jul 14  4 VARYING political forces have weighed into the debate over proposed new laws aimed at curtailing illegal trespass activity on farms by animal rights activists. | Back on track for bacon week  | Activists continue anti-farm... 
A NATIONAL plan to tackle wild dogs will be officially launched today, bringing best practice wild dog control measures to all of Australia.
04 Jul 14 A NATIONAL plan to tackle wild dogs will be officially launched today, bringing best practice wild dog control measures to all of Australia.
THE Victoria Police dog squad was used to catch two animal activists on the run after breaking into LT's Egg Farm in Werribee on Friday.
03 Jul 14 THE Victoria Police dog squad was used to catch two animal activists on the run after breaking into LT's Egg Farm in Werribee on Friday.
EQUESTRIAN Australia (EA) has adopted a new by-law outlining Hendra vaccination requirements for horses attending events.
02 Jul 14 EQUESTRIAN Australia (EA) has adopted a new by-law outlining Hendra vaccination requirements for horses attending events.
THE Lifetime Ewe Management (LTEM) program at Nareen Station, Coleraine, has lifted the breeding flock's performance by 10 per cent or 2000 lambs.
01 Jul 14 THE Lifetime Ewe Management (LTEM) program at Nareen Station, Coleraine, has lifted the breeding flock's performance by 10 per cent or 2000 lambs.
PROCESSING will begin at Argyle Prestige Meats' (APM) new 50 workforce-strong export plant on the southern coast of NSW on Monday and will increase the eight-year-old company's production by 500 per cent.
30 Jun 14 PROCESSING will begin at Argyle Prestige Meats' (APM) new 50 workforce-strong export plant on the southern coast of NSW on Monday and will increase the eight-year-old company's...
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The proposed PPP Project will introduce an organised exchange for the grass-fed beef market
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Boris, a bit of an education for you. It is the capitalist "free trade merchants" taking
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While I am not totally against the minimum wage concept, the highly protected Industrial Awards
QUEENSLAND Nationals Senator Barry O'Sullivan has invited Australian Bankers Association (ABA) chief executive officer Steven Munchenberg to 'roll out his swag for a couple of days' and hear first-hand the true extent of the Queensland rural debt crisis.18 Jul 14  4 QUEENSLAND Nationals Senator Barry O'Sullivan has invited Australian Bankers Association (ABA) chief executive...
BRISBANE carbon champion Alan Lauder is hoping it will be a case of “second time lucky” now that he has once again paid to put a billboard with a message about carbon flows up in Premier Campbell Newman’s electorate.18 Jul 14  1 BRISBANE carbon champion Alan Lauder is hoping it will be a case of “second time lucky” now that he has once again...