In for the long haul

LIVESTOCK trailer manufacturer Mark Johnston shares his insights on the challenges of his trade.
LIVESTOCK trailer manufacturer Mark Johnston shares his insights on the challenges of his trade.
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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.
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.
FARMING red claw is not a simple case of throwing a few crayfish in a dam and pulling out the money.
05 Aug 15 FARMING red claw is not a simple case of throwing a few crayfish in a dam and pulling out the money.
Bronwyn Bishop resigned as Speaker this afternoon following a string of revelations suggesting systemic abuse of taxpayer-funded travel entitlements.
02 Aug 15 Bronwyn Bishop resigned as Speaker this afternoon following a string of revelations suggesting systemic abuse of taxpayer-funded travel entitlements.
THE planets have aligned for avocado growers, with some receiving the best prices they've seen in 40 years.
27 Jul 15 THE planets have aligned for avocado growers, with some receiving the best prices they've seen in 40 years.
Nestled in the Glasshouse Mountains in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, the Fullerton family of macadamia growers are finally beginning to reap the benefits of the seeds they sowed almost 20 years ago.
13 Jul 15 Nestled in the Glasshouse Mountains in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, the Fullerton family of macadamia growers are finally beginning to reap the benefits of the seeds they sowed almost...
ROMA-based property manager Anthony Dunn has given the federal government’s white paper the thumbs-up.
09 Jul 15 ROMA-based property manager Anthony Dunn has given the federal government’s white paper the thumbs-up.
THE Palaszczuk government has been told to stop making excuses about the development of water infrastructure in Queensland and become part of the solution.
09 Jul 15 THE Palaszczuk government has been told to stop making excuses about the development of water infrastructure in Queensland and become part of the solution.
CENTRAL Queensland’s luck finally appears to be changing with the release of the agricultural white paper, which highlights two dam projects.
09 Jul 15  2 CENTRAL Queensland’s luck finally appears to be changing with the release of the agricultural white paper, which highlights two dam projects.
INFRASTRUCTURE is the highest priority and the message came through loud and clear in the agriculture white paper, according to one central Queensland cotton grower.
09 Jul 15 INFRASTRUCTURE is the highest priority and the message came through loud and clear in the agriculture white paper, according to one central Queensland cotton grower.
WITH morale low in south-west Queensland, people have been looking towards the agricultural white paper to deliver a visionary statement for rural and regional Queensland.
08 Jul 15  1 WITH morale low in south-west Queensland, people have been looking towards the agricultural white paper to deliver a visionary statement for rural and regional Queensland.
NEARLY any debate on development in Australia’s north raises questions over foreign investment.
08 Jul 15 NEARLY any debate on development in Australia’s north raises questions over foreign investment.
NORTHERN Australia’s successes in the cropping world have provided some valuable insights for Queensland's beef producers.
08 Jul 15 NORTHERN Australia’s successes in the cropping world have provided some valuable insights for Queensland's beef producers.
STANBROKE is planning to diversify its business model with a $200 million irrigated cotton project in Queensland's Gulf country.
07 Jul 15 STANBROKE is planning to diversify its business model with a $200 million irrigated cotton project in Queensland's Gulf country.
A SPANISH consortium has been awarded the tender for the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) project, outbidding two largely-Australian groups.
03 Jul 15  3 A SPANISH consortium has been awarded the tender for the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) project, outbidding two largely-Australian groups.

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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.