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CSG surge

A SURGE in land access agreements is firing up CSG production.
A SURGE in land access agreements is firing up CSG production.
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THOUGH it wasn’t said in so many words, reactions to a Senate committee’s report into the potential importation of ginger, pineapples and potatoes shared a hint of three words: we told you so. THOUGH it wasn’t said in so many words, reactions to a Senate committee’s report into the potential importation of ginger, pineapples and potatoes shared a hint of three words: we told you so.
SOUTHERN beef enterprise profits might have lagged other sectors over the first 12 years of the century, but that’s not cause for alarm. SOUTHERN beef enterprise profits might have lagged other sectors over the first 12 years of the century, but that’s not cause for alarm.
AUSTRALIA needs to revitalise rail and port infrastructure or else agriculture will literally miss the boat to booming export markets. AUSTRALIA needs to revitalise rail and port infrastructure or else agriculture will literally miss the boat to booming export markets.
MEAT & Livestock Australia is seeking researchers to devise ways of improving outcomes in three key aspects of safeguarding the welfare of Australian export livestock. MEAT & Livestock Australia is seeking researchers to devise ways of improving outcomes in three key aspects of safeguarding the welfare of Australian export livestock.
17 Apr 14 Farmers welcome new interactive weather service.
17 Apr 14 International agricultural consultants to speak in Brisbane.
FELLOWSHIP – the support of mates – it’s a key ingredient in improving mental health outcomes for men everywhere and one of the rewards offered for the people who will be taking part in a 1200km bike ride from Brisbane to Longreach in early May.
15 Apr 14 FELLOWSHIP – the support of mates – it’s a key ingredient in improving mental health outcomes for men everywhere and one of the rewards offered for the people who will be taking part in...
SANDS of Anzac biscuits and fruit cakes have made their way around drought affected Queensland and into the mailboxes of farming families.
15 Apr 14  1 SANDS of Anzac biscuits and fruit cakes have made their way around drought affected Queensland and into the mailboxes of farming families.
AN idea to set up an online offer board for selling cattle has gained cautious support from growers in the state’s north west, tempered with pessimism about the likelihood of enough political will to make it happen.
14 Apr 14  4 AN idea to set up an online offer board for selling cattle has gained cautious support from growers in the state’s north west, tempered with pessimism about the likelihood of enough...
IT'S  no secret that buying into agriculture can be difficult for young farmers.
07 Apr 14  2 IT'S no secret that buying into agriculture can be difficult for young farmers.
RECOMMENDATIONS by the Local Government Remuneration and Discipline Tribunal that have seen some councillors in western Queensland eligible for pay rises of 110 per cent.
31 Mar 14  2 RECOMMENDATIONS by the Local Government Remuneration and Discipline Tribunal that have seen some councillors in western Queensland eligible for pay rises of 110 per cent.
ELDERS Toowoomba Principal Ross Troy has won a state-wide Award for Excellence, with his team picking up a whopping 27 awards in total.
30 Mar 14 ELDERS Toowoomba Principal Ross Troy has won a state-wide Award for Excellence, with his team picking up a whopping 27 awards in total.
Rockhampton Girls Grammar School boarders are all familiar with drought and its affect on both farming and families.
30 Mar 14 Rockhampton Girls Grammar School boarders are all familiar with drought and its affect on both farming and families.
AS gates swung open this morning to the 150th annual Toowoomba Show, it was more than horses and cattle that came flooding in.
27 Mar 14 AS gates swung open this morning to the 150th annual Toowoomba Show, it was more than horses and cattle that came flooding in.  | GALLERY: Sloshing around at Toowoomba Show
THE Santa Gertrudis Breeders’ Association has terminated the employment of its general manager, Bill Dunlop, effective today.
24 Mar 14 THE Santa Gertrudis Breeders’ Association has terminated the employment of its general manager, Bill Dunlop, effective today.
24 Mar 14 GETTING time away from the farm can be challenging at the best of times. Isolation, raising young families and being hands-on in primary production can limit the ability of rural women...
THE decision to purchase some plumbago shrubs turned into a business opportunity for Scott and Robin McLay.
16 Mar 14 THE decision to purchase some plumbago shrubs turned into a business opportunity for Scott and Robin McLay.
JANUARY’S closure of the Mitchell Grass Meats retail outlet in Longreach is symptomatic not just of the severity of the drought but of underlying problems small businesses in rural towns face in general, which drought has exacerbated.
10 Mar 14 JANUARY’S closure of the Mitchell Grass Meats retail outlet in Longreach is symptomatic not just of the severity of the drought but of underlying problems small businesses in rural towns...
28 Feb 14 A MOTORCYCLIST has died after hitting a cow last night in Mulgildie, south of Monto.
28 Feb 14 A MAN has died in a traffic crash about 11km east of Surat early this morning.
28 Feb 14 THE federal government's drought package has failed to impress two academics at Charles Sturt University.
27 Feb 14 Canegrowers reacts to the announcement that Australia’s second largest sugar milling group, Mackay Sugar, will link with the world’s largest sugar exporter, Copersucar.
27 Feb 14  2 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) has nabbed one of its own in an alleged cattle stealing racket in central-west Queensland.
MODEST Bell cattle breeder Angus McGregor has snapped up the aptly named Angus Youth Ambassadorship.
25 Feb 14 MODEST Bell cattle breeder Angus McGregor has snapped up the aptly named Angus Youth Ambassadorship.
QCL's Sally Cripps goes behind the scenes of Tony Abbott's tour to Longreach.
21 Feb 14  1 QCL's Sally Cripps goes behind the scenes of Tony Abbott's tour to Longreach.

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Wow ! What an opportunity for "common man " to breed / cross breed better varieties. If this
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A solution looking for a problem.
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The return we get as a wage for our Beef production in particular is a minus, let the Chinese
17 Apr 14 Farmers welcome new interactive weather service.
17 Apr 14 International agricultural consultants to speak in Brisbane.