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NORTHERN Australia’s successes in the cropping world have provided some valuable insights for Queensland's beef producers.
NORTHERN Australia’s successes in the cropping world have provided some valuable insights for Queensland's beef producers.
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NORTHERN Australia’s successes in the cropping world have provided some valuable insights for Queensland's beef producers. NORTHERN Australia’s successes in the cropping world have provided some valuable insights for Queensland's beef producers.
THE new wool selling season started where the 2014-15 ended with a softer market trend. THE new wool selling season started where the 2014-15 ended with a softer market trend.
WHO owns farm data in the age of Big Data? A quest in the US to answer that question has some lessons for Australia. WHO owns farm data in the age of Big Data? A quest in the US to answer that question has some lessons for Australia.
AGRICULTURE Minister Barnaby Joyce says people in the bush are not against foreign investment but want to have a proper understanding of who owns what. AGRICULTURE Minister Barnaby Joyce says people in the bush are not against foreign investment but want to have a proper understanding of who owns what.
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.
10:40 AM 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.
4:00 AM NEARLY any debate on development in Australia’s north raises questions over foreign investment.
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.
AWARD-winning Ipswich butcher Barney Nolan says the secret to a good bacon starts with the pig itself. Then it's all down to the curing and smoking process.
25 Jun 15 AWARD-winning Ipswich butcher Barney Nolan says the secret to a good bacon starts with the pig itself. Then it's all down to the curing and smoking process.
THE Palaszczuk Government's refusal to sell state owned assets appears set to stall the development of Northern Australia.
22 Jun 15  1 THE Palaszczuk Government's refusal to sell state owned assets appears set to stall the development of Northern Australia. | Ethanol forums divide opinions  | White paper largely ignores CQ 
FEDERAL Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry is putting a rocket under senior cabinet ministers in the wake of yesterday’s announcement to unlock the north.
19 Jun 15 FEDERAL Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry is putting a rocket under senior cabinet ministers in the wake of yesterday’s announcement to unlock the north.
QUEENSLAND's fledgling ethanol industry may finally get its time in the sun, thanks to the state government's bipartisan support for a mandate.
18 Jun 15 QUEENSLAND's fledgling ethanol industry may finally get its time in the sun, thanks to the state government's bipartisan support for a mandate. | Ethanol mandate moves closer 
WHITE papers for agriculture and northern Australia will hold the key for rural Queenslanders lacking jobs, according to Treasurer Joe Hockey.
12 Jun 15 WHITE papers for agriculture and northern Australia will hold the key for rural Queenslanders lacking jobs, according to Treasurer Joe Hockey.
THERE are renewed calls for the Bradfield Scheme to be developed as a way for Australia to mitigate future droughts.
06 Jun 15  5 THERE are renewed calls for the Bradfield Scheme to be developed as a way for Australia to mitigate future droughts. | 'Wild Rivers by stealth' claims...  | FNQ water sees winners and losers 
AS far as great country pubs go you just can’t drive past the Walkabout Creek Hotel, at McKinlay in north-west Queensland, without stopping in.
05 Jun 15 AS far as great country pubs go you just can’t drive past the Walkabout Creek Hotel, at McKinlay in north-west Queensland, without stopping in.
HARRIET 'Haddy' McMicking was travelling through Morocco, one of Africa’s most diverse countries, when she “had an epiphany”.
03 Jun 15 HARRIET 'Haddy' McMicking was travelling through Morocco, one of Africa’s most diverse countries, when she “had an epiphany”.
WHILE the announcement of a new abattoir proposal at Julia Creek has come as a surprise to supporters of a rival bid, it's seen as a positive move for the industry in general.
02 Jun 15  1 WHILE the announcement of a new abattoir proposal at Julia Creek has come as a surprise to supporters of a rival bid, it's seen as a positive move for the industry in general.
BRENDAN Wade said it was only when he hit the catwalk in Roma in the early 1980s that it dawned on him just how much he relished being an agent.
01 Jun 15 BRENDAN Wade said it was only when he hit the catwalk in Roma in the early 1980s that it dawned on him just how much he relished being an agent. | GALLERY: Landmark salutes Brendan Wade

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No Nico its you and your alarmist buddies that are the ones that need to be challenged for your
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Senator Leyonhelms comments are spot on the mark, let the consumer decide, encourage the
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It's amazing that people like David are so proud of their ignorance. And does that mean David
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.10:40 AM WITH morale low in south-west Queensland, people have been looking towards the agricultural white paper to deliver a...
NEARLY any debate on development in Australia’s north raises questions over foreign investment.4:00 AM NEARLY any debate on development in Australia’s north raises questions over foreign investment.