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MORE details of the sale of Australia's biggest privately owned ag landholder S. Kidman and Co are likely to be released in early June.

Kidman family fielding 'unofficial' offers  

MORE details of the sale of Australia's biggest privately owned ag landholder S. Kidman and Co are likely to be released in early June.
THE Richmond Field Days and Races for 2015 are set to be a lively occasion with over 100 exhibitors to showcase their products and services at the Richmond Turf Club on Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13, while an exciting selection of special events will take place over the two days also. 26 May 15 THE Richmond Field Days and Races for 2015 are set to be a lively occasion with over 100 exhibitors to showcase...
THE most humane way to kill cane toads is to put them in the freezer alive, Sydney researchers have found. 26 May 15 THE most humane way to kill cane toads is to put them in the freezer alive, Sydney researchers have found.
ELDERS is poised to launch its own Killara branded export Angus and Wagyu beef to high-end restaurants in China via its Shanghai meat preparation and distribution business Elders Fine Foods. 26 May 15 1 ELDERS is poised to launch its own Killara branded export Angus and Wagyu beef to high-end restaurants in China via...
THE RSPCA has been ordered to pay $1.4m to the owners of Murray Grey cattle euthanased in 2003 by its inspectors at Framlingham. 25 May 15 12 THE RSPCA has been ordered to pay $1.4m to the owners of Murray Grey cattle euthanased in 2003 by its inspectors at...
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Fair enough on this one then Hilda, but Jock goes off on any foreign purchases of farm land.
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Ever heard of something called "nature" Katrina ? You know, where there is something called a
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Beef and Rugby - the combo for a great life.
BRISBANE Lions and Gold Coast Suns aren't the only Queenslanders that are struggling – just take a look at the State's dairy farmers. BRISBANE Lions and Gold Coast Suns aren't the only Queenslanders that are struggling – just take a look at the...
AFTER a record-breaking run of lifts, the EYCI eased slightly at the close of Monday's markets, finishing back 2.25 cents a kilogram.26 May 15 AFTER a record-breaking run of lifts, the EYCI eased slightly at the close of Monday's markets, finishing back 2.25...
AT the close of Thursday’s markets, the EYCI finished at 489.50 cents, up 0.25c a kilogram carcase weight, and the highest value on record.25 May 15 AT the close of Thursday’s markets, the EYCI finished at 489.50 cents, up 0.25c a kilogram carcase weight, and the...

CHARTERS Towers remains high on the list of locations to visit for international beef industry figures with representatives from Texas, USA in town this week.16 May 15 CHARTERS Towers remains high on the list of locations to visit for international beef industry figures with...
RURALCO’S live export joint venture partner, Frontier International Agri last week celebrated one year since its first shipment.12 May 15 RURALCO’S live export joint venture partner, Frontier International Agri last week celebrated one year since its...
THE mood is low in New Zealand's drought-ravaged North Canterbury, so one farmer has recruited his sheep to motivate a community. THE mood is low in New Zealand's drought-ravaged North Canterbury, so one farmer has recruited his sheep to motivate...

ARGUABLY the four biggest issues facing WA farmers, in no particular order are weeds, non-wetting sands, soil pH and costs.
3:00 AM ARGUABLY the four biggest issues facing WA farmers, in no particular order are weeds, non-wetting sands, soil pH and...
RECENT patchy storm rain across parts of the northern cropping belt is forcing some growers to closely assess their storage practices.26 May 15 RECENT patchy storm rain across parts of the northern cropping belt is forcing some growers to closely assess their...

SUNRICE hosted another successful Rice Field Day in Brandon for 60 local farmers, suppliers and other members of the agribusiness community on May 14.21 May 15 SUNRICE hosted another successful Rice Field Day in Brandon for 60 local farmers, suppliers and other members of the...
SUGAR Research Australia (SRA) has released three new sugarcane varieties that are aimed at delivering significant benefits to Australian cane growers and millers.13 May 15 SUGAR Research Australia (SRA) has released three new sugarcane varieties that are aimed at delivering significant...
TOYOTA has pulled the covers off its most hotly anticipated vehicle in a decade: the eighth-generation HiLux.
TOYOTA has pulled the covers off its most hotly anticipated vehicle in a decade: the eighth-generation HiLux.

THE priority placed on the provenance of fresh vegetables, and accurate country of origin labelling, has increased in importance for consumers.22 May 15  2 THE priority placed on the provenance of fresh vegetables, and accurate country of origin labelling, has increased...
LASER beams, robots and mid-air vegetable cultivation will be on the agenda for over 100 of the country’s leading vegetable growers.9:15 AM LASER beams, robots and mid-air vegetable cultivation will be on the agenda for over 100 of the country’s leading...
A 294-hectare stone fruit property in SE Queensland, once part of a managed investment scheme, has sold to neighbouring growers.25 May 15 A 294-hectare stone fruit property in SE Queensland, once part of a managed investment scheme, has sold to...
A 310-HECTARE Gippsland dairy farm has been sold to Chinese investors for more than $8 million20 May 15 A 310-HECTARE Gippsland dairy farm has been sold to Chinese investors for more than $8 million

IT IS 42 years since Kobe Park won the Townsville Cup but his jockey, Don (popularly known as Duck) Campbell remembers as if it was yesterday.13 May 15 IT IS 42 years since Kobe Park won the Townsville Cup but his jockey, Don (popularly known as Duck) Campbell...
“Funny thing about Flynn, he looked like a bloke from the city but always had the smell of the bush about him” Fred McKay.
Another expression of the progressive nature of the Cloncurry community was displayed with the opening of the refurbished John Flynn Place last week.17 Apr 15 “Funny thing about Flynn, he looked like a bloke from the city but always had the smell of the bush about him” Fred...