Use ESCAS for edge: Keogh

REGULATIONS imposed on the live ex industry could be a marketing advantage to differentiate Australia as a global leader, says Mick Keogh.
REGULATIONS imposed on the live ex industry could be a marketing advantage to differentiate Australia as a global leader, says Mick Keogh.
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A RAFT of proposals in Joyce's Ag Green Paper are unlikely to ever see the light of day because they conflict with government philosophy or are unaffordable. A RAFT of proposals in Joyce's Ag Green Paper are unlikely to ever see the light of day because they conflict with government philosophy or are unaffordable.
FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of Western Australia. FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of Western Australia.
A MAJOR cattle station in central Queensland has sold for a 50pc discount to what the vendor paid for it at the top of the market, alarming local landholders. A MAJOR cattle station in central Queensland has sold for a 50pc discount to what the vendor paid for it at the top of the market, alarming local landholders.
AS AACo brings its markets into sharper focus, the edges of what defines 'the company' are blurring. AS AACo brings its markets into sharper focus, the edges of what defines 'the company' are blurring.
NZ woolgrowers have rejected a new wool levy focused on funding research and development, education and communication.
30 Oct 14 NZ woolgrowers have rejected a new wool levy focused on funding research and development, education and communication.  | Questioning Merino marketing focus  | October gains unravel for wool 
Sheep - Wool
A GLOBAL research effort has finally resolved a biosecurity issue: four of the world’s destructive agricultural pests are actually one.
30 Oct 14 A GLOBAL research effort has finally resolved a biosecurity issue: four of the world’s destructive agricultural pests are actually one. | Growers asked to join fruit fly... 
SEAFOOD remains the most consumed animal protein internationally, which is great news for Australia, according to a new report.
30 Oct 14 SEAFOOD remains the most consumed animal protein internationally, which is great news for Australia, according to a new report. | How Huon netted a fortune 
LIVESTOCK exporters have been given rare praise for improving animal welfare in export markets from DAFF Secretary Phillip Glyde.
30 Oct 14  2 LIVESTOCK exporters have been given rare praise for improving animal welfare in export markets from DAFF Secretary Phillip Glyde. | Simon Crean new ALEC boss  | LIVEXForum 2014: live feed 
Cattle - Beef
IN WHAT continues to be an erratic selloff of Nathan Tinkler's Patinack Farm empire, Thursday's auction has been cancelled.
30 Oct 14 IN WHAT continues to be an erratic selloff of Nathan Tinkler's Patinack Farm empire, Thursday's auction has been cancelled. | Big demand for rural property  | Dirt-cheap stations alarm farmers 
LIQUOR retailers are being offered huge discounts on Penfolds Grange in what they say is a move by TWE to clear out excess stock.
30 Oct 14 LIQUOR retailers are being offered huge discounts on Penfolds Grange in what they say is a move by TWE to clear out excess stock. | Waiting for an Aussie wine miracle  | Wine snobs must learn to love... 
IF YOU can't be at the LIVEXForum 2014 in Melbourne today, follow the conversation here.
30 Oct 14 IF YOU can't be at the LIVEXForum 2014 in Melbourne today, follow the conversation here. | Simon Crean new ALEC boss  | Live ex ban: the costs incurred 
PROPERTIES priced near present market levels are selling despite some buyer caution, according to SA rural real estate agents.
30 Oct 14 PROPERTIES priced near present market levels are selling despite some buyer caution, according to SA rural real estate agents.  | Iconic KI farm up for grabs  | Aylesbury Farm attracts strong... 
INDUSTRY fears that enormous pulse gains made in the past two decades could be lost because of Viterra receival changes.
30 Oct 14 INDUSTRY fears that enormous pulse gains made in the past two decades could be lost because of Viterra receival changes.
THE flood of cheap cattle filling export orders and maintaining relatively steady retail prices could be nearing its end as the Australian beef herd continues its rapid shrinkage.
30 Oct 14  2 THE flood of cheap cattle filling export orders and maintaining relatively steady retail prices could be nearing its end as the Australian beef herd continues its rapid shrinkage.
Cattle - Beef
HASSAD Australia's transition from a fat tailed Awassi flock to a prime lamb operation at Barton Station, Moyston, is behind the operation's buying dominance at composite ram sales.
30 Oct 14 HASSAD Australia's transition from a fat tailed Awassi flock to a prime lamb operation at Barton Station, Moyston, is behind the operation's buying dominance at composite ram sales.
FARMERS in Tasmania and NSW are leading the pack when it comes to investing in infrastructure to make the most of current market and seasonal conditions.
30 Oct 14 FARMERS in Tasmania and NSW are leading the pack when it comes to investing in infrastructure to make the most of current market and seasonal conditions. | Green paper whitewashes...  | Unfair trade fear unsettles talks 
AFTER mulling over the national use of EID for sheep and goats for a year, Barnaby Joyce finally made a decision - to handball it on to the States.
30 Oct 14  2 AFTER mulling over the national use of EID for sheep and goats for a year, Barnaby Joyce finally made a decision - to handball it on to the States. | October gains unravel for wool  | Lambs leap online 
A PARLIAMENTARY inquiry has recommended changes to current Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) arrangements for food products.
30 Oct 14  2 A PARLIAMENTARY inquiry has recommended changes to current Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) arrangements for food products. | Food safety trumps free trade  | Robb defends foreign investment 
IF ONE boomspray manufacturer from the Netherlands gets its way, we’ll be hearing a lot more about their expertise with spraying equipment.
30 Oct 14 IF ONE boomspray manufacturer from the Netherlands gets its way, we’ll be hearing a lot more about their expertise with spraying equipment. | Robots sow seeds of farming future  | Weighing up storage options 
EAST coast harvest underway; new campaign to promote grain; Kazakh exports down; Euro estimates up; US production to set records.
30 Oct 14 EAST coast harvest underway; new campaign to promote grain; Kazakh exports down; Euro estimates up; US production to set records. | GrainCorp closures still...  | MPCI back on the agenda 
FORMER Labor powerbroker Simon Crean has been appointed the new chair of the Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council.
29 Oct 14  2 FORMER Labor powerbroker Simon Crean has been appointed the new chair of the Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council. | Cruelty 'inexcusable':...  | Class action on live ex welcomed 
Cattle - Beef
AT A joint press conference today, Clive Palmer, Bernie Fraser and Greg Hunt announced a plan to combat   climate change.
29 Oct 14  3 AT A joint press conference today, Clive Palmer, Bernie Fraser and Greg Hunt announced a plan to combat climate change. | Xenophon assists direct action  | Global Ag-Summit set for Canberra 
NATIVE bees in Central West NSW need $27,500 pledged by Saturday to help regenerate the native bee population in the area.
29 Oct 14 NATIVE bees in Central West NSW need $27,500 pledged by Saturday to help regenerate the native bee population in the area.
AT the TPP negotiations in Australia last week, producer and processor groups called for equal access for competing products.
29 Oct 14 AT the TPP negotiations in Australia last week, producer and processor groups called for equal access for competing products. | Robb defends foreign investment  | Trade Minister hosts TPP talks 
AUSTRALIAN beekeepers could be set for a boom, if research confirms honey from Australian manuka trees has antibacterial properties.
29 Oct 14 AUSTRALIAN beekeepers could be set for a boom, if research confirms honey from Australian manuka trees has antibacterial properties.
SOUTHERN Australia will be called on to supply 22,500 dairy cattle to Sri Lanka after securing two contracts worth almost $100 million
29 Oct 14  1 SOUTHERN Australia will be called on to supply 22,500 dairy cattle to Sri Lanka after securing two contracts worth almost $100 million
A TOP price of $75,000 at the NCC Brahman sale on Tuesday, was a reassuring result for the Brahman industry and NCC stud principal Brett Nobbs.
29 Oct 14 A TOP price of $75,000 at the NCC Brahman sale on Tuesday, was a reassuring result for the Brahman industry and NCC stud principal Brett Nobbs.
Cattle - Beef
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Katrina - that doesn't answer my question, Australia is trying it's best to educate these
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One of the best decisions an Australian government has ever made. When you have to resort to
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I think we have bushie boy worked out argis. A know it all city slicker.
CONFIDENCE in the bull market is riding high, producing stellar results at this year’s Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale.
09 Oct 14 CONFIDENCE in the bull market is riding high, producing stellar results at this year’s Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale.
RESILIENT cattle breeders have stared down one of their toughest years on record but Northern Territory couple Doug Struber and wife Joanne hope to bounce back thanks to the 2014 Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale.
08 Oct 14 RESILIENT cattle breeders have stared down one of their toughest years on record but Northern Territory couple Doug...