Market fears EU milk flood

THE global milk price rollercoaster ride is likely to get a lot wilder in the wake of this month's long-anticipated scrapping of European quotas.
THE global milk price rollercoaster ride is likely to get a lot wilder in the wake of this month's long-anticipated scrapping of European quotas.
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COVERAGE of foreclosure tensions at farming properties in WA’s wheatbelt on 60 Minutes has come under fire on social media.
COVERAGE of foreclosure tensions at farming properties in WA’s wheatbelt on 60 Minutes has come under fire on social media.
ENERGY is a a major cost for dairy farmers, which is why Dairy Australia has launched an initiative to identify energy waste in dairies. ENERGY is a a major cost for dairy farmers, which is why Dairy Australia has launched an initiative to identify energy waste in dairies.
A PLANNED anti-live export demonstration in the US will feature a stuffed animal display of chickens, pigs, cows and a mammoth. A PLANNED anti-live export demonstration in the US will feature a stuffed animal display of chickens, pigs, cows and a mammoth.
OPINION: THE style in which Richie Benaud executed his basic cricketing craft is integral to how he became such an icon. OPINION: THE style in which Richie Benaud executed his basic cricketing craft is integral to how he became such an icon.
OPINION: TRADE and investment agreements can be quite esoteric things until you distil them down to specific areas of benefit.
4:00 AM OPINION: TRADE and investment agreements can be quite esoteric things until you distil them down to specific areas of benefit.  | TPP trade deal needs transparency  | TPP 'critical' for Australian... 
DESPITE mixed views from the legal community, farm groups have expressed support for Senator Chris Back’s proposed on-farm trespass laws.
4:00 AM DESPITE mixed views from the legal community, farm groups have expressed support for Senator Chris Back’s proposed on-farm trespass laws. | Shear lies frustrate wool industry  | Back's bill battles perception... 
SUGARCANE growers across Queensland received some good news from the new government in Queensland late last week.
3:00 AM SUGARCANE growers across Queensland received some good news from the new government in Queensland late last week.
AFTER four months in the US, cattleman Angus Creedon has returned with a very positive feeling about Australia's beef industry.
3:00 AM AFTER four months in the US, cattleman Angus Creedon has returned with a very positive feeling about Australia's beef industry.
Cattle - Beef
A DINNER conversation with her parents was all it took to inspire Mitchell Park teenager Kaviya Kalyanasundaram to invent a remote sensor that can alert farmers to the water needs of plants.
19 Apr 15 A DINNER conversation with her parents was all it took to inspire Mitchell Park teenager Kaviya Kalyanasundaram to invent a remote sensor that can alert farmers to the water needs of... | Solar-driven tomato farm...  | Olsson’s Salt spreads gourmet...  | GALLERY: Water woes in NSW far west
DURUM Breeding Australia's southern node leader Jason Able says the organisation is building strong international linkages with other research and marketing bodies.
19 Apr 15 DURUM Breeding Australia's southern node leader Jason Able says the organisation is building strong international linkages with other research and marketing bodies.  | Riverton cropper named Durum...  | Positive market signals  | GALLERY: Durum growers discuss hot topics
CONCERN about the shortage of shearers prompted Boorowa wool growers to highlight the industry as a satisfying, long-term career.
19 Apr 15 CONCERN about the shortage of shearers prompted Boorowa wool growers to highlight the industry as a satisfying, long-term career.
Sheep - Wool
WITH widespread rain wanted in many districts, farmers are still preparing for an autumn break to sow oats or dual-purpose crops like Wedgetail wheat or canola.
19 Apr 15 WITH widespread rain wanted in many districts, farmers are still preparing for an autumn break to sow oats or dual-purpose crops like Wedgetail wheat or canola.
WARREN Truss may not be the most spectacular or outspoken member of federal parliament, but he’s proving to be one of its most durable.
19 Apr 15 WARREN Truss may not be the most spectacular or outspoken member of federal parliament, but he’s proving to be one of its most durable. | Regional cities overlooked  | Barnaby defends 'crackpot'... 
WITH farmers getting desperate about their herbicide options for broadleaf weeds, a new post-emergent product is a welcome addition.
19 Apr 15 WITH farmers getting desperate about their herbicide options for broadleaf weeds, a new post-emergent product is a welcome addition. | Crops on chemical watch  | Glypho cancer claims a wake-up call 
RECENTLY introduced to Australia, Amazone's UX11200 trailed sprayer is bursting with special features.
19 Apr 15 RECENTLY introduced to Australia, Amazone's UX11200 trailed sprayer is bursting with special features. | Claas act for Great Big Demo  | Manitou's half-million milestone 
THE Banana Freckle Eradication team has taken to skies over the Top End, undertaking aerial surveillance on regions including Dundee Beach and Humpty Doo.
19 Apr 15 THE Banana Freckle Eradication team has taken to skies over the Top End, undertaking aerial surveillance on regions including Dundee Beach and Humpty Doo.
NEW durum release DBA Aurora has proved a good-quality package with its strong performance in last season's National Variety Trials.
18 Apr 15 NEW durum release DBA Aurora has proved a good-quality package with its strong performance in last season's National Variety Trials.  | Riverton cropper named Durum...  | Positive market signals  | GALLERY: Durum growers discuss hot topics
OPINION: ANTI-ANIMAL ag campaigns usually incite feelings of stress and dread, not confidence and victory. So what is different now?
18 Apr 15 OPINION: ANTI-ANIMAL ag campaigns usually incite feelings of stress and dread, not confidence and victory. So what is different now? | Shear lies frustrate wool industry 
PETER Garrett has endorsed naming a new WA federal seat in honour of pioneering Senator Jo Vallentine.
18 Apr 15 PETER Garrett has endorsed naming a new WA federal seat in honour of pioneering Senator Jo Vallentine. | Madigan to launch farming party  | ALP firebrand Peter Walsh dead... 
CRITICISM of the MDBA's lack of consultation on the Basin Plan has been heightened by recent State elections, says Neil Andrew.
18 Apr 15 CRITICISM of the MDBA's lack of consultation on the Basin Plan has been heightened by recent State elections, says Neil Andrew.
BIG data: a big buzz phrase that few understand, but those who do think they understand it see the potential for transformational ag change.
18 Apr 15 BIG data: a big buzz phrase that few understand, but those who do think they understand it see the potential for transformational ag change. | Grain scanner key to crop quality  | Have your say on animal welfare 
BANANA growers are being asked to pay a voluntary levy to help reimburse those North Queensland growers whose farms have been quarantined after being infected by the banana plant fungus Panama Tropical Race 4 (TR4).
18 Apr 15 BANANA growers are being asked to pay a voluntary levy to help reimburse those North Queensland growers whose farms have been quarantined after being infected by the banana plant fungus...
AUSTRALIAN wool production is tipped to take a small tumble to 332 million kilograms in 2015-16.
17 Apr 15 AUSTRALIAN wool production is tipped to take a small tumble to 332 million kilograms in 2015-16. | Sino-Aus bond runs in the fibre  | Shear lies frustrate wool industry 
Sheep - Wool
AUSTRALIAN farmers and consumers, working closely together, would have tremendous power over the supermarket duopoly and animal activists, the head of the National Farmers Federation (NFF) says.
17 Apr 15 AUSTRALIAN farmers and consumers, working closely together, would have tremendous power over the supermarket duopoly and animal activists, the head of the National Farmers Federation...
TASMANIA is set to give the green light to Australia's first legal medical marijuana grower, in what is expected to be a new industry.
17 Apr 15  2 TASMANIA is set to give the green light to Australia's first legal medical marijuana grower, in what is expected to be a new industry. | Barry backs medical cannabis  | Grass could be greener in Canberra 
AN Easter break has brought a breath of fresh air to wool auctions, with the AWEX EMI closing up 24 cents at 1130c.
17 Apr 15 AN Easter break has brought a breath of fresh air to wool auctions, with the AWEX EMI closing up 24 cents at 1130c. | Shear lies frustrate wool industry  | Designer's love affair with Aus... 
Sheep - Wool
MENTAL health experts are dismayed by the federal government's long-awaited response to a National Mental Health Commission report.
17 Apr 15  1 MENTAL health experts are dismayed by the federal government's long-awaited response to a National Mental Health Commission report. | Taskforce set to tackle ice scourge  | Handling a harvest of fear 
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We used to have great mental health facilities in Ballarat and Bendigo like other places many of
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Fire ants, like climate alarmists, a real problem. I know what they can do with all that evil
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Are you trying to tell us Basil that you think global cooling would be preferable? Please
STUDENTS from the Weipa Residential Campus from Pormpuraaw, Kowanyama, Cooktown, Aurukun, Mapoon and the Torres Strait Islands have just completed their Deadly Choices Healthy Lifestyles Program.27 Mar 15 STUDENTS from the Weipa Residential Campus from Pormpuraaw, Kowanyama, Cooktown, Aurukun, Mapoon and the Torres...
HOME Hill High graduate Kimberley Bourke has started her journey toward being a teacher with the help of a scholarship from Home Hill Community Bank Branch.27 Mar 15 HOME Hill High graduate Kimberley Bourke has started her journey toward being a teacher with the help of a...