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MARCIA is one super storm that caught Bureau of Meteorology forecasters by surprise. MARCIA is one super storm that caught Bureau of Meteorology forecasters by surprise.
A NEW regime for reporting live export ESCAS breach investigation results has been adopted by the Department of Agriculture. A NEW regime for reporting live export ESCAS breach investigation results has been adopted by the Department of Agriculture.
WOOLGROWERS, classers and industry bodies already voicing their concerns to the AWI Wool Selling Systems Review panel. WOOLGROWERS, classers and industry bodies already voicing their concerns to the AWI Wool Selling Systems Review panel.
THE first SustainaWOOL clips hit the auctions last week and New England Wool is calling for more superfine growers to get on board.
THE first SustainaWOOL clips hit the auctions last week and New England Wool is calling for more superfine growers to get on board.
DURING the 2000s the cereals fungal disease focus has firmly been on rust, but in recent years other diseases have crept up.
3:00 AM DURING the 2000s the cereals fungal disease focus has firmly been on rust, but in recent years other diseases have crept up. | AGT enters barley space  | Oilseed: high risk, high reward 
THE kerfuffle over imported berries contaminated with Hepatitis A has put the spotlight on Australian ag’s case for consumer favour.
3:00 AM THE kerfuffle over imported berries contaminated with Hepatitis A has put the spotlight on Australian ag’s case for consumer favour. | Careful about CoOL changes: Colbeck  | CoOL submission fast-tracked 
CONTROL and efficiency will give hydroponic production the edge over traditional farming this year, says a new report.
3:00 AM CONTROL and efficiency will give hydroponic production the edge over traditional farming this year, says a new report. | Farming's billion-dollar dream  | Benefits of eco business model 
AS broadacre agriculture becomes more challenging by the year, one of farming's biggest growth sectors in 2015 will be hydroponics.
3:00 AM AS broadacre agriculture becomes more challenging by the year, one of farming's biggest growth sectors in 2015 will be hydroponics.
WEBSTER Ltd has made a bold $200m move into broadacre cropping, bidding for Tandou and former PrimeAg operation Bengarang.
27 Feb 15 WEBSTER Ltd has made a bold $200m move into broadacre cropping, bidding for Tandou and former PrimeAg operation Bengarang.
SUMMER was back to front and round the wrong way for much of New South Wales this year.
27 Feb 15 SUMMER was back to front and round the wrong way for much of New South Wales this year.
NATIONAL party leader Warren Truss is standing firm in support of the embattled PM in the face of renewed leadership speculation.
27 Feb 15 NATIONAL party leader Warren Truss is standing firm in support of the embattled PM in the face of renewed leadership speculation. | Spill thrill forces focus on...  | 'Kick up the bum' for PM 
IT'S been a volatile six months for dairy but big co-op Murray Goulburn is sticking to its promise of a $6/kg MS farmgate payment.
27 Feb 15 IT'S been a volatile six months for dairy but big co-op Murray Goulburn is sticking to its promise of a $6/kg MS farmgate payment. | Co-op inquiry one step closer  | MG defends performance record 
THE new message behind Meat and Livestock Australia’s latest marketing campaign is built on reinforcing beef’s health credentials.
27 Feb 15 THE new message behind Meat and Livestock Australia’s latest marketing campaign is built on reinforcing beef’s health credentials. | Top End beef back in business  | Producers call for processing... 
Cattle - Beef
RETAIL giant Woolworths has bitten the bullet and cut its full-year profit guidance, after reporting
27 Feb 15 RETAIL giant Woolworths has bitten the bullet and cut its full-year profit guidance, after reporting "unsatisfying" first-half sales results. | Coles, Woolies 'too big to care' 
STEERS reached 355 cents a kilogram during the hoof and hook competition auction at the Canberra Show on Thursday.
27 Feb 15 STEERS reached 355 cents a kilogram during the hoof and hook competition auction at the Canberra Show on Thursday.
Cattle - Beef
ANTHRAX has killed a dairy cow in the Tatura region of the Goulburn Valley, Victoria, and the property has been placed under temporary quarantine.
27 Feb 15 ANTHRAX has killed a dairy cow in the Tatura region of the Goulburn Valley, Victoria, and the property has been placed under temporary quarantine. | Fonterra sticks by slashed milk...  | Pasteurisation and food production 
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott was in Rockhampton this morning, to meet with CQ mayors and survey the damage from TC Marcia.
27 Feb 15 PRIME Minister Tony Abbott was in Rockhampton this morning, to meet with CQ mayors and survey the damage from TC Marcia.
A SMALLER winter crop and the smallest export crop in five years mean GrainCorp is tipping another profit slump of at least 30 per cent.
27 Feb 15 A SMALLER winter crop and the smallest export crop in five years mean GrainCorp is tipping another profit slump of at least 30 per cent. | GrainCorp pay deal queried  | GNC bonuses 'too lenient': ASA 
TIM Fairfax AC and his wife Gina Fairfax were honoured this week for their philanthropic investment in the ARLF's work.
27 Feb 15 TIM Fairfax AC and his wife Gina Fairfax were honoured this week for their philanthropic investment in the ARLF's work. | Around the traps: weekly news wrap  | Shenhua's $1.5b dose of dismay 
THE Abbott government's foreign investment crackdown looks shaky after Labor reserved judgment on whether it will support the plan.
27 Feb 15  4 THE Abbott government's foreign investment crackdown looks shaky after Labor reserved judgment on whether it will support the plan. | Outrage over PM's property hit  | More rules for agricultural FDI 
CHANGING labelling laws for food made in Australia but not for imported products could price locals out of the market.
27 Feb 15  1 CHANGING labelling laws for food made in Australia but not for imported products could price locals out of the market. | Ag set to drive CoOL review  | CoOL submission fast-tracked 
A DISAPPOINTING week for the Merino fleece sector dragged
the AWEX EMI lower, despite a firm trend in crossbreeds.
27 Feb 15 A DISAPPOINTING week for the Merino fleece sector dragged the AWEX EMI lower, despite a firm trend in crossbreeds. | Industries sheepish about overhaul  | A bird in hand for IWP 
Sheep - Wool
FRANK Crofts was a distinguished agricultural scientist whose career resulted in huge savings in fuel and water for Australian crops.
27 Feb 15 FRANK Crofts was a distinguished agricultural scientist whose career resulted in huge savings in fuel and water for Australian crops.
AUDIO: Catch up on the week's news, from CoOL law reform to calls from one MP for farmers to sue an animal rights group.
27 Feb 15 AUDIO: Catch up on the week's news, from CoOL law reform to calls from one MP for farmers to sue an animal rights group. | AUDIO: The weekly wrap
INGHAM sugarcane farmers could retain an increased ownership percentage in the $520m cane-based renewable energy facility.
27 Feb 15 INGHAM sugarcane farmers could retain an increased ownership percentage in the $520m cane-based renewable energy facility.
AG LEADERS will play a central role in moves to finally enact unambiguous country of origin food labelling standards.
27 Feb 15  2 AG LEADERS will play a central role in moves to finally enact unambiguous country of origin food labelling standards. | Pollies short on food safety...  | Renewed push for CoOL change 
LAMB prices may have taken a slight dip, but confidence in the market is strong and lambs are performing well overall.
27 Feb 15 LAMB prices may have taken a slight dip, but confidence in the market is strong and lambs are performing well overall.
Sheep - Meat
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I think it is very wrong that Greg misfud thinks that some of us doggers fraud the system maybe
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Sounds like you may have some median, mode, mean shoppers over your way Bushie Bill. A few
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So the man who has never run a business in his life condescendingly says that new red tape will
The maintenance backlog across Telstra’s 100-year-old copper network has reached crisis point over Christmas and January with no end in sight.20 Feb 15 The maintenance backlog across Telstra’s 100-year-old copper network has reached crisis point over Christmas and...
WESTPAC’S new Regional General Manager of Agribusiness for Queensland, Peta Ward, is returning to her roots after 11 years to work with the people and communities she started life with.03 Feb 15 WESTPAC’S new Regional General Manager of Agribusiness for Queensland, Peta Ward, is returning to her roots after 11...