Door open for another appeal in GM case

DESPITE organic farmer Steve Marsh yesterday losing his Supreme Court appeal for compensation, the door has been left open for another appeal.
DESPITE organic farmer Steve Marsh yesterday losing his Supreme Court appeal for compensation, the door has been left open for another appeal.
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UPDATED: WA organic farmer Steve Marsh has lost his court appeal for compensation after GM canola was found on his Kojonup property in 2010. UPDATED: WA organic farmer Steve Marsh has lost his court appeal for compensation after GM canola was found on his Kojonup property in 2010.
NFF CEO Simon Talbot says Chinese farm industry and political officials are confused about the union-led campaign against the FTA.
NFF CEO Simon Talbot says Chinese farm industry and political officials are confused about the union-led campaign against the FTA.
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has warned of the risks of a AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has warned of the risks of a "fiscal cliff" if the current 2 per cent wool levy is not supported.
DEBATE over government intervention at saleyards has underpinned evidence presented at the red meat inquiry today. DEBATE over government intervention at saleyards has underpinned evidence presented at the red meat inquiry today.
INTERNATIONAL interest in expected in one of Australia's largest agricultural land and water portfolios.
1:32 PM INTERNATIONAL interest in expected in one of Australia's largest agricultural land and water portfolios. | Dashang Group beefs up land...  | China firm may buy $1b in farmland 
A QUEENSLAND court has handed a victory to Gina Rinehart in her battle to establish a new coal mine.
1:01 PM A QUEENSLAND court has handed a victory to Gina Rinehart in her battle to establish a new coal mine.
EXPECTATIONS from international markets will see red meat producers need to ensure they have the current Livestock Production Assurance National Vendor Declaration (LPA NVD) form from November 16.
12:15 PM EXPECTATIONS from international markets will see red meat producers need to ensure they have the current Livestock Production Assurance National Vendor Declaration (LPA NVD) form from... | Another young cattle record  | Inquiry debates saleyard reforms 
AUSTRALIA'S dairy industry is set to lose at least $20 million in expected tariff cuts if the China FTA isn't implemented before Christmas.
9:00 AM AUSTRALIA'S dairy industry is set to lose at least $20 million in expected tariff cuts if the China FTA isn't implemented before Christmas. | ChAFTA campaign hits overdrive  | China 'confused' by union campaign 
THE wool market rebounded this week after a fortnight of sharp falls, with the AWEX EMI lifting 36 cents.
7:56 AM THE wool market rebounded this week after a fortnight of sharp falls, with the AWEX EMI lifting 36 cents. | Growers have their say on levy  | Wool levy cut risks 'fiscal cliff' 
Sheep - Wool
THE value of rural exports grew seven per cent in 2014-15, latest Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show.
7:45 AM THE value of rural exports grew seven per cent in 2014-15, latest Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show. | Crop estimates increased  | Aus beef goes online to China 
AUSTRALIA'S regional communities will be the winners from the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, writes KATE CARNELL.
4:00 AM  2 AUSTRALIA'S regional communities will be the winners from the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, writes KATE CARNELL. | Farmers gear up for FTA fight  | ChAFTA campaign hits overdrive 
WHEAT prices are likely to be in for a rough ride during the next few weeks.
4:00 AM WHEAT prices are likely to be in for a rough ride during the next few weeks. | SA growers given septoria warning  | GPA, GGL must reach consensus 
STRONG beef prices are affecting the meat supply chain, as both restaurants and families change their shopping habits.
4:00 AM  1 STRONG beef prices are affecting the meat supply chain, as both restaurants and families change their shopping habits.
Cattle - Beef
GGL has rebuked claims of a swag of standing proxy votes from deceased members on its electoral roll could be used in its board elections.
4:00 AM  2 GGL has rebuked claims of a swag of standing proxy votes from deceased members on its electoral roll could be used in its board elections. | AGM process fair: GGL  | GPA, GGL must reach consensus 
THIS month GrainGrowers holds its annual general meeting (AGM) in Toowoomba.
4:00 AM THIS month GrainGrowers holds its annual general meeting (AGM) in Toowoomba. | GGL stands by election process  | GPA, GGL must reach consensus 
WOOLPRODUCERS Australia has slammed Australian Wool Innovation's decision to leave out a 1.5 per cent levy option at the WoolPoll vote.
4:00 AM  5 WOOLPRODUCERS Australia has slammed Australian Wool Innovation's decision to leave out a 1.5 per cent levy option at the WoolPoll vote.  | Meat demand clips wool forecast  | Growers have their say on levy 
Sheep - Wool
AUSTRALIA'S largest livestock exporter Wellard Group and its CEO Mauro Balzarini have high hopes that the potential of the North as a cattle export juggernaut will be unlocked in the not too distant future.
3:00 AM AUSTRALIA'S largest livestock exporter Wellard Group and its CEO Mauro Balzarini have high hopes that the potential of the North as a cattle export juggernaut will be unlocked in the not...
Cattle - Beef
AS the Steve Marsh camp takes in the dismissal of its appeal this morning and refuses to rule out a further action, industry leaders are calling for co-existence between farming methods.
03 Sep 15  4 AS the Steve Marsh camp takes in the dismissal of its appeal this morning and refuses to rule out a further action, industry leaders are calling for co-existence between farming methods. | Marsh loses GM appeal 
AACO's Master Kobe Wagyu brand has completed a double Royal Show win claiming the highest score at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Awards and a gold medal with a cut of grain-fed striploin.
03 Sep 15 AACO's Master Kobe Wagyu brand has completed a double Royal Show win claiming the highest score at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Awards and a gold medal with a cut of grain-fed striploin.
Cattle - Beef
UPDATED: WA organic farmer Steve Marsh has lost his court appeal for compensation after GM canola was found on his Kojonup property in 2010.
03 Sep 15 UPDATED: WA organic farmer Steve Marsh has lost his court appeal for compensation after GM canola was found on his Kojonup property in 2010.
UPDATED: A WOOLLY mammoth has strolled out of the scrub in southern NSW and the RSPCA has moved quickly to remove the sheep's heavy coat.
03 Sep 15  4 UPDATED: A WOOLLY mammoth has strolled out of the scrub in southern NSW and the RSPCA has moved quickly to remove the sheep's heavy coat.
AS farmer and mining groups combine to defend the ChAFTA, horticulture stands cautiously optimistic over the new deals.
03 Sep 15 AS farmer and mining groups combine to defend the ChAFTA, horticulture stands cautiously optimistic over the new deals. | ChAFTA campaign hits overdrive  | Farmers 'wedged' on ChAFTA: Sterle 
THREE pork producers and Australian Pork Limited will change the labelling of selected pork products after a review by the ACCC.
03 Sep 15 THREE pork producers and Australian Pork Limited will change the labelling of selected pork products after a review by the ACCC. | Only cage ban will clean up pork  | Phase out of sow stalls on target 
AUSTRALIAN beef exports to the US have hit 85 per cent of the US beef quota.
03 Sep 15 AUSTRALIAN beef exports to the US have hit 85 per cent of the US beef quota. | JBS launches Shorthorn brand  | Aus beef goes online to China 
Cattle - Beef
FURNITURE and appliances retailer Harvey Norman has invested $34 million in one of Australia's largest dairy farms.
03 Sep 15  2 FURNITURE and appliances retailer Harvey Norman has invested $34 million in one of Australia's largest dairy farms. | Profit shave for Bega Cheese  | MG weathers tough conditions 
AUGUST rain might have put new season lamb supply on hold in the south, but the big winter wet has set up conditions for a buoyant spring.
03 Sep 15 AUGUST rain might have put new season lamb supply on hold in the south, but the big winter wet has set up conditions for a buoyant spring.
PROTECTING the integrity of Australia's $7 billion wheat industry has never been more important as global demand and competition rises.
03 Sep 15  8 PROTECTING the integrity of Australia's $7 billion wheat industry has never been more important as global demand and competition rises.  | Ord's big seed harvest kicks off  | GPA, GGL must reach consensus 
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Jock the biggest problem is member apathy and a lot of members giving undirected votes to the
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Barcoo, no wonder it was so big; its a wonder it didn't explode with all that poo inside
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Well said Angry, however levies prop up government departments and fund the government
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