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27

May

2020

Wheat production concerns in Europe spook the market...

The world wheat market is certainly at the whim of the weather right now with futures markets bouncing sharply off an eight-month low set early last week as concerns for the state European Union (EU) winter crop start to outweigh those of the Russian crop.
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27

May

2020

Travel debate continues in UK, US passes 100,000 deaths

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27

May

2020

Pandemic could cause regional Australia renaissance

The pandemic could lead to a regional Australia renaissance if governments, businesses and communities work together, regional advocates say.
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27

May

2020

How viable are sheep prices ahead of winter?

The reduction in lamb numbers at eastern states markets last week helped drive the market higher.
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27

May

2020

Prospect Park auction on July 9

The 1559 hectare Bauhinia property Prospect Park will be auctioned by Hourn & Bishop Qld on July 9.
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26

May

2020

Cedar Meats reopens

It's back to work for staff at the Melbourne abattoir, hit by a COVID-19 outbreak.
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26

May

2020

Shenhua's $200m race against termination

Shenhua has just over a month to apply for a mining licence for its Watermark coal project near Breeza.
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26

May

2020

Department followed the rules when COVID live-export ship docked

The Agriculture Minister said the rules were followed to the letter.
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26

May

2020

Tilt against Federal government MPs announced

Plans to field irrigation candidates across NSW Riverina and northern Victoria.
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26

May

2020

Inland Rail's route over Queensland floodplain to be reviewed

The $10-billion Inland Rail route across south east Queensland will be reviewed, after the federal government bowed to community pressure.
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26

May

2020

Stats show barley sector will struggle to replace China

The difficulties replacing China as a buyer of Australian barley become apparent when looking at export data over the past ten years.
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26

May

2020

Honda quit quad market

Honda are removing ATV quad bikes from sale in Australia from 2021
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26

May

2020

Louis Dreyfus takes lead role in Namoi's cotton marketing business

More restructuring at Namoi Cotton has effectively giving its multi-national partner control of trading and warehousing activities.
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26

May

2020

Grower concern regarding export reliance on China

Barley producers have concerns over Australia's apparent overreliance on China as a buyer of our grain according to a Farmonline survey.
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26

May

2020

Is there more to supply drop than the usual winter slump?

Sheep and lamb yardings at physical markets are reducing week-by-week, but is there more to it than just the usual winter drop off in supply?
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26

May

2020

EvokeAg 2021 cancelled - plans to reschedule

Covid-19 sees internationally recognised agtech conference postponed to 2022
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26

May

2020

Coronavirus outbreak hits The Americas

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26

May

2020

Australia and China's turbulent trade relations

The recent Chinese decision to implement prohibitive tariffs on Australian barley is just the latest in a lengthy history of trade problems.
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26

May

2020

Virus hits live export vessel in Fremantle

Six of the 42 crew aboard the Al Kuwait livestock vessel tested positive to COVID-19 on entry to Fremantle Port on Tuesday.
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26

May

2020

Europe's wheat production concerns spook world markets

World wheat markets are in the hands of the weather gods, creating waves in futures markets.
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26

May

2020

Hatching a plan for carbon neutrality

Low carbon eggs and chicken meat on the horizon
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26

May

2020

European glut could flood Oz with cheap chips

Due to COVID-19, the Netherlands could dump frozen chips on the Australian market.
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26

May

2020

Barley industry looks to clear India weed seed hurdle

The Australian barley industry is getting close to being able to export to India but needs to overcome an obstacle regarding weed seeds.
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25

May

2020

Cattle market strength holds but there's talk of a plateau

Will grass go to waste come spring?
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25

May

2020

Walk over weighing accurately predicts calving dates

Automated capture of calving dates a key focus of DataMuster
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25

May

2020

Much anticipated water trading report delayed due to COVID-19

The report was due to be handed to the government this Sunday.
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25

May

2020

Cattle Council pushes for biosecurity funds

Onshore Biosecurity Levy shelved
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25

May

2020

'The charges are defective' defence lawyer in Bass Strait cattle death case argues

The charges relate to the deaths of 59 cattle aboard a ship in the Bass Strait in 2016.
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25

May

2020

'Beef is part of global warming solution'

Does livestock have the potential of global cooling rather global warming?
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25

May

2020

Texas property Uambi offered

Quality Southern Downs property Uambi is being through an expression of interest process closing on June 23.
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25

May

2020

Gray's Texas property Uambi offered

Quality Southern Downs property Uambi is being through an expression of interest process closing on June 23.
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25

May

2020

VIDEO: Aussie beef features in new MasterChef sponsorship deal

Australian celebrties Bill Lawry and Kate Ritchie feature in campaign.
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25

May

2020

Aussie beef features in new MasterChef sponsorship deal

Australian celebrties Bill Lawry and Kate Ritchie feature in campaign.
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24

May

2020

Brooklyn aggregation passed in for $4.3m | Video

The 6805 hectare Brooklyn aggregation in South East Queensland was passed in for $4.3 million.
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24

May

2020

ALEC responds to anti-live export piece

The Australian Livestock Exporters' Council (ALEC) has fired back at comments made by Queensland University professor Clive Phillips, who suggested that Western Australia sheep producers should look for alternative markets to the live export trade as its days were numbered.
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24

May

2020

Select tips big water costs to linger after dry and COVID-19 cut profits to $17m

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24

May

2020

Russian factor rallies futures

Just as CBOT futures looked poised to plunge last week, the Russian factor kicked in and delivered a sharp rally.
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24

May

2020

Producers weigh up earlier calving to rebuild faster

Opportunity ripe for accelerated reproduction strategies - but plan well
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24

May

2020

Logged native forests significantly more fire prone research says

The royal commission into bushfires begins today and evidence is growing that logging native forests drastically increases their fire risk.
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24

May

2020

Wool prices drop but there's optimism abroad

Australian wool prices have fallen again, despite showing small signs of recovery the week before.
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24

May

2020

Fonterra Australia boss talks about milk price

Fonterra Australia talks about milk price following the NZ farmgate forecast and Bulla's opening price announcement.
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24

May

2020

Bold bit to get Tier 3 back on track

A lobby group headed by a union representative is pushing for some Western Australian Tier 3 grain train lines closed since 2014 to be reopened.
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24

May

2020

Bold bid to get Tier 3 back on track

A lobby group headed by a union representative is pushing for some Western Australian Tier 3 grain train lines closed since 2014 to be reopened.
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23

May

2020

Beef to lead the nation's road to recovery

Leadership beef is the theme to Beef 2021 event.
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23

May

2020

A tragic reminder that COVID-19 still has a grip on Australia

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22

May

2020

Mandatory photographic evidence of water use suggested by MDBA

MAKING it mandatory for water licence holders to submit photographic evidence when providing their meter reading is one of the recommendations put to the SA Department for Environment and Water, as a result of the latest audit by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority.
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22

May

2020

Online demand from Eastern States' buyers

This year has so far provided many significant moments for the Australian agricultural industry, including widespread rainfall over the east of the country, which has proven to be the catalyst for record breaking stock movements across Australia.
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22

May

2020

"I hit rock bottom and survived"

Over the edge - Dairy farmer tells of his epic fall down Dorrigo Mountain and the rescue effort that saved his life!
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22

May

2020

Machinery scam: the sites are on, but no one is home

Shady websites are appearing on the internet offering agriculture equipment at giveaway prices - but all is not as it seems.
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22

May

2020

WA denies entry to Palmer while NSW prepares for 'critical step'

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