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Friday, 20 October 2017 10:15

Local farmers creating value from waste

Local farmers have been doing it tough over the past ten years but recently published research by a team from QUT and Griffith University has unearthed a potential antidote to the problem.

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More than 99 per cent of Australian farm businesses are fully Australian owned and 88 per cent of farmland is fully Australian owned, according to figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) Agricultural Land and Water Ownership Survey.

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Tuesday, 12 September 2017 16:34

Significant investment in wild dog action

The WA Government will invest a record $18.6 million in wild dog activities across the State over four years to help support jobs in the pastoral industry.

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CANEGROWERS welcomes the news that the closing date for applications for Cyclone Debbie recovery assistance has been extended.

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Thursday, 07 September 2017 16:24

Agriculture now fastest growing economic sector

Under the leadership of the Federal Government, Australian agriculture has emerged as the fastest growing sector and the largest contributor to national GDP growth in 2016-17, cementing its position as one of the economic powerhouses driving the nation.

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The imperative of implementing strategies in northern beef production, so as to strengthen both profitability and the preservation of natural assets, has been highlighted by a new report from 2014 Nuffield Scholar, Michael Lyons. 

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Elders Real Estate, together with Hassad Australia, has announced the sale of a significant South Australian aggregation located on the highly productive Eyre Peninsula.

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The Victorian Government has convened a Roundtable to explore how Victoria’s agribusiness and primary producers can best continue to work at adapting to a hotter and drier climate.

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Friday, 17 March 2017 10:49

New tool monitors soil microbes

University of Adelaide researchers have shown how the community of bacteria present in the soil of land that had been cleared and grazed for 100 years was returned to its natural state just eight years after revegetation with native plants.

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Farmer confidence in South Australia has remained buoyant this quarter as grain growers complete a record harvest and beef and sheep producers continue to enjoy strong prices and excellent seasonal conditions, the latest Rabobank Rural Confidence Survey has found.

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