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Graham and Jeff Barbeler
Supplier news
03/10/18 - A Kingaroy farming family has achieved a major career milestone this year, having completed 25 years of trialling commercial crops on their farm.
Grapegrowers can tackle grapevine disease with help of app
Editorial
01/10/18 - ​Grapevine trunk disease is estimated to cost the Australian wine sector millions of dollars in lost production.
Victorian government offers funds to improve on-farm irrigation methods
Editorial
01/10/18 - ​The Victorian government is offering incentives to irrigators in Northern Victoria
SA Government launches summer fruit fly assault
Editorial
24/09/18 - ​The State Government will operate additional random roadblocks into the Riverland and appoint a dedicated coordinator.
Red Meat Advisory Council reviews whether industry standards are fit for future
Editorial
24/09/18 - ​The Red Meat Advisory Council is undertaking an independent review of the rules of engagement in the red meat industry.
Cattle prices trend down as drought conditions increase pressure in market
Editorial
24/09/18 - ​Cattle prices have generally trended down during 2018, but some states have been more stable than others, Meat and Livestock Australia has reported.
Competition judge and CQ Commodities manager Craig Wade recently presented the shield to Brian Gregg and son Nigel.
Supplier news
23/09/18 - The prestigious Mark Donaldson Memorial Shield for 2018 has been awarded to the Gregg family of Kolora, 35km east of Dysart, QLD.
Farm production value remains stable despite drought
Editorial
18/09/18 - ​The value of Australia’s farm production is forecast to remain relatively unchanged at $60 billion in 2018–19.
New projects help Australian farmers with fight against pests
Editorial
18/09/18 - Farmers will now be able to fight against pest animals more effectively.
Artificial Intelligence helps accurately map Australia’s 65 wine regions
Editorial
11/09/18 - ​The vineyards in Australia’s 65 wine regions will soon be accurately mapped using high-resolution satellite images.

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