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190 years of the Australia’s most celebrated agricultural event – The Sydney Royal Easter Show
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Australia’s largest annual event, The Sydney Royal Easter Show, celebrated its 190th year in highlighting the nation’s dynamic and resilient agricultural industry.
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GM livestock could help solve food crisis, US scientist says
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14/02/14 - Professor Jim Murray from the University of California says that genetically modified livestock is a practical solution to global food security.
Landmark GM court case to commence today
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10/02/14 - The WA Supreme Court will today hear what is expected to be a landmark court case on a farmer’s right to produce genetically modified crops.
Navy bean producers fear industry ruin should SPC close
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03/02/14 - Australian Navy Bean producers are fearing a possible end to the industry following Tony Abbott’s decision to refuse funding for SPC
No help for SPC Ardmona is a "marker" for industry policy, Abbott says
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31/01/14 - The federal government has rejected the bid by the embattled food processing company SPC Ardmona for $25 million.
Colorado farmers receive five years probation for contaminated cantaloupes
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31/01/14 - Two Colorado farmers whose lax safety precautions led to the death of 33 people have avoided prison time.
ACCC to investigate wine grape price gouging
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30/01/14 - Following a request by Murray Valley Winegrowers, the ACCC will be investigating a winery in the region for alleged price gouging.
Murray Goulburn to lobby competition regulators over WCB approval timelines
Editorial
30/01/14 - Murray Goulburn said that it intends to lobby government and regulators over competition issues relating to the sale of Warrnambool Cheese and Butter.
Hong Kong culls 20,000 chickens following H7N9 virus detection
Editorial
29/01/14 - Up to 20,000 chickens have been culled in Hong Kong after the deadly strain of bird flu, H7N9 virus, was found.
Macadamia growers take to the skies over provenance problem
Editorial
28/01/14 - With half of Australians unaware that the macadamia nut is native to Australia, growers took to the skies on Australia Day to get their message across.
Food boom may not bring higher prices, says US professor
Editorial
22/11/13 - Tom Hertel founder of the Global Trade Analysis Project says that despite an impending food boom, prices of food will get cheaper.
New Aussie research looks into avocado bruising [video]
Editorial
19/07/13 - A Queensland research project is looking into why avocados bruise so easily and how they can be prevented, with one in three avocados considered a disappointment by consumers.
PETA wants egg farmer to experience battery hen conditions
Editorial
18/07/13 - Animal activist group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have asked a Victorian farmer to experience battery hen conditions first hand by locking himself in a cage.
Fatcow.com.au visits the 2013 Royal Easter Show
Fatcow.com.au visits the 2013 Royal Easter Show "Where the Country Meets the city"
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