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Australians add Alpaca to the menu
Editorial
25/04/16 - Global think-tanks have increasingly pushed for a sustainable food economy, moving towards consuming alpaca meat.
The Shepherd Centre launches 2016 tax appeal calling for increased regional support
Editorial
19/04/16 - The Shepard Centre, a NSW-based children's charity helping deaf and hearing impaired children learn to listen and speak, launched their 2016 tax appeal
Pallet Caps and Bags
Supplier news
17/04/16 - Pallet Caps and Pallet Bags are used for protecting palletised goods from dust, dirt or rain, whilst being stored or transported.
Australian livestock exporters concerned over Reforms
Editorial
07/04/16 - The Australian Livestock Exporters' Council (ALEC) has welcomed government reform to streamline export certification processes, but harbours concern.
Extreme-Duty Rotary Gear Pump -GormanRupp GHA
Editorial
31/03/16 - The Gorman-Rupp GHA Series rotary gear pump is suitable for liquids such as paint, ink, fish soluble, titanium dioxide, wax, diatomaceous earth
'Reverse Strawberry' hits Australian shores
Editorial
28/03/16 - A 'reverse strawberry' with white flesh and red seeds has been released onto the Australian nursery market and could eventually make its way to shelves.
Monsanto's Fraley on Staying Ahead in Agtech Innovation
Editorial
17/03/16 - Representatives from four of the world's biggest agribusinesses gathered yesterday at the World Agri-Tech Investment Summit.
Cattle program demonstrates benefits of Australia-Indonesia economic cooperation
Editorial
17/03/16 - Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Barnaby Joyce, has welcomed Indonesian Minister for Trade.
Fish, Corals and Trees tell common story about Climate Change
Editorial
15/03/16 - Research by scientists from The University of Western Australia has shown that fish, corals and trees in north-west Australia respond to climate change.
Potato Industry teams with united fresh start foundation to move Salad Bars to Schools
Editorial
06/03/16 - The CEO of the United States Potato Board, Blair Richardson, challenged the potato industry to donate salad bars to 300 schools each year.
A year-round wet season?
Editorial
28/02/16 - That could be the future for the North of Australia.
Seasonal workers expanding to greener pastures
Editorial
07/02/16 - The Australian Government is continuing to implement more modern and flexible biosecurity legislation with the second tranche of delegated legislation.

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