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Grizzly Engineering manufacture a range of high quality, reliable and innovative agricultural machinery for use on small, medium and large farms. All machines are designed and manufactured by Grizzly with strict quality control and testing to ensure ...
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MT & RM Welch provide a range of engineering solutions such as Heavy Duty Axles, Offsets and Grader Blades to the East Coast. 
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Oram Engineering provide Agricultural implements, design and fabrication, general Engineering, hydraulic supplies, and pnuematic supplies.
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KE & DM Pahl Pty Ltd manufacture farming and agricultural machinery - WOOLFORD (Hydraulic Fold Diamond Harrow, Single V attachments, Weldless Prickle Chain), Stone Rollers and Land Rollers, Trailers, Combination Rollers, Comb Trailers,Coulters - Hyraulic ...
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R & J Lucas Farming is operated by John & Anna Lucas We are a contract farming business based on the Warrego Highway, Roma Queensland. We have been operating for 15 years providing a full range of services to our valued customers.
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The NHDrive concept tractor is designed to offers operational flexibility, as it features the same cab as a standard T8.
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11/12/16 - The New Holland NHDrive concept autonomous tractor, which is based on a T8 Blue Power model.
Campaign aims to raise awareness for food labelling changes
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17/04/16 - A national consumer information campaign has begun to raise awareness of Australian Government reforms to country of origin labelling for food.
Forrest urges one food export brand
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28/03/16 - Andrew Forrest wants a national brand and logo to identify Australian food exports and would immediately use it on all meat shipped out of WA.
Ragazzini Rotho Model MS0
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15/03/16 - The Ragazzini Rotho MS0 is a positive displacement peristaltic [hose] pump with a “roller on bearings” design.
Farmers fear science cuts will put agriculture at risk
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04/02/16 - Australian farmers fear that sever job cuts at the CSIRO will make it harder for the agricultural industry to plan and cope with climate change.

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