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Food prices stable as UN predicts strong wheat output
07/03/16 - World food prices stabilised in February near a seven-year low as rising vegetable oil and meat prices offset declines in cereals, sugar and dairy.
The Changing Landscape of Biostimulants in Agriculture
25/02/16 - ​Every grower has their own way of describing chemical products with dubious claims and a mysterious technical story.
Morrison ticks off sale of Australia's biggest dairy to Chinese Buyer
23/02/16 - Treasurer Scott Morrison has approved the $280 million sale of Australia's largest dairy farming business to the Chinese-owned Moon Lake Investments.
AgGenetics is Answering Global Beef Demand with New White Angus Breed
18/02/16 - It's a widely recognized fact that global demand for beef has been rising dramatically along with the middle class in emerging countries.
20 Years of Innovation Marked by a World First for Australian Farmers
17/02/16 - Australian cotton growers will be the first in the world to benefit from the third generation of agricultural biotechnology.
Common Antibiotic Inspires hunt for new Herbicide
14/02/16 - Plant biologists at the University of Western Australia have discovered that antibiotic cirpofloxacin, which kills bacteria, also kills plants.
2016 Sydney Royal Cheese & Dairy Produce Show winners announced
08/02/16 - The Sydney Royal Cheese & Dairy Produce Show saw an increased number of ice cream entries and quality products.
Progress on grass-fed and red meat sector representation reform
28/01/16 - Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Barnaby Joyce, today welcomed further progress on effective industry representation in the red meat sector.
Avocado growers have not altered their harvest to create higher prices
27/01/16 - Australia's avocado growers have not altered their harvesting to manipulate avocado pricing, according to Avocados Australia's CEO John Tyas.
How good is your silage?
Supplier news
12/09/14 - Sheep and beef in south-west Victoria are being challenged to produce quality silage with an informative field day.
NSW Farmers annual conference
Supplier news
20/06/13 - The annual NSW Farmers Conference will take place between 17-18 July 2013 at the Concourse in Chatswood on Sydney’s North Shore.
New legislation may restrict farmers’ access to agricultural chemicals
Supplier news
16/05/13 - New federal legislation was passed through parliament yesterday which will require chemical companies to re-register their products every 7- 15 years.

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