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Australian Manuka adopts Mark of Authenticity to meet international standards
12/06/18 - ​The Australian Manuka Honey Association (AMHA), in partnership with leading scientists, has established a set of standards for Australian Manuka honey.
Hot, dry summer tests Aussie farmer confidence about the year ahead
05/03/18 - ​Australia’s farmers have started the year on a cautious note, with a hot, dry summer in many parts of the country
19/02/18 - ​The Black Sea Region will continue to transform the global wheat market
Australian wine exports reach post-GFC high of $2.56 billion
23/01/18 - ​Australian wine exports increased by 15 per cent to $2.56 billion in the 12 months ending December 2017.
Australia secures $1.0 billion EU canola export market
18/12/17 - Australian canola farmers nearing the end of their 2017 harvest have reason to celebrate.
Latest Agricultural commodities report reveals a mixed forecast on farming front
11/12/17 - Poor climate conditions in grain-growing regions have contributed to the gross value of farm production being forecast to reach $59 billion in 2017-18
Tough sorghum means business as usual for Dalby bio-refinery growers
Supplier news
23/10/17 - Planting sorghum that could handle tough conditions allowed these growers to deliver last summer’s harvest to the Dalby Bio-Refinery without a hitch.
Smithfield’s first summer crop at newest feedlot a winner
Supplier news
15/10/17 - ​Smithfield Cattle Co’s first summer crop at recently acquired Sapphire Feedlot, near Goondiwindi, has been a success despite difficult conditions.
Planting an entire sorghum crop to one variety can be a risky decision, but for Inverell growers Vern and Marg Younger and son Geoff, it was a necessary one.
Supplier news
09/10/17 - Traditionally growing two to three varieties, the family was concerned about the lingering wet and cold conditions at the start of last season.
Companies granted Bulk Wheat Port Code exemptions
01/08/17 - Riordan Grain Services and Semaphore Container Services will not have to comply with certain parts of the mandatory Bulk Wheat Code.
Joe Fleming, from Willow Tree, won the Premer Shield with a crop of MR-Scorpio sorghum.
Supplier news
02/05/17 - ​A crop grown by Willow Tree’s Joe Fleming, “Parraweena”, has taken out the Premer Shield, awarded for the best sorghum crop in the district.
Rabobank Australia chief executive officer Peter Knoblanche.
Supplier news
25/04/17 - ​A unique opportunity exists for Australian grain growers to visit and learn from their US counterparts by joining a grains tour of the American Midwest.

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