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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.
Seed Terminator inventor Nick Berry with one of his machines.
17/04/17 - ​A machine that pulverises weed seeds as grain crops are harvested has begun commercial manufacture in Australia.
Australian dairy industry gets nitrogen cash boost
17/05/16 - Australian dairy is one of four agricultural industries that will benefit from a government-funded Rural Research and Development for Profit project
Australia elected Chair of International Plant Protection Convention
07/04/16 - Australia's internationally recognised expertise in biosecurity, plant health and standard-setting has been reinforced.
Timber Wrap
05/04/16 - Timber Wrap predominantly used in the construction industry, to cover and provide shelter to cut and dressed timber.
Australia's largest dairy firm Van Diemen's Land Company sold to Chinese buyer
31/03/16 - The $280 million sale of Tasmanian dairy giant Van Diemen's Land Company (VDL) to a Chinese businessman has been finalised, with talk of expansion
Chinese agribusiness invests in Australian biotech centre
22/03/16 - Global Chinese agribusiness Shandong Tianjiu Industrial Group has entered into a three-year $1 million joint research agreement with Flinders University.
Nectar Farms plans $130 million hydroponic tomato business in Central Tablelands
22/03/16 - Nectar Farms has plans to grow hydroponic tomatoes and other vegetables on the 56-hectare block near the Central Tablelands town.
Water savings and productivity benefits flow across NSW
02/03/16 - Irrigators in New South Wales are set to benefit from significant improvements to water infrastructure, with approval of the first tranche of funding.
Ninox Robotics' Drones Ready for Takeoff
25/02/16 - Ninox Robotics, the Australian tech start-up providing cutting-edge unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for customised commercial and government use.

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