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Established in 1964, Benoak Devon Stud continues the tradition of breeding exceptional Devon cattle.
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Dairy Livestock Services offer dairy marketing advice, commercial and registered cattle dispersals and sales, private treaty cattle sales, live export, dairy consulting and dairy property marketing Australia wide.
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Australian Dairy Herd Improvement Scheme (ADHIS) specialise in dairy herd genetic evaluations. ADHIS offer data services, breeding information and consultancy services and Genomic support.
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Aleis - world leaders for Nlis (National Livestock Identification Systems) and electronic scanning identification solutions. Suppliers of EID livestock tracking systems to abattoirs, saleyards and farms
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Bargaincorner.com.au is an online agricultural trading centre where Livestock Handling Equipment can be bought, sold or traded. Bargaincorner.com.au allows users to buy, sell and trade livestock handling equipment. The Bargaincorner.com.au range of products ...
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Almervista Jerseys is a dairy farm that operates on 340 acres, half way between Longwarry and Drouin in West Gippsland. The Almervista stud was established in early 1991.
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Fonterra full year profit down 11pc
Editorial
24/09/17 - ​Dairy Co-Operative Fonterra has announced net profit after tax for 2016/17 was $687m, a drop of 11 per cent.
How Trump's deportation plan threatens America's food and wine supply
Editorial
19/12/16 - Mass deportations of up to three million undocumented immigrants are expected to begin in January, when Donald Trump takes the oath of office.
Bega Cheese cuts farmgate dairy price
Editorial
21/06/16 - ​Dairy processor Bega Cheese will cut its farmgate milk price by 11 per cent when the new season commences on July 1.
Group of dairy farmers plan to sell milk directly to manufacturer
Editorial
06/06/16 - A group of three West Gippsland dairy farmers may bypass the major dairy processors and sell milk directly to a Melbourne yoghurt and cheese maker.
Fonterra follows Murray Goulburn lead and slashes milk prices
Editorial
05/05/16 - Australian dairy farmers received another blow yesterday as dairy processor Fonterra cut the price it pays them more than 10 per cent.
Two Murray Goulburn directors quit in two days
Editorial
04/05/16 - Dairy co-operative Murray Goulburn said on Wednesday that Special Director, Kiera Grant has resigned from its board.
Dairy farmers expect to feel the pain of Murray Goulburn cut to milk price
Editorial
28/04/16 - Dairy farmers say they may have no choice but to leave the industry following Murray Goulburn’s decision to cut the price it pays them for milk.
Murray Goulburn boss quits after profit downgrade
Editorial
27/04/16 - Murray Goulburn managing director Gary Helou is stepping down following the co-operative’s decision to cut its profit forecast.
Moxey Farms to be acquired by AFMH
Editorial
07/07/15 - One of Australia’s largest single-site dairy operations, Moxey Farms, will be acquired by The Australian Fresh Milk Holdings.
Rabobank releases quarterly dairy report
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23/06/15 - Rabobank has released its quarterly dairy report.
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04/05/15 - The April 2015 edition of Rabobank Agribusiness Monthly sees upward trends for beef, sheepmeat and wool while global dairy prices have retreated.
Hope Dairies to buy 5000ha land
Editorial
01/04/15 - Gina Rinehart’s Hope Dairies has agreed to buy surplus government land in the Mary Valley for dairy production.

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