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Price projections for steers, hogs, broilers, turkey, milk & eggs
Editorial
07/03/16 - Cattle prices for 2016 are raised from last month on higher expected prices in the first quarter.
Morrison ticks off sale of Australia's biggest dairy to Chinese Buyer
Editorial
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
Editorial
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.
Editorial
18/02/16 - When the deadly Ebola virus struck West Africa last year, one thing that became clear was that the region lacked access to quick diagnostic tools.
Organic meat and milk put to the test by British study at Newcastle University
Editorial
17/02/16 - Milk today comes in a lot of different varieties: lactose-free, permeate free, low-fat, high protein, A2-only protein, pasteurised and homogenised milk.
Common Antibiotic Inspires hunt for new Herbicide
Editorial
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
Editorial
08/02/16 - The Sydney Royal Cheese & Dairy Produce Show saw an increased number of ice cream entries and quality products.
Bundaberg releases first sugar shipment since floods
Supplier news
20/06/13 - Yesterday saw the first shipment of sugar to leave Bundaberg’s port since the area was devastated by floods in late January.
Grown on water saving soil
Image: TXMagpie/Flickr
Supplier news
17/06/13 - Australia has some of the world’s most ancient soils, many of which grow delicious produce.
Australia’s farming future: doing more with less water
Supplier news
07/06/13 - Changes in cropping methods could address reduced water and lead to a jump in yield not seen since the late 1980s.
When cows are going hungry, should their rights trump those of national parks? AAP Image/Dean Lewins
Supplier news
23/05/13 - Due to a serious drought that has seen one-third of Queensland drought declared, farmers are struggling to feed their cattle.
Doubt surrounding new national drought policy
Supplier news
06/05/13 - Federal Agricultural Minister Joe Ludwig has announced Australia’s new National Drought Program Reform.

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