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Fatcow is a free online business directory listing Australian farming and agricultural businesses.  Fatcow was launched in July 2006 and currently has more than 6,000 Australian agricultural businesses listed.
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The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) operate as a division of the Agricultural, Fisheries and Forestry Department. ARABES provides independent economic, scientific and biophysical analysis to address policy ...
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At NAB Agribusiness we put you first.  In fact, for over 150 years NAB’s been banking agribusinesses across Australia, helping to run and grow successful primary producers and post farm gate businesses
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Infinity Fisheries farms Australian fish species using a unique fully enclosed specifically engineered water recirculation system which re-cycles precious water and provides stress-free conditions to grow healthy, pollution free fish without environmental ...
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Namoi Valley Aquafarming is also the largest Aquaculture Farm in the State with over 50 Ponds. The Fish Farm is Situated 12 km south of Narrabri. Murray Cod, Golden Perch, Silver Perch, Eel tailed Catfish and Crayfish (Yabbies) are bred and supplied ...
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Fishing, not oil, is at the heart of the South China Sea dispute
Editorial
16/08/16 - The real and immediate prizes at stake are the region’s fisheries and marine environments that support them.
OceanWatch Australia increases traceability with QR codes
Editorial
26/11/14 - OceanWatch has introduced QR codes for fresh seafood, providing wholesale buyers with a complete picture of where, how, and by who the catch was caught.
CSIRO develops world’s first fish-free prawn food
Editorial
16/04/14 - A team of scientists at Australia’s national science agency, the CSIRO have developed the world’s first fish-free prawn food.
Mahi mahi and Australia’s first tuna steak to enter MSC certification program
Editorial
25/03/14 - The MSC will be assessing mahi mahi and tuna steaks under its certification program, marking a world first, and Australian first respectively.
Tasmanian salmon producer chosen by Jamie Oliver for Aussie Ministry of Food
Editorial
25/09/13 - Tasmanian salmon producer, Huon Aquaculture has been chosen by renowned celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver for his Australian Ministry of Food project - making them the very first Aussie food partner to be chosen.
Seafood Excellence Awards announces NSW DPI as gold sponsor
Editorial
16/08/13 - The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) have signed as Gold Sponsor for the 2013 Sydney Fish Market Seafood Excellence Awards.
NSW state government to revive oyster industry
Supplier news
11/07/13 - The NSW state government has announced the plan to fund a new initiative to revive the state’s troubled oyster industry after it was riddled with disease earlier in the year.
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12/12/12 - Registrations are now open for the ABARES Outlook 2013 conference, Australia’s premier science and economics forum for the agriculture, fisheries, forestry and food sectors.
Registration is open for the ABARES 2012 Outlook conference in Canberra
Supplier news
31/01/12 - The conference on the 6th & 7th of March will update those in the agriculture, fisheries, forestry and natural resource sectors.
ABARES 2012 Science Awards and Innovation Awards
Supplier news
23/09/11 - ABARES launches the 2012 Science Awards and Innovation Awards with grant applications now open.
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) Regional Outlook conferences
Supplier news
20/05/11 - This year the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) is to hold 7 one-day Regional Outlook conferences around Australia.
Earnings from salmon farming continue to grow
Supplier news
06/08/10 - The latest ABARE–BRS Australian fisheries statistics 2009 report shows that the value of farmed salmon production rose by 7 % to $323 million in 2008-09.

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