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Editorial
11/12/16 - According to phys.org, ​South Australian research that improves wheat, pastures and other crop yields has sown the seeds for global distribution deals.
Are whole grains part of a healthy future?
Editorial
04/12/16 - ​New global research on whole grains suggests that Australia is doing better than many countries for whole grain consumption.
Editorial
27/01/16 - Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) has kick-started its popular #GoodMeat social media campaign to educate consumers.
Australian corn exports increase in spite of high $AU
Editorial
19/01/16 - Australian corn exports increased last financial year in spite
SA grain business enters external administration
Editorial
19/03/14 - South Australian grain company, Sapphire Pty Ltd has been placed in external administration.
Last crop for brothers after 50 years
Supplier news
07/03/14 - Darling Downs brothers Laurie and Jim Black will hang up their work boots this year after half a century of farming.
The real cost of pesticides in Australia’s food boom
Editorial
06/12/13 - More than A$17 billion worth of crops grown in Australia annually is attributed to agricultural pesticides. That’s 68% of the A$26 billion industry.
GrainCorp CEO resigns as ADM takeover denied
Editorial
02/12/13 - Alison Watkins, managing director and chief executive of GrainCorp has announced her resignation.
Hockey’s GrainCorp ruling in-line with industry’s position : poll
Editorial
29/11/13 - Joe Hockey’s decision to disallow the acquisition of GrainCorp by ADM is in-line with what the agriculture industry believes is best for the country.
Government rejects GrainCorp takeover
Editorial
29/11/13 - Treasurer Joe Hockey has ruled against the sale of GrainCorp, Australia’s largest publicly-listed agribusiness, to US giant Archer Daniels Midland.
GM crops ban extended in SA
Editorial
08/11/13 - South Australia is the only mainland state maintaining a ban on genetically modified crop production and trials, extending a moratorium until at least 2019.
Deputy PM wary of GrainCorp sale
Editorial
04/11/13 - Australia must control its food security, says Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss, who is concerned that the sale of GrainCorp to ADM could see Australia's agricultural future determined by foreign businesses.

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