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$30m Newcastle grains terminal to be running by harvest
Editorial
25/09/13 - NSW first major grain port development in over 25 years is expected to be up and running by this year’s harvest.
SunRice’s potential listing on ASX provokes shareholder fears
Editorial
15/08/13 - Shareholders of SunRice, one of Australia’s largest exporters of processed branded food products, have raised concerns over the potential foreign ownership of the company should it be listed on the ASX.
Cargill enters Aussie malt market
Editorial
06/08/13 - The Australian division of American agricultural commodities giant, Cargill has confirmed that Glencore International has accepted its bid to purchase Joe White Maltings.
Supplier news
18/06/13 - Rabobank has released the June edition of the Agribusiness Monthly for Australia and New Zealand.
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.
Supplier news
04/06/13 - The 2013 Rabobank Australian Star Prize for Rural Broadcasting has been awarded to ABC TV Landline’s Sean Murphy for his story on a conflict between Western Australian farming neighbours over genetically modified canola.
Australia’s farming future: Western Australia
Supplier news
03/06/13 - Climate change, and its associated variability, is posing a challenge for farm businesses in Western Australia.
Dip in dollar benefits grain and dairy farmers
Supplier news
16/05/13 - Australian farmers have received a flow-through benefit from the global decline in commodity markets and a reduction in value of the Aussie dollar against the greenback.
“We’ll have nothing left to call our own”: Truss on ADM deal
Supplier news
06/05/13 - Nationals leader Warren Truss is sceptical about future prospects for the Australian agricultural industry in light of the recent acquisition of GrainCorp by US giant ADM
Greentree wants to ensure that GrainCorp’s 280 storage sites remain open to rivals.
Supplier news
05/05/13 - Ron Greentree, Australia’s largest wheat farmer, plans to lobby politicians to ensure that GrainCorp’s storage and port assets remain open to rival traders.
Supplier news
11/03/13 - According to the latest Rabobank Agri Commodity Markets Research report, soybeans appear to have gained ground on corn and cotton this year in the annual battle for acreage in the US.

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