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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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Infrastructure Technologies Limited offer products and solutions for road and water infrastructure based on engineering, environmental and liner applications to meet client design and construction requirements. Their solutions include Waterproof Membranes ...
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Trimble provides positioning solutions enabling professionals in engineering and construction, surveying, agriculture, fleet management and field service to be more productive, by revolutionising their work processes.
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Agriculture is on the verge of bigger things
26/03/15 - Leading engineering firm Soto Consulting Engineers observes the growing influence of global markets on Australia’s agriculture sector.
The Murray-Darling Basin Authority's draft plan has left irrigators and environmentalists at odds
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29/11/11 - Yesterday the Murray-Darling Basin Authority made available the draft Basin Plan for public comment.
A. Neale (left), winner of Fatcow’s survey of rural and regional Australians
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03/11/11 - The winner of Fatcow.com.au’s survey of rural and regional Australians has been announced.
National Broadband Network goes live in Armidale
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19/05/11 - The city of Armidale in rural New South Wales today celebrated becoming the first centre in mainland Australia to receive the National Broadband Network.
National Farmers’ Federation has mixed feelings on budget
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12/05/11 - The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) has welcomed the Federal Government’s commitment to funding for some key agricultural programs.
Impact of floods on agricultural, mining commodities
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10/02/11 - Flooding in eastern Australia is likely to have reduced 2010–11 agricultural production by at least $500–600 million and reduced coal exports by $2–2.5 billion.
Julia Gillard
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09/09/10 - Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced a $9.9 billion additional regional Australia package.

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