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'Reverse Strawberry' hits Australian shores
28/03/16 - A 'reverse strawberry' with white flesh and red seeds has been released onto the Australian nursery market and could eventually make its way to shelves.
Monsanto's Fraley on Staying Ahead in Agtech Innovation
17/03/16 - Representatives from four of the world's biggest agribusinesses gathered yesterday at the World Agri-Tech Investment Summit.
Cattle program demonstrates benefits of Australia-Indonesia economic cooperation
17/03/16 - Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Barnaby Joyce, has welcomed Indonesian Minister for Trade.
Fish, Corals and Trees tell common story about Climate Change
15/03/16 - Research by scientists from The University of Western Australia has shown that fish, corals and trees in north-west Australia respond to climate change.
Potato Industry teams with united fresh start foundation to move Salad Bars to Schools
06/03/16 - The CEO of the United States Potato Board, Blair Richardson, challenged the potato industry to donate salad bars to 300 schools each year.
A year-round wet season?
28/02/16 - That could be the future for the North of Australia.
Progress on grass-fed and red meat sector representation reform
28/01/16 - Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Barnaby Joyce, today welcomed further progress on effective industry representation in the red meat sector.
27/01/16 - Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) has kick-started its popular #GoodMeat social media campaign to educate consumers.
ACT expected to ban battery cages and sow stalls
25/02/14 - The ACT is expected to pass a vote today that will see an end to certain factory farming practices.
New control system reduces infection risk among free range hens
16/09/13 - A new control system from Siemens is providing fre -range hens with more comfort while also reducing their risk of infection.
JBS Australia and Primo launch Foodbank beef program
13/08/13 - Foodbank has teamed up with JBS Australia and Primo to launch a new beef initiative, which will supply over 130 tonnes of sausages per year to those in need.
Fonterra faces new milk contamination scare in Sri Lanka
12/08/13 - New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has entered more hot water over another milk contamination scare, this time in Sri Lanka.

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