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CHINESE demand for Australian sorghum is a bright light at the end of this season's tunnel helping keep growers' prices strong.
27 Mar 15 CHINESE demand for Australian sorghum is a bright light at the end of this season's tunnel helping keep growers'...
A UNIVERSITY student who rides trackwork for champion racehorse trainer Gai Waterhouse and a territory manager for an animal health company will represent Zone 3 in the state final of the 2015 The Land Sydney Royal Showgirl Competition.22 Mar 15 A UNIVERSITY student who rides trackwork for champion racehorse trainer Gai Waterhouse and a territory manager for...

BIOSECURITY, native vegetation laws and drought were topics open for discussion today with Queensland Agriculture Minister Bill Byrne.27 Mar 15  1 BIOSECURITY, native vegetation laws and drought were topics open for discussion today with Queensland Agriculture...
QUEENSLAND Country Life's Kate Stark has taken home one of the top accolades at today's Rural Press Club.27 Mar 15 QUEENSLAND Country Life's Kate Stark has taken home one of the top accolades at today's Rural Press Club.

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FOR the second year running, a Victorian competitor has taken out the Australian Livestock and Property Agent Association's National Young Auctioneers Competition held at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.12:29 PM FOR the second year running, a Victorian competitor has taken out the Australian Livestock and Property Agent...
FROM visiting Russian clients' properties to entertaining international buyers in Australia, Landmark Global Exports (LGE) beef livestock buyer Campbell Ross says his job is one great adventure.27 Mar 15 FROM visiting Russian clients' properties to entertaining international buyers in Australia, Landmark Global Exports...

IN another bitter blow for the depleted agency additional job cuts within the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) have been given the go-ahead by government.26 Mar 15  1 IN another bitter blow for the depleted agency additional job cuts within the Department of Agriculture and Food...
CHANGES to animal welfare requirements for live cattle export are running smoothly in Indonesia, with the take up by local businesses impressing an Australian expat in the industry.25 Mar 15  1 CHANGES to animal welfare requirements for live cattle export are running smoothly in Indonesia, with the take up by...

Rural women are more at risk of family violence than those in the city, according to speakers at the International Rural Women's Conference.4:00 AM Rural women are more at risk of family violence than those in the city, according to speakers at the International...
BRURAL communities will be hard hit by federal government cuts to legal services and community legal centres, according to Law Society of SA president Rocco Perrotta.4:00 AM BRURAL communities will be hard hit by federal government cuts to legal services and community legal centres,...

A PIECE of ANZAC history has made its way to Townsville on the 100th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli. One of the fiercest battles during the ANZAC military engagement at Gallipoli was the Battle of Lone Pine, August 6-9, 1915.4:00 AM A PIECE of ANZAC history has made its way to Townsville on the 100th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli. One of...
JULIA Creek’s iconic Gannon’s Hotel was destroyed by fire in the early hours of Friday morning.
Fire crews were called to the pub about 1am to find the pub razed with fire.27 Mar 15 JULIA Creek’s iconic Gannon’s Hotel was destroyed by fire in the early hours of Friday morning. Fire crews were...