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With parts of the country still struggling with the effects of drought and climate scientists warning the worst may still be to come, an increasing number of farmers are rethinking their approach to water storage.
After 12 intensive months of in-depth trace mineral trials conducted by seven farmers around Australia and their mentors, the results of the Multimin Performance Ready Challenge are finally in: Victorian dairy farmer Renee Murfett is the Queen Supreme.
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More than 1300 producers and ag industry heavyweights gathered on Sydney's Cockatoo Island on March 28 for the global food summit Farm2Fork, which not only examined the challenges we'll face in the coming century but also the potential solutions.
The three finalists in this year's Multimin Performance Ready Challenge have been named! Now their fate is in your hands.
LIVE BLOG: Many of the agricultural sector's most influential personalities from near and far will gather on Cockatoo Island today for Rabobank's Farm2Fork Summit 2019.
All eyes will be on Sydney's Cockatoo Island today (March 28), where leading producers and industry trailblazers from around the world will converge for the Farm2Fork Summit.