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Ravenshoe rallies after family tragedy - 17/01/19
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Sweet outlook for North's sugar season - 17/01/19
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Cloncurry's mural marvel - 17/01/19
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Wet season breaks drought at Adels Grove |Video - 17/01/19
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Research points to higher omega-3s in organic milk and meat - 17/01/19
Meta-analysis looks at nutritional differences of organic livestock. Read On
 
Heatwaves wash over livestock country - 16/01/19
Heatwave week: Give working dogs a few days off. Read On
 
Campaign focuses on dairy positives - 16/01/19
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China new market for Northern cattle - 16/01/19
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All roads lead to tourism in the west - 16/01/19
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Angus society rings in 100 years - 16/01/19
Angus 2019 conference plans underway, set for Albury in late May. Read On
 
Winx is in equine utopia - 15/01/19
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Project to grow northern Australia mango exports to China - 15/01/19
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A momentous year for wool - 15/01/19
Despite its early bravery in October, the Eastern Market Indicator was unable to sustain the heady 2,000c plus levels experienced through to the end of 2018. Read On
 
Restockers benched but weaner premium holds - 15/01/19
Fears 2019 cattle shortage will be severe. Read On
 
Quality bulls on offer this season - 15/01/19
With the start of a new stud stock bull selling season around the corner, now is as good a time as any to revisit some pointers worth thinking about when in the market for a new sire. Read On
 
700 beef weaners for set Boyanup sale - 15/01/19
Looking for quality weaned beef calves to kick off the new year?. Read On
 
Lean finely textured beef can now be sold as ground beef - 15/01/19
Controversial beef byproduct reclassified in the US. Read On
 
Menindee fish kill: How did we get here? - 14/01/19
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O'Hare's passion for ag started young - 14/01/19
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Rising cattle stars gather at Santa camp - 14/01/19
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Weaners steady as they go - 14/01/19
In 2018, we saw pasture conditions deteriorate and grain prices rise, neither of which are good for young cattle prices. Read On
 
Increase stocking rate to boost profit - 11/01/19
The results of 120 surveyed sheep enterprises across WA highlighted the variations in production due to rainfall differences. Read On
 
Editors crack on with new era - 11/01/19
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Ag school program more relevant than ever - 11/01/19
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Small dip in ag production value as drought bites in Queensland - 11/01/19
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Sheep health warning - 10/01/19
Flies and some parasites thrive in warm, wet weather. Read On
 
Rising from dry despair - 10/01/19
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Qld government launches lawsuit over 2014 truck explosion - 10/01/19
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Herefords shine at Hamilton on Day 3 - 10/01/19
Hereford and Euro-breeds buyers have bid steady prices at the Hamilton weaner sales. Read On
 
Hundreds of Kimberley cattle die - 10/01/19
Noonkanbah station has become the centre of a Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) Livestock Compliance Unit investigation. Read On
 
EPA's stink with saleyard - 10/01/19
Ballarat's new saleyards have continued to cause a stink with the local community. Read On
 
CPC sells three stations in NT and WA - 09/01/19
Consolidated Pastoral Company sells three neighbouring stations to investment group Clean Agriculture and International Tourism. Read On
 
Harvest is done, now it's time for sheep - 09/01/19
Bolgart farmer Edward Ludemann said a break over Christmas was long enough before he started sheep work for 2019. Read On
 
Plans for ag college wind down pick up pace - 09/01/19
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Ex-cyclone Penny meanders further North - 09/01/19
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Qld pair win team roping at Myrtleford - 09/01/19
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Cattle keeps port moo-ving - 09/01/19
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Beef steers to $1082 at Boyanup sale - 08/01/19
A variety of quality cattle were penned giving buyers a virtual smorgasbord to choose from. Read On
 
More leadership upheaval for Australian Livestock Exporters Council - 07/01/19
CEO Brett Pointing resigns for personal reasons after three months in the job. Read On
 
Lot feeding industry mourns Trevor Schoorl - 08/01/19
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Tyzone's bulldog tenacity - 08/01/19
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Optimism wanes during tough dairy year - 08/01/19
A year of more skinny milk without much cream on top was how most of WA's dairy farmers found 2018. Read On
 
Ex-cyclone Penny approaches coast - 10/01/19
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Sea of black at Mt Barker Angus weaner sale - 08/01/19
It will be a sea of black at the Mt Barker Regional Saleyards today. Read On
 
Record sheep prices a feature of 2018, while cattle prices remained steady - 08/01/19
Take a look back at sheep and cattle industry news from 2018. Read On
 
East coast grain failing to hit the system - 07/01/19
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Cyclone Penny strengthens in Coral Sea - 07/01/19
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Gone to the dogs - 07/01/19
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Focus shifts to unjoined first-cross sale - 07/01/19
This first-cross, unjoined heifer and store sale on Friday, January 11, will be a must for producers looking for replacements for this year's mating program. Read On
 
Tamara Valley sale dearest in Australia - 06/01/19
Tasmania's Tamara Valley store lamb sale has traded $5 $10 a head above its values of 12 months ago. Read On
 
Solid at Casterton without the highs - 06/01/19
Prices were solid but without the recent highs for young ewes sold at Casterton. Read On
 
Boyanup beef females offer herd boost - 05/01/19
In the sale commencing at 11. Read On
 
Turkey halts live feeder cattle imports - 05/01/19
The announcement by Wellard saw its share price drop by almost seven per cent. Read On
 
Live Export underpins Mortlake result - 05/01/19
Live export demand has underpinned a better than expected result at the WVLX Mortlake weaner sale. Read On
 
Fire starters must be prosecuted: NT Cattlemen's Association - 05/01/19
"Pastoralists have been preparing for the fire season for some time, but they cant prepare for the illegal act of deliberately lighting a fire. Read On
 
Port of Townsville's capacity upgraded - 04/01/19
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Melville's on the market - 04/01/19
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Pushing the boundaries of red meat research and development - 04/01/19
Protein snacks, cattle facial recognition . Read On
 
Women in beef expand their knowledge during tour | Photos - 03/01/19
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Where are they now? Darin Sewell - 03/01/19
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Learning from crisis - 03/01/19
The dairy industry must take seriously the lessons learned from the 2016 milk crisis so that it can genuinely rebuild trust between farmers and processors. Read On
 
Mother and daughter die in Tablelands tragedy - 03/01/19
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Cane pain for North's growers - 03/01/19
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The grand Gumlu Growers Dinner |Photos - 03/01/19
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Hamilton saleyard to extend roof area - 03/01/19
Southern Grampians Shire has sourced funds to expand the Hamilton saleyards roof area. Read On
 
Beef weaner sales set to begin - 03/01/19
Hot weather tipped for the opening weaner sales. Read On
 
New transport options on cards - 04/01/19
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Reef warriors - 07/01/19
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Mossman Mill plan powers ahead - 08/01/19
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Dodging January congestion - 02/01/19
Ballarat's recently completed CVLX at Miners Rest draws glowing reports. Read On
 
Aussie beef and lamb an easy pitch - 08/01/19
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Cyclone to hit FNQ today - 01/01/19
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Five Cox Plates on display at Goondiwindi - 01/01/19
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Building connections for Aussie beef in Indonesia - 01/01/19
The Expat: Aussies kicking goals overseas for Australian agriculture. Read On
 
Driving welfare at the coalface - 01/01/19
Opinion Editorial from young WA pastoralists working in the live export industry. Read On
 
A year of turmoil for live export industry - 31/12/18
The live sheep trade had one of its most unsettling and uncertain years in its history during 2018. Read On
 
Short shearing popularity to cut into combing wool prices - 31/12/18
Mecardo's Andrew Woods says there continues to be a short supply of short length Merino combing fleece. Read On
 
Fewer cyclones forecast this season - 14/01/19
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New Year's Eve rodeos at Rocky, Mitchell - 31/12/18
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Family man and live export trailblazer remembered - 04/01/19
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Farming dreams are realised at Nukarni - 30/12/18
Richard Putter left South Africa with just a suitcase and six years later he has just purchased his own farm. Read On
 
All rolled into a single week - 29/12/18
Wanting quality weaners, Hamilton is your one stop beef shop. Read On
 
Live trade under threat: report - 28/12/18
The executive summary of the report said the WBT welfare limit was recommended to be 28oC. Read On
 
New Year's cyclone possible as rest of Queensland swelters - 31/12/18
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Making the most of pasture species - 28/12/18
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PBR in pictures - 28/12/18
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Bendottis proud to promote Pemberton's Princesses - 28/12/18
The Bendotti family is supplying the Angus heifers for this year's Farm Weekly-WA Angus Breeders WIN 10 Angus Heifers competition. Read On
 
Livestock's emissions footprint exaggerated, says new research - 28/12/18
New research says livestock-born emissions do not explain climate change. Read On
 
Cattle producers raise Boyanup concerns - 28/12/18
WAFarmers said it supported the Southern Dirt Expression of Interest as it was based on establishing a co-operative model. Read On
 
Agribusiness buzz in brief - 27/12/18
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Self herding to do away with fencing - 27/12/18
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Owen brings flash flooding to north Queensland - 27/12/18
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Euroa sales almost done - 27/12/18
Euroa Saleyards are mostly done and dusted for the summer weaner selling period. Read On
 
Barrons building genetic base - 27/12/18
Cattle are a passion project for fifth-generation Boyup Brook producer Chris Barron and his family. Read On
 
Christmas heartache - 15/01/19
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3000 for WVLX weaner feature - 26/12/18
Since opening 12 months ago WVLX looks forward to its first feature weaner sale. Read On
 
Demand should drive beef business, not supply - 26/12/18
Beef will have to co-exist with lab-grown meat, experts say. Read On
 
Terlinga ewes top Kojonup sale at $154 - 25/12/18
A total of 8714 ewes was offered at the sale and there was a 100 per cent clearance. Read On
 
Angus-Friesian heifers peak at $2750 - 25/12/18
Right from the opening pen the 39 registered buyers, back from 64 last year, dictated the sale and made auctioneer Alec Williams work for every bid. Read On