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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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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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Project to grow northern Australia mango exports to China - 15/01/19
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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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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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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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Ex-cyclone Penny approaches coast - 10/01/19
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More foreign ownership of NT than anywhere else - 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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Aussie beef and lamb an easy pitch - 08/01/19
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Agriculture scholarships not just for agriculture - 08/01/19
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Gone to the dogs - 07/01/19
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Kununurra trip for young NT pastoralists - 07/01/19
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Port of Townsville's capacity upgraded - 04/01/19
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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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Rodeo action heads to north Queensland - 03/01/19
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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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Cyclone to hit FNQ today - 01/01/19
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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
 
Five Cox Plates on display at Goondiwindi - 01/01/19
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Wool market has a year to be remembered - 31/12/18
Take a look back at the wool market from 2018. Read On
 
Family man and live export trailblazer remembered - 04/01/19
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New CEO announced for RQ - 31/12/18
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Surveys look to lift shearing safety - 28/12/18
WASIA and AWI are developing the program to improve conditions for people working in sheds. 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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Progress being made to reopen Innisfail meatworks - 27/12/18
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Hunting in state forests on agenda - 27/12/18
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Angus cross steers to 265c/$1607 at Roma prime sale - 27/12/18
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Christmas heartache - 15/01/19
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Trace wool from sheep to shop - 23/12/18
Williams grown Merino wool easy to trace through Direct Network Advantage program. Read On
 
Final wool selling week of the year - 21/12/18
46,003 bales were available to the trade last week and the market finished the year on a positive note. Read On
 
Wool on the waves - 21/12/18
Wool used to redefine surfboards expected to land on the Australian market early next year. Read On
 
Federal government sets $100b target for Australian agricultural industries - 21/12/18
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OBrien to discuss on-farm challenges during tour - 21/12/18
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Red meat growth into Asia - 21/12/18
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Local wool is fashionable at Williams | Photos - 20/12/18
All the photos from The Williams Woolshed Australian Wool Network and Dyson Jones special project unveiling. Read On
 
The world's their oyster - 20/12/18
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Support for Green Hills dam - 20/12/18
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Future focus for ag school program - 20/12/18
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Williams DNA in wool project - 19/12/18
"It is a true bale-to-retail story in Williams. Read On
 
Milestones for wool in 2018 - 19/12/18
Prices for wool gave producers a stellar return for their clip in 2018. Read On
 
Hazeldean Hugh sealed king - 20/12/18
Hazeldean sire Hugh sealed as king of all time 50 Superior Sires placing number one in all four major indexes. Read On
 
Big day at Charters Towers Amateurs - 19/12/18
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Super safflower ready to GO - 19/12/18
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ACCC hits out at bulk handlers - 19/12/18
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Rod oversees last clip before retiring - 20/12/18
Mr Taylor will retire after 37 years as manager of the sheep, cattle and cropping enterprise Epasco Farms at Condingup. Read On
 
Owen delivers mixed blessings - 18/12/18
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Qld LNP to elect new state president - 18/12/18
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Wool production at 21-year low - 17/12/18
Australia wool production forecast is at a 21-year low, the worst ever on record. Read On
 
Serious about worker exploitation - 17/12/18
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European quality now in Australia - 17/12/18
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Quilpie cricket tragic recognised for service to the game - 17/12/18
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Done deal: Water Ministers complete Murray Darling Basin Plan - 14/12/18
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Cyclone Owen approaches coast - 14/12/18
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Cloncurry named Queensland's friendliest town - 13/12/18
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Woolmark brand now supply chain integrity mark - 12/12/18
Woolmark brand becomes supply chain integrity mark with woolgrowers now able to stamp it on their wool bales. Read On
 
Breeds oppose each other at wool auctions - 12/12/18
Merino fleeces recorded gains, but crossbred wool values fell by up to 130 cents, prompting some firm seller resistance. Read On
 
Drought impacts on national spring clip - 12/12/18
Wool supply has slowed to a trickle in SA with only 17,985 bales tested by AWTA in what normally would have been one of its busiest months. Read On
 
GrainCorp bidder talks of $150m network spend - 12/12/18
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Live trade's value drowned out - 13/12/18
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Sweet sorghum a double sugar-hit for Indian farmers - 12/12/18
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Select WA wool for new luxury brand - 11/12/18
Westcoast Wool & Livestock export division has partnered with Chargeurs Luxury Materials. Read On
 
Sheep live exporters ignored own advice on social licence - 05/12/18
Industry could have acted five years ago to head-off controversy that currently threatens the trade's future. Read On
 
A dark day for Hughenden: mayor - 11/12/18
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Kidston Renewable Energy Hub fast tracked - 11/12/18
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Growers want undivided GrainCorp - 10/12/18
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Aussie crop the smallest in a decade - 10/12/18
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Wet and wild weather forecast for NQ coast - 10/12/18
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US lining up to send its beef to Australia - 07/12/18
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Australia's fossil future hangs in the balance - 07/12/18
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Tower Hill ready to race again - 07/12/18
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Penultimate wool sales this week - 06/12/18
The Merino fleece sector failed to attract the same amount of support that it enjoyed during the previous week's sale. Read On
 
GrainCorp bidder keen to befriend farmers - 06/12/18
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Calls for agribusiness skills after LNP tour - 06/12/18
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Anning aims for Bradfield boost - 06/12/18
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AWI announces $2.5 million investment in flystrike vaccination research - 05/12/18
Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) has announced a $2. Read On
 
QATC future plan remains stuck in limbo - 05/12/18
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Simple solution to reduce ag run-off - 05/12/18
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Fires fuel veg management debate - 05/12/18
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How minerals are lifting northern Australia's pregnancy rates - 19/12/18
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Ruralco to start farming data - 04/12/18
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Why does wool breathe? - 06/12/18
Advertiser content: Human beings rely on clothing to help regulate their body temperatures, and this creates the feeling of comfort. Read On
 
Cropping is a success at Strathmore - 15/01/19
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Significant FNQ drug bust - 17/01/19
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Maintaining China's desire for Aussie wool - 06/12/18
Advertiser content: Trade between China and Australia is fundamental for the Australian wool industry. Read On