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Northern Daily Leader
China hungry for local produceCouncil returns from latest business trip to China. BACK IN TOWN: Mayor Col Mu
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Council returns from latest business trip to China. BACK IN TOWN: Mayor Col Murray returned from another council business trip to China. Photo: Peter Hardin CHINA is hungry for Australia’s produce and Tamworth is making sure the pantry door is... Read more
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Weekly Times
Index bodes well for farmingFARMING is a sound investment if the latest figures from the Australian Farmlan
Weekly Times / Posted 6 days ago
FARMING is a sound investment if the latest figures from the Australian Farmland Index are anything to go by. The index — which monitors the returns of 57 corporate farms across Australia with a combined market value of nearly $1 billion — recorded... Read more
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Weekly Times
Senator slams Cattle CouncilA RESTRUCTURE has been on the cards for 14 months, and according to Senator Bar
Weekly Times / Posted 6 days ago
A RESTRUCTURE has been on the cards for 14 months, and according to Senator Barry O’Sullivan, Cattle Council Australia is no closer to being an effective peak body. Speaking at the Senate inquiry to market consolidation in the red meat industry last... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Property sells for millionsAndrew Peadon, Trangie, reports on an outstanding property auction on account o
Daily Liberal / Posted 8 days ago
Andrew Peadon, Trangie, reports on an outstanding property auction on account of Malcolm and Maggie Gordon. SALEYARDS: Agents drew 4200 head for the prime cattle sale at the upgraded Dubbo complex on Thursday, August 10. Photo: FILE. An outstanding... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Texas cattle industry eyeing $291 annual million boost from Chinese marketbeef market. “Any number times 1.4 billion is a big number,” agricultural econ
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 10 days ago
beef market. “Any number times 1.4 billion is a big number,” agricultural economist Derrell Peel told the more than 2,000 cattle raisers filling a cavernous auditorium at Texas A&M University earlier this week for an update on export markets. The... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hilarious moment tiny dachschund tries to help out with herding cattlecanine cowboy: Hilarious moment dedicated dachschund Billy thinks he's a farmdo
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
canine cowboy: Hilarious moment dedicated dachschund Billy thinks he's a farmdog and tries to help out with herding the cattle – as the beasts tower above him A tiny daschund has become a viral sensation for herding large cows on a... Read more
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Weekly Times
Electricity gripes surgeENERGY policy in Australia “is in a shambles” and both sides of politics are to
Weekly Times / Posted 13 days ago
ENERGY policy in Australia “is in a shambles” and both sides of politics are to blame, a former deputy prime minister says. John Anderson, who served as agriculture minister and deputy prime minister in the Howard Government of the late 1990s and... Read more
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Weekly Times
Tallow trade TrumpedDONALD Trump’s opposition to renewable energy is costing Australia’s red meat i
Weekly Times / Posted 13 days ago
DONALD Trump’s opposition to renewable energy is costing Australia’s red meat industry millions of dollars. Processors have blamed the sharp decline in prices for tallow — a rendered form of beef or mutton used in renewable energy systems — to the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Buffalo musterers taking to the sky in the Top End'buff' beef soars at home and abroad Dan Hayes runs Mainoru Station, a 1,300-s
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
'buff' beef soars at home and abroad Dan Hayes runs Mainoru Station, a 1,300-square-kilometre property skirting the bottom of Arnhem Land in the Top End. He is also the station pilot, and is quite simply a gun in the sky. He lurches from the sky... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Living in fear until he killed herex ALONE on her isolated farm, Margaret McCullough always knew her violent ex
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
ex ALONE on her isolated farm, Margaret McCullough always knew her violent ex partner would come for her in the dead of night. Already the victim of a brutal bashing at their home in April, which neighbours said left her “black and blue”,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Rural scholars celebrate at showgroundwith rural scholarships from the Royal Agricultural Society Foundation. Lachla
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 days ago
with rural scholarships from the Royal Agricultural Society Foundation. Lachlan Barden and RAS Foundation executive officer Kate Ross. Ryley Wickham of Tamworth, Anne Johnston of Moree, Kieran Smith of Inverell, Toby Walker of Bingara and... Read more
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Okotoks Western Wheel
Veteran 4Her does it for the kidsWednesday, Aug 02, 2017 06:00 am A Foothills man has been recognized for his y
Okotoks Western Wheel / Posted 19 days ago
Wednesday, Aug 02, 2017 06:00 am A Foothills man has been recognized for his years of dedication to the agricultural organization he holds dear. Chuck Groeneveld received an award for his support of 4-H in Alberta just weeks after his 80th... Read more
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Western Advocate
It will be a learning experience at junior sheep judgingJohn Seaman takes a weekly look at life on the land. ORGANISERS of the Bathurs
Western Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
John Seaman takes a weekly look at life on the land. ORGANISERS of the Bathurst Merino Association junior sheep judging are putting a lot of effort into this year’s competition to be held at the Bathurst Ram Expo on Bathurst Showground from 10am to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Indonesia 'not closing door' to Australian agricultural exports despite self-sufficiency driveJakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing the doors" t
Canberra Times / Posted 20 days ago
Jakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing the doors" to Australian agricultural products despite its drive towards food self-sufficiency as the two countries enter the eighth round of free trade negotiations in Canberra this... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Indonesia 'not closing door' to Australian agricultural exports despite self-sufficiency driveJakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing the doors" t
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 days ago
Jakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing the doors" to Australian agricultural products despite its drive towards food self-sufficiency as the two countries enter the eighth round of free trade negotiations in Canberra this... Read more
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WA Today
Indonesia "not closing door" to Australian agricultural exports despite self-sufficiency driveJakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing the doors" t
WA Today / Posted 20 days ago
Jakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing the doors" to Australian agricultural products despite its drive towards food self-sufficiency as the two countries enter the eighth round of free trade negotiations in Canberra this... Read more
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The Age
Indonesia "not closing door" to Australian agricultural exports despite self-sufficiency driveJakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing the doors" t
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
Jakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing the doors" to Australian agricultural products despite its drive towards food self-sufficiency as the two countries enter the eighth round of free trade negotiations in Canberra this... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Indonesia "not closing door" to Australian agricultural exports despite self-sufficiency driveJakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing the doors" t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Jakarta: A senior trade official insists Indonesia is not "closing the doors" to Australian agricultural products despite its drive towards food self-sufficiency as the two countries enter the eighth round of free trade negotiations in Canberra this... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Super saleyardsMarkets, which generate $75 million a year to the local economy, has undegone a
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
Markets, which generate $75 million a year to the local economy, has undegone a $6.6 million expansion and upgrade. The official opening of the upgrade was held on Friday, with Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton, Dubbo Regional Council... Read more
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Western Advocate
Nominations open soon to make a difference on councilOPINION: Long-time correspondent John Seaman takes a look at life on the land
Western Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
OPINION: Long-time correspondent John Seaman takes a look at life on the land ON THE ROAD AGAIN: Recent sealing of the Mount Tamar road provides excellent alternate access to Bathurst when the Vale Road is closed. NOMINATIONS for Bathurst Regional,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Not much seems to have changed for women in the public serviceI loved reading the stories of the "Public Service Birds" but at the risk of so
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
I loved reading the stories of the "Public Service Birds" but at the risk of sounding a cranky old woman, I have to disagree with Jenny Cockburn when she said "we loved it". There was nothing to love about being a 3rd Division clerk in those days.... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Not much seems to have changed for women in the public serviceI loved reading the stories of the "Public Service Birds" but at the risk of so
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
I loved reading the stories of the "Public Service Birds" but at the risk of sounding a cranky old woman, I have to disagree with Jenny Cockburn when she said "we loved it". There was nothing to love about being a 3rd Division clerk in those days.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Not much seems to have changed for women in the public serviceI loved reading the stories of the "Public Service Birds" but at the risk of so
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
I loved reading the stories of the "Public Service Birds" but at the risk of sounding a cranky old woman, I have to disagree with Jenny Cockburn when she said "we loved it". There was nothing to love about being a 3rd Division clerk in those days.... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Hero Yami’s Nuclear fight goes onYANKUNYTJATJARA elder Yami Lester OAM, an Outback hero who opened the nation’s
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 30 days ago
YANKUNYTJATJARA elder Yami Lester OAM, an Outback hero who opened the nation’s eyes to the human cost of nuclear tests committed on Australian soil, has died aged 75 in Alice Springs. When he was a child playing in the red sand of his Outback... Read more
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News.com.au
Hero Yami’s Nuclear fight goes onYami Lester of Pitjantjatjara tribe on his homeland, near the border of South A
News.com.au / Posted 30 days ago
Yami Lester of Pitjantjatjara tribe on his homeland, near the border of South Australia and Northern Territory. YANKUNYTJATJARA elder Yami Lester OAM, an Outback hero who opened the nation’s eyes to the human cost of nuclear tests committed on... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Hero Yami’s nuke fight will go onYANKUNYTJATJARA elder Yami Lester OAM, an Outback hero who opened the nation’s
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 30 days ago
YANKUNYTJATJARA elder Yami Lester OAM, an Outback hero who opened the nation’s eyes to the human cost of nuclear tests committed on Australian soil, has died aged 75 in Alice Springs. When he was a child playing in the red sand of his Outback... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Hero Yami’s nuke fight will go onYANKUNYTJATJARA elder Yami Lester OAM, an Outback hero who opened the nation’s
Adelaide Now / Posted 30 days ago
YANKUNYTJATJARA elder Yami Lester OAM, an Outback hero who opened the nation’s eyes to the human cost of nuclear tests committed on Australian soil, has died aged 75 in Alice Springs. When he was a child playing in the red sand of his Outback... Read more
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News.com.au
Hero Yami’s nuke fight will go onLester in May 1993. YANKUNYTJATJARA elder Yami Lester OAM, an Outback hero who
News.com.au / Posted 30 days ago
Lester in May 1993. YANKUNYTJATJARA elder Yami Lester OAM, an Outback hero who opened the nation’s eyes to the human cost of nuclear tests committed on Australian soil, has died aged 75 in Alice Springs. When he was a child playing in the red... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Report: Consumers positive about agThe Colorado Department of Agriculture says a 2016 public attitudes survey cond
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
The Colorado Department of Agriculture says a 2016 public attitudes survey conducted for the CDA by Colorado State University last year shows most Coloradans have a positive image of the state's agriculture. However, for those willing to read the... Read more

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