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Dairy farmers push for $1.50 a litre milk
$15 million fencing program for farmers and native fish
Practical advice on offer at Dealing with Dry forums
Check what’s growing over fence
Dairy farmers aim for higher Health Star Rating
Australian Federal Government and the Opposition sign off on uncontrolled genetic experiment
Thousands rally against Govt assault on West
Prosecution succeeds in Wedge-tailed eagle poisonings
Egg producer fined for failing to stamp
New WA research targets common oat disease
Trans-Tasman cooperation on food and Ag innovation
New investment to push crop yield boundaries
National backs farmers marching against Govt policies
Free nitrogen – land managers learn how to maximise legume health
First Australian to lead Basin Community Committee
Green Climate Fund approves programmes to fight climate change
Another doctor for Grains Innovation Park
Animal welfare legislation focus at upcoming public forums
United Nations calls for urgent action to curb rise in hunger and obesity in Latin America
Delivering vital Farm Household Allowance support to more farmers
Hundreds of fish saved in Macquarie River Rescue
Financial assistance to help producers affected by bushfires
Fair price not a floor price
Innovation needed to end food loss and global hunger
Lupin ‘pulse check’ drives new research in WA
Helping countries better monitor and report on forest and land-use under Paris Climate Agreement
New lentil launched at Horsham pulse field day
Applications open for Dairy Industry Advisory Panel
$4 million for high-tech herd management project
National feral pig coordinator to tackle ASF
FAO sees cereal boom, protein pinch and banana risks
Welcome drought relief for Tasmanian farmers
October rise for global food prices
Forum to guide crop protection direction
Early weaning of beef calves – a good strategy during drought and dry conditions
Empowering farmers through innovation is key for sustainable development
Harvest clean to keep mouse numbers lean
Capital idea for landing investors
More visa cancellations for serious biosecurity breaches
Understanding cause and effect of herbicide carryover on pulses
Palmetum Lagoon drained for weed removal
Occasional Counsellor session for Sunraysia
Second visa cancellation for biosecurity breach
FAO and Shanghai Cooperation Organisation strengthen partnership on food security and sustainable
Practical forums for growers dealing with dry
As climate shocks intensify, UN food agencies urge more support for Southern Africa’s hungry people
$2.5 million a smart investment for La Trobe University
Smart Farms Small Grants support big ideas