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More Australians support our world-class minerals industry
New proposals to boost security for tenanted farmers
Australia stands behind farmers against animal rights extremists
WA booklet consolidates knowledge on snails, slugs and slaters
ACCC supports 5-star Safety Rating System for quad bikes
Farmers thankful for nation’s support on a challenging day
Advancing animal welfare in Asia
Canada working group on canola collaborating to restore market access for Canada’s canola
Activists harm their own cause
Police reward vegan snowflake anarchists’ illegal behaviour
Protecting Australian farmers’ privacy
Optus brings mobile coverage to Wharparilla
9.2 million reasons to farm smart
Trespassing charges at Millmerran
Privacy changes protect farmers & disrupt animal extremists’ business model
Labor outlines positive ideas for agriculture
Activist trespass response tips for farmers
New cereal and pulse guides, your best bet for disease control
EPA to advise farmers at this year’s Farm World Expo, Lardner Park
Connecting country and city through local food
Federal Budget lays groundwork for farm sector growth
Carbon storage potential of timber buildings highlighted by Labor’s Climate Plan
Budget lays groundwork for farm sector growth
Great Farm Challenge – Educating next generation of farmers
EU Exit guidance for food, drink and farming sector stakeholders
Workshops improve snail management knowledge
Aquatic weed sold to Victorian residents
Brigade pays it forward
New Rabbit Control Coordinator hopping into action
ALP climate policy a mixed bag for farmers
Reminder of Important AgriStability Deadline
Report Phylloxera in Yarra Valley
Extended varroa surveillance comes to end
Climate Proofing Australia welcomes Labor’s commitment to climate action on land, reinvigorating CFI
Eyes Turned Skyward: CASA’s New Drone Registration Requirements
Three clicks to reject Reef regs
Farmers welcome exclusion from direct carbon burden but remain concerned by land clearing overtones
1 April 2019 Farmers welcome exclusion from direct carbon burden but remain concerned by land clearing overtones
Primary Authority supporting English tourism
Mentoring program a step towards success, Mary says
New future foods focus propels agriculture’s $100 billion vision
Farmers welcome bipartisan support for biodiversity stewardship and certification initiatives
Farmers say “enough is enough” as Australian legal system let activists run rogue
Biodiversity pilot program aims to reward farmers
AgForce tries to make Government see sense on flawed Reef Bill
Shear opportunities ahead for Australia’s sheep industry
Farmers support recognition of their role in managing environment
White Hills home to Tasmania’s newest irrigation scheme