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What shapes a grain grower’s attitude to frost risk management is a complex blend of their experience; business constraints; age and personality

Cisco, the NSW Department of Primary Industries and BRALCA have been prototyping and making “farm tough” a range of hardware and software that improves the collection and transfer of on farm data. For a livestock farm this includes display of information for climate, soil water, pasture, and animal performance.

This video highlights ways that shearers can prevent injury and increase the longevity of their careers. The videos feature Pera Davies who developed the ‘Stand and Deliver - Shear-Jitsu’ technique which is a new way to perform the catch and drag.
Profitable Grazing Systems What deliverers need to know
A series of videos targeted to different audiences tackling the issue of sustainability.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will not oppose the proposed merger of The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) and E.l. Du Pont de Nemours and Company (DuPont)

The increasing threat of exotic pests, weeds and disease that comes with globalisation has put biosecurity preparedness top of mind for Queensland based group, Green Fingers Potting Mix and Rocky Point Mulching. <iframe width="853" height="480" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/AW2yGAgxaWs?rel=0&amp;showinfo=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Innovations designed to reduce Australia’s quad bike injury and death toll are an important step towards giving farmers a choice in how they protect themselves, according to the Primary Industries Health and Safety Partnership.
Around 18 months ago, fifth generation farmers the Nankervis family, based at Corryong in Victoria’s North East, decided to change their beef cattle and peppermint-oil growing and processing program to dairying. It’s been a rocky road this past year but things are looking up. Here is their unique story.
It’s been a great year for rice growers and the big processor. SunRice suppliers background the 2017 harvest, the challenges and the outcomes
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