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The Board of the Australian Farm Institute has announced that founding Executive Director Mick Keogh has resigned from the position, effective May 29, 2018. 

Sheep Producers Australia has welcomed moves by Australian livestock exporters to bring cultural change to their industry and improve animal welfare outcomes, in line with the expectations of farmers and the community.

The latest blackleg ratings for canola cultivars have been made available to the nation’s grain growers.

Australia Farm Institute chief Mick Keogh debunks common myths around the live export trade.
Hear from Victorian Regional Extension Officer and soil expert Graeme Ward about how to revive damaged pastures after bush fires.
Victorian grower Michael Pole, Walpeup, explains his brome grass management strategy and the benefits he sees in the new Brome RIM tool. To download Brome RIM, head to https://ahri.uwa.edu.au/research-Brome RIM
The backbone of a productive prime lamb business is high pasture productivity. Feeding pastures is also an expensive business, and we want to make sure we are getting it right. In this webinar experienced pasture expert Tim Prance shows us what good pasture productivity can be using practical and research based evidence. Tim talks to the economics of fertiliser use, and how we can make good returns on investment into fertiliser. The crux of this webinar is Tim using his 40+ years of experience to provide the audience a pragmatic approach to developing fertiliser program to assist them meet prime lamb productivity targets. This webinar is recommended for producers interested in ramping up their prime lamb business.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQ4BKmxVnyE&list=PLSlNIel13u0AXR_Ytf03a_0JnAUwe5LDE
A barley field in the U.K. is the world's first fully autonomously-farmed crop. It was planted and harvested using drones and autonomous vehicles. Even the tractors were driverless. The field was a project of "Hands Free Hectare." While the technology is still too cost-prohibitive for the average consumer, its creators believe automation will improve agriculture as it becomes more widely available. And as for the first barley harvest? "Hands Free Hectare" is celebrating by brewing beer. Looks like robot farmers could feed the future after all.
This series of new best practice videos have been released to answer commonly asked questions about goat production. We’ve interviewed commercial producers from a across the country to get answers for you.
Harvesting lucerne pallets in the paddock. New product release from Kroner. The Premos 5000.
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