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IRRIGATORS are irate at the Murray-Darling Basin Authority's  (MDBA) planning process, arguing their concerns about new water take limits and the rocketing price of water licences have been ignored.

Fresh fury over Basin Plan reform  

IRRIGATORS are irate at the Murray-Darling Basin Authority's (MDBA) planning process, arguing their concerns about new water take
THE state government has finally started work on long-promised short-term accommodation at Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital for regional and rural patients and carers. 4:00 AM THE state government has finally started work on long-promised short-term accommodation at Sydney's Royal North...
CATTLE prices set a hectic pace early this week, busting though the 530 cents a kilogram (carcase weight) mark on Tuesday night. 4:00 AM CATTLE prices set a hectic pace early this week, busting though the 530 cents a kilogram (carcase weight) mark on...
WHEN Victorian pastoralist and politician Edmund Jowett took up what was to become Ardenside Station in the 1800s, the area he selected at Tooma was topographically impressive, according to manager Max Manefield. 4:00 AM WHEN Victorian pastoralist and politician Edmund Jowett took up what was to become Ardenside Station in the 1800s,...
FURORE has erupted over a letter sent by 11 farmers, warning the Liberal party against delaying global action on climate change. 01 Jul 15 30 FURORE has erupted over a letter sent by 11 farmers, warning the Liberal party against delaying global action on...
AGIC 2015
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Can someone explain to me why those perhaps most exposed to climate risk [farmers] are often
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Matt if that's your best analogy to support the AGW THEORY then you are struggling. I'm sure the
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Wow this article and proposal has the green latte sipping brigade choking on their coffees while

THERE is high confidence in the dairy industry's future amongst farmers and Dairy Australia predicts production of about 2.5 per cent.29 Jun 15 THERE is high confidence in the dairy industry's future amongst farmers and Dairy Australia predicts production of...
COMMUNITIES in country NSW will see more than $600 million flow from the upcoming state budget for water and sewerage projects.18 Jun 15 COMMUNITIES in country NSW will see more than $600 million flow from the upcoming state budget for water and...
WHILE the 2014-15 wool selling season didn't finish on the high punters had hoped for, the EMI still climbed a solid 247c/kg. WHILE the 2014-15 wool selling season didn't finish on the high punters had hoped for, the EMI still climbed a solid...

The NSW Dorset Championships were held in Cowra on June 19 and 20.20 Jun 15 The NSW Dorset Championships were held in Cowra on June 19 and 20.
WETHERS from a Canowindra Merino flock were runners-up for the second consecutive year in the Ovens Valley Wether Production Trial in Victoria.18 Jun 15 WETHERS from a Canowindra Merino flock were runners-up for the second consecutive year in the Ovens Valley Wether...
ANALYST Augusto Semmelroth has peered into the future, and seen the EYCI sitting at around 600 cents a kilogram for as far as the eye can see.01 Jul 15  1 ANALYST Augusto Semmelroth has peered into the future, and seen the EYCI sitting at around 600 cents a kilogram for...
AFTER busting through the 520c/kg mark yesterday, the EYCI has surged another 10c/kg to hit 530.25c/kg on Tuesday.30 Jun 15 AFTER busting through the 520c/kg mark yesterday, the EYCI has surged another 10c/kg to hit 530.25c/kg on Tuesday.

CATTLE prices set a hectic pace early this week, busting though the 530 cents a kilogram (carcase weight) mark on Tuesday night. CATTLE prices set a hectic pace early this week, busting though the 530 cents a kilogram (carcase weight) mark on...
CASH income of Australian grain farms has declined to $171,000 per farm - around 24pc higher than the 10-year average, ABARES says.30 Jun 15  8 CASH income of Australian grain farms has declined to $171,000 per farm - around 24pc higher than the 10-year...
GRAIN growers from across Australia are invited to the first ever GRDC Growers’ Day at this year’s Australian Grains Industry Conference.30 Jun 15  1 GRAIN growers from across Australia are invited to the first ever GRDC Growers’ Day at this year’s Australian Grains...
DRIVEN by the growth in the Australian side-by-side vehicle segment, CFMoto Australia this week announced it will release an entry level 800cc UTV. DRIVEN by the growth in the Australian side-by-side vehicle segment, CFMoto Australia this week announced it will...

LOXTON will soon become home to a National Almond Centre of Excellence - one of Australia's largest and fastest-growing horticultural sectors.27 Jun 15 LOXTON will soon become home to a National Almond Centre of Excellence - one of Australia's largest and...
HORTICULTURE Innovation Australia CEO John Lloyd has continued his call for greater unity in horticulture.26 Jun 15  1 HORTICULTURE Innovation Australia CEO John Lloyd has continued his call for greater unity in horticulture.
Macintyre Station is the second of the two 'big ticket' Inverell properties sold by family companies of retired business tsar Fred Millar.28 Jun 15 Macintyre Station is the second of the two "big ticket" Inverell properties sold by family companies of retired...
THE late Country Party MP Sir John Fuller - like many a rural politician before and after him - would relish a return to the farm.27 Jun 15 THE late Country Party MP Sir John Fuller - like many a rural politician before and after him - would relish a...
A LITTLE paradise, at the aptly-named “Bali Hai” property in Conargo, has drawn it’s fair share of visitors over the years. A LITTLE paradise, at the aptly-named “Bali Hai” property in Conargo, has drawn it’s fair share of visitors over the...

Cattle dominated the main drag in Casino on Saturday as the annual Beef Week festival lured thousands to the prestigious event.01 Jun 15 Cattle dominated the main drag in Casino on Saturday as the annual Beef Week festival lured thousands to the...
PRESSURE is building on the NSW Government to provide additional natural disaster assistance to flood-hit farmers in the Hunter Valley.01 Jun 15 PRESSURE is building on the NSW Government to provide additional natural disaster assistance to flood-hit farmers in...

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