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KEY rural indicators point to a rebound across major markets that is expected to boost ­confidence and investment, says Neil Clark Business Intelligence. KEY rural indicators point to a rebound across major markets that is expected to boost ­confidence and investment, says Neil Clark Business Intelligence.
FORGET snakes on plane – try sheep. A 747 jet will leave Australia today, carrying the first of three plane loads of sheep to Mongolia. FORGET snakes on plane – try sheep. A 747 jet will leave Australia today, carrying the first of three plane loads of sheep to Mongolia.
KENNARDS Hire is kicking off their annual charity initiative, ‘Kennards For Kids’, on September 1 to aid sick, injured or disadvantaged children around Australia and New Zealand. KENNARDS Hire is kicking off their annual charity initiative, ‘Kennards For Kids’, on September 1 to aid sick, injured or disadvantaged children around Australia and New Zealand.
RUSSIA is hoping to permanently quit itself of reliance on Western meat imports by importing meat from China and India. RUSSIA is hoping to permanently quit itself of reliance on Western meat imports by importing meat from China and India.
COTTON is set to fall to its lowest price in five years as demand slows in China and India heads for a record crop, says India's biggest denim maker. COTTON is set to fall to its lowest price in five years as demand slows in China and India heads for a record crop, says India's biggest denim maker.
AN encouraging recovery on Thursday helped the AWEX EMI to a 1 cent rise for the week, to finish at 1002c/kg. AN encouraging recovery on Thursday helped the AWEX EMI to a 1 cent rise for the week, to finish at 1002c/kg.
AGRICULTURAL youth groups united in Canberra recently for the Youth Agricultural Central (YAC) forum hosted by the Future Farmers Network (FFN).
The future of the stud
I'VE been riding along behind our 2013 drop of stud ewe weaners, thinking about future directions of the stud and of our industry.
IT WAS hot, it was windy, it was dusty: but who noticed?
FFN has partnered with the 2014 Primex Field Days to create a national first premier feature - the ‘Future of Farming’ - which will be held at Primex’s 30th anniversary exhibition in June.
THE Future Farmers Network has partnered with the 2014 Primex Field Days to create a national first Premier Feature - the ‘Future of Farming’.
A vision for beating hunger
SIX young Australians have returned from the Global Youth Ag Summit in Calgary, Canada where they discussed potential agricultural solutions for feeding a hungry planet.
$1000 study grants open
APPLICATIONS are now open for the first $1000 grant in Future Farmers Network’s Partner Study Grants to assist young people studying an agriculture-related degree or course.
Aus ag's bright future
A TEAM from the Future Farmers Network (FFN) will don their Akubras, dust off their boots, and enter the Brisbane EKKA main arena as the underdogs in the annual EKKA Young Farmer Challenge on Friday 9 August.
Dapper Dan works his charm
FUTURE Farmers Network (FFN) director, Dan Korff, is currently representing the hard working bachelors of the Australian bush at the NZ Fieldays 2013 Rural Bachelor of the year competition.
Farmer wants a win
FORGET the Bledisloe Cup: Australian rural bachelors are being challenged by their Kiwi cousins.
ONE member of the FFN will be fortunate enough to take up a scholarship on the Australian Rural Leadership Program (ARLP) – valued at over $55,000.
Young ag leaders head to Canada
CORBIN Schuster and Rachael Rodney were announced winners of the Global Youth Ag Summit essay competition at the Future Farmers Network’s (FFN) Youth Agricultural Central event in Canberra in February.
MORE than 26 rural regional and state-based youth groups will descend on Canberra to participate in the only national gathering of youth networks in Australia.
FFN members are eligible to apply for an up to $500 bursary to attend any training or conference event including the cost of travel.
THERE are only seven days left to apply for the Global Youth Ag Summit – Canada 2013.
THE Future Farmers Network (FFN) is preparing to host two Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) Wool Clip events in Horsham, Victoria and Naracoorte, South Australia in the coming months.
Landmark supports young farmers in historic partnership
Leading agribusiness company Landmark is embarking on its single biggest corporate partnership through a major investment in the national, not-for-profit organisation, Future Farmers Network (FFN).
FACING future challenges and being able to embrace future opportunities is one of the key success factors for any young farmer.
Turning point for NSW
With a State Election fast approaching for NSW, we often begin to raise our eyebrows and open our ears as to what promises our fearless leaders can provide for the development of our state resources.
Focus on communication in 2011
AS WE enter 2011, technical innovation, national collaboration and enhanced value offerings will be the Future Farmers Network’s (FFN) key focus areas.

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I would like to see weather prediction policy BAN the word 'event' when forecasting. Once rain
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Competition- CBH is currently wearing competition provision costs of above $2 mill . As a WA
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Can we believe a word they say ?
22 Aug 14 FUNDING for new irrigation infrastructure to improve on-farm water use is still up for grabs, but the deadline for submissions is fast approaching.
A CHANCE meeting on a trip to Goulburn's sister city in Japan has lead to a big business deal for the Southern Tablelands town.18 Aug 14 A CHANCE meeting on a trip to Goulburn's sister city in Japan has lead to a big business deal for the Southern...