During President Clinton’s Millennium speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial he suggested that this century would see the end of debt in the same way as the past century saw the end of American slavery.
When I was jackerooing one of the most memorable pieces of advice given to me was “wherever you end up, don’t be afraid to get on the end of a grain shovel”.
Preventing an outbreak of foot and mouth disease is aim of our quarantine and on-farm biosecurity protocols.
A collective sigh of relief has replaced anxious expectation after two solid days of weaner sales in Western Victoria this week.
Are you seeking long-term inflation-linked returns that are not correlated with share and bond markets.
The Punter can say with a fair degree of uncertainty that the stock market this year will go down, up and sideways.
The Land says: Our governments missed a “golden” opportunity to sensibly invest off the back of the mining boom – let’s hope they don’t make the same mistakes with agriculture.