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Weed control

Written by: Clark Farm Equipment
Posted on: 11 Dec 2018

Weed control is a year round requirement for successful and profitable livestock, crop, pasture production. If control measures are not undertaken early, weeds have the potential to become a major problem on your property.

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Help Our Bees This Winter

Posted on: 20 Jul 2018

While it's cold across the country, give a thought to our vitally important bees as they are doing it tough.

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Quads unsuitable for farming

Written by: Julie Power, Published by: The Land Newspaper, March 2018
Posted on: 5 Mar 2018

Quads are advertised as an "all terrain vehicle", but even a "tuft of grass" is enough to destabilise one, according to research published in Safety Science.

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Final throes for blackberries

Written by: Bride Edwards, Story Published by Land April 2017
Posted on: 8 Jun 2017

FARMERS across the state are taking to desperate measures to rid their properties of Australia's most common plant pest before the first of the autumn frosts halt further chemical spraying.

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Wine's big comeback year

Written by: Tim Altschwager, Published by: The Land Newspaper, April 2017
Posted on: 19 Apr 2017

DEMAND for Australian wine continued to grow in 2016. Wine Australia's latest report shows the weaker Australian dollar and the free trade agreement with China contributed to a strong recovery in sales to export markets.

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Opportunity Knocks for Aussie Exports

Written by: Miriam Webster Published by: Queensland Country Life, November 2016
Posted on: 14 Dec 2016

Premium loin cuts from Oakey Beef Exports and mangoes from north Queensland were being unloaded in Hong Kong on Wednesday morning as part of another history-making flight from Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport.

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Grasshopper Spreads Wings

Written by: Published by: Landscape Contractor
Posted on: 14 Nov 2016

Grasshopper Mowers, through Clark Equipment, are strengthening their Australian dealer network, opening dealer opportunities for the Grasshopper complete professional range of FrontMounts and MidMounts zero turn mowers.

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Ripper Year, But Roads Are A Big Problem

Written by: Daniel Pedersen, Story Published by The Land October 2016
Posted on: 20 Oct 2016

DAMIEN Dyson is waiting to see just how much of his crop is inundated by floodwaters in the coming week. Potentially he's looking at losing 280 hectares of wheat, 80ha of barley and 80ha of oats from the 3500ha property.

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Herds Hit The Long Paddock

Written by: Julia Wythes, Story Published by The Land October 2016
Posted on: 20 Oct 2016

The 400-head herd slowly eats its way along the Mid Western Highway near Gunbar, about 80 kilometres from Hay in the Riverina, contented to finally escape the flood waters.

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Promising harvest boosts AgQuip sales

Written by: The Land
Posted on: 17 Aug 2016

RECORD cattle prices and a promising winter crop harvest have combined for a huge Commonwealth Bank AgQuip Field Days, with exhibitors reporting improved buyer confidence and strong sales at the Gunnedah event.

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AgQuip's innovation focus

Written by: The Land
Posted on: 1 Aug 2016

INNOVATIONS from the rural sector will be a feature of this year's Commonwealth Bank AgQuip, with companies lining up to launch their latest products at the event. The one-stop shop, which is expected to attract more than 100,000 visitors over three days

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The knock-on effect of lower milk prices

Written by: by Trade Farms Machinery's
Posted on: 18 May 2016

THE downgrade in dairy prospects and the subsequent income reduction for Australia's dairy farmers have a knock-on effect throughout the communities and business that service these markets.

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Bush fears being left behind

Written by: Sally Cripps, Story Published by Queensland Country Life May 2016
Posted on: 17 May 2016

The survey, distributed through the BIRRR Facebook group, investigated current consumer conditions for people in rural/regional areas of Australia using the internet, and found that they were severely disadvantaged in terms of access, speeds, cost.

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Council land grab scare

Written by: Alex Druce, Story Published by The Land March 2016
Posted on: 10 Mar 2016

This week the NSW government finalised environmental zoning (E-Zone) reforms that were sparked in 2012 when farmers accused North Coast councils of over-zealous conservation agendas in their draft Local Environment Plans (LEPs).

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Quad ROPS call fires up

Written by: Tom Mckenny, Story Published by The Land February 2016
Posted on: 9 Mar 2016

WORKSAFE Victoria's call for roll-over protection struts (ROPS) on quad bikes has seen the manufacturer's peak body question the move.

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Summer rain spurrs winter confidence

Written by: Jessie Davies story published by The Land February 2016
Posted on: 4 Feb 2016

The heavens opened on all major farming districts in the state, pleasing graziers, summer croppers and soon-to-be winter croppers.

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Maca growers line up for another big crop

Written by: Shan Goodwin, Story Published by The Land
Posted on: 3 Feb 2016

MACADAMIA growers in the State's North East will be flat out with on-farm duties like fertilising and biological pest control in the lead-up to Christmas, in the hope of pulling off another whopper crop this season.

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Xtractor Australia Tour

Written by: Clark Farm Equipment
Posted on: 29 Jan 2016

The Xtractor tour was an extraordinary adventure covering 8,500 KM across Australia, from Melbourne to Ayers rock. Throughout the trip the tour trekked to Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and the Northern Territory.

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Plan for year-round pasture feed supply

Written by: Bob Freebairn, Story Published by The Land Jan 2016
Posted on: 5 Jan 2016

With unpredictable rain it is important to have a range of pastures and fodder crops that grow feed whenever that rain falls.

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Sky is the limit at Wellcamp

Written by: Story by Helen Walker published by Queensland Country life November 2015
Posted on: 26 Nov 2015

With annual agricultural production of more than $660 million, Wellcamp Airport is set to become a major international freight hub which could include live cattle export in the future.

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