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Cattle industry calls for open borders amid exemption delays

premium_icon Cattle industry calls for open borders amid exemption delays

Territory’s cattle industry crippled by lengthy travel exemption delays

New live cattle export company starts up in Darwin

premium_icon New live cattle export company starts up in Darwin

Australia has another entrant in the live cattle export market

Dairy farmers tire of years of lip service, demand action

premium_icon Dairy farmers tire of years of lip service, demand action

“Farmers are tired of hearing the spiel about milk..."

Fed govt wants better deal for dairy farms

Fed govt wants better deal for dairy farms

Littleproud is calling supermarkets to give farmers a better price

GRAPHIC: Farmer pleas after cattle shot with arrows

premium_icon GRAPHIC: Farmer pleas after cattle shot with arrows

A Queensland grazier has found two cattle sickeningly attacked with arrows WARNING:...

Researchers encourage cost-effective irrigation method

premium_icon Researchers encourage cost-effective irrigation method

They say the method should be adopted as consumers become more interested in plant...

Drought continues to be the determiner of sheep sales

premium_icon Drought continues to be the determiner of sheep sales

While COVID-19 will slow market, a more pressing concern lies ahead

Support rolls in for producers during virus

premium_icon Support rolls in for producers during virus

Southern Downs producers to have access to key government staff

SWEET PICKING: Fruitful harvest of Imperial crop

premium_icon SWEET PICKING: Fruitful harvest of Imperial crop

Abbotsleigh Citrus Farm happy with impressive imperial harvest

Backpackers in ag facing strict new coronavirus rules

premium_icon Backpackers in ag facing strict new coronavirus rules

Travellers working will have to follow strict new rules

Sporting statue robbed before official unveiling

premium_icon Sporting statue robbed before official unveiling

ALLORA community shocked as vandals damage homegrown heroes newly minted statue.

Operators say cattle sales must go on

premium_icon Operators say cattle sales must go on

Region’s operators determined to continue with sales, and urge attendees to adhere...

Rescue package comes ‘too early to tell’ for export industry

premium_icon Rescue package comes ‘too early to tell’ for export industry

A $170 million freight assist package might not be enough

Pandemic problems buy time for drought solutions

premium_icon Pandemic problems buy time for drought solutions

Producers haven’t been forgotten amid the coronavirus outbreak

COVID-19 scare closes this week’s cattle sales

premium_icon COVID-19 scare closes this week’s cattle sales

Sales on hold as details emerge around a CQLX staff member who may have been...

Queensland coronavirus clinic an Australian first

premium_icon Queensland coronavirus clinic an Australian first

Emerald opens first GP-led rural respiratory clinic

Disappointed farming families left vulnerable by stockpilers

premium_icon Disappointed farming families left vulnerable by stockpilers

EMPTY shelves and tight restrictions force farmers to take risks

How coronavirus is impacting Qld's sugar industry

premium_icon How coronavirus is impacting Qld's sugar industry

COVID-19 has impacted many businesses, but sugar cane appears to be in a good...

2500 Territory jobs on offer as fruit picking season looms

premium_icon 2500 Territory jobs on offer as fruit picking season looms

Minister encourages recently unemployed to consider agriculture work

Growers reveal when vegetable prices will drop

premium_icon Growers reveal when vegetable prices will drop

It comes as broccoli prices hit a high of $16 per kg

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