Sunday 7th Mar, 2021

SunRice crop expected to be 10 times larger than 2020

Despite unseasonably cool conditions in the Riverina, the SunRice Group is estimating a crop in excess of 450,000 paddy tonnes,…
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NSW Govt gives agriculture research $43.5M boost

New South Wales agriculture research will receive a $43.5 million funding boost to help defend against disease, superbugs and biosecurity…
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The CBH Group will keep its supply chain fees flat in 2019-20, following the $4 per tonne reduction provided to growers and marketers least year.

New global markets for Australian barley

CBH Group has exported its first malt barley shipment to Mexico while preparing for an increase in exports to Saudi…
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Optimising agribusinesses’ storage capacity with Australian made site-constructed silos

Ahrens are delivering Australian-made, large site-constructed silos to significantly increase agribusinesses’ storage capacity. Bucking a national decline in Australian manufacturing,…
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A team of agricultural robot designers and builders will be recruited as part of the Queensland Government’s Rural Economic Development (RED) Grant.

Funding extended for Tasmanian farm safety

Funding for the Safe Farming Tasmania program has been extended for a further 12 months to 30 June 2022 to…
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Metso has acquired the Chilean mining engineering, construction and technology company HighService Service to further strengthen its service portfolio.

WA invests into green ammonia project

The Western Australian Government will provide a $2 million grant from its Renewable Hydrogen Fund for Yara Pilbara Fertiliser’s YURI…
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Viterra upgrades its Port Yorke port terminals

Viterra has invested $7 million into upgrading its Port Giles and Wallaroo port terminals, following a strong export shipping year….
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Joining the effort for better food safety

Corin Holmes, Operations Manager for Jenike & Johanson, explains what needs to be done to improve food safety across Australia….
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