Saturday 29th Feb, 2020
Technological development and a tight-knit team has helped HE Silos reach its 50th year of doing business. ABHR speaks to third-generation family member Stevie Leigh Morrison about how it plans to grow.

HE Silos working smarter and harder

Technological development and a tight-knit team has helped HE Silos reach its 50th year of doing business. ABHR speaks to…
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Local engineering is helping Optimum Grain Silos and Augers build structures able to withstand a one-in-200-year storm event.

Optimum Grain Silos: blowing away the competition

Local engineering is helping Optimum Grain Silos and Augers build structures able to withstand a one-in-200-year storm event. Dorothea Mackellar’s…
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Kilic Engineering has used LINAK’s linear actuators to create a more efficient grain stockpiling technology.

Moving grain stockpiling forward

Kilic Engineering has used LINAK’s linear actuators to create a more efficient grain stockpiling technology. When agricultural services company Cargill…
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AGI acquires agricultural software provider

Agricultural infrastructure company Ag Growth International (AGI) has acquired an agricultural software provider called Affinity Management. Affinity was launched in…
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CBH Group moves record-breaking amount of grain

Western Australian grain cooperative, CBH Group has announced that its infrastructure has moved the largest amount of grain in the…
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CSIRO has launched a new app to help sugarcane farmers in far north Queensland manage fertiliser use to reduce runoff onto the Great Barrier Reef.

New app helps sugarcane farmers reduce Great Barrier Reef pollution

CSIRO has launched a new app to help sugarcane farmers in far north Queensland manage fertiliser use to reduce runoff…
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Building Ingham’s state-of-the-art feed mill

Ahrens delivered poultry producer Ingham’s feed mill by combining its design and construction experience with its Australian-made structural steel and…
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Applications are open for grants worth $4 million to fund projects that enhance traceability in the food supply chain to improve trust in Australian-grown products.

Grant applications open to improve food supply chain traceability

Applications are open for grants worth $4 million to fund projects that enhance traceability in the food supply chain to…
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