Sunday 20th Oct, 2019
Australia’s winter crop production prospects gave deteriorated thanks to unfavourable growing conditions in New South Wales and Queensland, according to the Department of Agriculture’s crop report.

Drought hits winter crop prospects in NSW and QLD

Australia’s winter crop production prospects have deteriorated thanks to unfavourable growing conditions in New South Wales and Queensland, according to…
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Queensland’s sugar mills have produced more than two million tonnes of raw sugar this season, according to the Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC).

India approves further sugar export subsidies

The Indian Government has shocked Australia’s sugar industry after approving a $1.3 billion export subsidy of $216 per tonne to…
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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.

Heavy vehicle regulator seeks feedback on grain loading schemes

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) has called for feedback on the different heavy vehicle loading schemes used during Australia’s…
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Four grain storage expansion projects have been completed as part of the CBH Group’s upgrade to its network, adding additional capacity for 446,000 tonnes.

CBH Group completes first permanent storage upgrade for harvest

Construction has wrapped up on the first of CBH Group’s storage expansion projects for this year’s harvest, as part of…
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By encouraging collaboration between two of its major brands, Ag Growth International and Hi Roller are helping grain handlers reach new safety highs.

Safety comes first with Hi Roller conveyors

By encouraging collaboration between two of its major brands, Ag Growth International is helping Australian grain handlers reach new safety…
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A new project will determine if Northern Australia could enter the billion-dollar global spice trade.

Project to test if spice will flow from Northern Australia

A new project will determine if Northern Australia could enter the billion-dollar global spice trade. The Cooperative Research Centre for…
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QLD Govt approves $47M agricultural project

Queensland’s $47 million 15 Mile Irrigated Agricultural Development project has been approved and will enable the production of high-value agricultural…
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The Federal Government has intensified its actions against illegal Indian sugar subsidies, backed by the Australian sugar industry.

Australia amplifies actions against illegal Indian sugar subsidies

The Federal Government has intensified its actions against illegal Indian sugar subsidies, backed by the Australian sugar industry. A joint…
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