Tuesday 19th Nov, 2019
Ag Growth International (AGI) has developed next generation fertiliser plants to provide the infrastructure needed for a booming population.

Fertile ground for fertiliser infrastructure

Ag Growth International (AGI) has developed next generation fertiliser plants to provide the infrastructure needed for a booming population.

Queensland’s leading scientists have developed new varieties of sorghum to boost the state’s local industry and exports.

Queensland science supports sorghum sector

Queensland’s leading scientists have developed new varieties of sorghum to boost the state’s local industry and exports. More than 120…
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Domestic grain demand to overtake supply

Demand has outstripped supply for Australian grain to feed livestock, along with growing human consumption, according to a new industry…
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Geelong freight rail upgrade nears completion before harvest

Final upgrade works are underway to key Victorian freight rail infrastructure to ensure the year’s grain harvest can make its…
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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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Agricultural company Viterra is introducing dynamic binning for barley across its network in preparation for the 2019/20 harvest.

Viterra launches dynamic binning upgrade across supply chain

Agricultural company Viterra is introducing dynamic binning for barley across its network in preparation for the 2019/20 harvest. The company…
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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.

GrainCorp enters 10-year drought insurance plan

GrainCorp has entered into a 10-year insurance deal to manage the risks associated with the eastern Australian winter grain production…
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