Rural Farming Articles & Press Releases - Thursday, Dec 14th 2017

Farming and rural residential issues, drought, aid and land care.

Growers' Support Key To Kangaroo Island Pure Grain's Award Win 21st October 2010 Growers' Support Key To Kangaroo Island Pure Grain's Award Win After only a year in business, Kangaroo Island Pure Grain was today recognised as the Business SA Emerging Exporter for 2010, with markets established for their non-genetically modified high oil canola and other grains in China, Japan, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Hong Kong, Thailand and Korea.

Dairy Industry Rejects Guide To Basin Plan 15th October 2010 The dairy industry has slammed the credibility of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) Guide and wants it to be withdrawn and replaced with factual and better-balanced proposals.

The Eu Ranks As The World's Biggest Net Importer Of Agricultural Produce While Neglecting Critical I 13th October 2010 The food situation in poor countries continues to deteriorate. On World Food Day, October 16th, the number of starving people worldwide will have reached a staggering 925 million.

Federal Government Urged 'not To Forget People' In Basin Plan 13th October 2010 The national organisation representing Australia's winegrape growers is urging the Federal Government to "pay close attention" to the needs of people when assessing proposed water cutbacks outlined in the recently-released Guide to the Murray Darling Basin Plan.

Ten Australian Vegetable Growers Leaving For Usa Mission 13th October 2010 Ten Australian Vegetable Growers Leaving For Usa Mission Ten Australian vegetable growers are about to participate in an agricultural research mission to visit farms in the United States of America and attend the Produce Marketing Association Fresh Summit in Florida this week.

Murray Darling Cutbacks Will Destroy Jobs In The Vegetable Industry 12th October 2010 Murray Darling Cutbacks Will Destroy Jobs In The Vegetable Industry The Murray Darling Basin Authority’s proposed cutbacks to water allocations for irrigators of between 22% and 29% will cost jobs, slash production, and put Australian vegetable growers under even more pressure from the current flood of imported produce.

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