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Winter Rain And Favourable Commodity Prices Buoy Australian Farmer Confidence starstarstarstarstar   30th August 2010 - Views: 282 Australian farmers are increasingly optimistic about the outlook for agriculture with winter rainfall and firm commodity prices fuelling sentiment, according to the latest quarterly Rabobank Rural Confidence Survey.

Conservation Program Helps Central West Landholders Protect Their Bushland starstarstarstarstar   22nd July 2010 - Views: 308 Conservation Program Helps Central West Landholders Protect Their Bushland Properties will be selected through an assessment process that will focus on the type of native vegetation present, the size of the area, the location of the vegetation in relation to other patches of bushland, and the presence of important plants and animals such as Glossy Black Cockatoos, Swift Parrots and Diamond Firetails.

New Technology Set To Revitalise Sugar Cane Industry starstarstarstarstar   6th July 2010 - Views: 574 Biomass Technologies’ BT10 Processor is a world-first innovation that has the potential to revitalise local production and revolutionise Australia’s sugar cane growing industry.

City Families Go Beyond The Supermarket To Visit Farms This Weekend starstarstarstarstar   28th May 2010 - Views: 316 More than 650 city and farming families will take part in FarmDay, during which city families will travel to a farm for the day or the weekend to see the source of their food and fibre.

Renowned Rural Experts Coming To Hamilton starstarstarstarstar   24th May 2010 - Views: 302 Renowned Rural Experts Coming To Hamilton The free rural think tank, The Big Issues , is open to all community members and will be held at RMIT University Hamilton on Friday, 28 May.

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