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Macintyre Station achieves 100pc beef vision

October 17, 2017

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Ian Bailey in his forage sorghum at Macintyre Station, near Inverell.

Two years after purchasing one of the largest holdings in the New England district, 8000-hectare Macintyre Station, Carossa Farming have realised their vision of converting the mixed grazing/cropping property to 100 per cent beef production.

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Quality the best pitch for haymaker

 September 28, 2017

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Warren Folker unloads square bales at his farm.

Making hay for over 35 years has given Wyreema farmer Warren Folker a better understanding of what the market wants and how to cater to it.

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Crop program adjustment lifts grain, lamb output

October 16, 2017

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Rochester mixed farmer Bruce Macague in his Clearfield graze and grain winter canola hybrid.

Rochester mixed-farmer Bruce Macague has seen a lift in his grain and lamb output after adjusting the cropping program at the family property.

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New CT canola to help growers

October 4, 2017

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Pacific Seeds canola manager Justin Kudnig says Hyola CT will be another IWM tool for growers.

Pacific Seeds has announced it is currently evaluating a new dual-herbicide tolerant non-GM canola hybrid combining Clearfield and triazine-tolerant herbicide technologies for the Australian market.

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Pacific Seeds invests $700k in seed plant

September 25, 2017

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Advanta Seeds (producer and supplier of Pacific Seeds products) managing director Nick Gardner.

Encouraged by the continued growth of the Australian agricultural industry, Pacific Seeds has invested $700,000 in a new seed treatment plant.

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Tough sorghum means business as usual for Dalby Bio-Refinery growers

August 28, 2017

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Shane and Sharon McKenna delivered last summer’s sorghum harvest to the Dalby Bio-Refinery without a hitch despite the tough conditions.

Planting sorghum that could handle tough conditions allowed Western Darling Downs growers Shane and Sharon McKenna to deliver last summer’s harvest to the Dalby Bio-Refinery without a hitch.

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