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- 'Leaving the grid in droves' as power prices rise, says Farmers Federation October 16, 2017The National Farmers Federation says primary producers are flocking to diesel generation and renewable energy to get away from crippling prices in the National Electricity Market.
- Steroids for crops? Not quite, but peptides could revolutionise how food is grown October 16, 2017Scientists say the discovery of a group of hormones in plants could revolutionise food production by improving yields.
- The quandong — weird name but a very useful fruit October 16, 2017Stewed, dried or raw the quandong is one of Australia's most versatile bush foods — so versatile in fact that it can also be used to aid with foot massages or cure toothache.
- Farm hopes to extend NT mango season October 16, 2017Central Australia's only mango farm plants several hundred trees of the Keitt variety, hoping to extend the harvest to April each year.
- Horse trainer Jim Willoughby in Kimberley for Mystery Road TV series October 16, 2017And for the last 40 years Mr Willoughby has been fortunate enough to combine his two great loves, by travelling with his horses from his farm in South Australia, to film productions across the country.
- Drone adds modern twist for 150-year Eden fishing family October 16, 2017Fourth-generation Eden fisherman Roger Fourter carries on the family tradition of beach seine fishing using a rowboat and one modern twist — the drone he flies to spot fish.
- Australia's proud veterans of chemical-free farming October 15, 2017Farmers Bruno and Trish Gabbana are walking advertisements for the benefits of hard work and a healthy life.
- Embattled sandalwood producer controls largest pool of Top End water October 15, 2017Embattled Indian sandalwood producer Quintis controls the largest volume of licenced water in the NT, significantly more than any other agricultural, industrial or government entity, ABC Rural can reveal.
- Food and grocery jobs will head offshore amid rising energy prices, peak body fears October 15, 2017Amid fears that rising energy prices will send jobs offshore, the food and grocery sector wants a code of conduct to give customers fairer, flexible energy contracts.
- No order too small at boutique NSW abattoir October 14, 2017For low volume livestock producers trying to make a living, one of the biggest barriers to success is finding an abattoir willing to handle small numbers. For one farmer in NSW, there was only one solution: build your own.
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