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European legislation threatens to slash the trading bloc’s grain output, so boosting prices globally, growers at the UK’s Cereals event were told last month.
The 2015 Grain Harvest has been a game of two halves, according to survey results released by the Arable Industry Marketing Initiative (AIMI).
AUSTRALIA’S GROWERS are grabbing four-six weeks autumn or winter grazing off oilseed rape crops with no impact on grain yield, CSIRO agronomist John Kirkengaard told growers at Crops 2014.
THE CHIEF executive of the Foundation for Arable Research, FAR, says to date the drop in the price of milksolids isn’t affecting arable farmers.
DURING THE last few years there has been a rise in the number of in-shed feeders being used on New Zealand dairy farms. This method of feeding cows has a number of advantages in convenience, low wastage and the ability to control per-cow intake of concentrates.
YIELDS ARE good and headers ahead of schedule as cropping farmers reel in this year’s grass, cereal and small seed crops.
START COOLING grain from the day it comes off the paddock to minimise risk of infestation or other problems down the track.
Graydon Chong has been appointed Rabobank Australia & New Zealand's senior grains and oilseeds analyst.
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