AGRIBUSINESS

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Big data takes the guesswork out of farming

Big data could help level the playing field for small- to medium-sized farmers. The Australian Farm Institute’s Mick Keogh and Precision Agriculture’s Andrew Whitlock discuss the opportunities and how to make the most of them.

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The family exporting Australian Brahman cows to Thailand

After suffering through two droughts in 10 years, the fortunes of Central Queensland cattle stud Olive Brahmans turned around when they met a Thai investor interested in their Brahman cows.

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Sweet taste of export success

Cultivating fruit that’s sweet in taste, colour and consistency has positioned 2PH as a citrus market leader that can set its export price.

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BEHIND EVERY BUSINESS IS A great story

Kangaroo broth, macadamia milk, river mint – a new initiative plans to put a premium spin on native Australian foods and take them to the world.

Rachel Brindley is the former Melbourne-based chef turned jillaroo behind Outback Careers, where tree changers can search jobs and access information about life on the land.

The Purbrick family has been managing the Tahbilk winery in Victoria for five generations. It’s now managed by Alister Purbrick and his daughter Hayley, who believe they have a responsibility to leave both a sustainable environmental legacy and a successful business for future generations.

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

A free trade zone to expedite Australian food exports into China may soon become a reality. NAB’s Chief Customer Officer believes it’s a game changer for Australian agriculture.

Clare and Keith Mugford have one defining philosophy that’s been pivotal to Moss Wood’s export success over the last 30 years: dedication to absolute quality, from soil to bottle.

Benchmarking can help farmers identify opportunities for growth. Holmes Sackett’s John Francis and NAB’s Matt O’Dea discuss the benefits and considerations.

2016 was a very tough year for many Australian dairy producers, with farmers beginning the year amid extremely dry conditions in key dairy regions and steep cuts to farmgate prices

Big data could help level the playing field for small- to medium-sized farmers. The Australian Farm Institute’s Mick Keogh and Precision Agriculture’s Andrew Whitlock discuss the opportunities and how to make the most of them.

After suffering through two droughts in 10 years, the fortunes of Central Queensland cattle stud Olive Brahmans turned around when they met a Thai investor interested in their Brahman cows.

Agronomist Peter Birch details five agricultural technologies on the radar for Australia farmers.

The Australian cattle industry has enjoyed a stellar two year run of rising prices, and more recently, very good rains across many cattle producing regions.

Cultivating fruit that’s sweet in taste, colour and consistency has positioned 2PH as a citrus market leader that can set its export price.

Kangaroo broth, macadamia milk, river mint – a new initiative plans to put a premium spin on native Australian foods and take them to the world.

Our outlook for agricultural production is highly reliant on the climate outlook

There’s a new phenomenon taking the world by storm and that’s the Internet of Things (IoT). Tasmanian start-up The Yield is committed to harnessing the power of tiny sensors and real-time data as they embark on their mission to revolutionise agriculture, starting with oyster farming.

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