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Trailblazing farmers

Technology in agriculture – ‘agtech’ – brings endless innovations to Australian farms. And despite cost challenges, it can improve the bottom line.

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In Focus: Dairy January 2019

Global Dairy Trade auction results have seen some upside since December after a fairly weak run over much of 2018.

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In Focus: Winter Crops – November 2018

Harvest is now underway for 2018-19 winter crop, a season which will likely go down as one of the most mixed in years.

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Whatever next? The trends that could influence business in 2019

Wherever you look, the future is about technology – the way we invest, care for our health and even how we grow our food. We take a look at where technology might take us in 2019.

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INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

New NAB data reveals key factors for the wellbeing of small business owners.

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index was up 0.5% in December but down 1.1% in January.

Agribusiness Customer Executive Neil Findlay shares some useful examples of how dairy farmers are planning ahead.

Global Dairy Trade auction results have seen some upside since December after a fairly weak run over much of 2018.

The NAB Rural Commodities Index fell 2.0% on a month on month basis in November, mirroring a 2.0% gain in October.

Harvest is now underway for 2018-19 winter crop, a season which will likely go down as one of the most mixed in years.

Technology in agriculture – ‘agtech’ – brings endless innovations to Australian farms. And despite cost challenges, it can improve the bottom line.

Wherever you look, the future is about technology – the way we invest, care for our health and even how we grow our food. We take a look at where technology might take us in 2019.

The NAB Rural Commodities Index rose 1.8% in October, following a 6.5% jump in September.

As harvest gets started, hear from growers and traders across the country on the first NAB Growers’ Podcast.

The NAB Rural Commodities Index rose 6.5% in September, recording the biggest monthly gain since December 2010.

Agricultural prices and production continues to be very region and commodity specific.

When BJ Plummer was handed the reins of acclaimed Tasmanian smoked seafood producer Woodbridge Smokehouse, he was instructed not to ‘mess around’ with the brand. We spoke to Plummer about his strategy, which has seen export revenue grow a whopping 1,300 per cent in just three years.

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