Agribusiness

China's New Hope Group opens door to Australian dairy

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The chairman of the Chinese agribusiness giant hopes a new Australian dairy tie-up will improve both food quality and safety in China.

ACCC levels Qube, GrainCorp field

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Competition watchdog relaxes regulations at Newcastle, Port Kembla wheat port.

A family business gives farmers the seeds of growth

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One family business is fast becoming a pioneer in the increasingly lucrative seed-growing industry.

Smorgon joins stampede for Kidman assets

Victor Smorgon Group emerges as a sutior for $300m S. Kidman & Co pastoral empire.

Vic farmers want fracking ban extended

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The influential Victorian Farmers Federation is urging a five-year extension to the moratorium on fracking.

Costa Group float priced at $2.25

The IPO of fruit and vegetable supplier Costa Group priced at lower end of expectations.

Costa Group price on the up

IPO of fruit and vegetable supplier attracts steady demand from previously sceptical local fund managers.

El Nino continues to develop, BOM says

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El Nino continues to develop and will likely strengthen into early 2016, the weather bureau says.

Aust food labels cautiously welcomed

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Consumer groups and farmers cautiously welcome new food label guidelines.

Treasury Wine sells winery, assets

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Treasury Wine offloads Asti Winery, Souverain brand and inventory, vineyard assets.

SunRice tests support for listing

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SunRice has begun a poll of its farmer shareholder base as it gauges support for ASX listing.

Australia signs China live cattle deal

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Australia and China sign landmark live cattle export deal that could reap $2 billion a year.

a2 Milk rejects takeover proposal

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Dairy company says Freedom/Dean Food offer not compelling, evaluating other enquiries.

The diverging fortunes of Fonterra and Murray Goulburn

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As the world's largest dairy exporter looks to offset the impact of plunging dairy prices by slashing jobs, Gary Helou's strategy for Murray Goulburn appears to be paying off.

AACo upbeat on Indon cattle cuts

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Group says push towards exporting packaged meat will cushion impact of restrictions.

Fonterra cuts 500 jobs to save $NZ60m

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NZ dairy giant slashes more than 500 jobs as it fights a global dairy market price crash.

A business that's milking stunning results

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In a fiercely competitive market, a small Adelaide cheese maker is holding its own.

Indon beef cut temporary: Abbott

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PM promises farmers will soon see 'situation normal', Labor seeks confirmation citrus imports also cut.

Cattle import quota not final: Indonesia

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Indonesia's trade minister says cattle import quota for next three months is still under evaluation.

Joyce surprised by Indon cattle move

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Agriculture Minister seeks to meet with Indonesian leaders, will look for alternative export markets.

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