Agribusiness

Govt spends $660m on Direct Action

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First round of govt's $2.55bn fund to slash carbon emissions finances 144 projects.

Perich in box seat for China milk deal

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Pair of dairy families forge alliance to ramp up milk production for the Chinese and local markets.

Murray Goulburn buys Caboolture cheese

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Dairy co-operative acquires cheese brand, processing equipment from United Dairy Power.

DPP loses action on ex-Gunns boss

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Judge rejects bid from DPP to seize $3.1m from former Gunns boss John Gay for insider trading.

Tassal’s netting of De Costi ‘imminent’

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Tasmanian salmon grower Tassal could buy Sydney seafood business De Costi within days.

Foreign investment change worries NFF

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New review threshold could become choke on needed investment, farm group president warns.

Farming sector offers good returns: Joyce

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MP accuses superannuation, investment funds of failing to understand the agricultural sector.

Food can replace mining boom: Coles

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Coles boss John Durkan says agriculture exports could offset declining resources revenue.

MG outlines post-float profit-sharing plan

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Dairy company Murray Goulburn details plans as it prepares for $500m capital raising and listing.

Murray Goulburn chases $500m raising

Australian dairy processor presses trigger on $500m raising that will see it partially listed on ASX.

Pratt bullish on food exports

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Anthony Pratt says collapse in commodity prices will fuel transition to dining boom.

New jobs deal to tackle big dry

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Govt to provide a special economic stimulus package in drought-ravaged com­munities.

Food bowl dream a fantasy: John Foss

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Agricultural entrepreneur says many nations are competing for food bowl title.

S. Kidman cattle business on the block

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S. Kidman & Co, one of Australia’s largest landholders, officially put up for sale by its family owners.

Value Investor: Profits set to bloom

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Shrinking arable land and a growing global population mean the prospects for the world's second-largest manufacturer of nitrogen fertiliser look strong.

The biggest cheese in family business

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In a short space of time, the Saputos have become entrenched in the Australian dairy sector -- and they want an even bigger share.

The Henschkes' plan to climb the hill of Grange

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After 150 years of winemaking, the Henschke family thinks it's about time its Hill of Grace Shiraz is recognised as the nation's finest tipple.

Will Europe's dairy dream become a nightmare?

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The EU's removal of quotas on milk production will bring many opportunities for the region's dairy farmers, but also challenges for the global industry.

Stag Beef in capital hunt

Stag Beef is believed to have revived its search for fresh capital after IPO plans stalled last year.

Aust wheat suppliers to face competition

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Australia to face increased competition from Ukraine and Turkey as a wheat supplier to Asia.

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