Agribusiness

SA govt rejects water pricing claims

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Oppn calls for independent inquiry, says value of water assets inflated.

Suitors eye Kidman assets

Macquarie’s Pastoral Fund likely weighing play for Australia’s biggest landholder, S Kidman & Co.

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.

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