A cool and wet September could push WA’s crop to 11 million tonnes this harvest according to the Grains Industry Association of WA.
Wendy Gould Esperance ram breeders made one of the biggest statements as to the quality of their product at this year’s annual sale, validated by a $191 jump in average and 92 per cent clearance from 280 rams offered.
Colin Bettles Moves to try and legislate for the broader release of grain stocks information to improve market transparency will continue to meet staunch resistance from one WA group.
Curtin University will offer an Associate Degree in Agribusiness at Muresk Institute from 2019.
Caitlyn Rintoul Grain Industry Association of Western Australia's August report tipped the overall estimated crop production for the Esperance Port Zone to be about 2,465,000 tonnes.
Caitlyn Rintoul Local Marie Fowler has described moving to a large remote family farming enterprise east of Condingup from Ireland as one the hardest, but most rewarding decisions of her life.
Caitlyn Rintoul Women from the region converged on the Esperance Civic Centre for the South East Premium Wheat Growers Association (SEPWA)’s 2017 Ladies Day.
TWO young guns from the Wheatbelt have been handpicked by one of WA's most experienced leaders in the export industry to join the team at Harmony Agriculture and Food Company, as it sets out to make it mark on the livestock industry.
Planning for lambing has gone digital with the popular paper-based tool, the Lambing Planner, now available as an award-winning mobile app.
Grain growers on the south coast and lower Great Southern experiencing good seasonal conditions have been reminded to tissue test for micro nutrients to optimise crop yields.