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World Fisheries Day is a seafood celebration

men on fishing boat, looking out to the sea.
Seafood Industry Australia (SIA), the national peak-body representing Australia’s commercial fishing industry, is encouraging all Australians to celebrate World Fisheries Day, every day. “We really are the lucky country when it comes to seafood, and we have a lot to be proud of,” SIA
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QFF celebrates $20 billion National Agriculture Day

Festival Celebrating Farms
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation (QFF) and industry members celebrated Queensland’s integral role in Australia’s agricultural story as part of National Agriculture Day, on 21 November 2019. The theme of the 2019 National Agriculture Day is “We are Australian Farmers” in celebration
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Vigolo mulchers prove popular for heavy duty workloads

Vigolo TST High Body Tractor
Vigolo has settled firmly in a market leading position with a reputation for “indestructible agricultural machinery” – with arguably the highest level of quality workmanship available. These models already exceed expectations and enjoy a reputation as a trusted name in many lead
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K-Line sold to CNH Industrial as it digs deeper into tillage implements

5 men behind them a tractor
CNH Industrial (CNHI ) has purchased local agricultural equipment manufacturer K-Line Ag in a move that adds to its portfolio of all-Aussie made tillage and planting  models. This follows the CNHI purchase of Aussie icon Horwood Bagshaw, based in Mannum SA in 2018. Best known Horwood
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Sheep NN facial recognition technology prototype a world-first

Sheep in a huddle of more sheep looking at camera
If you currently know most of your sheep by sight, you now have a back-up with the world’s first sheep facial recognition software expected to be launched in 2020. The idea is to eliminate the need for costly electronic identification or ear tagging and the prototype swings into actio
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Milk2Market launches the Milk Exchange digital supply chain

Cows lining up
  The Australian independent milk services company, Milk2Market, has launched the Milk Exchange (MX) for the Australian dairy industry. Its aim is to create a more transparent digital supply chain for both milk buyers and milk suppliers. The Milk Exchange is the first digital pla
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Roesner and SwarmFarm autonomous fertiliser spreader

Roesner Pty Ltd, often pronounced as the leading spreading manufacturer in Australia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to develop a fully autonomous fertiliser spreader in conjunction with SwarmFarm Robotics. The collaboration between the two Australian companies will foc
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Kemin rebrands for the future

Kemin HQ
Kemin Industries, a global ingredient manufacturer, has rebranded with a new logo and new vision for the future. The company has operations on six continents and a portfolio of more than 500 specialty ingredients. It hopes to extend its reach into the lives of the majority of the worl
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Australian Precision Ag Laboratory welcomes a new partner

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Independent laboratory Australian Precision Ag Laboratory (APAL) has welcomed a new partner into the business with the arrival of Sam Bald as co-managing director. The move sees APAL establishing an office in Melbourne, where Mr Bald is based, adding to its existing offices and labs i
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