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Trap guru ready to let go

AUSTRALIA’S largest trap collectors’ sale will see 400 antique rabbit traps will go under the hammer.

Charlton feedlot sold

 Charlton Feedlot. Charlton. Steve Reynolds. Manager.

UPDATE: ALL the current staff at the Charlton Feedlot will keep their jobs.

Australia’s no food bowl: Joyce

Ag Minister Barnaby Joyce in Gippsland

AUSTRALIA is not the food bowl of Asia, nor should it claim to be.

Live export rules breached

Cattle at Cedar Park cattle export yard ready for live cattle export trade with Indonesia, near Adelaide River, south of Darw...

UPDATE: AUSTRALIAN live exports have been mistreated and “lost” despite being sent under strict export guidelines.

Shire fails to disclose houses

Overseas Workers

THE Gippsland shire accused of having up to nine unregistered rooming houses in its jurisdiction has been caught failing to disclose its registered houses.

Costco recalls Spanish doughnuts

Costco recalls Spanish doughnuts

SPANISH Doughnuts Foods Pty Ltd has recalled Spanish doughnuts flavour filled churros from Costco stores.

City kids clueless on farming

FARM Mossy Willow Farm Main Ridge

CITY kids have no idea where their food comes from and 20 per cent of them have never been to a farm.

Tough year for Sunraysia cotton

POOR cotton yields have lowered Sunraysia agribusiness Tandou’s profit forecasts.

Roos stand test of time

ABOUT 4000 watched ex-Carlton star Brendan Fevola boot four goals for Kangaroo Flat this Good Friday.

Parish work lifts herd

REDUCED treatment costs, quality bonuses and a longer lasting herd.

Alarm at mineral sands dig

A MINING company has started mineral sands exploration in East Gippsland.

Train lobbying gathers pace

PUBLIC transport is the key to attracting city people to country areas.

Fishing for trout hits snag

Australia Day, from Victoria with love. pictures: Jason Edwards

THERE is a school of thought that promotes the removal of all trout from Australia’s rivers, streams and lakes.

PETA argument based on proof

PETA argument based on proof

THE VFF’s Ian Feldtmann forgot to ask why PETA affiliates encourage people not to buy wool.

Hockey’s grain grit

Archer Daniels Midland

JOE Hockey’s decision to block the sale of GrainCorp last November raised more questions than it gave answers.

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Nursery Wholesale Market

At 7am the Nursery Wholesale Market kicks into top gear

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Little green thumbs win ag award

PUPILS from Melbourne's Rangeview Primary School have won a $10,000 award for their schools flora and fauna program.

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TROUT FISHING

Should the Government have removed non-native trees from trout fishing areas?

Call for farm labour amnesty

 FARM. Andrew Bulmer runs Bulmer's Farm Fresh Veg at Lindenow.

GIPPSLAND business calls for ‘amnesty’ on overseas workers already filling Australian labour shortages.

Legal stoush on eggs ‘cartel’

 Spend $50 at Peters Meats at St Ives Shopping Village and receive a dozen eggs free.

LEGAL proceedings between the ACCC and those behind an alleged egg cartel attempt are continuing.

Lending plan praised

Tyran Jones NEW UDV president

A LOAN scheme to help skilled farmers with low equity establish a commercial herd has been praised.

Naracoorte, July 24: Prices even

Naracoorte, July 24: Prices even

A SMALL trading of about 600 store condition cattle attracted solid

Latest livestock sales

Warragul Dairy Sale

THIS week’s cattle and dairy sale dates.

Ballarat, July 18: Buyers selective

Ballarat Beef Cattle Sale

A WINTER yarding of cattle at Ballarat today meant prices were higher for some categories and lower for others.

Antique machine rolls on

STEAM ENGINE AUCTION

ECHUCA’S Adam Auditori sells 1906 Foden traction engine to pay for steam engine restoration base.

TRACTOR BUYING GUIDE Claas churns out 100,000th tractor

Claas churns out 100,000th tractor

THE European manufacturer Claas stamped its brand on its 100,000th tractor earlier this year.

TRACTOR BUYING GUIDE Hay days better with Fergie

MASSEY GASS Pic shoot of dairy Farmers, the Gass family

WHEN David Gass bought the first new tractor in 15 years for the family farm, he knew how it would help.

O’hAilpin kicking goals

SETANTA O’hAilpin has moved up to fourth on the country Victorian goal­kicking table.

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Moore the merrier

Hamish Moore Footy

IF HAMISH Moore had to choose between kicking 100 goals or scoring a century in cricket, it wouldn’t be easy.

Mallee merger move on track

 AFL Victoria Country logo Picture: Supplied

A REVIEW of football in northwest Victoria is not ­expected to hinder the merger of Hopetoun and Beulah.

Exell pipped at Aachen

Exell Boyd (AUS) Aachen, Germany photo © Rinaldo de Craen

BOYD Exell has come within a point of winning his seventh consecutive Aachen International title.

Hockey’s grain grit

Archer Daniels Midland

JOE Hockey’s decision to block the sale of GrainCorp last November raised more questions than it gave answers.

Low-risk plan the only whey

Couch family, Brucknell, dairy farming

IF SOMETHING isn’t broke, Brad and Becc Couch sure aren’t going to try and fix it.

Bald Archy, works on show

BENALLA never guessed what it was unleashing on the world with its hometown boy Peter Batey.

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Across the globe

Across the globe

KEEP your women away from globe artichokes was the dire warning handed out in the 16th century.

Tickled pink, by gum

 A bee investigates the flowers of a Corymbia 'Summer Glory'.

SMALLER grafted flowering gums grow true to colour and can fit in a small garden.

Quince charming

 Ted and Glenda Minty - Olives and fruit near Wodonga. Quinces.

THE relegating to granny status of this noble, versatile and delicious fruit is a disgraceful mistake.

Fish of the day

Food Pics

LIKE steak, fish can be tricky in the kitchen, and for some cooks the chances of ruination are high.

Glorious grains

Food Pics

THERE are many tricks to making the perfect risotto.

Fried cauli can be jolly

Food Pics

CAULIFLOWER is around all year and it can be classed as one of those vegetables you love or hate.

NZ wants skippy or Tasmania

KANGAROOS or Tasmania — that is the ultimatum a Kiwi pizza chain has presented Australia.

Weekly Times Back Paddock

Case of gran designs

Bendigo Sheep & Wool

BACK Paddock loves a bit of fashion, especially when it involves at least a bale full of wool in every outfit.

No need for a mattress

No need for a mattress

UNLIKE us humans, man’s best friend doesn’t need a wussy, chiropractically correct bed to get a decent sleep.

Every race a winner for Cramp

Shayne Cramp

MILDURA trainer Shayne Cramp trained every winner in the eight-race card at Mildura last week.

Hottest winter holiday spot

 Lake Mountain Alpine Resort, Victoria Picture: Supplied

ASIDE from the crunch of snow underfoot, all is silent at Lake Mountain.

Seal of approval

 03/06/2010 FEATURES: Entry in 2012 ANZANG Nature Photography competition. (ANZANG stands for Australia, New Zealand, Antarct...

OCEAN action, wildlife and history are among the surprises hiding behind the Cape.

Chill out at Byron Bay

Supplied Travel A humpback whale breaching in Byron Bay, NSW. Picture: Keith Christie

BYRON Bay offers more than a great escape from Victoria’s bitter winter chill, writes Michael Gleeson.

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