National Rural News
By Newson1ine@abc.net.au (ABC News)
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National Rural News is a daily wrap-up on rural news and events from around the country.
||CleanNational Rural News for Friday June 30, 2017||Dairy industry agrees to code of conduct on how companies treat suppliers; Fine wool growers double their money in bumper season; Weather bureau confirms June rainfall among lowest on record; Vegemite handover delayed by cyber attack; Dieback disease fl||29 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Wednesday June 28, 2017||Hancock confident of winning approval to send cattle to China within months; GrainGrowers calling for no extra cost for additional satellite data; Brazil ramping up meat inspections in wake of US beef ban; Wheat grower warning on sap sucking bug; Live b||27 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Friday June 23, 2017||US President promises to make rural America great again; Tassie farmers losing confidence as June remains dry; Dry June attributed to strong high-pressure systems; Ord growers lose review on water cut decision; Bega Cheese capital raising to fund future||22 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Thursday June 22, 2017||Federal Government spends $78 million buying irrigation water; Murray Goulburn steps up milk price for farmers in face of competition; Poppy industry responding to concerns over opioid abuse with research into deterrents; Tighter rules and higher fees h||21 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Friday June 16, 2017||Border force hold up delays production of mouse bait; Illegal mouse bait suspected in corella deaths; Calls for kanga cull as numbers boom and graziers send stock to agistment; Tuna industry remaining confident in the face of low prices; New dairy proce||15 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Thursday June 15, 2017||Qatar establishes alternative shipping routes for Australian sheep amid blockade; Wilmar confident of securing rights to sell majority of north Queensland sugar; Lobby group claims Murray Darling Basin plan has put a dent in economic activity in NSW Mur||14 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Wednesday June 14, 2017||ABARES forecasting 33 per cent drop to winter grain production; Local grain market prices reflecting dry conditions on SA's Eyre Peninsula; Farm groups underwhelmed by lack of vision for agriculture in Queensland state budget; Big increase in job applic||13 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Friday June 9, 2017||Gina Rinehart signs deal to send up to 300,000 live cattle to China; Dairy farmers say Bega Cheese's farm gate milk price improves profitability; Irrigators call for lower power prices as chief scientist unveils energy plan; WA beekeepers claim prescrib||8 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Thursday June 8, 2017||Murray Goulburn apologises for milk price profitability call; Bega Cheese increases farmgate milk price; Federal Court finishes hearing cattle genome case; Huge number of submissions on Narrabri gas project; ACCC won't oppose Dow and DuPont merger; Pric||7 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Tuesday June 6, 2017||Dairy processor Murray Goulburn sets prices for the new milk season, Tasmanian farmers still recovering a year after devastating floods, forecasters monitoring conditions amid looming El Nino speculation, WA Queen Garnett plum growers hope to expand the||5 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Monday June 5, 2017||Analyst expects imported gas can compete for price with domestic supply, grains industry rethinking approach to the pest Russian wheat aphid, US farm lobby groups slam President Donald Trump's budget, Indian farmers go on strike and protest low prices a||4 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Friday June 2, 2017||Crop forecast tipping smaller harvest this season; Dry conditions make for a slow start to seeding on SA's Lower Eyre Peninsula; Seafood wholesaler, retailer claims white spot disease is turning consumers off prawns; Continued demand for mutton meat see||1 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Thursday June 1, 2017||Elders sells out of livestock export business; Wellard sells Ocean Outback to pay down debt; Industry expert doubts India's beef ban will last; Research finds high level of accuracy in carcase x-ray technology; First medicinal cannabis oil from Victoria||31 5 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Tuesday May 30, 2017||Battle lines drawn over mandatory grain stocks reporting, miners hit back at proposed WA tax on iron ore miners, NZ Government attempting to trademark Manuka honey, Californian robotic apple picker trialled in Australian orchards and Northern Irish farm||29 5 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Monday May 29, 2017||Pig farmers face a tough year as Australian pork prices crash, West Australian Government proposes a tax on iron ore miners, rain slashes Australian gold production in the March quarter, barefoot barbecues at risk unless fire ants are eradicated and eag||29 5 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Friday May 26, 2017||Sugar cane by-product to fire up power plant; Irrigators voice concerns on coal seam gas project; Rice harvest more than triples thanks to wet year, more water; Record tree harvest sees hardwood exports boom; Livestock groups welcome key cattle intersec||25 5 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Thursday May 25, 2017||Boom time for beef as report predicts increased supply, demand and prices; New Zealand dairy industry reporting solid milk production; JBS Brazil share price dives amid corruption scandal; APVMA speeding up staff training to fill gaps amid relocation fr||24 5 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNational Rural News for Wednesday May 24, 2017||The Agriculture Department has takes action against six importers, Queensland state Liberal National MP slams inland rail plans, Glencore's control of Australian grain handling could expand and central Australian birdwatches say they've detected an elus||23 5 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
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