Month / May 2015

  I received the following paper from Ben Rees, who is an economist and farmer, or farmer and economist, not sure which comes first these days. A man with many decades of experience in the economics of agriculture, Ben is deeply involved in the debate on the future direction of Australian agriculture. The last paragraph […]

Bob Hall is a well-known agricultural consultant based in Darkan, Western Australia. Back in the sixties Bob challenged us all about the way we managed our merino sheep. There was nothing theoretical about Bob’s challenges. They were based on sound, practical and proven experience gained through working with his clients. Bob offered solutions stretching from […]

The next time you have bacon and eggs, you can be 80 per cent certain that the bacon you are eating has been imported. Your meal will consist of a rasher or two of the forecast 149,000 tonnes of pig meat that will arrive on our shores during 2014-15. Ten years ago we were importing […]