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An Irish vet Louise Kennedy is in hot water after she failed an English exam needed to stay in Australia.
One of Western Australia's largest milk producers has announced plans to triple its milk production.
The figures are rather gruesome and the facts astounding. 500,000 foxes scalped.
Water which was purchased by taxpayers in Australia in a bid to save it’s inland rivers, is been used by irrigators instead, that’s according to a report by ABC news Australia.
This week on future farming, we look into a new concept announced to the Australian agricultural industry last week, the mobile abattoir. Pictured above the blueprint for the abattoir design, courtesy of abc Australia.
New Video: We caught up with Agrispread recently and travelled from Mayo to Australia to check out their range of precision Spreaders - Watch here:
In this week's News down under we hear about the launch of a new program to combat worker exploitation.
Australian rural land prices soar as investors indicate intentions to spend
In this weeks News down under Kallee informs us Australian farmers are to receive more drought support.
TF was down under as part of the DeLaval Grassland Robotics conference and we caught up with the head of integrated robotics for North America Francisco Rodriguez.
An Australian grazier has been ordered to pay almost $1 million for clearing a bush fire break and maintaining his fence line.
Andrew Walsh is down under for the DeLaval Grassland convention in Tasmania. Here he reports on whats been a great week!
We are down under with Delaval and talking with Eric Hillerton chief scientist with Dairy NZ to talk about robotic milking.