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A group of scientists working in the Wheatbelt have turned back the clock in the search for a low-input summer food source for sheep.

Sweeping changes to regional electoral boundaries could see the loss of one parliamentary seat for country voters at the 2017 WA State election.

The traditionally reliable region of Mingenew and souther parts of the Mid West are experiencing one of their driest seasons on record.

WA's peak farming organisation WAFarmers is back in the black after selling half a million litres of milk in six months.

Peak farm lobby group WAFarmers met Federal Agricultural Minister Barnaby Joyce as part of his State tour last week.

_Patchy rains in the State over the weekend and on Monday proved a saviour for northern and eastern farmers, but failed to deliver for many in the Kwinana port zone. _

The launch of National Farm Safety Week across Australia has been welcomed by rural organisations WAFarmers and the Farmsafe WA Alliance.

Australia’s trade relationship with Indonesia has been dealt another blow after Jakarta’s shock decision to increase import tariffs on a range of food and consumer products.

Global grain trader Bunge has marked the first anniversary of the maiden shipment from its Bunbury port terminal by starting site work on a major receival site near Arthur River.

You know the citrus industry is going through change when oranges aren’t orange any more.

Work has begun on a new WA action plan to co-ordinate and prioritise efforts to better address the devastating impact wild dogs have on livestock.

The State Government is set to take to market a big parcel of land on the Ord River irrigation scheme in a litmus test of its relationship with a major Chinese investor in WA’s far north.

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