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  1. April showers set up seeding

    April showers set up seeding

    Farmers throughout the State are beaming after generous, widespread rain continued last week.

  2. Tier 3 funding confusion

    Tier 3 funding confusion

    A Government split on Tier 3 rail funding has led to widespread industry confusion.

  3. Tax breaks for insured farmers

    Tax breaks for insured farmers

    Blueprint to include benefits for farmers who take out comprehensive crop insurance.

  4. Program drums up success

    Program drums up success

    When Konnongorring farmer Nathan Davey delivered drumMUSTER's 25 millionth drum on March 20, 2015 to the Goomalling collection site, he had no idea what it signified for the thousands of people involved with the program over the past 16 years.

  5. Storms savage northern wheatbelt

    Storms savage northern wheatbelt

    Storms left a wake of destruction and displaced significant numbers of stock in the Alma area of Northampton last week.

  6. Manjimup land battle escalates

    Manjimup land battle escalates

    Manjimup farmer Peter Swift learns tomorrow whether he faces foreclosure on his property after a multi-year battle in which he was accused of clearing land but was later found to be innocent.

  7. Sensitive land details released

    Sensitive land details released

    The Pastoralists and Graziers Association has attacked a decision by the Freedom of Information Commissioner to release sensitive information on the viability of leases covering vast tracts of WA.

  8. Rally against anti-protest law

    Rally against anti-protest law

    WA Labor has vowed to repeal "extreme" anti-protest laws which are feared to impact on farmers.

  9. Hold on costs in GM case

    Hold on costs in GM case

    Organic farmer relieved an order to pay $804,000 in legal costs has been put on hold.

  10. Benefits seen in Wheatbelt radar

    Benefits seen in Wheatbelt radar

    Doppler radar coverage of Wheatbelt could deliver $108m windfall to farmers.

  11. Farmer appeals GM contamination ruling

    WA farmer Steve Marsh has returned to the Supreme Court to appeal a ruling against his damages claim for GM contamination.

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