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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
The aim of the report is to educate the reader as to the importance of TE"s, how to apply them, and to then generate discussion around the use of them more widely within agriculture ix and the food industry... Evan Ryan RYANAGPTYLTD 0428 298 031 03 5744 3662 ev_ryan@hotmail.com To assess the importance of trace elements in broadacre farming and to study methods to manage their application and benefits Currently few Australian broadacre farmers are using trace elements to increase their productivity and profitability Travel across North America and Europe interviewing farmers, researchers and advisors who use and recommend trace elements Trace elements are important both to plant growth and to human health... Trace element use can improve productivity and profitability for farmers and improve health outcomes for consumers...
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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
As farmers we focus on issues including risk, costs and profit margins for our production systems because efficiency and productivity will be the basis for success in supplying commodities... I examined why farmers choose to operate individually and reasons why collaborative approaches have not been successful... Most individual farmers don't possess the grain marketing skills to consistently maximise the value of their production and have limited ability to leverage the best "deal" when small tonnages are offered...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Go Grains Health & Nutrition ('Go Grains') is the leading Australian authority on grain foods nutrition, providing members and the industry with an independent voice on matters of grain foods nutrition... Go Grains' role is to review the science and communicate the latest research findings about the nutrition and health benefits of grains and legumes so that Australian consumers will be encouraged, either directly by exposure to Go Grains' communications or indirectly through Go Grains' work with key opinion leaders, to eat these healthy foods... Since maturing into a membership-based organisation in 2005, Go Grains has attracted substantial investment from grain food manufacturers who recognise it as a driving force in communicating grain food research outcomes to the broader community...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" GCTV6: Go Grains 22 December 2011 Recent market research has revealed a worrying trend when it comes to grain based foods... 0.75: GCTV Ep#6 Go Grains 35.68: Narrator: The equivalent of two slice of bread a day, 47.25: that 49.71: cut from their diet compared to two years ago... And given there are more than 21 million 54.5: of us that 57.969: It also means our diets are inadequate and that 60.82: Robyn Murray: CEO Go Grains 63.109: us to eat at least four serves of grain foods a day and we 67.32: found that Australians were eating less than four serves just over three serves 72.09: a day and they weren 74.61: foods either...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Go Grains Health & Nutrition (GGHN) is a strong growing organisation based on industry collaboration and shared responsibility for promoting consumption of Australian grains... The GRDC investment in GGHN be evaluated in the context of the 'public good' intangible benefits it delivers to its members and the broader grains industry supply chain (rather than by direct benefits to growers)... Recent reports include: Grains Report (September 2007) Grains, Legumes and diabetes (April 2008) Grains and bowel health (June 2008) 11. Relevance of GGHN to government..
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Go Grains Health & Nutrition (Go Grains) is the leading Australian authority on grain foods nutrition... Developing relationships with journalists in order to position Go Grains as the leading source of media information about grains, legumes and health.. The media partnership program was designed to capitalise on existing relationships with journalists and publications, and leverage new associations developed via the Nutrition Column and Grassroots Recipe programs...
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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
Products may be identified by proprietary or trade names to help readers identify particular types of products but this is not, and is not intended to be, an endorsement or recommendation of any product or manufacturer referred to... Foreword Declining fish stocks and reduced rates of capture of wild fisheries catches and an increase in global demand for seafood has lead to an increase in production from the Aquaculture sector... The aim of the project is to gain knowledge from other aquaculture sectors, globally, of how they overcome some of the abovementioned issues...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Over the past six years, Mingenew-based Irwin Valley Pty Ltd has built up relationships with food manufacturers in Australia, the US, New Zealand, Lebanon, Egypt, Dubai, Malaysia and India to lift demand for lupins... Once a grain supply is sourced, it is either sold as seed for 'sprouting', sent for de-hulling at a nearby farm and then sold as kernel 'splits', or de-hulled and delivered to Mr Yewers, who mills the splits into lupin flour before packaging it for sale direct to consumers, retail outlets and food manufacturers... The lupins were de-hulled and time was spent refining the mill set-up to create a fine-micron, high-quality flour...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Charles Sturt University PhD student Clare Flakelar is researching whether health-promoting minor compounds in canola oil can be selectively bred... "Processors have stated that the primary reason for using such techniques is to provide consumers with the end product they prefer," Ms Flakelar says... Ms Flakelar says by verifying that the canola variety itself is important in the balance of these compounds, it gives breeders the ability to drive this opportunity...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Charles Sturt University PhD student Clare Flakelar is researching whether health-promoting minor compounds in canola oil can be selectively bred... "Processors have stated that the primary reason for using such techniques is to provide consumers with the end product they prefer," Ms Flakelar says... Ms Flakelar says by verifying that the canola variety itself is important in the balance of these compounds, it gives breeders the ability to drive this opportunity...
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