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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
In particular I believe state and national agricultural lobby groups would benefit from the recommendations as they do much of the work in promoting agriculture in Australia and inevitably are used as media sources by agricultural and non agricultural journalists alike... Sir Gill says short answers of 20-25 seconds are effective, which I believe is an excellent technique when being interviewed by news journalists as it fits the "grab" length they would want for their bulletins... Rather than use the report to outline some of the traditional methods used by PR professionals such as holding press conferences and writing releases, I will instead look at some of the other approaches around the world to deliver the message of agriculture to the public...
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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
The global recession has reduced northern hemisphere emissions to a greater level than what is legally required so there has been very little need for trades to occur... In the near future we may have a fish industry based in rural Australia operating in a similar way to the poultry industry, based on the premise that algae has unlocked the method of using cereal grains as a feedstock... A farmer may have 20 years of increase in soil carbon followed by 20 years of gradual decline despite using accepted best practises to retain soil carbon...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Ukrainian wheat has the potential to displace Australian exports in key South-East Asian markets, according to analysis conducted by the Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre (AEGIC)... Professor Kingwell says Ukrainian wheat exports have already begun to enter Australia's key South-East Asian markets... Professor Kingwell says Ukraine is less able to reliably satisfy the wheat volume and wheat quality needs of end users in Asian markets when compared with Australia...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Schooner is preferred by shochu manufacturers for its pearling quality... No new malting lines exceeded Schooner for pearling quality when grown in South Australia... There is significant interest from a range of food processing companies in utilising the health benefits of hulless waxy barley by incorporation into new and existing food products...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Asian beer market holds up local barley.. While there has been a slight lift in European production this year, Mr Caekaert said that for barley to compete long term with grains such as corn it needed a lift in R&D to make barley yields more competitive... We expect to see more competition between the top four big players in terms of malting barley supply - Europe, Canada, Australia and Argentina," he said...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Mr Redd says Australia is well placed to cater to existing and expanding Asian demand for beer raw materials and also believes enzyme brewing should be tried in Australia in the form of craft beers, which avoid competing on price alone... "To maintain and grow its competitive edge and deliver an improved value proposition for barley growers, Australia needs to take a lead role in the understanding of barley market quality requirements and research," Ms Jettner said... "Australia needs to understand where markets are going and selection for quality must keep pace with those trends," Ms Jettner said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Barley Australia (BA) undertook a survey of its key stakeholders to determine their expectations and need for the development and communication of a viable and vibrant barley industry in Australia... The review also considered future potential roles and functions for Barley Australia... The report has now been received by both sponsoring organisations and their response to the recommendations has been given...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
As the 2016 International Year of Pulses nears, Australian growers stand to benefit from opportunities in the market as demand for grain quality increases... Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council CEO Georgie Aley told the conference the 2016 International Year of Pulses provided a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" for the Australian and global industry to "direct and drive an agenda" to increase pulse production and consumption and raise awareness of their nutritional and environmental benefits... In 2013, the International Year of Quinoa saw launches of quinoa products increase by more than 50 per cent driven by its nutritional properties and flavour profile. "..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
As the 2016 International Year of Pulses nears, Australian growers stand to benefit from opportunities in the market as demand for grain quality increases... Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council CEO Georgie Aley told the conference the 2016 International Year of Pulses provided a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" for the Australian and global industry to "direct and drive an agenda" to increase pulse production and consumption and raise awareness of their nutritional and environmental benefits... In 2013, the International Year of Quinoa saw launches of quinoa products increase by more than 50 per cent driven by its nutritional properties and flavour profile. "..
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Failure to meet obligations outlined in a grain contract can be costly to a business, so it is important to have systems in place and manage contracts ... The averages should not be seen as reflecting the overall average price achieved for APW by pool operators... The three key considerations when assessing the forecasting accuracy of a given pool operator is the: n difference between the FPR and the average EPR published during the decision period (i.e. how much less/more did growers receive from what they were expecting)...
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