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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
A guide for broad acre farmers to understand the markets in order to match production to consumption.. As a farmer with a marketing background it is my desire to understand the potential for these countries to produce enough food to feed themselves, and discover where opportunities may arise for Australian broad acre farmers to supply sectors of the market that they cannot successfully do themselves... The report is a long term view into understanding the markets, what drives them and where our opportunities, as farmers, will be into the future...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
" Date: 30.06.2014 e-growers make the world a smaller place.. Brendan's advice to other users: identify yourself with your real name and photo, and avoid engaging with anonymous users; the 140-character limit can distort tone so consider how a tweet may be perceived; you cannot take back a Tweet once it has been posted, so comment on issues you understand; and set up alerts on your smartphone to monitor if you are mentioned in tweets... Mae's Twitter advice to growers is: remember which country a tweet originates from (for example, if a US grain trader tweets 'Wheat sales one million', that means one million bushels, not tonnes); understand abbreviations used to condense messages (for example, in futures contract codes, 'WZ' means 'wheat, December'); and use an app such as TweetDeck to organise your Twitter feed and monitor topics by hashtag, such as #USDA and #harvest2013...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
" Date: 30.06.2014 e-growers make the world a smaller place.. Brendan's advice to other users: identify yourself with your real name and photo, and avoid engaging with anonymous users; the 140-character limit can distort tone so consider how a tweet may be perceived; you cannot take back a Tweet once it has been posted, so comment on issues you understand; and set up alerts on your smartphone to monitor if you are mentioned in tweets... Mae's Twitter advice to growers is: remember which country a tweet originates from (for example, if a US grain trader tweets 'Wheat sales one million', that means one million bushels, not tonnes); understand abbreviations used to condense messages (for example, in futures contract codes, 'WZ' means 'wheat, December'); and use an app such as TweetDeck to organise your Twitter feed and monitor topics by hashtag, such as #USDA and #harvest2013...
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