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Effective industry representation in red meat sector welcomed

Further progress on effective industry representation in the red meat sector has been welcomed by Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce. Minister Joyce said the decision by the red meat industry to contract a specialist to look at new and innovative revenue streams, cost

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Melbourne University celebrates biggest intake of agricultural students

The University of Melbourne has made a record number of first-round offers for its Bachelor of Agriculture program in 2016, with almost 200 domestic students invited to enrol this academic year. According to Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) data, a total of 198 students have been offered places in this year's intake, up from 148 last year.

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Farmers invited to have their say on cutting red tape

Farmers and other interested stakeholders are encouraged to have their say on regulation affecting Australia’s agriculture sector, with the release of an issues paper as part of a Productivity Commission inquiry that will look at ways to reduce unnecessary regulatory…

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New national graduate mentoring program launched for vets

The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) has launched a new national graduate mentoring program to help veterinary students make a successful transition to the profession. AVA CEO, Graham Catt, said being a veterinary graduate vet can be challenging, particularly in the first year.

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