Philippe Perez, FarmOnline

Philippe Perez

FarmOnline

Ballarat, VIC, Australia

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Recent:
  • FarmOnline
  • The Standard
  • The Land
Past:
  • The Courier
  • Bendigo Advertiser

Recent articles by Philippe:

Nuffield Scholar Sarah Crosthwaite to research farmer resilience

A Kergunyah South, Vic, dairy farmer will use her Nuffield Scholarship to study how different agricultural sectors across the world support their producers' mental health, especially in a changing climate. → Read More

Mortlake store sale sees huge interest from local buyers for lighter cattle, driving up prices

Galleries were packed for Mortlake's first spring store sale. → Read More

Banquet's record $65k top

Mountain Valley stud principal Ian Durkin, Coolatai, NSW, with his new purchase from the Banquet spring sale, Lot 25, Banquet Sensation S005. Picture by Philippe Perez. *Total clearance of 32 bulls sold to $65,000, av $20,625 THERE wasn't much room in the newly-minted sale pavilion for the large crowd attending the 2022 Banquet Angus spring bull sale in Mortlake on Friday. → Read More

Gratton Institute report calls for banning of pre-2003 trucks in metropolitan cities

Plan calls for ban to reduce exposure to dangerous pollutants. → Read More

Gratton Institute report calls for banning of pre-2003 trucks in metropolitan cities

Plan calls for ban to reduce exposure to dangerous pollutants. → Read More

Store cattle numbers continue to stay low, on the back of a cold, wet winter and early high prices

Victorian store cattle sale numbers likely to stay low for another month or two, say agents. → Read More

Passengers going through many measures to protect biosecurity as soon as they touch down

Leading agricultural industry bodies have been told that travellers will need to pass through more than 20 biosecurity 'touch points' when heading through an Australian airport. → Read More

Helen Haines to urge Agriculture Minister Murray Watt to expediate visa delays for agriculture workers

Pacific leaders say workers are ready to fill worker shortages → Read More

Victorian cattle saleyards have comprehensive standstill plans in place if FMD occurs

Saleyards having proactive discussions with Agriculture Victoria. → Read More

Victorian cattle saleyards have comprehensive standstill plans in place if FMD occurs

Saleyards having proactive discussions with Agriculture Victoria. → Read More

July Mortlake store sale has a 'bits-and-pieces' yarding with a decline of quality cattle

A freezing but sunny morning greeted buyers at Thursday's WVLX Mortlake July store sale, which had a fair drop in the quality of cattle for buyers than seen in previous months. → Read More

Camel online auction sees hot demand from local buyers around the country

Interest for camels coming in from animal shelters to tourism operators. → Read More

Saputo continue farmgate milk price rises, offering $9.40/kg MS

The rise continues a farmgate milk price frenzy of increases throughout June. → Read More

Sheep stud principals say they are excited for upcoming shows in Victoria

The Victorian Sheep and Wool show kicks off the 2022 sheep competition season. → Read More

Young Indigenous engagement in the local dairy industry encouraged in Warrnambool

Warrnambool Clontarf Academy and West Vic Dairy aim to promote careers in the dairy industry. → Read More

Australian-owned milk processor Bega steps up price further, citing a 'competitive market'

Chief executive Barry Irwin says Bega farmgate milk prices will increase by 30c/kgMS. → Read More

Warrnambool June store sale has agents working hard to sell lighter cattle

LAST SALE: Mick and Helen Finnigan, Toolong, sold 110 head at Warrnambool. This would be the last sale they would attend as they were selling their farm. An eager crowd attended the South-West Victorian Livestock Exchange in Warrnambool for the June store sale where competition for cattle had been down from previous sales. → Read More

Victorian Sheep and Wool show sees quality rams and ewes up for competition

Ballarat showgrounds kick off the Victorian sheep show season. → Read More

Bega Cheese lifts milk price further, citing a 'competitive market'

Chief executive Barry Irwin says Bega farmgate milk prices will increase by 30c/kgMS. → Read More

Cheese maker Yarra Valley Dairy fined for emitting strong odour from their Yering premises

The odour of 'sour milk with earthy characteristics' affected neighbours. → Read More