Andrew Miller, The Standard

Andrew Miller

The Standard

Melbourne, VIC, Australia

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Dairy survey outlines the significant impact of workforce shortages, facing the sector

Dairy Australia seeking to combat worker shortages, through a multi-media campaign. → Read More

Dairy beef has significant advantages, Dairy Australia conference told

I'm a general reporter with Stock & Land, with a special interest in irrigation issues. I completed my cadetship, with the Age, in 1980. Over my career, I've worked for ABC radio news (Mt Isa, Qld) and at provincial and suburban newspapers. → Read More

Holstein steers can compete in the beef stakes, says leading expert

No grounds to discriminate against Holsteins when it comes to beef production; expert. → Read More

Meat industry council head says crunch time is looming over worker shortages

Australian Meat Industry Council "very concerned" about staff shortages. → Read More

Dairy Australia has warned a 'price retreat' spells trouble for processors

The domestic dairy market is providing some relief for processors, says DA. → Read More

Australian dairy farmers better placed than the rest of the world to capitalise on potential opportunities

Dairy Australia outlines 'intriguing conditions' as farmers around the world face similar headwinds. → Read More

Bad weather, farm exits see milk production continue to decline

Floods, farm exits see 10 per cent milk production drop compared with 12 months ago. → 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

Agricultural chemical use survey aims to improve safety, determine long-term effects

The National Centre for Farmer health is running a survey on agricultural chemical use. → Read More

Bali FMD outbreak raised Australian risk level only slightly, says leading expert

FMD risk has been only slightly elevated by Bali outbreak, says leading biosecurity expert. → Read More

Store sale cancellations due to price, weather, say agents

FMD on producers' minds, but not the main issue behind reduced yardings, prices. → Read More

Keep FMD outbreak in perspective, says leading agricultural market analyst

FMD risk needs a 'measured' approach, says TEM's Andrew Whitelaw. → Read More

Foot and mouth disease protest in Colac calls for travel ban

Colac farmers call for 120-day ban on non-essential travel to and from Indonesia. → Read More

Warrnambool university looks to hydrogen powered milk tankers

Dairy supply chain ideally placed to take up hydrogen fuel says agrifood specialist. → Read More

Supply chain study must focus on roads, rail, say grain. pulse producers

A grain supply chain study for the south-west has been welcomed by farmers, councils. → Read More

Financial year ends with a record high milk price

I'm a general reporter with Stock & Land, with a special interest in irrigation issues. I completed my cadetship, with the Age, in 1980. Over my career, I've worked for ABC radio news (Mt Isa, Qld) and at provincial and suburban newspapers. → Read More

Claims Victoria's rail freight network will soon be "gold-class" questioned by rail expert

Former V/Line heavy says much more needs to be done to improve the state's rail freight network. → Read More

Big Build causes drop in road-rail freight shift

Road-rail mode shift funding cut by $35 a container over nine years, says the state opposition. → Read More

Farmers in Victoria's far west say they're facing rate rises of up to 220 per cent

Glenelg Shire accused of a "money grab" over new rating system. → Read More

Casterton sells three Kelpies for more than $20,000 for the first time

Find out who bought the top-priced dog and where it is headed. → Read More