Andrew Miller, The Advocate

Andrew Miller

The Advocate

Melbourne, VIC, Australia

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Recent articles by Andrew:

National farm crime about to come under the spotlight

A national online farm crime survey is about to be launched by NSW researchers. → Read More

Tasmanian Poll Dorset rams soar past $20,000

Valma's Victorian buyer seeks growth and muscle, in purchasing top Tasmanian Poll Dorset ram. → Read More

MLA, Dairy Australia join to set up dairy beef extension training program

Dairy beef the focus of new DA, MLA extension program. → Read More

Sustainability, environmental credentials need to be backed with practical action, says dairy processor

Show evidence on sustainability, environmental goals progress, says Fonterra's Matt Watt. → 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

Processor breaks the $9 farmgate milk price barrier

Lactalis has pushed the milk price it's offering past $9 kilogram Milk Solids. → Read More

Tasmania starts to look at sheep eIDS

Investigation begins into eIDs for Tasmanian sheep flock. → Read More

Adaptation key to climate change, says Tasmanian modellers

NEXUS Project: Associate Professor Matthew Harrison is leading a project looking at the impact of climate change on livestock operations in Tasmania. Preliminary modelling has shown Tasmania will initially escape the worst impacts of climate change but by 2050 farmers will have to adapt to hotter, drier conditions. → Read More

Deer plan doesn't go far enough: Invasive Species Council

Tasmanian farmers 'exasperated' by inability to properly control deer numbers. → Read More

Greenham rolls out Tasmanian dairy beef pilot

Greenham tweaks its NEVER EVER program for dairy beef. → Read More

Tasmanian farmer finds a "nutty" way of beating power regulations

A Northern Tasmanian sheep producer has found a novel way to supply power to his property. → Read More

Farmers for Climate Action, TFGA to run climate conference

Profitable, sustainable farming in changing climate is conference focus. → Read More

MLA and partners seeking answers to red meat carbon neutrality

MLA on the way to making significant progress to red meat carbon neutrality. → Read More

Highest Tasmanian farmer confidence in six years

High red meat and milk prices, alongside good conditions boost Tasmanian farmer confidence. → Read More

Tasmanian farmers could be at the forefront in carbon sequestration

Tasmania has the opportunity to be the first carbon-neutral state in Australia. → Read More

Rising port costs being passed back to the farmer

Port charges "devastating" impact on exporters and importers. → Read More

Look at Tasmanian Animal Welfare laws, fund inspectorate, says RSPCA

REVIEW AND FUND: RSPCA Tasmania chief executive Jan Davis says it's time to review the state's Animal Welfare Act. The Tasmanian RSPCA is calling for an incoming state government to urgently increase funding for its inspectors and undertake a thorough review of animal welfare legislation. → Read More

North-west Tasmanian farmers back Wesley Vale saleyards

The proposed Wesley Vale saleyards, near Devonport, could generate $23 million a year. → Read More

Tasmanian peak body has four key election priorities

Peak body identifies addressing poor literacy and numeracy as the number one priority facing Tasmania. → Read More

Van Diemens' Land Circular Head farm conditions 'a failure'

FAILURE: A former chief executive of Van Diemens Land Company has said problems facing the company are the result of a failure by governments. Picture: file A former chief executive of Van Diemens' Land Company described ongoing effluent and animal welfare complaints against Van Dairy as "a complete regulatory failure" by government authorities. → Read More