Countrywide, February 28, 201502/26/15
The politics of food and farming and the latest news from regional Australia.
Countrywide - 21st February 2015
After 13 cases of hepatitis A are linked to imported Chinese berries, Countrywide looks at whether free trade means compromising on biosecurity. Also, SPC recovers from a horror year to almost break even in 2014, New Zealand's horticulture industry on...
Countrywide - 7th February, 2015
Countrywide comes to you this week from Parliament House in Canberra.
Countrywide - 31st January 2015
Countrywide looks at falling prices for dairy, rising prices for beef, and the next great hope for potato farmers.
Countrywide January 24, 2015
Stories from ABC Rural including welfare of dairy cows and livestock, concerns over Hendra vaccine, stopping cheap imported tomatoes and pigs as pets
Countrywide January 17, 2015
Some of the news from rural Australia this week, where your food and drink comes from
Countrywide January 10, 2015
Stories from regional Australia this week brought to you by ABC Rural reporters
Countrywide December 20, 2014
The food you eat, how it's produced, and what the latest rural news means for the Australian economy.
Countrywide Saturday December 13, 2014
The food we eat and the issues affecting production
Countrywide for December 6, 2014
Food and the forces impacting on agricultural production.
Countrywide November 29, 2014
Countrywide is the food you eat and the policies affecting production
Countrywide November 22, 2014
This week the Free Trade Agreement deal struck with China benefits agriculture and the drought rolls on to 1000 days in Queensland.
Countrywide for Saturday 15 November, 2014
Countrywide is the food you eat and the policies that affect production.
Countrywide for November 7th, 2014
Countrywide goes on a paleo diet, explores cattle farming, lobster and fishing. The food you eat and policies affecting it.
Countrywide Saturday 1 November, 2014
Food, agriculture and the policies that affect you.
Countrywide October 25, 2014
Agribusiness reel with prospect of gas price spike, Wind farm vows to fight ruling to remove turbines, Electrification with renewables will cap global warming to 2 degrees, Melon virus likely spread by imported seeds, Pactum UHT milk plant's meteoric...
Countrywide, October 18, 2014
A taste of the stories and issues making headlines in rural and regional Australia this week
Countrywide October 11, 2014
Our team of specialist Rural Reporters from across Australia bring you the news and views from regional Australia
Countrywide October 4, 2014
Countrywide takes a look at the issues affecting farming and life in regional Australia.
Countrywide for Saturday 27th September, 2014
Countrywide explores farming, food and the policies that affect them.
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