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Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Topics Agriculture

Topic: agriculture

Bundaberg Region farm export growth forecast

The ABARES Bundaberg Regional Outlook conference today at The Waves has heard an upbeat economic forecast for local agriculture.

Stay-at-home mums create Salty Co nut business

Stay-at-home mums Aynsley Berthelsen and Minty Blair started their own business Salty Co and became entrepreneurs using macadamia nuts.

Rare Botanic Gardens macadamia trees critical to conservation

Sitting in the lush Bundaberg Botanic Gardens are four wild macadamia trees critical to the conservation of the species with an ability to boost the agricultural industry.

Almoiz Group makes offer for Isis Mill shares

International sugar producer Almoiz Group has put forward a proposal to acquire up to 54.03% interest in Isis Central Sugar Mill for a total investment of up to $35 million.

Crowds enjoy sunshine and fresh food at Bundy Flavours 2019

The sun wasn’t the only thing shining at Bundy Flavours 2019, young and old were smiling from ear-to-ear as they were immersed in delicious fresh fruit and vegetables grown in the Bundaberg Region.

Macadamias Australia crack Chinese and online markets

A Bundaberg farm is taking the regions name to the world after its Australian nut products launched in Nanning eight months ago.

Growing appetite inspires One Little Farm

Nestled away on Bargara Rd, one little shop is undergoing a huge make-over with more than a change of name.

Fun in the sun as BCC Festival connects the community

Sunshine and laughter filled the air at this year’s BCC Festival with the community strolling in as soon as the gates opened to a fun-filled event.

India export potential flows from High Commissioner's visit

New export opportunities from the Bundaberg Region to India will be explored following a visit this week by India's High Commissioner.

Have your say on regional biosecurity management

Developed in 2017, the Wide Bay Burnett Regional Biosecurity Strategy aims to align regional invasive species management goals across the Wide Bay Burnett region.

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