Blue eggs offered as a solution to identify pasture-raised or specialist produce

Blue eggs offered as a solution to identify pasture-raised or specialist produce

Posted May 08, 2018 11:13:02 Blue eggs, or even the Dr Seuss touted green eggs, could be a solution to understanding how your eggs are produced. A grains researcher turned poultry breeder has come up with a novel solution to revolutionise the way pasture-raised chook eggs are identified. Currently consumers …

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33 years on, a long-term solution to live export trade remains elusive | Australia news

The first parliamentary report decrying the cruelty of the Australian live export trade was delivered in 1985. Live sheep export, the senate report found, was not compatible with good animal welfare. But it was also profitable and deemed necessary for the livelihoods of Australian farmers. The first statement remains true. …

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Hobart housing crisis solution won’t be found by moving north, Government told

Hobart housing crisis solution won’t be found by moving north, Government told

Updated March 16, 2018 21:28:56 Photo: The Government says it will “work the private and community housing sectors” to release land. (Pixabay) An Independent MLC has warned the Tasmanian Government not to push Hobart’s homelessness problem to the north and north-west of the state. Photo: Caitlin Gill says she’d welcome …