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Service Update: Automated Levy Payments

  Over the course of the last quarter the HiveXchange has successfully supported direct trade between vegetable and fruit growers in Far North Queensland and buyers in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. As a significant percentage of this trade was direct to wholesale buyers, the HiveXchange custom-built and launched an automated levy service to calculate and make levy payments directly to the Department of Agriculture […]

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Grower-inspired innovation

  The challenges faced by Australian farmers are diverse and complex. In their efforts to feed the nation, support their families and sustainably develop their farm – they must navigate everything from climate change to market access, socio-political trends to pest and disease management. To stay relevant to the evolving needs of farmers, the HiveXchange engages with major grower groups around the country on a […]

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2016 Horticultural & Innovation Expo – Lockyer Valley

Primary producers in Australia work continually to find the best farm inputs to increase yield and grow products that meet the needs of local and international markets. The 2016 National Horticultural and Innovation Expo was a fantastic event showcasing new seed varieties and technological innovation in the sector. Held at the DAF Research Station from the 27 – 28th July, 2016 it brought […]

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Industry Insight: Why you need to keep your eye on Collective Impact

  The Australian agricultural sector has trending downward produce price pressures and upward farm input price pressures. What this highlights is the urgent need for productivity improvement, we believe that a key part of the answer to this need is 'Collective Impact'. It's widely accepted that the key to productivity growth is innovation. Innovation for producers has typically [...]

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Digital Provenance & Local Food

The Huffington Post published an article back in 2014 that explored the ways in which the social activity of eating was being influenced by social media use. It concluded that global food culture was undeniably digitised, that sharing ‘food’ posts on social networks was the modern version of sharing a meal with friends and family. It is hardly surprising then, that FOOD is one of the most posted […]

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