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Primaries of WA has a proud history providing agricultural services to Western Australian customers since 1981. The Company has expanded its services significantly in recent years whilst maintaining its focus on dedicated and personalised customer service. Primaries of WA provides its Western Australian customers with a comprehensive range of services including the sale and marketing of wool, livestock, real estate and grain, the sale of merchandise and the provision of financial services such as insurance, short term lending and finance brokering.

Primaries of WA is managed and operated locally in WA but, through its partnership with Ruralco Holdings Limited, is able to leverage off a national footprint to expand the range of services offered.

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Duncan air seeder chalks productivity

WORKING six hours without a re-fill almost completes the story before it starts.. . . read more

Growing hemp has challenges

ALBANY hemp grower David Hiscox believes he has finally found a passion for farming after being involved in the industry when he was raised at Bencubbin.. . . read more

BHP subleases two Pilbara stations

TWO pastoral leases have come up for grabs after BHP Billiton moved to sublease its East Pilbara, Ethel Creek and Marillana stations.. . . read more

Australia explores noodle wheat options

OPPORTUNITIES for Australian noodle wheat growers in the Chinese market could be on the horizon, despite the obstacles presented by tariffs.. . . read more

Elders has a virtual look into future

VIRTUAL Reality (VR 360) technology is well-known throughout many industries and it’s about to receive a boost in agriculture, with Elders rolling the technology out nationally and providing a new d. . . read more

Calm ewes better for production system

KEEP calm and get pregnant. That’s the advice from a study published by The University of Western Australia (UWA) after researching the reproductive outcomes of 200 Merino ewes known to have either. . . read more

New strain to burrow in on rabbits

RABBIT populations in the Wheatbelt and across the South West could be reduced by around 40 per cent in coming weeks as the calicivirus (Korean variant – RHDV1 K5) is released throughout the region.. . . read more

Big wrap for McHale's new Orbital model

IN hindsight, Bunbury-based dealership Western Ag should have placed multiple orders for the new fully automatic McHale Orbital wrapper.. . . read more