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30.08.2012

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Strong outlook for Australian grain farmers MP3

Grain farmers are hoping 2012 will deliver a bumper harvest and high returns. A devastating drought in the United States has lifted global prices but, the outlook across many farming regions in Australia is strong. Source: abc.net.au

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