Trigg Mining told shareholders this morning it had suspended all field-based exploration at its Lake Throssell target, near Laverton, “until circumstances permit a return to the field”.
“But the fast-paced consumer convenience (is growing) because people are impatient.”
Trigg Mining confirmed last Monday a geophysics team and an air-core drill rig had mobilised at its 2350sqkm Laverton Links SOP project to determine its mineral resource estimate.
The decision comes as part of Wellard’s bid to generate cashflow after it posted a $48.4 million annual loss in August.
The Perth-based company told shareholders this morning the Department of Agriculture had granted its non-packer meat export licence.
“I would like to thank all of the seed shareholders and subscribers under the IPO for their support.”
In a statement to the market, Salt Lake claimed the results meant the product was comparable to other premium-grade soluble products.
Aspiring sulphate of potash producer Trigg Mining has delayed its Australian Securities Exchange listing.
“This agreement allows APC to further optimise the logistics and port options for the project.”
“Potassium is one of the four key macro-nutrients for plant growth and it’s just not there in the soils, we need to keep replenishing it.”
Salt Lake Potash told shareholders yesterday it had agreed to acquire the Blackham Resources tenements.
“We are in the last fortnight of the last programs of work in the field for the definitive feasibility study.”
“For the greater picture of production, we have a lot of strong interest from around the world.”
Salt Lake Potash is on track to extract high-grade brine from the mothballed Williamson gold mine in the northern Goldfields.
WA farmers have squirrelled away $6 million in Farm Management Deposit Schemes during the past six months, defying record withdrawals nationwide.
Sam Jones and Cally Dupe
The South Australian-based company claims to have 15 per cent of Australia’s tillage and seeding equipment market.
The board this week was expected to extend the IPO to June 21, eight weeks after launching their share-raising campaign.
Some 60 million litres of milk, or 15 per cent of the State’s annual supply, will be used to make 6000 tonnes of cheese at the factory, mostly for export to China.
Less favourable seasonal conditions in 2017-18 resulted in lower winter crop production, with farm cash income falling to an average of $358,000.
CBH is considering embarking on more value-adding and processing activities.
CBH plans to help grower members slash on-farm production costs as Australia battles to retain wheat market share in South-East Asia.
Agricultural technology such as drone supply and service provision are seen as key growth areas for Ruralco.
The Rural Traders Company is no more.
A realignment of a number of project accounts has saved WAFarmers from running a loss.
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