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S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd

Australia’s most respected and successful beef producer.

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Welcome to S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd, founded in 1899 by Sidney Kidman (later knighted Sir Sidney Kidman) and continuing as a family owned company. The Kidman beef interests span 12 properties over a total of 80,000 square kilometres in three states and the Northern Territory. Grass-fed and grain-fed beef are produced for Australian and export markets. Brands including Kidman Portrait, Kidman Santa Gertrudis and Kidman Gold are available in leading restaurants, together with the much enjoyed, Kidman meat pies.

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Rowan Dean commentary | The Outsiders

Dean recalls 4.5 years ago in February 2017, former Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison held a black coal lump during a Parliamentary proceeding, defending its importance. He notes the PM is now saying addressing climate change is something that people need to do together. Dean says Morrison has done a complete 100% U-turn departing the previously rejected plan ahead of the Glasgow summit. He adds the climate conference is built on a premise that the world is getting warmer. Dean states it is in contrast with the figures provided by UAHv6 satellite measurements, noting the world’s temperature is exactly the same from 2017. He recalls Bill Shorten’s Labor Party promised 45% emissions reduction during the 2019 election.

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Piers Akerman: Net-zero emissions do not add up for Australia

Mining entrepreneur and Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart told The Daily Telegraph – which has been running an informative series on the topic and is committed to airing both sides of the argument – that the rush to curb greenhouse emissions without proper costing could imperil family farmers and cost taxpayers “billions in subsidies”. The precautionary principle demands that we know what the cost of buckling to the climate catastrophists at the UN’s Glasgow COP26 gabfest will be before we make any pledges.

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Solar a costly exercise: Gina

AUSTRALIA’S richest woman, Gina Rinehart, is warning that rushing to reduce greenhouse emissions without proper costings could imperil family farmers and cost taxpayers “billions in subsidies”. The mining and pastoral tycoon has outlined her particular concern that family farmers who have endured years of drought, bushfires and Covid-19 do not have spare cash, so cannot afford to invest to change to renewable energy. Mrs Rinehart said costings should be the first priority and urged the Federal Government to “stand firm” until these had been properly assessed and made public.

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