All sugar cane that passes through a sugar mill must pass through a shredder, which reduces the cane to a fibrous mass before it passes on to further crushing and refining processes required for the production of sugar. Shredders run at high speeds, approximately 1000 rpm, churning through heavy loads of cane throughout the mill … Continue reading Keeping operations sweet with sugar cane shredders
Sugarcane farmers in far north Queensland have a new app by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, that will help them manage fertiliser use and reduce nitrogen runoff onto the Great Barrier Reef. Currently there’s no way sugarcane growers can tell whether fertiliser has runoff from their farm but the free app, named 1622WQ, shows the … Continue reading New tool for sugarcane farmers
Australia produces about 35 million tonnes of sugar cane every year, with 80 per cent of it exported. Sugar cane farms run from the north of New South Wales through to northern Queensland, mainly on the east coast. Sugar cane came to Australia via South Africa on the First Fleet in 1788. It is a … Continue reading How bearings help in the sugar cane production process
SRA has released its new five-year Strategic Plan, following an extensive development and consultation process with growers, millers, government investors, and other stakeholders.
Billington’s range of natural, unrefined sugars are made with a distinctive and intense flavor, according to the company.