Winton's Outback Festival attracted huge crowds to western Queensland.
AN investment in irrigation infrastructure is paving the way for greater summer and winter crop rotation for James Barlow.
FARMERS travelled to Toowoomba to hear more about phenotype crop susceptibility and real-time adaptive irrigation technology at USQ's Future Farm Field Day.
The 125th anniversary of the running of the Longreach Cup on the weekend attracted hundreds of visitors ready for fun, fashion and punting, many of them from corporate Australia keen to support drought relief efforts.
MORE than 100 competitors from five different states made the journey to Pittsworth for the hands-on Queensland Limousin Youth Camp, over the last weekend.
Long time television journalist and founder of Landline program, Kerry Lonergan, was formally inducted into the Rural Journalism Hall of Fame.
Business chiefs from around Australia had a taste of bush hospitality on the weekend for a national drought relief effort, flying into Longreach to enjoy a concert by music legend Paul Kelly in front of the Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame before spending up big to assist struggling businesses.
THE North Burnett town of Monto's resilience was recognised by Dairy Australia’s inaugural LEGENDAIRY Awards.