AFTER 12 years with Rural Press/Fairfax Agricultural Media, including seven and a half years in the federal Parliamentary Press Gallery, it’s time to sign-off.
LABOR has been broadly slammed for a “reckless” decision to backflip on policy and support banning live sheep exports.
TWO of the nation’s leading wine-makers have cautioned Australian wine consumers about an upward spike in domestic prices due to expanded Chinese demand.
Jobs and Innovation Minister Michaelia Cash has offered a stern reminder and warning about the “devastating” consequences of banning live exports.
ANIMAL rights activists that broke into a Queensland piggery last month may still be facing charges for breaching biosecurity protocols.
National Soils Advocate Major General Michael Jeffery says more than 6000 farmers have so far agreed with his theory on how to call a truce on the so called decade-long ‘climate wars’.
FEDERAL Jobs and Innovation Minister Michaelia Cash has offered a stern reminder and warning about the “devastating” consequences of banning live exports.
THE National Farmers Federation has returned from a farm forestry fact finding mission to NZ with a positive view about the neighbouring country’s industry .
iona Simson has written to all federal parliamentarians urging them to remember Australia’s livestock export industry is recognised as a global leader.
DAIRY leaders have expressed mixed reaction to the findings and recommendations of an extensive independent examination of competition flaws impacting their sector.
- The accident came on the final night of the Woodford Show.
- You won't believe the quirky way these citrus growers converted their hay shed and silo.
- Freight-only airports, mobile grocery stores and drone-driven postal services are coming says Deakin University study.
- Photos from the trade show at the Brisbane Convention Centre.
- 2018 Ekka Paddock to Palate Competition enters second phase.
- Four years in. Another six to go. How much more can we take?
- Glorious floral displays at the Blackall racecourse many years ago earnt it the title of the Flemington of the West, and now a rare hibiscus is giving the outback Queensland town a similar distinction in Canberra.
- Take a look at the photos from the Meet and Greet on Friday night.
- Cambooya lettuce Singapore bound.
- During the AUSVEG and PMA Australia and New Zealand conference, Hort Connections 2018, Corteva Agriscience hosted a networking dinner on the historic Kookaburra Queen paddle boat in Brisbane.
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