22 May 13 | CHARTERS Towers combined agents yarded a total of 542 cattle at the weekly store and prime sale held on May 22.
And at the Roma Store Sale held on May 21 a total of 8500 head of cattle were penned.
22 May 13 | The RFID debate for sheep and goats has heated up with livestock authorities in NSW endorsing the current mob-based traceability system claiming the scheme meets national tracing standards.
22 May 13 | A HARDY group of Gippsland sheepdog triallers braved wintery conditions to contest the annual Gippsland Sheep Breeders Association utility trial at Stockdale on the weekend.
| GALLERY: Gippsland dog trial
22 May 13 | MINING entrepreneur Nathan Tinkler has begun selling the bulk of his Australian property assets, including prime land on Newcastle's waterfront and a Queensland mansion.
22 May 13 | COST is one word that can baulk even the most seasoned farmer.
22 May 13 | BROWNES Dairy is set to be in the spotlight again after stage two of its award-winning Use-By-Date advertising campaign hits lounge rooms across the State in less than a month.
22 May 13 | WEEDSEEKER technology holds the key to reducing nitrogen inputs for dairy farmers in WA, according to agronomist Sam Taylor.
22 May 13 | RELYING on pasture and homegrown hay to feed their Angus through the dry summer has proved a challenge for Kenton Creek Angus owners Grant Matthews and Marie Wickerson.
22 May 13 | NUMBERS increased marginally last week at the Emerald store and prime sale with just over 1900 penned. Rain depleted the yarding at the Gracemere cattle sale held on May 17 at CQLX with 1259 head yarded.
21 May 13 | LANDMARK reforms to Queensland’s vegetation management framework passed State Parliament last night (Tuesday), in a move the government says marks the end of years of vilification of the rural sector by previous Labor administrations.