9:00 AM | THE introduction of the new national Ovine Johnes Disease management plan has passed its final hurdle.
2:00 AM | MOBS of cattle on the road around Barcaldine at the moment are walking around in some of the best grass they've seen for months.
2:00 AM | THE Kirk family on the Lachlan River irrigation property, “West Borambil”, Condobolin, has finally fulfilled their dream of creating their own “fibre factory”.
2:00 AM | BEER may be the beverage that built Lion's parent company Kirin Holdings, but despite enduring tough times in the Australian milk market the Japanese giant is not deterred by its recent experiences.
1:30 AM | INDUSTRY will have to pay for increased roadblocks entering South Australia in response to a heightened risk of fruit fly infestation, according to Agriculture Minister Gail Gago.
19 May 13 | IT wouldn't be a Queensland State Sheep Show without a good party and last Friday night exhibitors, spectators, sponsors and friends let their hair down at the 2013 Queensland Merino Stud Sheepbreeders Association (QMSSA) dinner at Roma.
19 May 13 | DAIRY farmer Wendy Wallace thinks it would "be a toss-up" whether the 150-cow, million litre organic dairy farm her family runs would be viable if it was selling milk independently.
19 May 13 | PARKLANDS have released a new wood chipper just in time for the colder months.
19 May 13 | SOME horticultural producers may see paying for pollination services as a necessary cost, but for one Australian seed company it has made them a world leader in carrot seed production.
19 May 13 | OPPOSITION Leader Tony Abbott has delivered a stinging attack at the Federal Labor government’s mishandling of the Australian livestock industry and snap live cattle exports suspension on Indonesia almost two years ago.
19 May 13 | TOO many small out-of-the-way country towns have surrendered to the gradual erosion of their community and services. Not so Bingara.