A further look into the study of coastal limesand and the use of lime for fixing acid subsoils of red sand dunes.
The National Party needs to learn lessons from the Andrew Broad scandal if it wants to retain its share of the vote in rural Australia.
Regional Australia desperately needs the broader voting public to be able to see them clearly or their political suffering will continue unabated writes Pete Mailler.
Thomas Foods International chief executive Darren Thomas reflects on the year that started with the Murray Bridge fire.
Opinion: In a week of bad headlines for the Nationals, Peter Mailler says Barnaby Joyce, and the National Party, must take responsibility for their actions.
National Agricultural News Editor Penelope Arthur believes the debate on many agricultural issues is being driven not by science or common sense but by ideology.
Opinion: National Farmers' Federation President Fiona Simson says an entire supply chain is watching the actions of live sheep exporters.
I strongly urge all WAFarmers members to get involved – to make yourself familiar with the nominated candidates and exercise your right as a member to cast your vote for general president via the postal ballot.
Watching the two organisations respond to modern challenges such as animal activists targeting the live export industry, or the green movement targeting glyphosate and GM crops, I am more convinced that too many voices muddy the waters and confuse the overall message.