Coronavirus causing events to be culled

Coronavirus causing events to be culled

Local footy, field days and other events have fallen victim to coronavirus.

Farm office

18 MAR 2020
Calling young female high school students

Calling young female high school students

Female students are being urged to apply for a new Agri-Tech competition.

Farm office

16 MAR 2020
Farmer confidence bounces back

Farmer confidence bounces back

Confidence is returning to the farming sector.

Farm office

16 MAR 2020
Researchers uncover how invasive plants get a head start after fires

Researchers uncover how invasive plants get a head start after fires

A new study is shedding light on why some invasive plant species do well after a fire.

Farm office

13 MAR 2020
Workshops for young farmers start next week

Workshops for young farmers start next week

Workshops for young farmers will be held in the New South Wales Riverina this month.

Farm office

11 MAR 2020
Is Toyota about to get it wrong (or did Nissan get it right)?

Is Toyota about to get it wrong (or did Nissan get it right)?

Bushwhacker has turned his attention to car manufacturing this month.

Farm office

04 MAR 2020
Consumer watchdog has farm machinery on the agenda

Consumer watchdog has farm machinery on the agenda

The ACCC is taking a close look at farm machinery warranties, servicing and repairs.

Farm office

04 MAR 2020
Leasing farmland on the rise

Leasing farmland on the rise

Leasing land is proving a popular option for Australian farmers.

Farm office

26 FEB 2020
Volunteer farmers help with bushfire rebuild

Volunteer farmers help with bushfire rebuild

Western Australian farmers are on the move, volunteering to help with bushfire recovery.

Farm office

24 FEB 2020
Packed house at evokeAG farmer session

Packed house at evokeAG farmer session

Farmer tech talks a hit with crowds.

Farm office

21 FEB 2020
Key agriculture event heading west

Key agriculture event heading west

evokeAG will be held in Perth next year.

Farm office

19 FEB 2020
Iconic Western Australian property sold for nearly $100 million

Iconic Western Australian property sold for nearly $100 million

Daybreak Cropping has purchased the 22,000ha Erregulla Plains for nearly $100 million.

Farm office

12 FEB 2020
Coronavirus impact on Australian agriculture should be limited in short term

Coronavirus impact on Australian agriculture should be limited in short term

Rabobank takes a look at the potential impacts of Coronavirus.

Farm office

12 FEB 2020
East coast drenched by heavy rains

East coast drenched by heavy rains

Decent rainfalls have been recorded in parts of eastern Australia.

Farm office

10 FEB 2020
Protein alternatives on the menu

Protein alternatives on the menu

Animal and non-animal proteins are expected to be in demand for the next decade.

Farm office

10 FEB 2020
Littleproud back as Agriculture Minister

Littleproud back as Agriculture Minister

David Littleproud returns as the Minister for Agriculture in latest cabinet re-shuffle.

Farm office

07 FEB 2020