Do you remember the sponge? Soft, so soft, and in our family usually vanilla, and lashings of cream with
As a parent, or in my case parent and grandparent, the nightmare is always going to be that call in the
If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, farming is stuffed.
America has become the most sophisticated Third World economy on the planet. According to documentaries
As kids we never had a money tree in our backyard. Not even hidden away in one of the back paddocks,
MY OLD grandad Frank was notorious in our family for stretching the longbow.
Is it any wonder us poor cockies are developing a bit of a siege mentality. What with governments telling
Have you heard the one about the airline, the miners, Canberra and the farmers? Probably not. Because
I forget which one of those scientific brainiacs came up with it – maybe Newton (the weirdo with the
Coal seam gas. Three words that stink, right across rural areas of the eastern seaboard. When they
If it wasn't so serious it would be hilarious. First Coles tries to tear the dairy industry apart.
(or how the dollar makes absolutely no cents – economically speaking) I hate economists. They're right
Fair bloody dinkum. It's September and the Christmas decorations are already going up in the shops.
If you're an irrigator I hope you can hold a tune. Such as whistling Dixie. Because and let's call
Here's the wake up call of all wake up calls. My harvester is in better shape than me. How do I know
It took me a long time to work it out. That my old man took untold pleasure, for too many years, in
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