Satellite data helps herd management

Satellite data helps herd management

Only about one quarter of producers do any form of written feed budget

Infrastructure and Tec...

06 FEBRUARY 2017
Barbed-wire reclaimer

Barbed-wire reclaimer

An old steel wheel and washing machine repurposed for fencing

On-farm

03 FEBRUARY 2017
Barnaby heads to Berlin for G20 trade talks

Barnaby heads to Berlin for G20 trade talks

Strengthening ties with Australia's second largest trading partner

On-farm

20 JANUARY 2017
Good hay depends on good storage

Good hay depends on good storage

With abundant hay supplies this year, good storage will be essential to ensure quality is maintained...

Livestock General

19 JANUARY 2017
APVMA to move to NSW

APVMA to move to NSW

Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority to move to NSW

Markets

28 NOVEMBER 2016
National's leader to stand down

National's leader to stand down

NSW Nationals leader to resign after Orange by-election

On-farm

14 NOVEMBER 2016
Spray on plastic could be a breakthrough for CSIRO

Spray on plastic could be a breakthrough for CSIRO

Spray-on plastic being developed for cropping to trap in moisture and keep out weeds

Future of Farming

07 NOVEMBER 2016
$2m funding to target pest animals in Qld

$2m funding to target pest animals in Qld

FARMERS in drought-affected regions across Queensland are set to benefit from an additional $2 million...

Archive

19 SEPTEMBER 2016
Tamworth's pulse and grains research showcased internationally

Tamworth's pulse and grains research showcased internationally

PULSE and cereal grains research conducted at the NSW Department of Primary Industries Tamworth Agricultural...

Agronomy

05 SEPTEMBER 2016
NSW alert for Russian wheat aphid

NSW alert for Russian wheat aphid

FOLLOWING new confirmations of Russian wheat aphids near Griffith, Jerilderie and Swan Hill on the Victorian...

Archive

29 AUGUST 2016
Farmers face extra costs; potential trade chaos after EID tag system shake-up

Farmers face extra costs; potential trade chaos after EID tag system shake-up

THE Victorian government's decision to introduce mandatory electronic identification tags for sheep and...

Archive

24 AUGUST 2016
Sorghum variety passes the test

Sorghum variety passes the test

IN A search for an alternative sorghum to his other varieties, New South Wales grower Gary Crombie was...

Agronomy

24 AUGUST 2016