THE Coalition will invest $4 million into aerial baiting of wild dogs throughout the next term of Government.
STATE farming organisations could be merged under a radical plan to unify agricultural representation.
WITH just over a month to go until the election, most Victorians still don’t know who the opposition leader is.
FORMER Prime Minister Gough Whitlam has died at age 98.
UPDATE: BARNABY Joyce says biosecurity remains “the greatest threat” to Australian agriculture.
TOTAL fire bans have declared across much of South Australia today, with temperatures to hit 40C.
TWO teenagers have been arrested after leading police on two separate chases through northern Victoria.
LABOR says Barnaby Joyce’s future plan for agricultural is full of problems but light on solutions.
HAIL and heavy rain has flattened some Wheabelt crops, causing thousands of dollars damage.
MINING and agriculture can only coexist if the health of aquifers and waterways can be safeguarded.
SKIPTON’s wool growing community has plenty to celebrate this year.
DRESSAGE riders made the most of the weekend with competitions at Boneo Park and Werribee Park.
IT’S the ultimate events calendar for any culture vulture.
LAUNCHING a website that allows landholders to search what mining licences surround their property is welcome news.
IT SHOULD be up to industry, not government, where R&D bodies are based, writes ROB HARRIS
THE inaugural Tuppal Food and Fibre Festival celebrated the region’s finest produce over three days, with seven food and fibre pavilio...30
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Victoria’s Minister for Agriculture Peter Walsh at a Rural Press Club event.6
Promises, promises Pollies roll out pork barrel to win votes
VOTERS in marginal seats are being showered with promises in the lead-up to November 29’s Victorian election.
TV attacks Parties resort to ad scare tactics
VICTORIA’S political parties have revealed their campaign strategies with new ads to air on televisions from today.
Ed Smith from Southern Rural Water at Pykes Creek Reservoir0:49
A cold wintry blast has blanketed the Alps with residents of Falls Creek waking to around 10cm of fresh snow. Temperatures plummeted to mid winter levels at minus 3.7C. Further snow flurries are expected tomorrow. Locals revelled in snow play today at the Alpine Village0:34
AUSTRALIA will export its agricultural expertise to help Chinese producers grow clean green food under a new alliance.
THE national dairy industry is “not sustainable” to service a growing domestic and export market.
MINIMUM wool bale weights will be under consideration again next week.
SEASON and farmgate milk price jitters affected buyers’ confidence at Camperdown today.
DRY conditions weakened restocker appetite for sheep last week at the sale of 11,000 sheep at Wycheproof.
PRICES at Ballarat were cheaper today with steers estimated by agents to be $50-70 easier.
FENDT has released six new 700 Series Vario tractors into Australia.
SILVAN Australia has just released the new G2E trailed 4000-litre sprayer.
ANY downward movement in the exchange rate will leave most primary producers are cheering from the paddocks.
AS the siren sounded on his soccer career, Mark Judd vowed to improve the game’s presence in Gippsland.
THE racing industry is reeling following the death of a second female jockey in two days.
A DREAM to develop a sustainable cricket bat industry has proved a labour of love for Ian Callen.
SOMETIMES even the most hardy of flowering performers need a good feed to lift their spirits.
AFTER almost four months away from our vegetable patch I returned to be confronted by giant weeds.
FOR 27 years Open Gardens Australia has been showcasing beautiful properties around the nation.
TAHINI, or sesame seed paste, is a staple of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cooking.
RICOTTA is an Italian curd cheese. Made from whey, it is traditionally a byproduct of making cheeses such as mozzarella.
BREAKFAST can be a rushed affair during the week.
FINDING family-friendly activities in big cities isn’t always easy, but San Fran is full of them.
TRAVELLERS are encouraged to return to the Blue Mountains, as the region recovers from bushfires.
IT is the world’s most populous nation, and home to villages that haven’t changed in hundreds of years.