WIND farms worth almost $5 billion are poised to be built across Victoria.
ANOTHER Victorian free-range piggery is being threatened with closure under the state’s planning laws.
THE Federal Government has acknowledged it needs to give Murray-Darling Basin communities “greater certainty”.
THERE to shut down the company, this managing director found a nation willing him to do the opposite, writes ROB HARRIS
A POTENTIAL spike in deaths from a Victorian coalmine fire will be investigated when an inquiry into the blaze is reopened.
FARMERS have laughed off a claim that laboratory-grown beef is more sustainable than cattle farming.
THE Victorian Liberals may walk away from a Coalition deal to not contest seats held by the National Party.
HARVARD University could not provide any evidence it has carried out “due diligence” in protecting Aboriginal objects on a property it is developing.
CATTLEMEN believe they can defeat a plan to permanently ban cattle grazing from Victoria’s national parks.
PETA has refused to reveal what information it based its campaign against rodeos on.
SOUTHEAST Australian farmers are hoping predicted rain for Easter will materialise.
THE Ellis family of Glengarry West knows the pulling power of free-range eggs. Read their story in FARM, free in this week’s The Weekly Times.
WHEN Kaniva grower Alwyn Dyer first grew durum wheat he almost dismissed it after one poor season.
THE West Australian Labor Party’s plan to ban GM crops if it wins government may be stopped by the WA Coalition.
THE bitumen bandits have returned, swindling rural Victorians out of thousands of dollars.
VICTORIA enjoys an abundance of brown coal, which has provided cheap electrical power for generations.
FOR more than a decade, the Australian dairy industry has not grown.
SENATOR John Madigan’s attempt to muddy the waters on the Murray Darling Basin Plan are reckless.
Hundreds of exhibitors showcased their products and services at Farm World.59
Picola and District round one: Picola United Blues v Yarroweyah Grasshoppers.46
This week’s sales included Wycheproof, Wodonga and Lawsons Angus.62
The Wodonga Raiders Football Club was snapped at training last week.16
DAIRY prices in Fonterra’s GlobalDairyTrade auction have plunged for the second time in a fortnight.
THE current high beef cattle prices are lower than the levels of the 1970s.
THE price for wheat is expected to remain volatile as the world’s grain growing nations look to the US red wheat crop.
A TWO-horse pull-power hay press will be displayed at the International Harvester Historic Baling Festival.
GETTING the right blend in a feed ration can make a significant difference to the health of a herd.
THE remains of more than 50 greyhounds have been found dumped in bushland near Bundaberg in Queensland.
SYDNEY great Daryn Cresswell knew the challenge when he agreed to coach Wodonga Raiders.
THE youngsters were out in force at Werribee last week for Dressage with the Stars.
LAST October, I wheeled a barrow-load of mixed sheep and poultry manure into my vegetable patch.
IT HAPPENS every autumn, especially in the vegetable garden.
IF YOU’RE growing your own backyard tucker, it’s gloriously satisfying but a never-ending job.
SO here’s a monster vegetable, in both senses of the word — big and freakish.
TRIBUTES to the late Malcolm Fraser flowed in parliament last week.
WHAT? Haven’t you ever seen a calf wearing the latest in galvanised iron jewellery?
WITH the centenary of the Gallipoli landing fast approaching, the Anzacs are front of mind for many.
PHILLIP Island is synonymous with penguins.
HIKING through Wilsons Promontory National Park is just one of the lures which pull visitors to Gippsland.