FARMING leaders believe trust in the RSPCA has eroded to new lows.
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has been slammed as “irrelevant” by some of the nation’s biggest wool growers.
EUROPE could soon have exclusive use of food terms such as parmesan, feta and chorizo.
ANGLERS want to set a bag limit for the new trout cod fishery at a single fish.
VICTORIA’S game reserves should be run by the state’s Game Management Authority, says MP Daniel Young.
EXCLUSIVE: NORTHERN Victorian fruit growers are bracing for the likely closure of another key export market.
UPDATE: VICTORIAN Greens leader Greg Barber says his party will oppose the privatisation of the Port of Melbourne.
FONTERRA Australia has set a fixed based milk price average of $5.80 a kilogram of milk solids for next season.
A MAN has been charged with stealing a cattle byproduct from a Queensland slaughterhouse.
UPDATE: Federal Government to bring forward tax breaks for farmers who invest in new fencing and water infrastructure.
SELLING wool that did not match its description has cost a wool buyer $15,000.
ONE of Victoria’s farmer-driven research extension groups will celebrate 20 years this winter.
Victorian Nationals discuss the changing face of their party and how they plan to represent country Victorians.23
Photographers show their best country footy photos from the weekend.108
THE tide of public opinion is starting to turn on one of this nation’s oldest animal-welfare organisations, the RSPCA.
THIS year’s federal Budget left Australia’s agriculture sector feeling understandably neglected and disappointed.
YOU could be forgiven for thinking beef producers would be optimistic as the industry enjoys its best prices ever.
Dairy Camel Sale to be held at Shepparton on May 30. With over 200 camels it's the biggest in Victoria.10
This weeks sales included Myrtleford and Wodonga.20
They’re up there with Vegemite and the Hills hoist.12
If Sally Everett had her time again she’d be a fashion designer.25
AUSTRALIA is likely to keep its $280 million share of the European Union beef market.
AGRICULTURE Minister Barnaby Joyce is under fire from his colleagues about his plan to move GRDC to Wagga Wagga.
CHINA’S appetite for dairy products is expected to remain weak until the end of this year.
THERE is no replacement for displacement and as the demand for more power increases, tracked tractors gain popularity.
AUSSIE Pumps has released high-capacity three- and four-inch units for dam-to-dam and fast water cart filling.
BROADACRE farmers will know you can wreck a header front by running it through uneven and stony ground.
QUEENSLAND Greyhound Hall of Fame trainer Ron Ball has been banned from the industry for life.
ONE competition not taking part in interleague matches this weekend has taken the chance to go completely outside the box.
UPDATES on the interleague teams ahead of the Worksafe Country Championships on May 23.
A COUPLE of days ago I got stuck into an old quince tree that desperately needed rejuvenating.
I’M OFTEN asked if I have any particular favourite plants.
AS MOST plants start to drift into winter dormancy, the number of garden jobs to be carried out increases.
I SPENT a recent rainy Sunday morning in the kitchen cooking up a stew for later in the week.
THE persimmon is definitely one of the more esoteric finds in the stores and farmers’ markets at this time of the year.
WITH eight ingredients and just six steps, readers can have themselves a healthy and tasty snack.
SO maybe bulls that act like dogs aren’t so unusual after all.
YOU couldn’t find more fitting wedding transport for an agricultural contractor than a convoy of tractors.
SAMANTHA Anderson was amazed to find this barrage of road signs in Point Lonsdale recently.
THERE’S an opera singer giving her rendition of Carman Miranda on a magnificent day in the King Valley.
UNREAL experiences await visitors to New Orleans, writes ROSLYN LANIGAN
THOUGHTS of auditioning for cooking shows are dashed as I watch holes appear in my strudel pastry in Budapest.