VICTORIA’S mountain cattlemen are pleading for Labor to rethink its tough love stance on alpine grazing.
A PLAN to plant 20 million new trees nationwide must not replicate the “fiasco” of forestry MIS, farmers warn.
THE Coalition faces a $120 million-a-year budget hole on its Murray-Darling Basin plan beyond 2017.
ACCC launches legal action against petrol retailers and a fuel market data group, alleging they had shared price information.
A MAN in his 30s died when he was thrown from a rolling car in a crash on the Calder Freeway in New Gisborne.
DRUG crime is soaring at alarming levels across regional Victoria due to a saturation of the drug ice in country towns, it is claimed.
RED tape will be slashed for beekeepers as a result of changes to be introduced into the Victorian Parliament today.
A FARMER from Laanecoorie has pleaded guilty to three animal cruelty offences relating to failure to provide proper and sufficient feed to his cattle.
AUSTRALIAN super foodies can add another vegie to their hipster plates — kale sprouts.
BUSINESSES caught supplying swill for feed could face fines of more than $50,000 under new laws.
BEST practices for mulesing, tail docking and castration are awaiting government approval.
THE problem with a big forecast rain event is that farmer confidence can be quite dented if it doesn’t eventuate.
THE iconic Mount Waverley camellia festival blossomed over the weekend with more than 800 visitors.19
REGIONAL Victorians want a clear answer on whether or not we will see a coal-seam-gas industry.
DELIVERING fewer letters to more addresses is unsustainable
ALL the country footy action from the weekend.41
LEITCHVILLE-Gunbower has overcome the longest of odds to post a six-point win in extra time in Heathcote District league’s qualifying ...43
CLYDESDALES have roamed the paddocks of this Culcairn property for the past 25 years.12
A LOOK at what is happening about the world.27
Step aside, goat's milk. A new milk option is available for the U.S. consumer... and it's camel's milk. Charles Passy joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero for a taste test. Photo: Videoblocks2:51
Ever wonder why steakhouse steaks are so tastyand costly? WSJs Tanya Rivero takes you behind the curtain at NYY Steak Midtown, where Chef Alex Garcia reveals his secrets. From the meat, to the cut, to the dry aging and the prep, well show you what it takes to make amazing steaks.3:32
RIGHT TO FARM
AFTER months of protests, Whitehaven has officially begun open-cut mining at its flagship Maules Creek site in northern NSW.
DAIRY heifers worth almost $200 million were exported from Australia last financial year.
SHEEP, wool and goat producer lobby groups have stepped up their opposition to mandatory e-tags.
THIS week’s cattle and dairy sale dates.
PRICES were hot at Ballarat today where steers sold to over 250c/kg.
THE wave of enthusiasm for store cattle hit Tumut in NSW today where prices were better than expected.
NEW Massey Ferguson tractor and farm machinery ranges will be revealed at the Vision of the Future Expo.
IF THE US Farmfest trade show is anything to go by, the real buzz around the future of farming is overhead.
COOLER running is one of the features of Dieci Australia’s new Poultry Pro Series 7 telehandler.
YARRAWONGA star Craig Ednie’s hopes of a second Morris Medal as the O&M best-and-fairest have been dashed.
BENALLA is primed to break its 41-year premiership drought after setting a club record 16-game winning streak.
POLICE are investigating after an Omeo-Benambra player allegedly struck a spectator at Swan Reach on Saturday.
IF you want to learn quickly how to grow vegetables, get yourself a passionate teacher.
ONE day there was a massive, healthy camellia in bloom, then fire came.
SPRING beckons, so it’s time to put in the hard work right now for your warm-weather colour spectacular.
SOUTH Australian Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis has come to Maggie Beer’s support.
EVERYONE has probably heard of the soup resulting in the combination of leek and potato.
OKRA is one of those vegetables you might see in a store but not understand what you can do with it.
THE Weekly Times’ writer Peter Hemphill discovered this PETA shirt while on a road trip in the US.
HOW bogged is bogged? When even a back hoe can’t dig itself out.
IT was while Gippsland farmers Paul and Jenny O’Sullivan were in Europe the idea dawned on them.
KIM Rycroft proudly shows off Saladin Lodge, built after Black Saturday bushfires.
TOURISTS who travel to Australia and see Sydney but not Melbourne don’t know what they are missing out on.