UPDATE: ALL the current staff at the Charlton Feedlot will keep their jobs.
A FIVE-year partnership will boost research and development for the grains industry.
THE Coalition said Labor’s NBN was a waste of money. Now we can reveal how much it has spent on its own cost-benefit studies.
VICTORIAN councils are suing thousands of people each year for unpaid rates worth millions of dollars.
WHEN the Hall family sit down tonight for a Sunday roast, there will be a newcomer at the table.
THE Department of Defence tried to avoid working with the animal welfare authority during roo culling operations at Swan Island.
CONTROLLING potato pests and diseases has been an ongoing battle around the world.
AGRICULTURE needs “credible and effective” government-driven mechanisms to reduce carbon emissions.
AUSTRALIAN wine is suffering from an image problem.
GRAHAM Masters works at Australia’s oldest pottery and is the region’s longest-working full-time potter.
PUBLIC transport is the key to attracting city people to country areas.
THERE is a school of thought that promotes the removal of all trout from Australia’s rivers, streams and lakes.
THE VFF’s Ian Feldtmann forgot to ask why PETA affiliates encourage people not to buy wool.
SHEARER Trevor Kearns prefers quality over quantity, but it was all about the numbers when he shore his millionth sheep on Friday.16
ALL the action from the 2014 Australian Sheep and Wool Show, held at Bendigo.45
JERSEY cows sold to $9000 at the dairy dispersal sale near Gundowring, while talk of better prices to come was not enough to lift rates at W...23
CHURCHILL who sit second on the ladder in the North Gippsland League, cleaned up fourth-placed Sale City by 89 points.38
THE industrial hemp industry has won the backing of the Tasmanian Government, which says it could be a valuable crop for farmers.
GIPPSLAND business calls for ‘amnesty’ on overseas workers already filling Australian labour shortages.
LEGAL proceedings between the ACCC and those behind an alleged egg cartel attempt are continuing.
A SMALL trading of about 600 store condition cattle attracted solid
THIS week’s cattle and dairy sale dates.
A WINTER yarding of cattle at Ballarat today meant prices were higher for some categories and lower for others.
ECHUCA’S Adam Auditori sells 1906 Foden traction engine to pay for steam engine restoration base.
TRACTOR BUYING GUIDE Claas churns out 100,000th tractor
THE European manufacturer Claas stamped its brand on its 100,000th tractor earlier this year.
TRACTOR BUYING GUIDE Hay days better with Fergie
WHEN David Gass bought the first new tractor in 15 years for the family farm, he knew how it would help.
LAVINGTON claimed top spot on the Ovens and Murray ladder with a win over Albury today.
PAUL Messara is to wind down his training business to assume the position of stud master at his family’s Arrowfield Stud.
ABOUT 4000 watched ex-Carlton star Brendan Fevola boot four goals for Kangaroo Flat this Good Friday.
KEEP your women away from globe artichokes was the dire warning handed out in the 16th century.
SMALLER grafted flowering gums grow true to colour and can fit in a small garden.
THE relegating to granny status of this noble, versatile and delicious fruit is a disgraceful mistake.
LIKE steak, fish can be tricky in the kitchen, and for some cooks the chances of ruination are high.
THERE are many tricks to making the perfect risotto.
CAULIFLOWER is around all year and it can be classed as one of those vegetables you love or hate.
BACK Paddock loves a bit of fashion, especially when it involves at least a bale full of wool in every outfit.
UNLIKE us humans, man’s best friend doesn’t need a wussy, chiropractically correct bed to get a decent sleep.
MILDURA trainer Shayne Cramp trained every winner in the eight-race card at Mildura last week.
BENDIGO Regional Tourism today launches an app for people who want a food and wine experience.
ASIDE from the crunch of snow underfoot, all is silent at Lake Mountain.
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