BARNABY Joyce questions practicalities of RSPCA’s push for mandatory reporting of animal cruelty.
Bee-Jay Machinery in Shepparton closed its gates and informing seven staff that it would no longer trade.
LONGERENONG College has been forced to cap student enrolments due to unprecedented demand.
THE Bushfires Royal Commission Implementation Monitor commends significant progress towards safety.
UPDATE: THE climate change sceptic who reviewed the RET denies his views coloured his work.
THE final approval for the alternative to mulesing, SkinTraction, could be close.
SOUTH Australia’s dairy lobby group has returned to the national organisation Australian Dairy Farmers.
HORSE breeder Jennifer Emanuel hopes to prove her neigh-sayers wrong at the Royal Melbourne Show.
AUSTRALIA is without a registered treatment for Theileria, despite numerous cases emerging each week.
SHAUN the sheep has had his first ever haircut at the ripe old aged of six.
FARMERS and landholders would be equipped to quell bushfires under a bold plan.
FOOTY finals are fast approaching with the pressure to qualify ramping up.41
TATYOON proved its premiership credentials with a 102-point demolition of Hawkesdale-Macarthur on the weekend.40
PRICES for Angus steers were solid at the Bairnsdale sale where medium weights reached over 200c/kg and the 2000 cattle offered at Wodonga w...12
A LOOK at the goings-on about the world.15
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
Control traffic farming prompted a Lake Bolac ag contractor to go for this John Deere spreader.
ONGOING drought conditions have affected Australian wool production.
AUSTRALIAN beef prices are forecast to increase 3.5 per cent in 2014-15.
UPDATE: ANGUS bulls sold to $11,000 and averaged $5371 at Dunoon near Holbrook today.
INCREASED local and feedlot competition helped lift rates across the 1200 head yarding at Warrnambool.
CATTLE went south from Hay’s store market today as the divide in the season played its hand.
HARVESTING crop farmers are now able to maintain a complete record of grain from the tractor cab.
THE growing trend towards on-farm storage has seen a boom for augers and conveyors.
THE ABILITY to see everything around a big machine can provide peace of mind for the operator.
AUSTRALIA’S Reiners finished in fifth place in the teams reining event at the World Equestrian Games.
AUSTRALIA’S dressage riders scored well in their World Equestrian Games tests in France on Monday and Tuesday.
CRIB Point president Darren Adams says the club’s moneyball strategy could topple its cashed-up rivals.
IF you haven’t even seen any frogs in your garden lately, start worrying.
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.
ASPARAGUS comes into its own during the spring-summer months.
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.
BAD luck if you were hungry and in need of a meal at the Lake Boga pub last week.
GOOD to equal opportunity working well in the Victorian Nationals team.
MOST pooches love a sleeping partner and they’re not fussy if it’s another dog or a cat. Except this one.
CASTLEMAINE rocks. And that’s not a reference to the renowned sweet candy — Castlemaine Rock.
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.