SOUTHWEST Victorian dairy farmers will have to wait to learn if they have sold their properties to a foreign-backed investor.
AN English backpacker is leaving Victoria after “a harrowing experience” working on Mildura farms.
THE vendors wanted $240,000 for the Kerrigans’ holiday house at Bonnie Doon. But buyers have told them they were dreaming.
UPDATE: THE “bitumen bandits” have approached several properies in the NSW Riverina this week.
A SMALL-BUSINESS owner has strongly hit back at claims he paid a young Italian backpacker less than $2 an hour for four weeks’ work.
THE Minister for Agriculture has called for live export critics to end their “irrational and misleading attacks”.
THREE mates wrote themselves into the IDW history books with the first colour breed to ever win the overall champion.
FORMER Liberal MP Neil Andrew will be the next chair of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority.
ABOUT $3.4 million lies unclaimed by Australian grain growers who delivered to wheat pools in the late 1980s.
HELP has come from as far away as France, Queensland and Western Australia for victims of the Moyston fire.
Brett and Liz Barnes’ winery, Star Lane, has been awarded a five-star rating in the James Halliday 2015 wine companion.11
IF YOU want to make the best beer in the world, you need the best water.
WHEN baby Lucas Whitelegg nearly died of a rare condition, his family travelled 500km for medical help.
AT FIRST glance, Bobbie Bear is an unassuming purple, lavender and wheat-filled toy.
SAFET Kutrolli was sitting around, having a few drinks with his mates, when he had the idea.
THERE has always been something endearing about cattle but now, as beef prices at last rise sharply, we have reason to love them a little bit more.
LABOR lands new fans by rescuing Lake Toolondo, writes CHRIS McLENNAN
International Dairy Week kicked off with a bang on January 19.77
The cattle price rise stalled at Wodonga today but it was more quality than demand that kept rates from rising again.41
IT’S been a dream season at Long Lane Capers.12
The Weekly Times attended the Wodonga, Casterton, Naracoorte, Yea, Colac and Camperdown cattle sales last week.36
SO FAR so good for the world’s only 60-foot front that has been in operation in Australian wheat and barley. WATCH THE VIDEO
Noxious fish Tilapia in power station pondage
A LARGE population of one of the world’s most invasive fish species is living in a small Victorian lake.
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The MidWest Durus Premium 60-foot (18m) draper front owned by Bingham Harvesting has been at work in Bolac White wheat in Skipton, Victoria. The Weekly Times Justin Law caught up with Dan Bingham to find out how the worlds biggest header front was performing.2:16
AUSTRALIA’S largest private fruit and vegetable producer, Costa Group, is up for sale.
AUSTRALIAN wine exports rose 1.9 per cent in volume and value last year.
RAIN last week helped save money on irrigation in northern Victoria.
CATTLE producers showed their hand with selective bidding at day two of the female sale at Wodonga.
JOINED heifers sold to a top of $1760 at Yea’s annual feature female sale today.
HEIFERS topped at $850 a head at Naracoorte in South Australia today.
JOHN Deere will launch into Australia its first large square baler.
CHAMBERLAIN will be the feature tractor marque at the Quambatook’s Harvest Days this weekend.
A POSITIVE air precision seeding system for broadacre cropping is what PFG Australia is offering.
JAKE and Jayme Clancy have been on the water almost as long as they've been on their feet.
VIC Country finished second in the Australian Country Cricket Championships behind Queensland.
GEELONG youngster Jackson Thurlow gets a reminder about his serious kidney injury almost every time he walks down the stairs.
TOMATO plants tend to behave in weird ways, especially while in strong, active growth.
LILIUMS can be the most neglected plants in our gardens, but every year they will burst into bloom.
THERE’S little point in spending months growing vegetables and fruit if they are not correctly harvested.
WHEN bananas get a little old they can make the perfect base for a moist, flavoursome cake.
WHILE raw fish may seem to be a strange dinner choice, it is quite delicious when prepared properly.
PATRICIA Boyer of Castlemaine shares her recipe on how to preserve olives.
SHARKS have terrified Aussie beachgoers across the nation this summer, but this odd looking beast might be the scariest of them all.
AUDREY Hurst was driving to Bridgewater near Bendigo when she saw this hay bale caterpillar.
THE age of the food allergy craze seems to have crossed into the animal kingdom.