A YOUNG Mallee farmer has been crushed by a grain silo west of Ouyen.
A GROWING number of rural and regional councils are pledging opposition to onshore gas in Victoria.
UNCERTAINTY surrounds the future of Victoria’s fox bounty program.
AN additional watering of his irrigated cereal crop should help Jerilderie grower Ian Bryce reach 7 tonne/ha yields.
THE dream of extending the life of gold mining at Stawell appears to be over.
JUST 13 of Gippsland’s 2613 secondary school graduates from last year are pursuing a career in agriculture.
A NEW video showing the work Australia has done in the live export industry has been released at the Livex Forum.
DROUGHT conditions are likely to persist into summer in eastern Australia.
IT’S the last resort for farmers who can no longer afford to feed animals on their property.
THE NSW Government may yet continue with controversial red gum thinning trials in national parks.
WITH around half the State’s hay in the bale, prices are heading higher.
BID early may be the best strategy as the feature sales of first-cross ewes ramp up in Victoria and South Australia.
REGIONAL Victoria is getting a little bit sexy.
CATTLE prices have plunged from their two-year high of just three weeks ago.
COURTROOM battles over common food names might sound quirky, but they are having far-reaching consequences.
MELBOURNE Cup Day marks the start of another important Victorian race, writes CIMARA DOUTRÉ
THE Government needs to match words with action, writes JAMES WAGSTAFF
ALL the action from last week at the saleyards including Wurrook, Corowa, Hamilton and Yea22
ALL the goings-on about the world.12
THE winners of the Victorian Regional Achievement and Community Awards were announced last Friday night at the gala presentation evening.21
NINE studs opened their gates to visitors and all reported a positive day at the southern Victorian Merino Field Day.18
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A cold wintry blast has blanketed the Alps with residents of Falls Creek waking to around 10cm of fresh snow. Temperatures plummeted to mid winter levels at minus 3.7C. Further snow flurries are expected tomorrow. Locals revelled in snow play today at the Alpine Village0:34
LAMB pricing appears to have shifted in favour of direct selling this spring.
DRY weather is hampering next season’s Russian wheat crop prospects, according to Agrimoney.com.
THE global almond market is worth an estimated US$4.5 billion, according to the latest report from Select Harvests.
SIMPLICITY and versatility are the main selling points for John Deere’s 1 Series sub-compact utility tractors.
A NEW steel flail design is a highlight for Kuhn’s range of trailed mower conditioners.
IF TOO much farming is just not enough, you can farm on your computer with the Farming Simulator series.
PAUL Henriksen is AFL Victoria’s new Vic Country Under 18 head coach for 2015.
FOOTBALL may once again keep Morwell Cricket Club off its home ground.
A LITTLE guile and preparation can make all the difference when putting in seedlings.
THERE’S not much point growing a big crop of pumpkins if the varieties selected are poor keepers.
SOMETIMES even the most hardy of flowering performers need a good feed to lift their spirits.
YOU may have cooked lamb on many occasions but still find cooking a whole leg intimidating.
HJ Heinz has recalled Golden Circle Beetroot Slices due to the potential for microbial growth.
ALMONDS are one of the great assets of the kitchen, used in both sweet and savoury cooking.
WHEN these genius Territorians had no way to cook their catch, beer came to the rescue.
YOU could almost slap a saddle on this cow and enter her in the Melbourne Cup.
DEAR Agnes, I was looking for a receipt the other day for my toaster that broke down.
SOME of Victoria’s finest scenery is on offer on the Great Alpine Road, writes SARAH HUDSON
AT FIRST, walking a steep path down into the earth’s crust does not feel so bad.
FINDING family-friendly activities in big cities isn’t always easy, but San Fran is full of them.