2014 Farmer of the Year
WELCOME to the launch of The Weekly Times Coles 2014 Farmer of the Year awards.
SARAH HUDSON STEPHEN Walter is fond — he confesses — of greeting visitors to his Wimmera cropping farm with a garden fork.
FIONA MYERS NORTH East farmers Justin and Alice Colclough are taking their first steps on their dairying journey.
FIONA MYERS ONE farming enterprise in northern Victoria has used a crop of strategies to make their business successful.
SARAH HUDSON IN ANCIENT mythology, a cornucopia was a magic goat’s horn, overflowing with abundance.
SARAH HUDSON MOST farmers, Bruce Harington-Hawes reckons, like to produce a quality product.
ALEX SAMPSON AFTER years picking tulips for her parents, Els Bakker swore she would never marry a tulip grower.
SIMONE SMITH ANY dairy farmer will tell you a well-reared heifer is crucial to their business.
FIONA MYERS RAISING the bar in sheep productivity is par for the cause for one NSW Riverina sheep producer.
JAMES WAGSTAFF IT’S been a big few months for Lachie and Andrina Graham.
DROUGHT SUPPORT Winner gives back
JAMES WAGSTAFF THE Weekly Times Coles Farmer of the Year winner Argyle Prestige Meats is helping drought-affected farmers.
LACHIE and Andrina Graham, of Argyle Prestige Meats at Harden, southern NSW, have been crowned The Weekly Times Coles 2013 Farmer of the Year.
AUSTRALIA’S largest paddock-to-plate beef operation has been crowned The Weekly Times Coles 2013 Farmer of the Year.
TONY Fox has managed to fashion a heart out of wheat - just in time for Valentine's Day.
Simone Smith PAUL Lenehan has finally made a move into the world of stud cattle.
JOE Pignataro had some berry big ideas as a 17-year-old, writes ALEX SAMPSON
Sarah Hudson A SOUTH Australian couple have become free-range battlers, writes SARAH HUDSON
VET help is on hand at a teaching dairy farm, writes SIMONE SMITH
Fiona Myers RUNNING a farm to feed a butcher shop is all in a day's work for the Nelsons.
THREE'S a great crowd when it comes to sheep studs, writes SANDRA GODWIN
DUST storms were taking their toll, so Tony Fox outsmarted them.
Kate Dowler Farming is a family way of life for the Galpins, of Penola in South Australia's South East.
Emma Field EXTENSIVE research and trial and error have enabled a farming operation to move into new territory.
James Wagstaff THE Golder family's Riverina property thrives on a mixture of sheep and crop growing.
Sarah Hudson ASPARAGUS is a fast-growing and lucrative crop in South Gippsland.
Sarah Hudson NAIVETY is the key for one family looking to rescue their farm.
Kate Dowler THE Wallises of Pinaroo are a rare breed of sheep diehards.
Emma Field JOHN Murdoch's accountancy skills are a boon on the family farm.
Sarah Hudson RESILIENCE and hard work can fend off all challengers.
James Wagstaff MILLING their own organic flour is proving as winner for the Walkers, of Barellan.
SPRING prices for young lambs are expected to settle despite a rocky start to the season.