Last Updated: July 23, 2014

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DROUGHT SUPPORT Winner gives back

THE Weekly Times Coles Farmer of the Year winner Argyle Prestige Meats is helping drought-affected farmers.

Farmer of the Year glory

Andrina and Lachie Graham
LACHIE and Andrina Graham, of Argyle Prestige Meats at Harden, southern NSW, have been crowned The Weekly Times Coles 2013 Farmer of the Year.

Grahams win Farmer of the Year

 Lachie & Andrina Graham - Argyle Prestige Meats at Harden NSW.
AUSTRALIA’S largest paddock-to-plate beef operation has been crowned The Weekly Times Coles 2013 Farmer of the Year.

A heart of gold

Crops Tony Fox
TONY Fox has managed to fashion a heart out of wheat - just in time for Valentine's Day.

Dairy stud gamble a winner

Paul Lenehan
PAUL Lenehan has finally made a move into the world of stud cattle.

Fresh food boy to king

Oz Fresh Strawberries
JOE Pignataro had some berry big ideas as a 17-year-old, writes ALEX SAMPSON

Fight for free-range

Barrett family free-range eggs
A SOUTH Australian couple have become free-range battlers, writes SARAH HUDSON

Dairy's class act

Wilson family dairy
VET help is on hand at a teaching dairy farm, writes SIMONE SMITH

Nelsons raise the baa

Tolland Meat
RUNNING a farm to feed a butcher shop is all in a day's work for the Nelsons.

Chops the real grain changer

Andrew Donnan
THREE'S a great crowd when it comes to sheep studs, writes SANDRA GODWIN

Foxes takes direct approach

Tony Fox
DUST storms were taking their toll, so Tony Fox outsmarted them.

Galpin family's livestock love

Galpin family
Farming is a family way of life for the Galpins, of Penola in South Australia's South East.

Delegate breaks new ground

John Jeffreys
EXTENSIVE research and trial and error have enabled a farming operation to move into new territory.

A Golder opportunity

Golder
THE Golder family's Riverina property thrives on a mixture of sheep and crop growing.

Allan's spear delight

Allan
ASPARAGUS is a fast-growing and lucrative crop in South Gippsland.

Inglenook Dairy a bottler

Dairy milk
NAIVETY is the key for one family looking to rescue their farm.

Merino to the max

Glenlea Park
THE Wallises of Pinaroo are a rare breed of sheep diehards.

Murdochs make cents of it

Murchdoch
JOHN Murdoch's accountancy skills are a boon on the family farm.

Flowerdale Farm sprouts

Rattray
RESILIENCE and hard work can fend off all challengers.

Walkers go with the grain

Bettina
MILLING their own organic flour is proving as winner for the Walkers, of Barellan.

Boer goats bleat the rest

Boet goat
BUSHFIRE ravaged David and Connie Northey's 36ha Myrrhee cattle farm in Victoria's North East in 2007.

Tingulla Farms win hay race

Hay story
THE odds were tough, but entering the field of racehorse hay supply set a Katunga couple on a true course.

Kellys serve up fresh vegetables

Vegetable grower Richard Kelly
THE Kelly family is vegetable growing royalty.

Dorper Pie success

Dave Hewitt's Dorper pies
THE success of the Hewitt family's Dorper enterprise shows it is no pie-in-the-sky plan.

Beef you can bank on

Angus beef farmer Mike Carroll
WHOEVER coined the phrase "you can't have your cake and eat it too" never met Mike Carroll.

Farmer of the Year returns

Farmer of the Year 2013
IT'S ON again. After the success of last year's inaugural awards, The Weekly Times Coles Farmer of the Year awards is back.

Hockey firm over GrainCorp sale

Question Time

JOE Hockey was “p---ed off” with the way ADM lobbied him over its attempt to buy GrainCorp last year, a new book reveals.

O’hAilpin kicking goals

 03/09/2011 SPORT: Carlton training at visy park.,. Setanta O'hailpin during training.,

SETANTA O’hAilpin has moved up to fourth on the country Victorian goal­kicking table.

The sheep alternative

 Terrick West Poll Merinos with Ross and Robyn McGauchie at Prairie.

THE sheep sector should be “mature enough to debate merging” its wool and sheepmeat peak councils.

Claas churns out 100,000th tractor

Claas churns out 100,000th tractor

THE European manufacturer Claas stamped its brand on its 100,000th tractor earlier this year.

Bald Archy, works on show

 Bald Archies Convenor Peter Batey at the TAP gallery in Darlinghurst as some of this years works are hung. The Bald Archies,...

BENALLA never guessed what it was unleashing on the world with its hometown boy Peter Batey.