LACHIE and Andrina Graham, of Argyle Prestige Meats at Harden, southern NSW, have 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.
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
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
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.
Farming is a family way of life for the Galpins, of Penola in South Australia's South East.
EXTENSIVE research and trial and error have enabled a farming operation to move into new territory.
THE Golder family's Riverina property thrives on a mixture of sheep and crop growing.
ASPARAGUS is a fast-growing and lucrative crop in South Gippsland.
NAIVETY is the key for one family looking to rescue their farm.