Last Updated: September 05, 2015

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No mucking around

FEW brands have as good a reputation for carting poo as Germany’s Fliegl, and now they’re coming to Australia.

A farmer’s eye in the sky

A NEW unmanned aerial vehicle allows farmers to check on what’s happening around their property.

Major brands join demonstration

SOUTHERN Farming Systems is holding a boom spray demonstration day.

A farmer’s eye in the sky

A farmer’s eye in the sky

A NEW unmanned aerial vehicle allows farmers to check on what’s happening around their property.

Major brands join demonstration

Major brands join demonstration

SOUTHERN Farming Systems is holding a boom spray demonstration day.

No mucking around

No mucking around

FEW brands have as good a reputation for carting poo as Germany’s Fliegl, and now they’re coming to Australia.

New direction in crop methods

New direction in crop methods

THERE are some clever ideas being used in cropping to maximise yield and minimise outlay.

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The Shed

The pharmacy that time forgot

Dow's Pharmacy Museum

IN 1968 Childtern local Hilda Dow simply turned the lock on her pharmacy and never reopened.

One very pampered Cougar

John Spunner Cougar

ENTHUSIAST John Spunner is meticulous about caring for his 1970 Mercury Boss Cougar Eliminator.

Valiant work helps carve a niche

Craig Jones - Shed

CRAIG Jones created a wooden version of his 1965 Chrysler Valiant ute.

Last laugh in Kelly’s vault

Last laugh in Kelly’s vault

WAS Ned Kelly the quintessential Australian Robin Hood, a larrikin who ended up on the wrong side of the law, or a thug?

Motoring

Ford smooths out new Ranger

Ford smooths out new Ranger

HANDLING rough dirt roads is where Ford has made its most impressive improvement to its new Ranger.

Disco Sport spins right mix

Supplied Cars Carsguide 8124m - Land Rover Discovery Sport

IF YOU’RE looking for a bit of off-road luxury, Land Rover has a hit a sweet spot with Discovery Sport HSE.

Everest’s altitude slickness

Everest’s altitude slickness

MEET the future of the Australian automotive industry — a world away in Thailand.

Hyundai gambles on new name

Supplied Cars Carsguide 8228m - Hyundai Tucson

WHAT’S in a name? Hyundai is about to find out.

Seeding focus at field day

Seeding focus at field day

AGRICULTURAL research engineer Jack Desbiolles will be at the Birchip Cropping Group Main Field Day.

Softer on the pocket

Mallee Machinery Field Days

A RUBBER torsion system that cuts seeder bar wear and maintenance costs was on display at the Mallee Machinery Field Days.

Plot thickens on discs, tynes

SFS Seeder Demonstration.

THE results from Southern Farming Systems Inverleigh Seeder Day have been inspected in a recent follow-up tour.

Spreading word on wide throws

Spreading word on wide throws

GETTING a good throw on urea is the goal for fertiliser spreaders.

Going south

Going south

EXCLUSIVE: CHINA will turn to South America if Australia backs away from a landmark trade agreement, NFF chief Simon Talbot says.

Salary cap’s big savings

Weekly Times Sherrin Footy

SOME Central Victorian AFL clubs could save up to$70,000 when the statewide salary cap comes into effect in 2017.

Bull sales charge up

Dunoon Angus sale Holbrook

MONTHS of stellar beef returns are being reflected in millions of dollars spent on bulls in the past week.

A farmer’s eye in the sky

A farmer’s eye in the sky

A NEW unmanned aerial vehicle allows farmers to check on what’s happening around their property.

Keeping farmers posted

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OUTBACK postie Dave Hammond has a mail run so long it is a tourist attraction.

Teasing rain not enough

Teasing rain not enough

THE Bureau of Meteorology’s rain forecast of 25-50mm for Victoria failed to arrive on Wednesday.