JUSTIN LAW NO-TILL seeding has many benefits, but one of the trade-offs is rougher paddocks.
JUSTIN LAW FASTER headers and bigger silos for more on-farm grain storage is boosting a market for high-capacity grain augers.
PAUL GOVER SALES of Jeeps in Australian are on the rise.
LIKE a lot of 1950s utes, Terry Sullivan’s International L110 has seen a bit of action as a workhorse.
BY MODERN motoring standards, the Land Rover Defender falls down on many fronts.
COMPETITION is running hot in the van segment and that means great deals for customers.
WHEN John Potts brings out his hand-built tractor to display at rallies, people gather to take photos.
SALES of Jeeps in Australian are on the rise.
THE Canter can return to fight fires after Mitsubishi-Fuso’s reintroduction of crucial low-range gearing.
SUBARU leads car makers on price rollbacks in Australia, which should make the Forester even more likable.
DESIGNING cars is a dream job for many and before computers came along, it was an art form.
THE Victorian Agricultural Shows Association has defended the number of field days held in Victoria.
Swan Hill field days Second year for Swan Hill
SOME sites are still available for the second running of the Swan Hill Region Field Days on April 22.
BEYONDBLUE has praised Farm World organisers for putting a firm focus on health and wellbeing this year.
THE sight of a Kelpie pup shepherding a bunch of disdainful ducks never fails to draw an enthusiastic crowd.
DESPITE support from thousands of Aussies, Matilda’s Frozen Fruit is still waiting to lock in supermarket contracts.
PLANTS are growing faster than people can harvest them, with vegetation on the advance around the planet.