MONTROSE Hill has withstood wool market variability, tough seasons and a swing towards cropping in the area.
SOUTHERN Victorian Merino breeders will display their wares at the annual field days.
BETTER than average wool prices and reasonable lamb and sheep prices could boost southern Merino stud sales.
THE primary purpose of the Wandin Silvan Field Days is to meet the needs of the region's farmers, but that doesn't mean the event is all about "work".
THE Wandin Silvan Field Days grew out of the productive paddocks of the Upper Yarra Valley.
THERE cannot be too many field days where directions to them can still be found in the pages of a Melbourne street directory.
TRACTOR importer Midway Sales is demonstrating its range of tractors, dozers and implements at the Wandin Silvan Field Days.
GRAIN grower and Rochester engineering company founder Lindsay Nelson says this year's grain harvest looks set to be a ripper.
A DUNSTAN Farmers Engineering chaser bin has won The Weekly Times Australian Machine of the Year Award at Elmore Field Days.
A MOWER conditioner has won The Weekly Times Imported Machine of the Year Award at the Elmore Field Days.
STOLL Boomsprays has won two major awards at the Yorke Peninsula Field days at Paskeville in South Australia.
ORGANISERS of the Elmore and District Field Days were relieved to see blue sky on the opening morning of the 50th annual event.
GRAYTILL is set to enter the ute-mounted sprayer market with the all-new SmartSpray.
PRIME livestock raising is everything to this big, keen clan, writes KATE DOWLER
THERE'S much that's new at Wyvern Station, but what hasn't changed is the quest for excellence, writes NICOLA BELL
GRAIN farming on the Mongolian steppes is a highly challenging project, writes PETER HEMPHILL
THE Hammond brothers run a very unusual operation, writes SARAH HUDSON
ACTING on instinct and sound local knowledge has paid off for a Horsham winemaker, writes SANDRA GODWIN
EXTENSIVE research and trial and error have enabled a farming operation to move into new territory, writes EMMA FIELD
AFTER a bout of illness, one family has jumped into organic farming, writes SIMONE SMITH
A DETERMINED couple have big business hooked, writes SARAH HUDSON