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- Cattle buyers are recommending northern weaner producers reinvest in their operations and take on yard weaning as an extra marketing tool.
- Dragonfruit is the new cool, and no wonder why with its perfumed fruit and visually crunchy texture.
- Melbourne-based agri-tech company Agersens is set to make its virtual fencing system available later this year.
- The Pawley family's "Bonny Rigg" at Rowena has hit the market.
- Picking the right variety to capitalise on early sowing times is proving a savvy way to plant canola. But soil nitrogen levels always help to minimise risk.
- Wingen weaner producers Karl and Shirley Casban, “Springvale”, will sell 50 Charolais-Angus-cross mixed sex weaners at the Scone weaner sale on April 20.
- Government’s latest Gender Equity report should make uncomfortable reading for the farm sector
- Averaging about 850,000 visitors annually, the Sydney Royal Easter Show is the largest ticketed annual event in the southern hemisphere.
- Government says the appointments represent a changing of the guard at Local Land Services
- A long term vision cut short presents a valuable opportunity for a grazier to snap up a slice of high-rainfall heaven.