Sergio Rorato started growing vegetables in Jerilderie in 1965.
You have to cast your mind back to the early 80s to find such a big year on year boost to grain production across Australia.
Australian grain growers are looking forward to a rare mix of good yields and high prices as international concerns fuel price rises.
The cotton trade is bracing for leaner times, but has been buoyed by strong price trends after Beijing's unofficial ban on Australian exports
When growing grain, you should be able to rely on is your equipment to get the job done. That's why growers right across the country choose Geronimo when replacing or upgrading their gear.
Forest growers are encouraged to provide feedback to AFPA on a proposal to develop and extend RD&E and biosecurity levies and participate in voting.
For the past decade, South Australian grower Sam Irish has been exporting hay. It's an industry that has boomed in Australia, with hay exports increasing 20 per cent over the past five years.
Craftsman Nicholas Atallah loves to see a comfortable, worn in pair of well-made shoes that have received the love and care they need and deserve. He owns a pair of boots he bought when he was just 24 - he's now 59 - and they continue to serve him well.
Combination worm control has been widely accepted as a worm management tool for sheep producers for some time, but there has not been a combination product for lice control available - until now.
Changing tack is never easy but for those bold enough to do so, such as the Curtis family, the benefits could be enormous.
The annual society-sponsored Northern Limousin Breeders Sale will be happening this year on Friday, August 7, from 12pm to 5pm.
The Booroomooka Angus Bull Sale (August 14) will see 231 of the prestigious stud's high quality animals go under the hammer.
Many commercial beef producers are looking to the Speckle Park to improve the efficiency of their herd.
Seedstock industry leader, Hazeldean Angus, will hold its first bull sale in Tamworth on Wednesday, August 19, to better service clients in northern NSW.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service has been working hard to provide COVID-19 clinics to those in the far west.
It comes after Glen Innes, Byron shire, Ballina, the city of Lismore and the Richmond Valley were added earlier this week.
An improved season will be a drag on some agricultural production earnings this year as producers rebuild after drought, withholding livestock from market
Australia's largest dairy show International Dairy Week is the latest event to be cancelled due to COVID-19.
The updated saleyards data offers some key insights into the initial market responses to coronavirus.
The Life and Light in the Western Region Photo Competition attracted many powerful images of life on the land.
A unique sheep breed commonly referred to as "the world's cutest sheep" is creating something of a biosecurity storm in Australia.
Australian milk production is set to increase this season for the first time in three years, according to Dairy Australia's October Situation and Outlook.
Fonterra is selling its China farms for a total of $NZ555 million, after successfully developing the farms alongside local partners.
The variety of health services needed in rural communities is complex and requires tailored solutions.
The United Nations is recognising the contribution of rural women in enhancing rural development, improving food security and eradicating rural poverty.