Sheep producers in the Riverina can improve ram selection during this year's selling season with hands on workshops to be held at Oxley and Boorooban.
Shepparton dairy farmer Duncan Crawford has been fuelling his 800 Holsteins on corn silage from varieties PAC 606 and PAC 606IT for six seasons and he doesn't plan on changing the program anytime soon.
Dohnes are pulling through the tough times and lambs are continuing to meet market demand, despite the extreme dry at Walgett.
Animal feed manufacturer, Ridley Corporation has officially opened a new extrusion plant at Westbury, Tasmania. A team from LGPM were there to congratulate and mark the ceremony.
Tyres4U, Australia's independent tyre distributor and agent for Firestone, Alliance, Mitas and Advance farm tyre brands believe farm tyres are the ideal choice, though they acknowledge in some specific cases, tracks may be the best solution.
The characteristics of Dohne sheep lend well to meeting the growing demand for non-mulesed practices.
A family-built invention and winner of multiple innovation awards, the Daniher Bale Feeder's new model is perfectly suited to the current feeding season that encompasses NSW.
An agronomist who loves solving problems for farmers had an unexpected suggestion up his sleeve for one client when the going got tough water-wise last season, and it really paid off.
Regional Victorian company Kerfab is no stranger to innovation, and their latest product is one of the most innovative in the bale handling space.
With more than 60 years operational experience designing and drilling water bores, Max Jones of Watermin Drillers has an invaluable record of success.