Farm Service Manager – a new smartphone and tablet application developed by an Australian farmer to help farmers and contractors to manage the service and maintenance history of their equipment and vehicles – continues to evolve with a number of new features.
TNN Australia understand growers know healthy soils make money – better crops, healthier animals, healthier people, less costs, and less water used all benefit the bottom line.
Doug and Michelle Brunskill of Brunslea, Forest Hill near Wagga, used the new organic Worm Hit fertiliser pellets last year and were very pleased with the results, considering the drought.
While agriculture is a traditional industry, according to Stuart White, technology is helping us move forward.
Returning home to her southern Riverina family property in her late-20s, Airlie Landale needed somewhere to find information to learn about farming practices. This need created the Farm Table.
When YLAD Living Soils began seventeen years ago, biological fertilisers and biological farming were the terms used to describe a new way of farming. The introduction of the term regenerative agriculture has created a big umbrella for many innovative practices to sit.
Back Paddock Opterra joins cropping and livestock ‘at the hip’, enabling farmers, and their agronomic and livestock advisers to work on a single digital platform to thoroughly plan the whole farm, manage grazing and cropping operations, capture key records and true production costs.
View our collection of special publications, past and present
- Henty Machinery Field Days preview
- AgQuip preview
- Merino Annual
- Spring Angus
- Nyngan Ag Expo preview
- ARCBA Conference Report
- Dorper and White Dorper 2017
- Mudgee Small Farm Field Days program
- Boarding Schools Expo Guide
- Farming Small Areas
- Glovebox Guide to Mental Health
- Great Holiday Deals
- Internet & Mail Order Catalogue
- Rural Senior
- Smart Farmer
- Sheep and Wool
- Education Guide