NSW Farmers has welcomed the long anticipated NSW Cattle Underpass Scheme.
Are we doing enough in agriculture to develop the managerial expertise we need to manage increasingly large, complex farm businesses, Robbie Sefton asks.
Columnist, Bryce Camm is pleading for better understanding of rural issues and national conversations around things like water storage, rather than tear-jerking coverage of the drought.
With the Intergovernmental Agreement on National Drought Program Reform having expired on July 1, the recent announcements of subsidies and drought support are a reminder that preparedness alone is not enough.
With the prolonged dry conditions continuing kangaroos are competing with livestock for feed. John Carter suggests a solution to solve the problem is either charge urban kangaroo lovers an agistment fee or have an army provided cull. What do you think?
The additional $500 million in drought relief support announced this week by the NSW Government has been warmly welcomed by NSW Farmers, but it hasn't come a second too soon.
The new leadership team at NSW Farmers will bring new energy, and ideas, but it will find challenges as it settles in and tries to build on the momentum of the outgoing team, says The Land.
Starting a new job can be equal parts exciting, challenging and downright terrifying, especially when it comes to managing people. Megan Davies from Future Farmers Network has some tips.
Mal Peters says if the National Party want small family farms to survive, they had better change current policy settings on drought and get some real help on the ground.
CWA of NSW says any time’s a good time to consider farm safety because too many lives are being lost, and so many other lives changed forever.