Old legislation and old thinking on energy is blocking progress in energy market.
The CWA says awards, like the rural women's award, are important for lifting women up to push past the boundaries and pursue their dreams.
Peter Austin says the wind-up of the Clyde and Twynam pastoral empires brings to a close a generational era of NSW corporate land ownership.
Robbie Sefton says the 'agtech' revolution brings together technologies of intelligence, which could make an impact to farming operations.
NSW Farmers calls on both State and Federal Governments to bridge the gap between the current vaccine for Q fever and any new developments so everyone can afford to be vaccinated.
Traceability and provenance still don't carry much weight against the main meat purchase drivers of price and consistency of quality, John Carter writes.
Farmers need reliable, direct internet access to customers and better certainty around foreign financial risk if ag is to reach the $100 billion target, writes The Land.
Mal Peters says the purchase of 29 gigalitres in the Murray-Darling Basin for $80 million was pretty poor accounting.