NSW Farmers’ goat committee chair Katie Davies talks about the new opportunities opening up in the Australian rangeland goat market.
Government dollars put into crop and pasture research and development is proven to pay off in the long term through more resilient farm businesses.
The Punter has decided to sell 23,080 of his Archer Exploration shares, to lock in a small part of his profit and reduce his total holding to a neat 80,000 shares.
The CWA says unpredictable weather patterns over the last week have once again highlighted the need for more comprehensive radar coverage in the western parts of NSW.
NSW Farmers' say the decision by the Government to ignore community concerns about the preferred inland rail route is disappointing but the group will continue to advocate on behalf of members for further consideration of options to reduce the impact of the inland rail to productive farmland.
Peter Austin says Barnaby Joyce’s win in the New England by-election can only be good news for the Coalition, for the parliament, and for the nation.
Government and landholders need to work together to eradicate pests, or else the invaders keep winning, Robbie Sefton says.
The first National Ag Day held on November 21 was the start of an annual celebration of Australian agriculture. Next year is expected to be bigger and better.
I was looking for a model, which enabled farmers to farm unencumbered, within a landscape which preserved and integrated remnant vegetation.