Ross Pride had some interesting interactions with an old fridge.
PUTTING research and development into practice was the focus of an interactive farm walk and talk held in Richmond, NSW, as part of the next phase of the VegNET NSW project.
After receiving a lot of questions about confinement feeding and drought management in general, Riverina Local Land Services held four Planning For Summer workshops to help farmers make informed decisions and set up a plan.
It is fair to say that at the moment weather - lack of rain and unseasonably warm temperatures - are challenging the management skills of most farmers.
The Mudgee Youth in Agriculture (MY AG) team showcased their talents at the Upper Hunter Beef Bonanza to great effect.
Spring Vine Health workshops across the state aimed to help growers deal with the season and learn about new technologies.
The Avenel Community Garden forms part of the Avenel Action Group (AvAG) four-year plan and aims to promote education and community socialisation through gardening.
Winegrowers from across the state are being offered the opportunity to learn more about pinot noir at a free masterclass at the end of the month.
Letting natural instincts guide grazing practices is the style behind much of Sam and Claire Johnsons success.