- NSW Government to toughen laws in bid to curb rural crime August 21, 2017The NSW Government announces a raft of measures designed to stem rural crime rates in country New South Wales.
- Next generation of WA farmers coaxed to stay in sheep August 21, 2017The mood is positive as agricultural students compete for glory at the state's largest sheep show and sale.
- Record dry July causes further pain for NSW farmers August 21, 2017A record dry July on top of a dry June has put pressure on struggling winter crops and pastures.
- Feedlot restricted by water price August 21, 2017The owners of a cattle and sheep feedlot in Western Australia's Wheatbelt say the price of water for their animals is too expensive and is restricting business growth.
- Silo art start creates buzz in town halfway across Australia August 21, 2017The town of Kimba, known as the halfway point across Australia, joins the silo art trend.
- Queensland avocado harvest tipped to be early and long August 21, 2017Early indications are pointing to an extended Queensland avocado season next year, with fruit already appearing on trees in the far north.
- Poll wagyu auction attracts lots of interest August 21, 2017There was plenty of interest from northern cattle producers at the world's first physical sale of poll wagyu genetics at the weekend.
- Stock thefts put South Australian livestock producers on alert August 20, 2017High prices are believed to be behind an unusually high number of sheep thefts.
- Meet an Arnhem Land crew catching feral buffalo August 20, 2017Catching feral buffalo in remote central Arnhem Land is not a job for the faint-hearted.
- Fishermen and scientists search for answers as prawns disappear August 20, 2017Lake Illawarra prawns are missing as experts worry the water quality and sea grass is deteriorating.
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