A focus on ground cover in the Campbell's sheep and cropping business has put them in good stead to adjust to unforseen changes in their lives.
Riverina-based farmer research group Riverine Plains has appointed well known agricultural leader Catherine Marriott as its first CEO.
Cows with calves sold beyond expectation at the Maitland Annual Spring Female sale.
Country Australians will have a sentimental favourite in tomorrow's Melbourne Cup with Horsham's
Grazing in wet times is when most damage occurs: pasture experts
Demand for cattle pushed prices to $5580 for cows with calves last week.
A tiny yarding of 156 cattle at the Yass store sale.
We need a burst of fine, dry weather to get harvest well and truly under way in Australia.
No prices were disclosed, but recent sales in the area suggest a likely overall price in the $40-$50 million range.
What does the Nuffield Scholarship look like during COVID-19?
How the $10,000 Farmer of the Year prize kick-started the global growth of a berry business.
Gouburn and Loddon systems approaching 100 per cent of seasonal determinations.
Profit-share leasing arrangement allows flock growth with reduced capital expenditure.
Patrick Coole shares animal welfare perspectives
Water cops release their second year report.
Incitec Pivot has teamed up with Precision Agriculture to provide analytical services and support development of novel soil testing products
Some $12 million in grants has paved the way forward for grains research at the Narrabri Research Centre.
Simply put, there's a lot going on at the Coddington family's farm at Dubbo, but the ultimate focus is how it all prepares them for the next drought, or commodity crash.
More than 100 children in Parkes offered free assessments by Royal Far West.
Cooma district transformed after finally getting a good spring.
Some smart "fingerprint" technology is showing citrus' journey from orchard to table.
Godfrey Dol's 2013 NSW Farmer of the Year win caused a rethink of his future, and he now uses his glasshouse know-how to travel the world.
Vertically integrated beetroot business beats labour shortage issues at Cowra.
A property auction in Yass next month is expected to close another chapter in the pioneering Kensit family's long history of pastoral land ownership in the Upper Lachlan.
A part of this business is about helping city visitors to understand where their food is grown.
Its no secret that 2020 has been pretty average for us all, but this Red Angus heifer might take the cake.
Biserrula, the hardy legume pasture that has done so much to boost this farm's production.
In 2019, popcorn was one of few crops offering enough return to offset the high water prices.
The garden's design was influenced by that of the Shugaku-in Imperial Villa garden in Kyoto, a stroll garden created in the mid seventeenth century.
The 5737 hectare (14,176 acre) Mitchell property Sylva Lee has been listed for sale at $2.295 million.
A sizeable grazing aggregation now being marketed on the North West Slopes offers all the fundamentals for an integrated beef cattle breeding, trading and fattening operation.
A regenerative approach to horticulture has allow Hall Family Orchards to avoid ever-changing export issues related to countries moving towards banning fruit with certain chemical residues.
Zoetis has again hits its target of $100,000 to support mental health in rural communities.
The 2020 Australian International Olive Awards went online this year.
Not letting the drought beat you: agistment winner
The Williams and Frost family had total clearance for 60 rams to $9000
When it comes to extreme conditions, the size of the fuel load makes little difference to a bushfire's behaviour.
A quick check around the grounds at some of the happenings and what's being talked about in agribusiness.
Workers at Australia's biggest egg carton production plant are likelyto halt industrial action plans.
The NSW Land and Environment Court has convicted and fined a Central Coast man $48,000 after another man almost died after consuming a pesticide stored incorrectly.
Community leaders on Queensland's southern border have welcomed the expected confirmation that Queensland's borders will reopen on Tuesday next week.
What you need to know to select for both carcase and the cow
National Mushroom Day on October 15 helped promote the fungi.
A new golden era for chickpeas in NSW dawns
Overseas sires look set to provide Cup winner again
NSW DPI research scientist receives Premier's Prize
There are thousands workers from the Pacific Islands are ready to work on Australian farms, but it is up to organise their quarantine arrangements before it's too late.
With females grazing some of the best feed in years, a secret time bomb has hit some producers across the state when it came time for calving.
They're cheaper and quicker to build than dams, there is no evaporation or algae blooms and there could be one sitting right beneath your feet.
Buyers chase high indexing rams from the Cooma stud.