Couple ready for next Wandoan Santa Gertrudis Bull Sale

Ted Perrett on horseback checking on his santa gertrudis bulls.

Ted and Catherine Perrett run an EU herd across two properties.

Terrible tragedy led Helen Everingham to help heal others

Helen Everingham, from The Centre Within, will present the workshop Flourish at the QRRRWN conference in Roma.

Inspirational woman has dedicated her life to helping others

Shaking up a traditional sport

Drafters like Adam Rockemer may win more money under Wayne McGhee's plan.

Could this be the idea to change campdrafting forever?

Leading the charge for young lot feeders

Camm Agricultural corporate manager Amanda Moohen at Wonga Plains feedlot.

Young woman leading the charge in feedlot industry

A porky celebrity in the making

EVENING WALK: Brittany Harman has started a Facebook page for her pet pig.

Facebook page started for charismatic snorter

New era for an historic Eidsvold stud

Rick Greenup with Sally and Anthony Coates.

Alice and Rick Greenup have purchased Eidsvold Station.

Breed program success for Eidsvold bull sale

Rick Greenup with some of his santa gertrudis bulls on offer. Photo: Kent Ward.

RICK Greenup says when he buys a bull he wants them "done right".

Banquet ban grills Australian beef in Chinese market

Despite a recent downturn, the outlook for Australian beef sales into China remains positive according to a new report.

Chinese banquet ban impacts on Australian beef exports

Capturing Snowy Mountains' wild horses

Carol Hancock spends two to three days with the brumbies.

Photographer uses art to help the plight of brumbies

Australian farmers can produce enough food for 80 million

YOUNG CANE: Irrigation equipment in a field on the Burnett Heads Road. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

Except to see dairy exports increase over the next year

Is this the start of our Rural Renaissance?

Exports to the US have dropped 40%, China 30% and Japan 10%. China and Saudi Arabia have once more open their doors to Brazilian beef while Indonesia is now looking to Indian buffalo meat to boost its supplies

Rising prices the talk of the town as rain raises farmers’ spirits

Japan opens doors to Australian live cattle trade

Deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce. Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

Decision worth $14 million a year to our farmers

New fish find in NT waters

The male Cirrhilabrus hygroxerus, or monsoon fairy wrasse, has a black body speckled with iridescent blue, and large red pelvic fins.

New tropical fish found in Northern Territory waters

Top 5 station jobs available right now

The airstrip and homestead at Lilla Creek Station

Looking for a job on a property? Here's a list of the jobs available now.

Coodardie celebrates 40 years in the game

Some of the Coodardie bulls being presented to buyers at the station's 40 Years Sellabration Sale near Mataranka.

Coodardie celebrates 40 years with successful bull sale

'Ferris Gump' wants to walk 1000km on water

Kyogle farm boy Ben Ferris, aka Ferris Gump, pushed a 50kg cart from Townsville to Darwin to raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Now he wants to try his hand at walking on water from Brisbane to Sydney.

Ultra-distance runner now wants to run 1000km on water

Manbulloo Mangoes signs eight-year Coles deal

Coles Fresh Advisor Curtis Stone (centre) joined Marie Piccone on Manbulloo's Horseshoe Lagoon Farm in North Queensland for the announcement last week.

Manbulloo signs 8-year mango deal with Coles

Bush roads: Don't mention the 'R' word

The turn-off to the Barkly Stock Route from the Stuart Highway. It is one of three roads identified by the Northern Territory Cattleman's Association in need of upgrading.

Political parties going nowhere with Territory roads

This could change campdrafting forever

Action at the Calliope campdraft

The Big Show Team Roping Championships founder Wayne McGhee has posted a video...

My Smoko Break: Crumbly butterscotch slice

Hayley's butterscotch slice.

THIS is a lovely recipe for a crumbly butterscotch slice that I tend to make during...

Strathmore Stud buys Yarrabee Elgin 1232 for $25,000

Top Price bull Lot 1 $25K Owners Maurice and Will Barlow. Purchaser was Ian and Kerrie Walker, Strathmore Stud.

Gross sales $518,500 with an average price $7,976.

Proserpine growers on track to be first finished with 2016 crush

PROSERPINE cane farmers could be the most likely in the state to spend Christmas day with their feet up, rather than inside the cabin of a harvester.

Pig farm threatens region's 'lifestyle' credentials

The group opposing a pig, chook and cattle farm at Kybong were at the Southside markets in Gympie on Saturday with one of the signs they have erected on the Mary Valley Hwy (from left) Michael Hall, Judy Hall, Helen Moulden and Ray Moulden.

Group says Kybong pig farm threatens region's lifestyle credentials

That's a wrap: Gympie Muster celebrates 35 years in style

Caitlyn Shadbolt performs at the Muster Club on Sunday August 28 at the Gympie Muster.

Country music festival blessed with great weather and bumper crowds

Underpaid blueberry pickers forced to work 36 days straight

Blueberry farm

WORKERS on a Coffs Coast farm were forced to work 36 days straight

Farmers damning report on NT parties in run up to election

With little more than a week to go before the Northern Territory Election, NT Farmers has issued a damning report card on all major political parties.

Giles' seat a litmus test in NT poll

Chief Minister Adam Giles has a fight on his hands to hold his own seat of Braitling at this month's Territory election.

Chief Minister's seat a litmus test for NT election

Fire up that esky for Larrimah Hotel race

Race organiser Karen Rayner is all set for the Pink Panther Classic Cup to be held at the Larrimah Hotel in October.

Get the esky running and head down to Larrimah

Choice for voters at NT poll

NT Labor Leader Michael Gunner will need to convince voters to not only "not” vote for the CLP, but to also vote for Labor over a big field of independents and minor parties.

NT voters spoilt for choice at looming poll