Anzac display Darwin bound

The Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience will visit Darwin for one week only next month.

Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experince on its way to Darwin

Cattle youth camp is providing opportunity

KEEN ON CATTLE: One hundred and ten children attended the 2016 Pittsworth Limousin Youth Cattle Camp over the weekend and each had an animal to parade, look after and handle throughout the three-day-long event. Organisers, volunteers, parents and carers were delighted with the camp and are looking forward to 2017 already.

THIS year's Limousin Youth Camp attracted 110 young enthusiasts

Researchers share work

CENTRE VISIT: University of Southern Queensland research fellow (irrigation) Dr Alison McCarthy and Dr Brett Robinson (NCEA) showcase their research to Precision in Agriculture delegates.

USQ hosted Australian and international delegates

Records broken at the annual Ascot bull sale

The top priced charolais bull Ascot Liquid Gold L7E was sold for $28,000 to David Foote, from Australian Cattle and Beef Holdings (left), with Jackie Chard and Jim Wedge, from Ascot Charolais and Angus Stud, and auctioneer Paul Dooley.

A $70,000 black angus bull has broken records at the Ascot Cattle Co

Late start for Acacia Hills' calypso crop

Acacia Hills farm manager Martina Matzner is excited about the expansion of technology trials at the farm during this year's upcoming harvest.

November harvest tipped for Top End Calypso mango crop

Stock yard demos live at Rocky

Arrow Farmquip territory manager George Caldwell (left) and Leigh Colledge.

Stockyard demo's to go live in Rockhampton

Backpacker tax 'must go', says minister

Roula (left) and Tina Skliros at work sorting mangoes as part of an early harvest of some of their trees at their Berry Springs farm.

NT Minister puts pressure on government to scrap backpacker tax

Weaners hit 450c/kg at Roma

There was a smaller yarding at Roma due to rain.

Roma sales had reduced yarding due to rain

Good prices for weaner steers despite Emerald rain

The Emerald Cattle Sale had solid prices at its latest sale.

Emerald yarding reduced due to rain

Rural mum shares life on the land

Jack and Sarah Salisbury love riding horses on their family's property.

Meet the lady behind the witty blog, Bush Babe of Oz

Vermelha Station sold for $18 million

Queensland grain grower Lyn Brazil has sold his Northern Territory cattle station Vermelha to An Vien Pastoral and Agriculture for $18m.

Territory cattle station Vermelha has been sold for $18m

Burning elephant gives Alice author real wild ride

Alice Springs author Chris Raja's novel The Burning Elephant is set amid the social chaos and upheaval leading up to and following Indira Gandhi's assassination.

A new booking is delivering a wild ride for an Alice Springs author

Herefords Australia Youth Ambassadors step up

GREAT START: Emily Rabone has been named as one of five Herefords Australia Youth Ambassadors for 2016-17.

2016-2017 Herefords Australia Youth Ambassadors named

WATCH: How to get a council to fix your road

New South Wales farmer Kate Broughton standing on a road that use to be able to handle a school bus but is barely used these days due to the condition of the road and lack of maintenance and repair.

Farming family uses video submission to get council to fix road

Bunnings caught selling invasive weed at nurseries

The Northern Territory Department of Environment and Natural Resources has sent out an urgent recall for Sagittaria (Sagittaria platyphylla), an invasive weed that was accidentally supplied to Darwin and Palmerston Bunnings stores.

An invasive weed has been sold at Bunnings stores in the Territory

WATCH: This guy knows how to crack a whip with style!

WHIP SMART: Nathan Griggs has turned his hobby into a business. The showman now travels the country performing whip cracking shows and selling his own hand-made whips.

Social media star makes old tradition trendy

A French jackaroo, a GoPro and one large outback station

NEW LIFE: French engineer Guillaume Cornet gave up his high-powered career in France to work on a cattle station in Queensland. Now the 28-year-old is starting a film-making business in Australia.

Frenchman makes short film about his time on cattle property

Backpackers say they're being duped by employers

Workers say they're being put in "substandard" accommodation

Best of both worlds for Agribusiness Rising Champion

WINNER: Kristy McCormack has been titled the Cattle Council Australia NAB Agribusiness Rising Champion.

Agribusiness Rising Champion wants to improve perception of ag

81-year-old farmer Gwen tells tales of heartbreak on the land

: Gwen Rogers is 81 years old and going strong.

FROM watching her herd of 10,000 drought-stricken sheep slowly dimin

Funding for pest and weed management

David Littleproud will be the LNP candidate for Maranoa.

FARMERS in drought-affected regions in Queensland are set to benefit

Couple awarded Hec Maynard Memorial Trophy

Couple awarded memorial trophy for their contribution to the charbray breed

Top price for Wattlebray Charbrays at national sale

Buyer Cherie Gooding, from Marlegoo Charbrays, Biloela, with seller Trevor Ford, from Wattlebray Charbrays, Chinchilla.

Strong prices at 39th National Charbray bull and female sale

Best times for beef 'to come', says stock agent

Brad Mulvahill, from TopX, says it is a positive time all round for the cattle industry.

Mixture of great rain and good looking cattle make for happy farmers

Strawberry farm to shut for good after today

Ballantyne's Strawberry Farm, co-owner Margaret Ballantyne

Strawberry farm set to close

Wheat is new for Qld

LATEST WHEAT: Advanta Seeds wheat technical manager Colin Edmondson said new variety Reliant is being bulked up on farms for 2017.

AUSTRALIAN wheat breeding company reveals new wheat variety

Businesses are chipping in for farmers

NEEDED DONATIONS: Steven Kiem from David Evans Toowoomba donates money to Buy A Bale to help out farmers.

AGRICULTURAL businesses are giving back to the farmers

Tyler just wants to ride with the bulls

LIVES TO RIDE: Monto's Tyler Morgan doesn't mind if he is bucked. He just wants a chance to get on the bulls.

TYLER Morgan is riding his way out of a form slump

Aboriginal building project proves success

An innovative project run through the Roper Gulf Regional Council Community Development Program is creating one-of-a-kind furniture in indigenous community

Are we set for a solar future in the Territory?

NEW SOLAR LOVE: For years the Territory has been in love with gas.

SEPTEMBER brought welcome news in solar energy across the nation.

Primary industry and resources minister starts job

NT Minister for Primary Industry and Resources Ken Vowles.

Ken Vowles has two distinct "how did I get here" memories

Moratorium on fracking not enough for green groups

MOVE CRITICISED: NT Labor leader Michael Gunner announced a moratorium on fracking practice in the Territory.

Environment group criticises NT government action on fracking