Thu 18 Dec 2014

United plan is perfect for pigs

THE National Parks and Wildlife Service is celebrating the success of one campaign that resulted in more than 100 feral pigs being culled this year.

Livestock market will rely on rain

ALL the pieces are falling together for a strong cattle market next year, according to Ray Donovan Stock and Station Agents livestock salesman Mitch Donovan.

Wed 17 Dec 2014

Hope rises from floods

THE large, bare patches in Graham and Geraldine Kirkland’s summer crop are a daily reminder of what they have lost.

Tue 16 Dec 2014

Farming’s life lessons

THE sweet smell of baking fills the air at Anne Coy’s kitchen as she readies herself for any visitors who might stop by at a moment’s notice.

Climate threats studied

A GRANITE Belt research scientist believes the Australian apple and pear industries can both adapt and flourish in the midst of an ever-changing climate.

Mon 15 Dec 2014

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