SMOKO, for those unfamiliar with the informal, outback Aussie term, is a noun defined as “a rest from work for a smoke, or tea break.
WHEN Ian Retallack lost his mum to cancer, he found himself on a journey – quite literally – in an emotive bid to save others from similar heartbreak.
IT STARTED tragically when a farmer from a drought-stricken property took his own life after shooting his starving cattle.
WHEN it comes to equality, 17-year-old Abbey Godwin- Smith believes women in agriculture rarely got the recognition they deserved.
IN AN unconventional start to a rural romance, the very first date Lee Collins had with her husband-to-be, Mark, was tea at her nanna’s.
IT WAS a year ago, in the grip of one of the worst droughts in history, that Bollon sheep producers Bob and Amy Brown decided urgent action was needed.
WAYNE McGhee started with a simple mantra: “build it and they will come”.
IN PADDOCKS around the globe Joel Salatin is regarded as one of agriculture’s genuine innovators.
A CONTROVERSIAL new report has described the face of Australian agriculture as a “middle-aged white male”, saying we are lagging behind the developed world.
AS A young bloke Karara's Ray Collins worked hard, played hard and was never afraid of "a bit of a knuckle up".