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".
WHEN it comes to teenagers Abbey Seidel is an unorthodox mix.
SHE was a city girl, born and raised in Sydney, but love brought Rosemary Sullivan to the bush and it’s kept her there ever since.
HIS heart has always been in the bush, but it has taken an off-farm income for southern Queensland grazier Chris Muir to make it his home.
IF YOU weren’t born wearing boots, “cow” describes any four-legged bovine and despite your efforts all tractors look like, well, tractors, you aren’t alone.