Keeping feral animals under control

PEST CONTROL: Wide Bay Feral Pest Control are licensed shooters with pigging dogs. The business will help to remove the pests off your hard earned property. Pictured Hayden Shorten.

Bundaberg's Ty Eilbeck has a pest control business

Giant wombat brings new life to outback town

ALMOST DONE: After receiving his finishing touches, William the Giant Wombat will be trucked to Thallon.

William the Wombat is on his way to Thallon

Weather gods align: CQ braces for more than 100mm rainfall

Rare weather event: Central Queensland braces for flash flooding, big storms and triple-figure falls.

Begging sky for big rain

HOPEFUL: Warwick farmer Bill Gross is hoping the region will receive a good soaking before the summer heat begins.

Farmers pray for more rain as Warwick starts a wet week

Crops suffer as region goes 66 days with no rain

DRYING UP: Dry weather will affect crops in the Bundaberg region.

And there's only minimal rain on the way

Lismore becomes Australia's Arctic climate research capital

Scenes from the documentary film about the 1985-86 expedition.

Arctic climate researchers set up in Lismore

Powerless pollies a 'national disgrace' as farmers left high and dry

Balberra cane farmer Anthony Ross says he feels there's no end in sight for power price relief.

Mackay cane farmers have been hit by a 130% bill increase.

'Blessing and a curse': 130 sugar cane farms inundated

Sugar cane growers on the Northern Rivers are moving staff and equipment to high ground.

Northern NSW sugar mills are evacuating staff and moving equipment.

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SWQ saleyards: Easier market for most descriptions

There were a few more cattle yarded in Toowoomba this week for a total of 683 head.

Stud owners ahead of the curve on planning

Talbalba's Lot 26 (Polled) is the No 1 bull in Australia (2017) for breeding feeder steers , theoretically, with a Grainfed Steer Index of $181.

First on-farm sale for Talbalba Herefords

"Landmark" laws to protect NSW's biosecurity kick in

New laws to protect biosecurity kick in Saturday.

Laws call for community to tip-off authorities on biosecurity threats.

Do cows hang out with their best mates?

Do cows need more mates? Kym Patison, from CQUniversity, landed a $20,000 grant through a CSIRO Health and Biosecurity award to research the impacts of socialisation in cattle.

$20,000 to research socialisation in cattle.

Sugar prices tumble but farmers looking to sweeter times

SUGAR has suffered a set back as the price fails to live up to 2016’s expectations but Queensland growers are still busily taking advantage of a dry winter

Meet the farmers supplying Coles with a new vegie

Paula and Des Chapman of Rocky Ponds with Kabocha pumpkins

Growers are providing Coles with the goods

New fertiliser pellets a game changer

John Webster developed a revolutionary way of turning biosolids into dry pellets for fertiliser.

Asbestos technology re-purposed to improve fertiliser.

Competition watchdog takes dairy war past the farm gates

Murray Goulburn is facing a battle against the ACCC in the Federal Court.

Murray Goulburn is being taken to the Federal Court.

Drought in western Queensland

Photos of Tricia Agar's property, Barbara Plains in western Queensland.

A snapshot of the dry on a western Queensland property.

Bazadaise strut their stuff at Ekka 2017

The Bazadaise took center stage on Thursday at the Ekka when they headed into the...

Droughtmaster at 2017 Ekka

Tim Lloyd from New South Wales talks everything Droughtmasters.

Oakey Beef Exports

Tour of Oakey Beef Exports.

Labour licensing bill

Growcom chief advocate Rachel Mackenzie explaining the Queensland Government's...

Farmer From Down Under

Farmer From Down Under finds a new way to look at sewing.