Longreach Pastoral College instructor marks 30 years

John Arnold (centre) being congratulated for 30 years of instructional service at Longreach Pastoral College by the LPC Local Board - Katrina Paine, Ian Duncan, Richard Pietsch, Rosemary Champion, Tony Rayner and guest member Allycia Bennett.

John Arnold has coached as many as 2000 students.

Your guide to FarmFest 2017

TAKE A LOOK: Robert Wruck at at FarmFest 2016. FarmFest has cemented itself as the place to show off new products and technologies.

One stop shop for farmers in June

From the agronomist: Getting on top of weeds

SPARSE COMPETITION: Agronomist Paul McIntosh checks weed numbers in a patchy grain sorghum crop last summer.

In the paddock with Paul McIntosh

El Nino could be on the way to bring in a dry winter

In the meantime, rain is predicted on the Fraser Coast in the coming days.

'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.

Veggie, grain producers preparing for crops to be destroyed

Farmers warn the aftermath 'may not be very pretty'

“It just looks like a bomb has hit this place.”

 Dave Mcinnerney inspects the damage to his motel at Shute Harbour, Airlie Beach on Wednesday (AAP Image/Dan Peled)

"The streets are flowing with water

Heaven sent: Dams fill up in days

Will Wilson and Jason Polzin.

GLADSTONE farmer would have left if deluge didn't arrive.

Family blessed with first decent rain in two years

Another 19mm at Clancella Downs, 20km south of Charters Towers, puts the March total above 100mm. They haven't cracked the triple digit monthly rainfall for two years.

Bring her down Huey: Family welcomes 100mm total.

'Green drought': high rainfall little help to farmers

Dairy farmer Martin Wilson said Calico Creek had seen little of the region's rainfall.

Gympie farmers say rainfall has had little impact on big dry.

Brand Insights

Brand Insights

New ear tags could be future of ag industry

David Smith grew up on the land and, despite heading to the big smoke to become an engineer, he never forgot his roots.

In for the long haul for boarding school

COUNTRY TO COAST: Bryce Voll from St Brendans College Cattle Club at The Caves Show

Bryce makes the trek from the bush to coast

Unborn heifer goes for $95,000 at record wagyu sale

Laird and Sonia Morgan (left) celebrate the new Australian record price for Wagyu heifer in utero with purchasers, Jeremy Cooper, wag-you.com and John Settree, Landmark Dubbo.

Three records broken at Wagyu Expansion Conference

Re-stockers ready to go at Toogoolawah

Derrymore graziers Ann and Bruce McLoughlin will take some of their weaner cattle to the Toogoolawah sales next Friday.

Toogoolawah weaner sale coming up

Competition watchdog takes dairy war past the farm gates

Murray Goulburn is being put in the spotlight over allegedly misleading farmers.

Former premier builds army of robots to help farmers

Former Premier Campbell Newman.

Robots could change the fabric of rural communities

Schapelle Corby on way back home

Schapelle Corby leaves the Prosecutors office in Denpasar a free woman. Picture: Nathan EdwardsSource:News Corp Australia

Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby has been freed by Bali authorities.

Barnaby Joyce

Barnaby Joyce talking about rumours of a "royalty holiday" for Adani.

Kia Picanto S road test and review

2017 Kia Picanto

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Caution language: How to be a farmer

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Geneva Motor Show 2017

Ford GT at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show

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Woodchopping champion

Nick Fredriksen, who lost his arm in a farm accident when he was 8, is now a...