Water for mine, cropping and cattle all recycled

WATER WAYS: New Acland Mine's rehabilitated land, which is now being used for cropping and cattle, uses recycled water.

New Acland Mine uses recycled water

Industry leaders disappointed in Queensland Budget

STATE BUDGET: More than a million dollars has been allocated in the budget to roll out programs helping fight wild dogs.

Mixed reaction from budget release

Meet the man behind Farmer From Down Under

Brad Shephard is the  Farmer From Down Under.

New South Wales cropper gains social media audience

An outback style that will carry you to the city

Top End pastoralist Belinda Rasheed along with her sister, Sophie, launched Longrass Style from Legune Station, a property situated on the Northern Territory - Western Australia border.

Sisters start business from remote Northern Territory cattle station

Pre-testing a boon for producers

INDUSTRY KNOWLEDGE: Ben Banks and his wife Oona manage the 46,500-hectare family property, Rivington, west of Blackall.

Blackall couple operate pregnancy-scanning business

Attending every Ekka since 1939

A stubborn steer at the Ekka.

Honorary council steward reflects on changes within the show ring.

Family farmer under activist attack

Concerns have been raised kangaroos numbers are at an unsustainable level.

Kangaroo video sparks outrage

Island flower farm sells direct to top-end chefs

Pretty Produce owner Simone Jelley runs an edible flower farm from Lamb Island.

The story behind Pretty Produce.

World champ joins PBR

MILLION-DOLLAR MAN: JW Harris rides Rocking I Rodeo Co's Slick Rick for 85.5 during the third round of the New York City Built Ford Tough series PBR.

First visit to Australia for cowboy from Texas

Rinehart purchases Maydan feedlot in Queensland

Gina Rinehart.

Gina Rinehart has bought Maydan feedlot in Warwick, Queensland.

Budget doesn't recognise agriculture role in supporting jobs

Queensland Farmers' Federation (QFF) President Stuart Armitage

Byrne says latest AgTrends report shows sector's strength

Busby Marou heading to a Tiny Town near you

GET ready - folk rock duo Busby Marou are getting back to their regional roots on their latest tour.

Good vealer heifers go cheap at Gympie

UP FOR SALE: Grant Gericke with heifers at an earlier Sullivan Livestock Sale.

Only a handful of cows and calves were yarded, sold to top of $1250

Bundy promo night gives pollies food for thought

Member for Whitsundays Jason Costigan and BFVG managing director Bree Grima at the Bundaberg Region Promotion Night.

"We really do supply the entire meal.”

A new leaf: Bundy farmers' rhubarb experiment

RHUBARB RHUBARB: Debbie Meiers with her trial crop of rhubarb outside Bundaberg.

"We thought well, we'll try and get it working out here”

Doing tourism better: Federal hearings plan for North

A federal inquiry into tourism in the North has extended its date for submissions. But what are we doing about flights to the Centre?

Incredible shots showcase outback Australia

BEHIND THE LENS: Lisa Hatzimihail.

Alice Springs photographer Lisa Hatzimihail specialises in weddings.

Rinehart's $500 million cattle export deal to China

Gina Rinehart.

Gina Rinehart inks live cattle deal with Zhejiang Aozhou

Eco-watchdog gets a bite?

The proposed changes are contained in a paper called the Environmental Regulatory Reform Discussion Paper, prepared by the NT Department of Environment and Natural Resources and released last month for public comment.

Environmental campaigners may soon be a threatened species