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Country bubs in the spotlight

WINNER: Three-year-old Cale Blomley is the winner of the Bush Kids baby competition. Cale lives with his six brothers and sisters at Humpty Doo in the Northern Territory.

Bush Kids baby winners revealed

Meet the Gympie family behind Forage Farms

FAMILY AFFAIR: Hamish and Lachlan Andrews with their parents Stuart and Megan.

Stuart Andrews and his family carry on the work of his father.

Hot comp for young auctioneers

FORMER CHAMPIONS: 2017 ALPA National YAC winner, Lincoln McKinlay, TopX Gracemere with runner up, Jack Hickey, JM Ellis & Co Hamilton.

The best young auctioneers are set to compete at the Sydney Show

Future of beef one of many hot topics

INDUSTRY FUTURE: Keynote speaker Hamish McDonald will discuss the impact of the digital movement on the Australian beef industry now and what this means for the future.

Beef Australia 2018 has announced a huge line-up of speakers

Q and A with TSBE's new CEO

NEW FACE: Ali Davenport has been appointed the new CEO of TSBE.

Ali Davenport has been announced as the the new CEO at TSBE.

Learning from the best at BerryQuest

TALKING POINT: Growers at BerryQuest received the latest in information.

Farm labour is a significant issue for the production horticulture

Sugar industry being crippled by high power bills

UP IN ARMS: Power prices are through the roof - and so are the people who have to pay them.

Canegrowers calls on Qld Government for action.

Free workshops to learn about drones

FLYING HIGH: AgForce workshops will have a drone demonstration.

Learn all there is to know about the use of drones in agriculture

Hobby farmer's sale day

Di McCosker with the cattle she sold at the Toowoomba Saleyards on Monday.

Ghost the Charbray cross steer sells for 310c.

Hugh dust storm rolls in over Eldee

Dust storm captured over the Mundi Mundi Plains.

Footage of storm goes viral on social media

Amazing crop art tribute to Aussie cyclist

The Richie Porte maze at the Rupertswood farm in Hagley.

Tasmanian farmer mows crop maze as a tribute to Richie Porte

Barnaby slams PM Turnbull: ‘Inept’

Barnaby joyce slams Malcolm Turnbull.

Joyce slams PM Malcolm Turnbull, describes him as ‘inept’

Meet the breeder behind the $65k brahman bull

BRAHMAN STUD: Brahman's quenching their thirst

Learn more about the spectacular FBC Felix Manso and Fenech Brahmans

Have a say on poultry standards

NEW GUIDELINES: Animal Health Australia is lobbying for new standards and guidelines for poultry.

A draft is being developed for new poultry guidelines.

Unlocking the full potential of markets

Apple and Pear Australia excited for new council headed by the National Farmers Federation.

New council developed uniting APAL and NFF.

Global players could lock horns in power transition

TRADE TALK: Former Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb at the Rural Press Club meeting in Brisbane.

Former minister gives snapshot for trade

Rusty wire a rustic treasure

NEW IDEA: Freestone man Aaron Payne with some of his barbed-wire ball garden ornaments.

Farm trash a hit with hipster market

Australia’s deadly jobs pay disgrace

Jobs in agriculture, forestry and fishing pay just $1032 more per year than the average Australian income. Picture: iStock

Aussies doing our most dangerous jobs are barely paid above average wage

Bold move leads to niche ginger operation

GOLDEN DREAM: Bunda Ginga owner Anthony Rehbein talks about diversifying his property, downscaling from 100ha to just three in order to produce niche local products.

Anthony Rehbein and his wife Kate run BundaGinga

REVEALED: Why I killed Rocky's giant crocodile

Solicitor Rowan King (front) with Luke Stephen Orchard as they leave Rockhampton Court.

"I shot the crocodile," Orchard said in his interview with police.

Farmer: 'I'm going to have to sell all of them'

John Barnett with hay delivered by Aussie Helpers.

Queensland farmers forced to destock as drought continues to worsen

Closing the Gap prognosis: 'Un-good'

Has there been any real change for indigenous Australians?

Why the killed 'apex' crocodile was so significant

Images of a 5.2m crocodile found shot in the Fitzroy River, Rockhampton on Thursday, September 21. Police and the EHP are appealing for public assistance in their investigations to find the culprit.

It was deemed a "shy and elusive animal”, "wary of humans”.

Man trapped under vehicle flown to hospital

NSW ambulance in Coffs Harbour.

Westpac chopper on it way to property north of Ballina

Casino Beef Week aims to draw international crowd

COUNTDOWN IS ON: Beef Week committee member Grant Shedden and vice president Frank McKey, president Stuart George, committee members Samantha Rixon and Jenna Bailey, event coordinator Lena Mager, assistant event coordinator Kaela McRae and treasurer/committee member Belinda Dockrill.

Beef Week committee reveals new strategic plan for 2018

Call for inland rail modelling to be revealed

NOT HAPPY: NSW Farmers is "deeply distressed” the ARTC refuses to release data informing the preferred route path for the inland rail  through Narromine.

NSW Farmers angry ARTC won't release data behind preferred route.

Young guns vie for sheep scholarship

FINALIST: Scott Brien and his daughter Jane, Bella Lana Merinos, Wellington, have a stud sire in the MerinoLink Merino Lifetime Productivity sire evaluation trial and were keen to inspect the 2016 drop ewe progeny at the MerinoLink field day at Temora. Jane is a finalist in the Peter Westblade Memorial Scholarship.

Support worth up to $10,000 for lucky winner

WATCH: Take a guided tour of the CQLX at Gracemere

Inside the Central Queensland Livestock Exchange.

A complex taking us into the future of selling facilities

Croc catcher claims salties are getting bigger

Dubbed Gobbo and Croco by Roger the two "Territory Lizards" raised up on a forklift measured 4.3m and a 4.45m.

Secretive bacteria allowing cane toads to survive

Cane toads represent a "simple system” that can be studied readily.

Research has revealed their surviving formula

Live cattle export gets boost from dry weather

More than 30,000 head of cattle left Darwin shores last month, compared to 12,000 the January before.

More than 30,000 head of cattle left Darwin shores last month

Myths, mines and mobs of money

STRONG REACTION: A shot taken earlier this year of anti-Adani activists halting a coal train near Bowen, in Queensland.

A reminder of the cost of climate change