Shattercane-affected sorghum growers in class action

LOOKING AHEAD: Queensland’s sorghum crop outlook overall is for a yield above the long-term median for the state but, as usual, variations will exist between regions.

Sorghum growers affected by contaminated seed in class action

McCarthur wins open bull at Millmerran

Jack McArthur took home the open bull ride at Millmerran on Chuckles.

The rodeo was for championship points in the APRA.

Bruce Chatwin's book as popular as ever

A best-seller upon release, The Songlines still fans the flame on cafe arguments about Australian Aboriginal culture, especially on the track from Alice Springs to Darwin.

Controversial The Songlines celebrates its 30th birthday.

Back in Gracemere saleyards after extended break

Agent Joel Dawson and Trevor Bradford, from St Lawrence, at CQLX.

Market looking strong after sales start again.

Luxury outback paradise built in western Queensland

TOP SPOT: Shandonvale Station owners have completed renovations to the property's historic shearing quarters. The facility will now be used as accommodation for their tourism initiative.

Couple transform historic station

Values strong in Emerald

The Emerald cattle sale.

First sale back after Easter break.

The Never Never Festival returns to the NT

GREAT EVENT: World record holder Nathan "Whippy” Griggs will perform his whip cracking show at the Never Never Festival in Mataranka on May 19-21.

Festival returns with campdrafting, whip-cracking and gymkhana fun

Adam Harvey set to rock Noonamah Rodeo

Australian country music artist Adam Harvey will be at the Noonie Rodeo.

Noonie starts rodeo season off with a huge bang.

Good memories from home-town campdraft

Nicholas Ward and Nikki Wollens with youngsters Dustin and Keith Hirsch at the Rathdowney Memorial Campdraft.

Nicholas Ward follows family tradition by competing at Rathdowney.

457 crackdown: The jobs 'lazy' Australian's refuse to do

Jobs will still be filled by foreign workers, many for good reason

Turnbull bans 457 visas

PM say Australia supports US missile strike.

PM Malcolm Turnbull has announced he is scrapping 457 visas

Remembering all who served on Anzac Day

Pat Ansell-Dodds displays the war medals earned by her father Private Jack Dodd.

Daughter traces her father's wartime history back.

Bursary helps young stud breeder on her way

FAMILY FARM: Felicity Brumpton, along with her brothers Charlie and Lachie, run their own merino stud.

Mitchell poll merino owner hopes to breed dual-purpose sheep

Chuck Norris lives up to his name in Top End

Chuck loves life in the NT.

NT mechanical fitter isn't bothered by his famous name

Magic Mike wins hearts of bidders at show sale

Darryl Heazlewood, from Platinum Angus Stud, is thrilled how his bull Magic Mike performed at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.

Tasmanian bull's long trip to Sydney worthwhile.

Young gun auctioneer to compete at world event

Lincoln McKinlay, from TopX Gracemere, won the National Young Auctioneer competition.

ALPA National Young Auctioneer winner thrilled to get top honour.

City girl finds dream job in red meat sector

Mechanical engineer for Oakey Beef Exports Ade Ariantika loves her job.

Mechanical engineer had endless opportunities in red meat sector.

Wheat trial proves a success

Andrew Higton from Patricia Downs, Tipton, was one of the first to trial new APH wheat Reliant.

Darling Downs grower praises wheat variety Reliant

The future of ag is here

TECHNOLOGY: Visitors to Norco Primex Field Days this year will step into the futuristic world of 'farming via drones'.

Drone technology to wow farmers at expo

My Smoko Break: A curry for the kids

KFC... but not as you know it

Bundy banana crop mayhem

AT LEAST 76% of fruit from The Mackay Family banana farm's Bundaberg crop has been impacted by recent ex-tropical Cyclone Debbie.

Following her passion of rural community wellbeing

SCHOLARSHIP: Barcaldine local Rhiannon Bennett is one of nine students awarded  a Rural Bank scholarship for tertiary study.

CQ local Rhiannon Bennett has received a Rural Bank scholarship.

Red caps to the race track: Mason Barbera's double life

SWITCHING LANES: Mason Barbera says he loves to come back to the farm in Bundaberg after a weekend in the high pressure world of motor sport.

"In 15 years when old farmers are retiring, who will grow our food?”

Dairy farmers want to see new legislation passed

Brian Tessmann

A Qld Parliament committee advised against the legislation.

Cattle duffing accusations herded into court

Cattle duffing accusations have ended up in a Toowoomba court.

CATTLE duffing accusations end up in Toowoomba court.

LETTER: Horse racing a 'horrifying' spectacle

One reader questions the 'carnage' of horse racing.

They routinely suffer from injuries, lameness, and exhaustion.

Adelaide River plays host to special Anzac Day event

WE WILL REMEMBER THEM: Piper Anne Smith and RAAF Tindal personnel at last year's service.

Thousands set to gather in the Top End

Your guide to Anzac Day in the Northern Territory

A comprehensive list of service times and events

Fearless cowboy Braydon Wellby tops standings

Braydon Wellby on Devils Dance.

There might be plenty of blood and sweat, but no tears.

Freds Pass Rural Show to be a family treat

Cattle judging will be a highlight at the Freds Pass Rural Show.

Event to open the gate to taste of the country.

Cattlemen ignore facts on climate change

NTCA president Tom Stockwell at the annual conference.

NTCA known for straight-shooting president's address.