Farmer fears for food security
Where will our food come from in the future?
Roz Berryman is worried about the future of irrigated agriculture.
The Clark family has always had firm plans for a future in the dairy industry.
A two-day forum focused on dairy herd improvement was held in Bendigo last week.
There was a time in Warren Davies’ life when he thought there was no way out.
A call to end the Murray-Darling Basin Plan along with a royal commission was supported by a vocal group of people in Tongala last week.
Thirty years of dairy breeding kicked up the dust in the yards as the cows made their way onto the back of B-double trucks.
‘‘Fact is, farm production makes these communities strong and if we stop the farmers from getting the water to be able to access a future for themselves — well, God help Australia.’’
A call to pause the Murray-Darling Basin Plan is gaining momentum across the southern Riverina.
Miriam Crane is desperate her dairying dream is being torn to shreds in front of her and it is breaking her heart.
Darcy Hare doesn’t quite fit the typical stereotype of someone passionate about water and policy.
Drought can bring a man and his business to their knees.