Golden oldies galore
It’s set to be a British invasion at this year’s Goulburn Valley Vintage Tractor and Farm Machinery Club’s annual rally and tractor pull at Wunghnu, with all things British set to be featured.
The outcomes of the three remaining Greater Shepparton solar farm applications at Tatura East, Lemnos and Tallygaroopna, sitting with the state’s planning minister, was raised on the floor of state parliament recently.
Winter could become a thing of the past within three decades, with the average temperature in the Goulburn Valley and southern Riverina expected to rise by as much as 3.3°C.
A ploughed artwork will return to a paddock at Tallis Wine as Shepparton Festival returns in 2019.
Anticipation of a decent autumn break to turn around the season has driven up Victorian farmer confidence from near-decade lows, the latest Rabobank Rural Confidence Survey has found.
Fifteen organisations across southern NSW and northern Victoria have made an impassioned plea to Prime Minister Scott Morrison to take action to stop the devastation of their communities as a result of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.
A towering mural of local icon George Coles will soon welcome visitors to St James, with the town now joining northern Victoria’s growing silo art trail.
Thousands of duck hunters turned out for the opening weekend of the season despite reduced bag limits, although initial reports predict numbers are set to be down on previous years.
An infuriated crowd greeted Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud, drought envoy Barnaby Joyce and Federal Member for Murray Damian Drum in Mooroopna today. The crowd of about 100 ensured their voices were heard, continuously interjecting...
Acenergy is on the lookout for more localities for solar farms as it aims to monopolise micro solar projects in the region.
Better strategic leadership, investment in technology and more empowered regions are needed to make agriculture a $100billion industry according to a new report.
Leadership speaker and author Margie Warrell has urged the dairy industry to embrace change and to adapt to a new environment, looking for opportunity in a volatile world.
Making tough choices will be central to Australian agriculture’s continued success, according to Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences executive director Steve Hatfield-Dodd.
A new biosecurity levy is set to be implemented, despite the shipping industry criticising the Federal Government’s plan to have it foot the bill.
Nathan McGann worked out it was going to cost him about $170000 to get his 150-cow milking herd through the next seven months to spring.
Lino Saputo Jr’s drive to introduce changes in the former Murray Goulburn Co-operative, has resulted in some senior executives leaving.