Boost for artisans
Four Goulburn Valley businesses have received a leg up thanks to a recent grant aimed at spreading local produce further across the state.
Wyuna’s Bruno Robinson has come out on top at the recent Australian Ranch Horse Remuda Show.
A director of a labour hire company has been sentenced to six months’ jail after he was convicted of pay as you go withholding (PAYGW) fraud.
Enel Green Power Australia has started construction of the 34MW Cohuna Solar Farm at Horfield.
A series of free two-day workshops will focus on giving farmers the nuts and bolts around good grazing management. Run by consultant Lisa Warn, the Agriculture Victoria workshops in Boort/Gredgwin and Elmore will explore a range of topics. “Good...
A 73 per cent reduction in electricity costs for pumping irrigation water would be music to the ears of producers, according to the National Irrigators’ Council.
A three-year project aiming to reduce the impacts of feral pigs on public land in a targeted location in north-east Victoria has commenced.
A Waaia farmer is lucky to be alive according to police after the tractor he was driving and a B-double truck collided in Waaia last Friday night.
The Coalition has been returned to government, following a shock election win on Saturday.
A social media post from Yalca dairy farmer Steve Dalitz prompted a couple working on a south-east Gippsland farm to come and help him during the trying conditions.
The Labor Party’s proposal for a floor price for milk was cautiously welcomed by national dairy advocacy groups at the UDV Conference in Melbourne on Friday.
The potential of augmented and virtual reality to transform agricultural supply chains will be explored at a new event hosted by Meat & Livestock Australia.
The Game Management Authority is reminding everyone to act safely, responsibly and legally as the 2019 duck season draws to a close this weekend. Game Management Authority (GMA) chief executive officer Graeme Ford said everyone must observe all...
The Victorian Government has been criticised by the Opposition and the VFF for excluding the rates cap in its local government rating system review.
A celebration to mark the completion of Mosquito Drain 40 was marked with a cake at an event where the drain finishes — near the property of Dhurringile dairy farmer Phillip Lang.
DNA testing will be used in the fight to save the Barmah brumbies, with supporters saying new analysis proves the horses are a unique breed.
Fonterra Australia’s milk supply crashed by more than a quarter in February compared to the same month last season as poor conditions took their toll. The figures, outlined in the company’s March Global Dairy Update, reveal milk collection...
There’s little end in sight to the pain experienced this year by the region’s dairy industry, with dry conditions continuing to worsen.
The banks of the Murray River will come alive on Saturday (May 4), with music, dancing and a barbecue to support drought affected communities. Held on the banks of the mighty Murray River at 467 Tuppal Rd, Tocumwal, the family friendly event, Blues...