AgForce has called on the State Government to give rural firefighters “the recognition and legal protection they deserve”.
Consumers will never get to see the Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation’s “Fair Go Dairy” logo despite the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) giving it the green light in March.
Murgon’s fortnightly Combined Agents Sale yarded 850 on Tuesday, with all descriptions selling to dearer rates.
South Burnett Regional Council’s pest management team has detected another outbreak of Harrisia cactus (Harrisia martinii) in the region.
Agriculture is looking at another record-breaking year, with the gross value of production forecast to reach $73 billion in 2021-22.
An elderly man was seriously injured when he was trampled by cattle on a private property near Murgon on Monday afternoon.
Expressions of interest are being sought from Queensland and NSW farmers to take part in a study aiming to better understand how they consider and choose electricity tariffs.
The Bunya Bull Sale held at Coolabunia Saleyards on Saturday offered buyers a choice of 73 beasts.
The Australian Workers’ Union is calling on Agriculture Minister David Littleproud to clarify urgently details about the Federal Government’s agricultural visa scheme.
A surge in rural land values – driven by low interest rates, strong commodity prices, farm consolidation and fewer farms for sale – is causing nervousness in the industry, according to the latest ANZ Agri Report.
Tuesday’s combined agents sale in Murgon saw 700 head yarded, with the market fully firm on the previous sale.
Farmers in the Burnett-Mary natural resource management region have been invited to apply for “stewardship” payments to improve remnant native vegetation.
Bega Cheese’s annual sales revenue for 2020-21 has risen 39 per cent over the previous 12 months, topping $2.07 billion.
If you spot Durong grazier Georgie Somerset wearing lilac these days, it’s because she’s become a “shirt ambassador” to help raise funds for Ronald McDonald House.
Almost 20 per cent of quad bikes assessed at dealerships across Australia were not compliant with the first stage of the new national safety standard that came into force last October.
Applications are now open for the 2022 AgriFutures Rural Women’s Awards.
The Federal Government has announced a new Australian Agriculture visa which aims to entice temporary farm workers to Australia with the promise of a future pathway to permanent residency.
A Maclagan dairy farmer has been fined $17,500 after failing to comply with a notice issued under the Fair Work Act.
Former State and Federal MP John McVeigh is taking over as chair of Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE).
The COVID pandemic scuttled the 2021 Brisbane Exhibition but some of the Ekka’s popular competitions were still able to be held.