A Durong grazing property is taking part in a high-tech trial of satellite rain gauges which aims to help scientists plug gaps in Queensland’s rainfall data.
Nanango Show is celebrating its 120th birthday this weekend – and the festivities are going to be huge!
The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries’ trial farm at Redvale looks finally to have reached the end of its life.
Viral fragments of African Swine Fever and Foot and Mouth Disease have again been detected in the mail.
After a 12-month break due to COVID, the 80th Goomeri Show returned with gusto last weekend.
The State Government has welcomed the emergency use approval of a biopesticide to combat fall armyworm.
The not-for-profit Red Earth Community Foundation (RECF) is working on a project to help shape the future of the Burnett region over the next 50 years.
Tuesday’s fortnightly combined agents sale in Murgon saw a yarding of 650 head, largely due to good rainfall in many local areas recently.
A delegation from the South Burnett Rail Trail Users Association addressed the SBRC’s March meeting on Wednesday to seek Council support for a Proston-Hivesville Rail Trail.
Excitement is building for the 2021 Nanango Show, with the judging of the 2021 Miss Showgirl and Rural Ambassador last Saturday.
Another Murgon Show is done and dusted … which means the hard-working volunteers which made it all happen are now already beginning to plan the 2022 event!
Exports of Queensland melons to New Zealand can resume following the lifting of bans by the NZ Government.
Murgon’s fortnightly combined agents sale drew a yarding of 750 cattle on Tuesday.
Grants worth $1.4 million to target feral pests are available under Round 6 of the State Government’s Queensland Feral Pest Initiative.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has authorised the Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation (QDO) to use its “Fair Go Dairy” licensing scheme for five years.
An alliance of farming and environmental groups has been formed with the aim of creating an independent system to assess land management.
The annual Proston Show was one of the few local shows to go ahead in 2020 and organisers weren’t going to allow COVID-19 rules and regulations to stop it going ahead in 2021.
COVID-19 and other organisational difficulties have led to the cancellation of the 2021 Blackbutt Show.
Sunwater says it has reached a significant milestone in its work at Paradise Dam to improve the safety of downstream communities.
Farmers are being encouraged to have their say on the Farm Management Deposits Scheme (FMDS) … is it meeting your needs and working efficiently?