The LNP has promised to build the much-discussed Barlil Weir on Barambah Creek should it win office at the October 31 State Election.
Combined agents yarded 930 head in Murgon on Tuesday, and export cattle were much stronger on previous sales.
Five industry lobby groups have joined forces to urge whichever party wins the State Election to prioritise “revenue, regions and reasonable regulation”.
A book was launched this week to celebrate the contribution of the AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award through the lens of the women who have been a part of its 21-year history.
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation is seeking interested farmers to become involved in a wellbeing program which will support farmers after natural disasters.
A Maclagan dairy farmer has been taken to court by the Fair Work Ombudsman after allegations he failed to pay a casual backpacker correctly.
Applications are now open for the 2021 Red Earth Community Leadership Program.
Combined agents yarded 900 head in Murgon on Tuesday with all descriptions selling to strong rates, especially light weaner cattle.
A 52ha macadamia and avocado orchard at Mt Binga will be auctioned online later this month.
Barely a week after being named a Queensland #eatqld Champion, award-winning winemaker Clovely Estate has put a large slice of its business on the market.
Dr Annelise Wiebkin has been appointed by the Federal Government to co-ordinate national action to reduce the damage feral deer cause to farms and the environment.
South Burnett Regional Council has scheduled a series of one-on-one information sessions for local primary producers.
The South Burnett’s largest winery – Clovely Estate at Moffatdale – has been named as Queensland’s twelfth #eatqld Champion.
South Burnett Regional Council has given approval to a Cloyna piggery to more than triple its size over the next eight years.
Federal Government grants of up to $200,000 are available for organisations, farmer groups and individuals with ideas about how to build drought resilience.
The Bureau of Meteorology has confirmed a La Niña weather pattern is now established in the tropical Pacific – and is expected to last until at least January.
The Bureau of Meteorology always gets it rainfall forecasts wrong, right? Well, no, maybe they are just a bit confusing at times …
Senator Susan McDonald has put out a call for an army of “weekend warriors” to join a countrywide effort to pick crops.
South Burnett landholders interested in setting up pest animal working groups have been invited to attend information sessions organised by the South Burnett Regional Council.
The MTAQ – the peak body which represents automotive dealers – has called for more tests ahead of the introduction of compulsory new safety devices on quad bikes.