Queensland Farmers Federation President Joanne Grainger says flaws in the electricity tariff reforms being proposed by the Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) could be dire Queensland farmers.
The South Burnett Regional Council, in conjunction with Bio-security Queensland, will be participating in a co-ordinated wild dog baiting program next month.
Kinbombi grazier John Cotter has been appointed to head up the State Government’s new Gasfields Commission which has been established “to restore Queensland’s confidence in the CSG industry”.
Queensland and northern New South Wales peanut and pulse growers now have a valuable new pest management tool to help maximise their profit potential.
Do you want to know more about predicting the weather? When to cut the hay or move the cattle? Then this one-day workshop at Tansey could be for you!
Industry-backed research body Pork CRC has allocated funds for short-term research projects – to be funded for a maximum of $50,000 for 12 months – to investigate the role of pork in a balanced diet.
Wet weather over the weekend failed to dampen enthusiasm for this year’s Nanango Show.
Are you getting the best out of your (working) dog? Would you like to experience stress-free stock handling?
The annual Nanango Show – now celebrating its 103rd year – will get underway at 7:00am this Saturday.
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation says it is looking forward to a constructive relationship with new Queensland Agriculture Minister John McVeigh.
Funding applications to the GRDC from agricultural groups wishing to hold conferences, workshops, seminars or field days closes today.
Local landholders interested in forestry management practices have been invited to attend a “chopper roller” field day at BJ Gentry’s eastern property off Manumbar Road, north of Nanango, on Friday, April 20.