The Queensland Dairyfarmers Organisation says farmers face an uncertain future following the blocking of the sale of Lion Dairy.
Biosecurity Queensland is urging poultry owners to have good biosecurity measures in place after avian influenza was detected on six more farms in Victoria.
An independent panel is to conduct a State Government examination of the Bradfield inland irrigation scheme.
Two merchant seamen have been refused entry into Australia after trying to smuggle in nearly 5kg of pork and pork products in breach of biosecurity laws.
Terry Nolan, from export meat processors Nolan Meats, has been named a Queensland #eatqld Champion.
Agents yarded 600 head in Murgon on Tuesday, and export cattle remained firm on previous sales.
Senator Susan McDonald has urged any farmer who has had commercial dealings with big supermarkets to have the courage to tell their stories.
The Federal Government is supporting a trial to determine the most suitable system to support digital traceability in the export supply chain of melons.
An exemption to border restrictions was approved last week for some Queensland and NSW farmers and agribusiness workers.
An historic “walkie-talkie” Stolzenberg peanut thresher is back where it belongs, under cover outside the Kingaroy Heritage Museum in Edward Street.
Deals struck between supermarkets and the farmers who supply them will be put under the microscope by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission from Monday.
Applications are now open for Round 4 of the Federal Government’s Smart Farms Small Grants scheme.
The Grains Research Development Corporation (GRDC) will be focussing on peanuts and soybeans during their online research update this week.
A Monash University lecturer claims Chinese allegations that Australia has been “dumping” cheap wine is payback for past actions.
The Bureau of Meteorology says the chance of a La Niña occurring this year – meaning above-average rainfall and more tropical cyclones – has increased to 70 per cent, roughly three times the normal likelihood.
Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has defended the Australian wine industry over allegations of dumping made by Chinese officials.
Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington assured AgForce members gathered in Kingaroy on Friday night the LNP is on track to win the October 31 State Election.
BlazeAid – the volunteer organisation which has come to the aid of the South Burnett multiple times in recent years – has been recognised with a prestigious Commonwealth “Points of Light” award by the Queen.
LNP Member for Callide Colin Boyce voted against his party on a major piece of environmental legislation this week.
Three new members have been appointed to the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Northern Region Panel for the next two years.