Mary O’Brien is a straight-talking ag consultant who knows a lot about spray drift and nozzles … but it’s her outreach to country blokes that is now turning heads.
Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has expressed “extreme disappointment” over a decision by Chinese authorities to impose steep tariffs on Australian wine.
Members of the “Kingaroy Needs A Big Peanut” committee met South Burnett Regional councillors and Council staff on Thursday morning to discuss possible locations for a planned sculpture.
Bega Cheese – the owners of the Peanut Company of Australia – has agreed to buy Lion’s dairy and drinks business for $534 million.
South Burnett Regional Council will maintain its ownership of the Coolabunia Saleyards but will draw up a five-year plan aimed at reinvigorating the facility.
The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority has issued two more permits for the control of Fall Armyworm, bringing the total number of current permits to 37.
There has been a large rise in financing for ag machinery, figures released this week by the Commonwealth Bank show.
South Burnett Regional Council’s free “Farmers Night Out” dinners are happening around the region from this Friday.
Country music’s Dean Perrett and Mick Lindsay took to the stage at ‘Bethany’ on Saturday night to celebrate the fourth annual National Agriculture & Related Industries Day …
Livestock transporters may welcome new rules which remove some red tape when shifting stock.
Applications have opened for the 2021 AgriFutures Horizon Scholarship Program.
600 head were yarded for Murgon’s fortnightly combined agents sale on Tuesday, November 17.
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation says Queenslanders have a lot to celebrate on National Agriculture Day (November 20).
The long-running saga about peanut butter labels may finally be over after the High Court dismissed an application by Kraft Heinz for special leave to appeal.
BIEDO has entered into new partnerships with its two member organisations: the South Burnett and North Burnett councils.
The destructive fall armyworm moth – first detected in Australia in February this year – is here to stay.
Workplace Health And Safety Queensland has warned property owners of the dangers of working alone in remote areas after a tragic death in August.
Diners at the KCCI breakfast in Kingaroy on Thursday morning had the opportunity to preview copies of local chef Roberta Schablon’s new cookbook, “The Saucy Fork”.
South Burnett Regional Council will be part of a new economic development body made up neighbouring councils, Mayor Brett Otto announced at the KCCI breakfast on Thursday morning.
Local singer Dean Perrett – whose latest single “Six Decks To Darwin” has been making a big impression on country music charts this year – will be one of the guest entertainers at a special event to be held at the Bjelke-Petersen property ‘Bethany’ later this month.