It’s made it! On Monday morning, Sunwater issued an alert that Boondooma Dam had reached 100.2 per cent capacity and was starting to spill.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has again called on the State Government to release its detailed business case into the future of Paradise Dam.
Cattle prices rose to new heights at Tuesday’s fortnightly combined agents sale in Murgon, despite heavy rain on Monday causing some cancellations.
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation has welcomed funding to deliver an agricultural resilience project that aims to build the strategic management capacity of farmers.
A hundred years of pioneering in the Boondooma area was remembered last Saturday when about 160 relatives and friends gathered at the Duff family’s Di Di Station to celebrate the farm’s centenary.
Agriculture Minister David Littleproud says the latest national account figures are further proof that the Australian agriculture is “leading the way in our economic recovery”.
An individual who pleaded guilty earlier this year to illegally importing foetal bovine serum in 2012 and producing fraudulent health certificates has been sentenced in Brisbane Magistrates Court.
The annual Nanango Campdraft made a welcome return last weekend … but it was a very close-run thing.
A 44-year-old man has died after a quad bike rolled at Wengenville, near Maidenwell, on Wednesday.
The South Burnett Livestock Exchange (SBLX) selling community has rallied behind a Murgon cattle producer who credits RACQ LifeFlight Rescue for saving his life.
A La Niña event – linked to wetter-than-average rainfall in parts of Australia and the possibility of more cyclones – has been confirmed in the Pacific Ocean.
Grants are now available to help farmers establish or expand their operations into agritourism.
Poultry breeders who compete at the Nanango Show and members of local bird breeding associations who meet at Nanango’s Showgrounds will be now able to take advantage of a greatly improved facility.
An information session will be held in Wondai next week to advise local growers about farm labour needs and best industry practice.
Coolabunia Saleyards have been losing an average $86,000 a year for the past five years, according to a new report prepared by a South Burnett Regional Council working group.
The South + Central Queensland Regional Forestry Hub has received a $900,000 boost in funding from the Federal Government.
AgForce Queensland has slammed the ANZ Bank for adopting animal welfare principles without seriously engaging with the livestock industry.
The State Government has broken an election promise to deliver a full feasibility study about the Bradfield Scheme, according to Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington.
A State Government researcher has identified a new pathogen affecting mungbean crops in Queensland.
The Federal Government is providing $1.1 million towards establishing national traceability arrangements for all horses.