AgForce has praised the State Government for its decision to continue offering support measures for a further year as drought continues across much of Queensland.
More than 67 per cent of Queensland remains in drought after a disappointing start to the wet season.
Scientists believe they have settled a debate about the origins of the peanut … did the first modern plants arise 10,000 or 450,000 years ago?
South Burnett residents are being urged have their say about the next round of the Federal Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program (MBSP).
A Queensland transport company has been fined $25,000 and a truck driver $5000 for moving cattle from a ticky area through a cattle tick-free zone.
The South Burnett, North Burnett and Bundaberg regional councils will receive $338,000 to combat pests and weeds.
Four abattoirs have been delisted by China over “issues related to labelling and health certificate requirements”
The union representing dairy process workers throughout Australia has welcomed the call for a supermarket levy on milk.
Most of this year’s Ekka may have been cancelled but the Royal Queensland Show’s popular Led Steer competition will still be held.
The State Government has announced an extra $10 million has been tipped into its Sustainability Loans program to help pork producers prepare for African Swine Fever.
Cooyar Agricultural Society will receive more than $430,000 from the Federal Government to build a new multipurpose facility at the showgrounds.
Pratt Agencies’ annual Weaner Sale last Friday saw 900 quality weaner steers and heifers yarded.
Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has called for a retail levy on all dairy products to support Australian farmers.
The State Government will freeze irrigation prices for a year and absorb dam safety costs
South Burnett residents who thought it was chillier than usual on Saturday morning weren’t imagining it.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has assured growers they can maintain a seasonal workforce while meeting their COVID-19 public health obligations.
South Burnett Regional Council will continue to press the State Government to eliminate or reduce the costs of Roadside Grazing Permits.
More than 6000 farmers, businesses, tourism operators, and community and sports clubs, won’t have to pay State land rent for six months under a series of measures to protect Queensland businesses and jobs.
Australia has mobilised a team to help Papua New Guinea deal with an outbreak of African Swine Fever.
Information about feeding and caring for livestock during drought is now being delivered online by the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.