Queensland women are encouraged to get their nominations in by the end of the month for the 2015 Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) Rural Women’s Award.
Queensland watermelon growers fear that a new virus identified in crops from in the Northern Territory could spread to local areas.
Durong grazier Georgie Somerset has been nominated as one of the “100 Women of Influence” for 2014.
If you’re interested in unusual foods or would just like to experience a real farm with cows, alpacas, guineas and crops, why not take a Picnic In The Paddock this weekend?
More than $211 million was channelled to drought-stricken farmers and victims of natural disasters by the State Government during the past financial year.
The State Government has announced 10 scholarships of $10,000 each will be offered to students wishing to study at a Queensland Agricultural College.
South Burnett primary producers had the opportunity to quiz Agriculture Minister John McVeigh and Natural Resources Minister Andrew Cripps at an all-day industry field day held in Kingaroy on Wednesday.
Are you interested in organic farming? Would you like to learn more about fresh, pure foods? How about finding out how to cook the perfect steak? If so, you should book a place at Bronel Natural Foods’ “Day On The Farm” experience during this year’s South Burnett and Cherbourg On Show long weekend.
There’s going to be a free open day at the new Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport on September 28
A survey released today by the Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation shows that less than quarter of farmers believe they will still be in the industry in five years.
Visitors coming to Kingaroy for this weekend’s vintage machinery rally could well go home with an extra John Deere tractor or two.
The South Burnett may get its first-ever beekeeping club after an Open Day at Burnett Beekeeping Supplies in Kingaroy on Saturday attracted around 35 interested visitors.
The Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation has again urged the Federal Government to amend the Competition and Consumer Act to introduce an “effects test” into the legislation.
Members of the Grains Research and Development Corp’s Northern Panel visited Kingaroy on Wednesday
Mining and resources companies in Queensland no longer have to issue public notifications when seeking an Environmental Authority for “low impact” mines.
Out past Goomeri, the Shaftesbury Centre has launched its third program in the South Burnett … this time an agricultural training facility for young indigenous men.
Cutting edge grain industry research will take centre stage next week when the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Northern Panel visits Kingaroy on Wednesday.
A survey conducted by AgForce Queensland has found almost 98 per cent of consumers believe Australian beef producers are delivering a safe, nutritious and high quality product.
Beekeepers have been invited to get together to discuss the possibility of forming a local beekeeping club
Farmers now have a new enemy in the battle against weeds: glyphosate-resistant Sweet Summer Grass.