The National Farmers’ Federation has is called for a greater emphasis on quad bike safety to address the ever-increasing number of fatalities on Australian farms.
Queensland’s first ever Camel Field Day is being hailed a huge success by organisers after about 400 people turned up to enjoy the event held at Bindanoon camel farm at Blackbutt on Saturday.
The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) and Australian Year of Farmer have entered into a partnership to help promote farm awareness in the general community.
The Queensland Government will begin consultations on a 30-year strategic plan for agriculture as part of a “Six Month Action Plan” announced today.
Researchers from the University of Melbourne have shown that two different veterinary vaccines – used simultaneously to control the same condition in chickens – have combined to produce new infectious viruses, prompting action from Australia’s veterinary medicines regulator.
Queensland Agriculture Minister John McVeigh slammed Federal Labor’s carbon tax today saying it would cripple regional Queensland by driving up the cost of doing business and potentially kill off local industries and jobs across the State.
The Kingaroy-based Peanut Company of Australia has recorded a loss of $6.4 million
Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Minister John McVeigh has announced new measures to make wild dog baiting easier and allow graziers to better co-ordinate district-wide baiting programs.
The best of the South Burnett’s many show winners were selected on Saturday to represent the region at the Brisbane Exhibition next month.
The Goomeri Beef Bonanza was held in conjunction with the 2012 South Burnett Sub-Chamber Finals – hosted by the Goomeri Show Society – at the Goomeri Showgrounds on Saturday.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington is celebrating the first 100 days of the LNP State Government
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Interest rates for the State Government’s First Start and Sustainability Loans have been cut with the aim of stimulating further investment and support for Queensland’s agricultural sector.
Cattle studs aren’t usually the highlight of a weekend out touring in the country … but for this load of travellers, cattle studs will be all that they’ll be wanting to see when their coach cruises around the South Burnett next month.
The National Farmers’ Federation has renewed its call for the Federal Government to do more to stop the costs of the carbon tax being passed on to the nation’s farmers.
A “Targeting Pests & Weeds” information day will be held at Durong Hall on the Durong-Mundubbera Road from 10:00am to3:00pm this Monday June 25.
One of the most anticipated technologies in Australian agriculture, the Harrington Seed Destructor, has progressed to commercial production.
A “Targeting Pests & Weeds” information day will be held at the former Kingaroy DPI Research Station in Goodger Road, Kingaroy from 10:00am to 3:00pm this Friday, June 22.
Kingaroy won’t be getting a new Tick Officer despite a vocal push from local graziers.
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The National Farmers’ Federation is seeking “an immediate and full briefing” from the Federal Attorney-General Nicola Roxon over proposed changes to Native Title legislation announced today.
The National Farmers’ Federation has welcomed today’s interest rate cut, calling on financial lenders to pass the full 0.25 per cent cut to their agribusiness customers.
Queensland’s first-ever Camel Field Day is definitely going ahead on Saturday … despite the rain!
Ruralco Holdings has acquired a 10.1 per cent stake in Elders but both companies say there is no current intention of making a takeover bid.