agriculture

How Bundaberg producers are crushing the nut harvest

premium_icon How Bundaberg producers are crushing the nut harvest

AMS CEO Jolyon Burnett says crop quality is good, despite the challenging growing...

Tenders open for multi-million dollar agtech, logistics hub

premium_icon Tenders open for multi-million dollar agtech, logistics hub

Government looking for operators to establish and run facility

Fight against reef regulations rages on

premium_icon Fight against reef regulations rages on

Reef Regulations bill a "crushing blow" for Queensland farming

ALL-TIME HIGH: cattle price smashes saleyards record

premium_icon ALL-TIME HIGH: cattle price smashes saleyards record

Homegrown cattle have fetched the Roma Saleyards’ highest ever per-kilogram price...

Grazier banking on growing industry with Allora feedlot

premium_icon Grazier banking on growing industry with Allora feedlot

An Allora feedlot run by a Charleville grazier is set to bolster the growing...

Foreign spuds threaten Aussie markets

premium_icon Foreign spuds threaten Aussie markets

Import restrictions on fresh food could save our potato markets

JOBS BOOST: Balonne ag project gets green light and $250K

premium_icon JOBS BOOST: Balonne ag project gets green light and $250K

An innovative farming project in the Balonne region, tipped to create plenty of new...

Warning over Aussie fresh milk supply

Warning over Aussie fresh milk supply

Federal Agriculture Minister demands supermarkets help dairy farmers

Fed govt wants better deal for dairy farms

Fed govt wants better deal for dairy farms

Littleproud is calling supermarkets to give farmers a better price

The $24 an hour job Aussies aren’t applying for

premium_icon The $24 an hour job Aussies aren’t applying for

All but one Aussie citizen has shirked this lucrative job

$170m export package to keep farms operating, staff employed

premium_icon $170m export package to keep farms operating, staff employed

Airline closures have interrupted fresh produce exports.

COVID-19 hits farmers’ supply chains, hurts plans to plant

premium_icon COVID-19 hits farmers’ supply chains, hurts plans to plant

Coronavirus leaves rural supply chains in the balance

Two prawn farms with suspected white spot outbreak

premium_icon Two prawn farms with suspected white spot outbreak

Two southeast Queensland prawn farms have been sealed off

Support rolls in for producers during virus

premium_icon Support rolls in for producers during virus

Southern Downs producers to have access to key government staff

SWEET PICKING: Fruitful harvest of Imperial crop

premium_icon SWEET PICKING: Fruitful harvest of Imperial crop

Abbotsleigh Citrus Farm happy with impressive imperial harvest

SMASHING TREND: Avo on toast feeds industry demand

premium_icon SMASHING TREND: Avo on toast feeds industry demand

150 million serves of sourdough topped with smashed avocado

Hi-tech system a game changer for Aussie beef

premium_icon Hi-tech system a game changer for Aussie beef

A Queensland butcher is innovating in the beef industry through landmark cattle...

Visa changes to keep agriculture industry growing

premium_icon Visa changes to keep agriculture industry growing

Working Holiday Visas have been extended for regional businesses

New visa rules allow agriculture sector work to continue

premium_icon New visa rules allow agriculture sector work to continue

Temporary measures in place to allow important work in agriculture

Drawing a lime in the sand, farmer sows seeds of innovation

premium_icon Drawing a lime in the sand, farmer sows seeds of innovation

Turning a sour COVID-19 impact into a sweet fruity profit

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