INTRODUCING new commodities into their operation has allowed the Watson family to manage good and bad years.
THE Rural Press Club of Victoria held their annual journalism and photography awards in Melbourne last week.
YOUNG journalists and journalism students attended a Rural Press Club of Victoria Young Journalist Forum in Melbourne last week, where they were educated about career opportunities in regional and rural Victoria.
Click went the shears, and the community spirit, at a Shearing for Kids with Cancer fundraiser day at Wanalta last month.
BEEF producers and other relevant industry people converged on Bairnsdale last week, to attend the East Gippsland Better Beef Conference.
SINCE coming home to farm in late 2005, fourth-generation farmer David Ferrier, and wife De-Anne, have worked to make improvements on the family’s 5000-hectare Jil Jil property.
Livestock saleyards owners and operators met in Melbourne for their annual conference. Guests were able to view new scanning technologies and heard about the EID roll out in the United Kingdom and Victoria.
IT WAS a big day for the Suffolks and Corriedales, who each took out two first place ribbons in the interbreed judging at Sheepvention last week.
A near total clearance of Merinos saw the spring selling season start with a bang, at the Glenelg field day, Balmoral, Vic.
Guests at a Melbourne Agribusiness Australia breakfast were told there were complex challenges and sensible solutions to lift the sectors output and ensure long-term prosperity.