Another link with the halcyon days of Newmarket has gone.
A star-studded line up will perform at Mornington on Sunday to raise money for drought-stricken Australian farmers.
A secret Powercor maintenance report predicts the electricity giant will have to lift the replacement rate of wooden poles eight-fold.
Long before the awesome Buy from the Bush campaign, Cunnamulla's Samantha Meurant was trying to give voice to regional, rural and remote business women.
In a first for regional tourism, the Outback Queensland Tourism Association has partnered with #buyfromthebush to offer western Queensland accommodation and experiences.
Maize crops can be sown in medium rainfall dryland or irrigated paddocks just two weeks after silage and spraying, thanks to a monster three-in-one machine created by Gippsland father and son team, Wayne and Hayden Bowden.
It is our genuine hope sharing these stories will provide some inspiration as we inch ever closer to rain.
The Hon. Shane Stone AC QC will lead the National Drought and North Queensland Flood Response and Recovery Agency.
The collection of timely data is the key to achieving better production and environmental outcomes on Cavan Station at Yass.
China will end up taking around 295-300,000t of our beef for 2019, making it Australia's biggest beef customer by volume.
Precise records ensured the Auchterlonie's Gippsland herd was selected to be part of DataGene's Ginfo program, the dairy industry's reference database for genetic information.
Coles has been told it should offer a 20c/litre levy to farmers after it was caught skimming millions off the 10c drought levy.
Sponsored content: Livestock producers are invited to join a program that tracks the results of using trace mineral injections for cattle and sheep - and possibly win them an overseas study trip.
Freight channels will continue to service grain demand throughout the eastern states through the 2019/20 harvest and into the New Year.
Meet the man who is proving that it's possible to have both a thriving agricultural business and protect our natural heritage at the same time.
We meet two cattle producers who say their lives have been made easier since installing an automated cattle crush.
Sponsored content: CommBank are getting behind National AgDay by celebrating all our Aussie farmers and the wider industry, big and small, old and young.
The Winnaleah District High School may have just 90 students but it's got its sights set on becoming a hub of sustainable agricultural learning and innovation.
Sponsored content: With Australian wheat and barley production down in the most recent harvest, what factors are set to influence our grain prices in the near future?
Robert Spurway, Fonterra chief operating officer, will head up the GrainCorp business if it gets approval to offload its malt business.
Namoi Cotton reduces head office numbers by almost half and restructures ginning and grower services jobs in NSW and Queensland.
Ray White Rural chairman Paul White and his partner Lynne Porscin have donated $100,000 to Drought Angels.
Isis River Orchard at Childers remains on the market after it was passed in auction for $1.6 million.
In this week's The Gauge, Brooke Sauer looks at the digital capability of those driving Australian agriculture.
In this week's The Gauge, CPC CEO Troy Setter is calling on the federal government to commit to the Northern Australia and Rangelands Fire Information Service (NAFI).