Matilda Scott, Conara, Tasmania, has been awarded the 2018 Golden Stencil, as a part of the AWEX/TAFE National Graduate Wool Classer Competition, held at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
Richard McAuliffe has only been farm manager at ‘Buchan Station’ for three years, but for half of that time has endured one of the region’s toughest seasons in decades.
Woolgrowers are being encouraged to participate in a trial that tests different drench resistance test methods.
Westleigh White Suffolk stud, Beaufort, will feature the first progeny from a ram purchased at the Royal Adelaide Show Elite sale, during this year’s Sheep Week.
The Ogden family know first-hand the value of the Royal Children’s Hospital, so for the last five years have donated the proceeds of a pen of lambs to the charity, this year raising $5000.
Australian woolgrowers look set for another bumper year according to Rural Bank's Australian Wool Annual Review.
A small discerning crowd bid higher than expected for scanned and lambed ewes at a special sale of store sheep at Wycheproof on Friday.
Australian agricultural industry groups are bracing for attacks from animal activists globally following the recent release of an explosive documentary which claims to “expose the dark underbelly of modern animal agriculture”.
Harking back to the late 18th century, Southdowns are one of the oldest sheep breeds and their presence at Sydney showed their genetics are still relevant in an increasingly modernistic age
GROWING up on his family’s farm in Mansfield inspired a career in agriculture for Todd Heaysman, who now aspires to be a future leader of the industry.