While the show season has been severely curtailed in many states, Bruce Pattinson has been getting a few requests to help people understand what goes on at a show.
Delivery of all services in regional and remote rural areas has declined in recent years and delivery of skills training has been affected by this trend. With that in mind, Tocal College created the Agskills Program.
Along with a beekeepers' passion for honey bees, the fact that they are stinging insects, fatal to those who have anaphylaxis to their venom, should always be considered in any plans and activities undertaken with our hives.
Foxes are destructive, killing far more than they need, and are very clever hunters, often being able to avoid dogs to get to pens.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and a bit of pre-Christmas planning could make for a stress free festive season for farmers.
It is often said that in the process of dying one's whole life flashes by. Here is part two of A dying bee remembers with part one running in the November edition of Smart Farmer.
Keeping your livestock well fed, healthy and productive year round, through good seasons and bad, is a challenge for all livestock producers.
When Ron Miller was retiring as a journalism academic from Canberra University, he decided he wanted to get into cider making. Having no experience, Ron had to learn as he was going along.
With plenty of canola crop hay currently of the market, Local Land Services has been fielding queries about whether it is a useful feed for livestock.