Whilst money certainly isn’t everything for most farm employees, getting pay rates right and putting together an appealing package is an important part of attracting and retaining the right people on farm.
The annual Dairy Farm Monitor report has revealed that in 2022-23 Victoria’s dairy farmers experienced the best financial returns since the project began 17 years ago.
Bade Ness Rural conducted their Ryegrass Trials at their Killarney site on Tuesday October 10th.
It’s time for the region’s farmers to kick off the gumboots and Blundstones for a new event on their social calendar.
The ‘Women on Farms Gathering,’ Port Fairy branch held a Rural Crime and Security Information Night on October 5th at the Union Station Hotel in Woolsthorpe.
MOMENTUM is growing for a national animal welfare code that could pave the way for virtual fencing across Australian farming businesses.
A SEMINAR on Thursday, September 14, sponsored by J M Ellis & Co, at Tarrington with presentations by Animal Innovations and Management (AIM) senior technical sales specialist, Rob Coburn and technical sales specialist, Matt Hall, on the topic of ‘Feeding Livestock for Profit’ was well attended.
SOUTH-WEST dairy farmers put their thinking caps on and their general knowledge to the test at the WestVic Dairy Young Dairy Network (YDN) Trivia Night on Friday, September 1.
HUGE disparities in the price of red meat through the livestock exchange compared to the price consumers are paying at supermarkets has been reported by Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA).
AUSTRALIAN barley exporters are re-entering the Chinese market after China removed the 80.5 per cent duty on the product in early August, benefiting both Australian producers and Chinese consumers.