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AUTUMN conditions have created ideal growing conditions for poisonous mushrooms across the state, Victoria’s chief health officer Professor Charles Guest warned.

Admin - April 5, 2022

AUTUMN is a critical time for farmers as they anticipate the break.

Admin - April 4, 2022

rom plain view, but remains a very serious issue for our society.

Jodi Fry - April 3, 2022

DUCK hunting season is upon us again, with a reduced bag limit announced in late February.
Ironically, this announcement coincided with the final court date of ‘activist’ Cara Jade Garrett, who was fined in the Warrnambool Magistrates’ Court in late February for several offences relating to duck hunting from 2019.

Michelle Muir - April 2, 2022

WITH the wide readership covered by the Western District Farmer we are sure there is always something happening on your property – whether it is dry, wet, harvest time, shearing time, calving or lambing time, play time or work…

Admin - April 1, 2022

THREE generations on and Moora Poll Hereford Stud is going from strength to strength.

Admin - March 31, 2022

THE Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) has predicted a record high $81 billion in agricultural production for 2021-22.

Admin - March 30, 2022

THE Inspiring Women of Moyne celebrated International Women’s Day at a morning tea in the Kirkstall Hotel.
Moyne Shire Councillor Karen Foster started proceedings acknowledging the difficulties that she and many other women faced when trying to take on roles of responsibility and significance.

Jodi Fry - March 29, 2022

AS the State Government has yet to completely rule out a policy to reintroduce dingoes (Wilkurr) into Gariwerd (Grampians) and other national parks, a public meeting will be held in Dunkeld in April, where all stakeholders can voice their concerns.

Lizzie Hallam - March 28, 2022

MILK price has long been a bone of contention between farmers and processors.
Whilst the price for milk solids at the farm gate has been higher over the past three seasons, so have input costs for farmers.

Michelle Muir - March 27, 2022
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