FARMERS are being urged to check their crop closely as armyworms are becoming more frequent and increasingly more damaging. Agriculture Victoria land management extension officer, Heather Drendel said there were higher numbers of armyworm and she urged farmers to address the issue promptly. “There are higher numbers than usual this year in some crops,” she […]
VRFish, the peak body representing Victorian recreational fishers, is backing the Victorian Government’s commitment to guarantee access to fishing and camping on Crown land that have grazing licences and river frontage.
NAB has predicted a “limited upside” for Australian wool prices this year, with recovery not expected until 2021.
FROM June 22, 2020 dairy farmers across Australia can apply for grants to make their energy use more efficient and to reduce their power bills through the government’s Energy Efficient Communities program.
AS consumers we are much more aware of the way we buy products, the way they are packaged and where they are made – now more than ever.
ON March 12 the Morrison Government announced a $17.6 billion stimulus package, in an effort to soften the economic blow of coronavirus (COVID-19).
MAYA Linnell has just released her long awaited second novel.
EMPLOYERS are benefiting with a significant increase to the business cashflow boost scheme announced as part of the $17.6 billion stimulus package on March 12, in an effort to soften the economic blow of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
AT first glance – it may seem an unlikely pairing, but mixing a true love of country living with shearing and photography has paid dividends for James Braszell.
THE 2020 Ermenegildo Zegna ‘Vellus Aureum’ award for the world’s finest and best fleece was won by David and Susan Rowbottom of Rowensville at St Helens – their sixth win in seven years.