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Parliament passes legislation to ban live sheep exports by sea

A Bill to phase out live sheep exports by sea on 1 May 2028 has officially been passed only two months after the Albanese...

World first soil scan innovation

Groundbreaking automation for a soil-scanning process vital to successful broadacre crop planning has been developed at the Central Queensland Smart Cropping Centre. Electro-magnetic survey scanning...

Powering renewable future

In Queensland there is currently $60 billion being spent or earmarked to be spent on renewable energy investment projects. The Queensland Governments Energy and Jobs...

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A field day for everyone

Farmers of all types flocked to this year’s Elders FarmFest situated in Kingsthorpe in the heart of the Darling Downs on a purpose-built site...

Deep phosphorus research

Understanding how to maximise the efficiency of phosphorus fertiliser use is becoming more important than ever as the fertility of Queensland grain-cropping soils diminishes Long-term...

Building resilience in leaders

Social enterprises play a crucial role in addressing local needs and fostering community resilience, but what happens to the wellbeing of teams leading these...

The ride of his life

Ross Maclean jokes he's in a state of withdrawal after riding 4214 kilometre to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House. "It's a bit difficult to...

Passion turns to Gold

A Central Queensland couple, Dan and Alice Rye of Evaldar, discovered their passion for mango farming after changing from their mining and media careers...

New era of beef genetics

While having a slightly different approach to traditional beef cattle breeding, Chinchilla farmers Nick and Kate Boshammer are the first graziers to incorporate “NuEra“...

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Parliament passes legislation to ban live sheep exports by sea

A Bill to phase out live sheep exports by sea on 1 May 2028 has officially been passed only two months after the Albanese...

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