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New soil health package supports National Soil Strategy

Australia’s leading soil analysis laboratory, Nutrient Advantage, has launched a new soil health package that will enable farmers to benchmark and improve the health...

Mixed cropping bag

A mixed bag is the most succinct way senior agronomist Andrew Johnston, Dalby Rural Supplies, can describe the 2021 winter cropping season. After five tough,...

Implications of Net Zero

Agri-business lawyer TOM MARLAND, who will be a regular contributor to Queensland Farmer Today, takes a look at what Net Zero 2050 mean for...

Historic Ag Visa adds to bumper year of achievements

Getting the Ag Visa over the line has set up the ag industry to continue to lead Australia’s economic recovery, writes David Littleproud. The Covid-19...

Beefing up confidence

There is much to feel incredibly positive about for Australia’s world-leading red meat and livestock industry, says MLA managing director JASON STRONG. Herd and flock...

Farmers paid for biodiversity management in pilot

Farmers in the Burnett-Mary region are now eligible for a brand-new native vegetation program. The Burnett-Mary region, which includes the North, South and Cherbourg council...

Rural health challenge

What an exciting time to be on the front end of a great deal of change in our world. In many places across the nation,...

’Disappointing’ Kingaroy bank closure draws community ire

Kingaroy customers of the Australian banking giant ANZ will soon have to make the transition to online-only services or face a two-hour commute to...

Australian red meat positioned strongly in the global market

The Australian red meat and livestock industry’s ability to adapt and respond to significant challenges over the past 12 months has positioned the sector...

Stud on cloud nine after sensational sale

It was an outstanding week away at the Rockhampton Brahman Week 2021 for stud owners Steve and Sharon Turner who were left feeling “on...

A True Gentleman

Born in Goomeri on 23 December 1936, Earl David Sealy Pratt was the eldest of five children born to Basil and Desma Pratt. Earl...

Out of Africa

The Ussher family have turned to Africa as part of their plan to revive their Kin Kin property with chemical-free grazing and mushroom farming,...

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Winter planting on levelled paddocks at Meandarra

GPS levelled paddocks have allowed Chris Cook of “Trenmore”, Meandarra to sow half his wheat crop this year despite receiving record rainfall. In all, 400...

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