NSW growers are worried that imported cut flowers, many infested with pests and disease, are putting the flower industry at risk without stricter biosecurity controls.
Right-to-farm issues are causing concern for many farmers. NSW Farmers is lobbying for new legislation to protect them.
Bob Hawke Landcare Award winner Charlie Arnott sees his stock as tools to manage his pasture, and despite the drought, his paddocks are thriving.
The drought declaration policy was scrapped by the NSW government in 2013 but not everyone is convinced. Two Central West farmers weigh in but not everyone thinks this was the right decision.
North Coast oyster farmers have integrated clever practices to remain sustainable since the introduction of Pacific oysters.
Water levels are at record lows creating unrest with farmers and allocations. So who's getting all the water?
Despite welcome rainfall the DPI is anticipating excessive transmission losses over the summer.
Dung beetles may not be the prettiest but these creatures are helping improve pasture production, soil fertility, moisture retention and pest control.
Making the switch to a solar-diesel hybrid pumping system has slashed this Central West NSW farmer’s fuel bills – and cut greenhouse emissions to boot.
The drought has wiped out hay reserves and hay prices have skyrocketed, leading some to argue hay exports should be redirected to drought-stricken farmers.