When oysters are stolen it’s not just farmers’ incomes that suffer. Thieves can potentially damage the entire industry, says South East NSW farmer Caroline Henry.
With 100% of NSW declared in drought in August, it’s comforting to note that support services are here in droves. Whether it’s a neighbour or a health professional, there is hope for overcoming depression.
Despite seeing his winter forage crops fail for the first time, Central West cattle farmer Angus Atkinson says the story isn’t all bad.
Coonamble based vet Dr Jillian Kelly spends much of her time helping farmers keep their livestock alive through the drought.
Thousands of migrants are keen to work on our farms. The problem is that all the red tape makes it hard for agriculture to employ them. Here four farmers share their frustrations and solutions.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Michael McCormack answers NSW Farmers’ questions on the Inland Rail.
Sorghum farmers in NSW and Queensland are suing for
damages after purchasing bags of seeds allegedly contaminated
with the noxious weed shattercane.
SPONSORED: Mackenna Powell has invested years into helping farmers safeguard their livelihood. “It’s the best thing I ever did,” she says.
It’s a once-in-a-generation project that will revitalise rural Australia – so why are landowners so upset? The Farmer investigates why the existing rail corridor is being bypassed.
Purchasing a first home is hard enough for most Australians, but for prospective young farmers, it’s virtually impossible. It’s time to give the new generation some tax relief.