Fires in harvesters are far too common but researchers say they are completely preventable.
As drought persists farmers are investing wisely in their next farm staple – the tractor. Find out what made the list at AgQuip this year.
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The alarming global decline in bee populations, coupled with a growing awareness about the crucial role these insects play in pollinating crops, has sparked a surge in demand for beekeeping courses.
Baking scones, legalising medicinal marijuana and campaigning for drought all in a day’s work for the Country Women’s Association, Australia’s most powerful female lobbying group.
SPONSORED - Understanding variability is the key to precision agriculture