A new farm safety guide, produced by SafeWork NSW and NSW Farmers has been launched, ensuring farmers and their families stay safe when working on the land.
As The Farmer celebrates its first birthday, see how our previously featured farmers are coping with drought, hear of their lessons and see where future markets may lead.
With over 900,000 horses in Australia, a national register would improve biosecurity and rider safety. But is it a cost-effective solution?
Western Division farmer Greg Rogers maintains Crown land previously reserved for stock route watering should be secured by farmers.
SPONSORED: Ever dreamt of going to the world’s most famous rodeo? Meet Om and Savita Jhorar, who will travel to Calgary Stampede courtesy of NSW Farmers and WFI.
Farmers have been living it for years, but in mid-2018 the reality of the weather crisis finally hit the headlines. But could this media coverage hurt market prospects?
Wonboyn farmer and NSW Farmers Oyster Committee Chair Caroline Henry is a strong voice for oyster farmers and the industry's future.
Many people living in rural or remote NSW do not have adequate access to health care, but a range of online health services are aiming to change that.
Young farmers are leading the pack to overcome age-old stereotypes to help lift the image of the industry.
An initiative driven by NSW Farmers is helping female members find their voice and equip them to be better leaders in their community.