Good quality heavy grown steers and bullocks dominated the first Roma prime yarding of 2017 on January 19.
Communities across Far North Queensland are gearing up to honour groups and individuals for Australia Day 2017.
The first Roma store sale for the New Year attracted a small but quality yarding with some excellent lines included.
A male is assisting police with enquiries following an assault in Charters Towers overnight that has left an 18-year-old man in hospital.
Prime cattle were in shorter supply at Monto but sold to strong competition while younger store cattle were also in hot demand.
A smaller but quality yarding came to hand at Emerald on January 19 with a full buying panel driving demand across all categories.
A Queensland civil engineering firm has won a $70 million bulk earthworks contract for Rio Tinto's new bauxite project at Weipa.
Australian egg exports could grow 600 per cent in 2017 as producers scramble to help fill a massive supply gap in South Korea
Most cropping systems rely fairly heavily on a small group of non-selective or ‘knock-down’ herbicides.
Burdekin and Wet Tropics sugar cane farmers can bid for funding of up to $500,000 to reduce nitrogen levels in water leaving their farms and entering the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon.
Four months after the collapse of a proposed $2 billion irrigated cropping project at Georgetown, Etheridge Shire Council is taking the first steps towards establishing a business model to develop a project using water from the Gilbert River catchment.
The annual Malanda Cup Race Day was a resounding success at the Morrow Park race track at the weekend.
A Northern Territory outback station was forced to swim a herd of 300 goats to safety across a croc infested river yesterday.
Queensland sheep and wool producers are the most positive they have been in years, says AgForce Sheep and Wool president Alan Rae.
The Northern Region wool auction broke through a perceived price barrier yesterday to help set a new national record with the Australian the Eastern Market Indicator (EMI) soaring to 1439 cents a kilogram (clean).
THE Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) has received just five complaints about Meat and Livestock Australia’s controversial Australia day lamb campaign which has cracked new records with more than 7.2 million views in four days.
The 11,579 hectare Blackall property Coolagh is sure to generate plenty of interest in the run up to its auction on February 16.
Pikedale is being sold through an expressions on interest process through Ruralco Property GDL Real Estate, closing on February 8.
A FURTHER three farming families have left or are leaving WA's dairy industry after processors said they did not want their milk. One is a Brownes Dairy supplier and two are Harvey Fresh suppliers.
The national trend away from major parties in favour of independents and smaller political parties should serve as a wake-up call to parliamentarians as the Queensland election looms.
This should never have happened – the initial response of a policeman investigating the Bourke Street horror.
Under Annastacia Palaszczuk there are no projects in regional Queensland worthy of government funding.