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SINCE the inception of the Coleman Stock Feeds Professional Bull Riders (PBR) New Year’s Eve event three years ago, the event has positioned itself as one of the most anticipated regional events on PBR’s National Tour.

PBR to ignite Towers NYE party  

SINCE the inception of the Coleman Stock Feeds Professional Bull Riders (PBR) New Year’s Eve event three years ago, the event has
PEOPLE who pack up their lives after 18 years in a small town are often headed to the bigger and busier pastures of sprawling cities to be closer to facilities or family.
But for long-time western Queenslander Val Magoffin, the big move from her home town of Julia Creek stopped only 120 kilometres up the road. 3:00 AM PEOPLE who pack up their lives after 18 years in a small town are often headed to the bigger and busier pastures of...
IT IS not mentioned every day, but the word co-operative is once again being spoken in the corridors of Canberra. 3:00 AM IT IS not mentioned every day, but the word co-operative is once again being spoken in the corridors of Canberra.
THE last cane of the Burdekin’s 2014 crushing season was crushed on Wednesday, November 25 while the last Herbert region’s crush was completed on Saturday morning, November 23. 27 Nov 14 THE last cane of the Burdekin’s 2014 crushing season was crushed on Wednesday, November 25 while the last Herbert...
GROWER-owned food processor and marketer SunRice has gone all in with their plans to make North Queensland a major player in their rice growing operations.
This commitment to the North was cemented with the recent acquisition of the Burdekin-based Blue Ribbon Rice’s assets including the mill acting which will act as SunRice’s base of operations in the region. 26 Nov 14 GROWER-owned food processor and marketer SunRice has gone all in with their plans to make North Queensland a major...
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RIP Phillip Hughes. I am sure Phillip would not want the bowler's name mentioned in this most
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Max, read the International Energy Agency's report on fossil fuel subsidies, just one among many
THE first hearing of the inquiry into agricultural levies won’t become a subversive push to scrap the entire system, says Senator Glenn Sterle. THE first hearing of the inquiry into agricultural levies won’t become a subversive push to scrap the entire system,...
AFTER a series of export livestock welfare complaints in recent months, the government is funding a new auditor training program.27 Nov 14  10 AFTER a series of export livestock welfare complaints in recent months, the government is funding a new auditor...
THE latest USDA Cattle On Feed report shows the total number of cattle on feed in the US up 0.5pc year-on-year.26 Nov 14 THE latest USDA Cattle On Feed report shows the total number of cattle on feed in the US up 0.5pc year-on-year.

THE BJD outbreak which rocked the Queensland cattle industry is before the Supreme Court of Queensland today.
06 Nov 14  5 THE BJD outbreak which rocked the Queensland cattle industry is before the Supreme Court of Queensland today.
WHILE cattle numbers will be reduced on the 2013 sale at the 48th annual Tropical Northern Brahman Bull Sale the quality of what’s on offer will still be of a very high standard.02 Nov 14 WHILE cattle numbers will be reduced on the 2013 sale at the 48th annual Tropical Northern Brahman Bull Sale the...
FOR Carboor Valley graziers Harry and Nicola Bussell, much of what they do comes down to a simple equation: 'It's 80 per cent feed and 20pc breed, that's something we have known and discussed for many years,' says Mrs Bussell. FOR Carboor Valley graziers Harry and Nicola Bussell, much of what they do comes down to a simple equation: "It's 80...

IF the pun weren't so corny, you'd call the work groundbreaking. Suffice to say, a gargantuan effort headed by the CSIRO to map the state of Australia's soil is unique.27 Nov 14  5 IF the pun weren't so corny, you'd call the work groundbreaking. Suffice to say, a gargantuan effort headed by the...
THE last cane of the Burdekin’s 2014 crushing season was crushed on Wednesday, November 25 while the last Herbert region’s crush was completed on Saturday morning, November 23.27 Nov 14 THE last cane of the Burdekin’s 2014 crushing season was crushed on Wednesday, November 25 while the last Herbert...

THE last cane of the Burdekin’s 2014 crushing season was crushed on Wednesday, November 25 while the last Herbert region’s crush was completed on Saturday morning, November 23.27 Nov 14 THE last cane of the Burdekin’s 2014 crushing season was crushed on Wednesday, November 25 while the last Herbert...
GROWER-owned food processor and marketer SunRice has gone all in with their plans to make North Queensland a major player in their rice growing operations.
This commitment to the North was cemented with the recent acquisition of the Burdekin-based Blue Ribbon Rice’s assets including the mill acting which will act as SunRice’s base of operations in the region.26 Nov 14 GROWER-owned food processor and marketer SunRice has gone all in with their plans to make North Queensland a major...
TWO technical innovation awards headlined a comprehensive showing by Kuhn at EIMA, Europe’s largest ag machinery expo. TWO technical innovation awards headlined a comprehensive showing by Kuhn at EIMA, Europe’s largest ag machinery expo.

THE horticulture sector is set to decide its own future with a new industry services and export control body, HIAL, taking effect.26 Nov 14 THE horticulture sector is set to decide its own future with a new industry services and export control body, HIAL,...
QUEENSLAND could become a bigger player in the stonefruit market with the release of seven new low chill varieties.3:00 AM QUEENSLAND could become a bigger player in the stonefruit market with the release of seven new low chill varieties.
CHINA'S laws on foreign investment are similar to ours, but farmland remains a notable exception.24 Nov 14  2 CHINA'S laws on foreign investment are similar to ours, but farmland remains a notable exception.
AUSTRALIA'S FTA with China is expected to boost property prices for some farms by about 15 per cent as it stimulates investment.24 Nov 14  5 AUSTRALIA'S FTA with China is expected to boost property prices for some farms by about 15 per cent as it stimulates...

THE Museum of Tropical Queensland, in partnership with the Townsville Museum and Historical Society, is opening a new photographic display focusing on Townsville’s first 50 years of settlement on Monday, December 1.27 Nov 14 THE Museum of Tropical Queensland, in partnership with the Townsville Museum and Historical Society, is opening a...
An entrepreneur from the Whitsundays is harnessing the healing power of a native tree to assist sufferers of skin disorders.
Grace Evans, through her Whitsunday Myrtle body products business, is using essential oils from the Whitsunday Lemon Myrtle as a host to develop her unique products.20 Nov 14 An entrepreneur from the Whitsundays is harnessing the healing power of a native tree to assist sufferers of skin...