Sturt Plains cattle producers Brad Inglis and Lisa Dyer are over the moon with their Proway Livestock Equipment designed and built spelling and dipping yards.
Succession planning is often the elephant in the room for families whose livelihoods are tied up in primary production businesses.
Warm up your singing voice and get your best dancing boots ready for the Charters Towers Country Music Festival which will be celebrating its 40th birthday in 2017.
If you’re looking for some adrenaline pumping action during the 10 Days in the Towers Festival be sure to make a beeline for the Dust n Gold Rodeo being held at the Dalrymple Equestrian Centre on the night of Saturday April, 22.
After years of toil establishing their predominantly Brangus and Brahman breeding operation, Bill and Kay Geddes at Doonside Stud say they’re now at a point where they consider beef production to be more of an enjoyable hobby, as opposed to work.
“See the action, feel the welcome, live the life” is the theme being embraced by the organising committee and the Charters Towers community for the upcoming 10 Days in the Towers festival taking place from April 21 to April 30.
Available from 23 March 2017, new grants on offer from QRAA will help producers offset the costs of succession planning with rebates of up to $2,500 on offer.
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The Farmbot monitoring system is an easy to use, cost effective monitoring system for farm water supplies.
Aussie Pumps is holding a competition on to find the oldest operating Fire Chief pump in the market. The prize is a brand new Aussie Fire Chief with 6.5 hp GX200 Honda petrol engine.