More than 2,000 companies will participate at CRT FarmFest 2017, confirming the Darling Downs based field days as the biggest, most successful annual agricultural event in Queensland.
The biennial Rotary FNQ Field Days being held at Mareeba’s Kerribee Park between Wednesday May 24 and Friday May 26 are expected to be a great success again after close to 16,000 people passed through gates at the event in 2015.
Father and son team, Geoff and Scott Angel and their families share a commitment and passion for the cattle industry, the Brahman breed in particular.
The largest, single stud offering of Breedplan recorded Grey Brahman females ever to be put to auction in Australia will go ‘under the hammer’ when Rodger and Lorena Jefferis’ industry leading Elrose Stud presents their catalogue of 380 lots at Dalrymple Saleyards, Charters Towers on May 29.
The popular Horse of the North Challenge will return to Charters Towers for its 11th year with a large field of competitors events and thousands of guests expected to create a thrilling atmosphere at the Indoor Equestrian Centre in Charters Towers from Thursday, May 25.
A superb catalogue has been put together for the 26th Toomba Horse Sale being held on Sunday, May 28 at the Indoor Equestrian Centre in Charters Towers from 9am.
The Cathedral School Townsville principal Ian Gamack shares his views with the North Queensland Register regarding the school's centenary anniversary (being celebrated in July), its proud history and the values that are still held dear today.
Succession planning is often the elephant in the room for families whose livelihoods are tied up in primary production businesses.
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.
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.