Rain is forecast to continue in the North for the rest of the week.
Miners say Queensland’s agricultural training colleges at Longreach and Emerald should be kept operating.
The millionaire revealed he had been ignoring phone calls from Golden Casket thinking it was someone trying to sell him insurance.
The horticultural industry’s newest association – the Granite Belt Growers Association – has been formed.
Western Queensland councils have moved quickly to fill the agricultural training void left by last week’s news that the Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges will cease operation at the end of 2019.
The leader of one of Australia's grains industry peak bodies is not concerned about Bayer's plans to shed 12,000 jobs.
Growers like the idea of the LTAP injection of capital into GrainCorp but are lukewarm over a rival proposal to split the business.
Advertiser content: The quality of nominees in the 2018 Awards set judges a tough task to name but eight winners - all worthy of the title 'agvocate'.
The future of agriculture in north-west Queensland was the focus of a forum held in Hughenden this week.
It was meant to be about clear sales with full traceability, but the doors have suddenly closed on the pilot project PDL Marketplace.
Advertiser content: Human beings rely on clothing to help regulate their body temperatures, and this creates the feeling of comfort. Due to the wool fibre’s inherent characteristics, wool fabrics provide this thermal comfort better than any other common apparel fibre.
Advertiser content: Trade between China and Australia is fundamental for the Australian wool industry. In 2018, AWI has marked more than half a century of a cross-cultural partnership between Australia and China – spanning trade through to design.
Advertiser content: The Centre for Invasive Species Solution has launched 21 projects to combat key invasive species problems. Supported by AWI, government departments, research institutions and other RDCs, the centre is a national collaborative research, development and extension (RD&E) organisation formed to tackle the ongoing threat from invasive species, such as wild dogs, foxes, rabbits, wild pigs and feral deer.
The inner Darling Downs property Allandale has sold at a Ray White Rural auction for $1.215 million.
Mike and Robyn Condon’s Glen Innes lifestyle property Middle Ridge has sold at auction for $810,000.
Australian Dairy Farmers president Terry Richardson says 2018 a watershed year for Australian dairy industry with sale of Murray Goulburn meaning farmers need to find their voice through industry organisations.
Our mobile phones have more computing power than Neil Armstrong had when he landed on the moon - View columnist, Peter Lewis, reckons they are the perfect tool for producers to tell their stories on.
National Agricultural News Editor Penelope Arthur believes the debate on many agricultural issues is being driven not by science or common sense but by ideology.