Charters Towers Combined Agents yarded a total of 2166 cattle, consisting of 1992 prime cattle and 174 store cattle on Wednesday.
Big Rocks Weir will be constructed regardless of who wins the October 31 election, with the state government today committing $30 million toward the project.
Morgan Harris, TopX Rockhampton, said it was the first time camels had sold through the regular sale.
Mareeba combined agents penned a total of 907 head at Tuesday's prime and special store cattle sale.
Buyers from central Queensland had a chance to buy bulls in their own patch at the Clermont Beef Bull Sale on Tuesday.
King Island and the Atherton Tableland might be thousands of kilometres apart, but that doesn't mean they both can't share the limelight when it comes to producing top-notch steak.
The newest bull sale on the Queensland stud scene made a positive impression on those who attended at Roma on Friday, where many said they would be back next year with their cheque book.
A rare opportunity to buy into SA's world-renowned Barossa Valley wine region has come onto the market.
These days it's not just farmers targeting organic or biodynamic certification for their crops who are moving away from synthetic chemical fertilisers.
The Hill family, Bulliac Angus, Miles, are readying 80 tough and hardy bulls for sale as they continue to focus on commercially-relevant cattle.
An outstanding, 100 per cent polled line-up of Angus and Charolais bulls have been selected for Ascot's 13th annual Spring Sale, to be held on September 18.
Jarrah Genetics are preparing to showcase a line up of 34 modern Herefords and 34 Jarrah Red bulls for their annual bull sale, on September 7.
Changing tack is never easy but for those bold enough to do so, such as the Curtis family, the benefits could be enormous.
The annual society-sponsored Northern Limousin Breeders Sale will be happening this year on Friday, August 7, from 12pm to 5pm.
The Booroomooka Angus Bull Sale (August 14) will see 231 of the prestigious stud's high quality animals go under the hammer.
Many commercial beef producers are looking to the Speckle Park to improve the efficiency of their herd.
Seedstock industry leader, Hazeldean Angus, will hold its first bull sale in Tamworth on Wednesday, August 19, to better service clients in northern NSW.
A 'pandemic-busting cash injection' for shows and field day events forced to cancel because of COVID-19 is now available.
An improved season will be a drag on some agricultural production earnings this year as producers rebuild after drought, withholding livestock from market
Australia's largest dairy show International Dairy Week is the latest event to be cancelled due to COVID-19.
After weeks of mounting concern, interstate boarding school students and their families have received the news they'd been hoping for, that they will be exempt from being made to quarantine when they return for the final term of school in Queensland.
At their peak, sales of certified organic lines jumped more than 50 per cent above normal monthly trends, and remain solid.
Latest data from the Tractor and Machinery Association shows that new tractor sales are still strong across most of Australia.
After a tumultuous school year like no other, Charters Towers senior students finally had a chance to let their hair down at the combined school formal.
A spate of cane train collisions and near misses has prompted Wilmar Sugar to issue a warning for people to take care around its railway network
Trade and market access, telecommunications and drought are some of the areas GrainGrowers hopes the government considers in its budget.
GrainCorp is getting prepared for the upcoming harvest, looking to put on at least 3100 casuals this year, over three times 2019-20.
New legislation will require the registration of farm drones and the accreditation of operators by the end of January next year.
Reports of two more quad bike deaths in the past week haven't cooled the debate about rollover protection devices.
Two young Queensland brothers are building Ute Chutes for customers to more easily handle dry lick made at the family's Nutri-Lick feed supplements business in Mitchell.
Manufacturers say the "fight is far from over", but new safety regulations are likely to force the biggest-selling quad bike brands off the market.
The spring lamb flush is underway, but there are concerns about processors' ongoing ability to absorb numbers.
Dairy Australia's annual general meeting will be held online this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.