Making a weighty job easier for clients
Shepparton-based business, Country Scale & Equipment, has been in operation for more than 50 years.
The Australian fodder industry plays a pivotal role in Australian agriculture, underpinning production in dairy, livestock and other intensive industries.
With high quality silage being the crucial component of an effective livestock feeding program, leading farm machinery manufacturer Kuhn’s latest addition to the Australian market promises to play a significant role.
During two decades McHale has developed a name for the design and development of quality bale wrapping solutions that deliver better reliability and higher output.
A former radical environmental activist who made a stunning reversal on genetically-modified crops believes Australian farmers need access to the technology to help feed the world.
Canola systems are being examined as part of a Grains Research and Development Corporation and Riverine Plains field day to be held on July 26.
The ability to manage difficult-to-control weeds has spurred Australian canola growers to plant just under half-a-million hectares to Roundup Ready canola in 2018.
There are not many agronomists today who aren’t using agtech of some description to better advise their clients.
Valuable, timely and locally relevant information stemming from Australian crop research trials is now even easier and quicker to access following recent improvements to the Online Farm Trials web portal.
Soil health, innovation, digital farming and next generation weather forecasting will be improved thanks to $27million in funding through round one of the Smart Farming Partnership grants.
Southern NSW growers are being advised to monitor for red-legged earth mites this winter, with experts warning environmental conditions have been ideal for mass hatchings, potentially putting emerging winter crops at risk.
Agriculture Victoria researchers have been putting lucerne to the test, upgrading the guidelines for grazing lucerne in extensive dryland farming systems.
The late autumn break in northern Victoria is likely to see below average crop yields across the region, according to an Agriculture Victoria agronomist.
With autumn producing less-than-favourable conditions across a lot of the state, many livestock producers may be going into winter with less pasture than desired.
POLICE arrested two people and seized some drugs after swooping on a car outside Echuca Big W this morning. Members from the Bendigo Central Victorian Response Unit handcuffed an Echuca woman and man in the carpark about 8.45am following an...
A dramatic police chase came to a screeching halt in Tallygaroopna this afternoon, leaving locals stunned and grateful no-one was injured. The hour long chase reportedly reached speeds of nearly 200 kph as seven police pursuit vehicles attempted to...
A house is on fire in Elizabeth St Echuca with several fire crews on scene. Emergency services were called to the house at 8.35pm. The blaze is not yet under control. More to come