The final numbers are in, and 2019 has proven to be another record-setting calendar year for the National Sheep Health Monitoring Project (NSHMP).
Around one-third of all sheep slaughtered in Australia were inspected at a participating abattoir.
Brüder Australia was the first to build a diesel compressor that was especially designed for use in cropping and general agriculture, and it has gone on to become the market leader.
Briggs & Stratton is free of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding as the sale to KPS Capital Partners is signed off for a cool us$550 million. The deal includes all the assets of Briggs & Stratton Corp – minus the nearly $1 billion debt it had raked up – and also includes all its subsidiaries […]
With the Australian organic industry currently worth $2.6 billion and growing, there is now a concerted effort from the peak body to eradicate what they call false packaging.
Recognising the devastating impact of livestock losses from wild dog attacks have on primary producers, the NSW Border Wild Dog Fence will be doubled. NSW Farmers congratulates the NSW Government on its commitment to doubling the length of the NSW Border Wild Dog Fence and fencing contractors may have to delay their Christmas dinner as […]
Danmas, run by well-known industry identity Jorn Ib has become the Australian importers for the HE-VA cultivation brand.
Lavender crops may be set to grow with a partnership forged between AgriFutures Australia and La Trobe University’s Institute for Agriculture and Food (LIAF).
The NSW Government has implemented an Agriculture Workers Code, effective from Friday 25 September, it will provide a single permit system for the movement of agricultural workers, contractors and farmers crossing the Victorian and South Australian borders. NSW Farmers President James Jackson has called on the Queensland Government to implement a similar scheme to give […]
The Karat 12 has been developed to handle both shallow and deep no-tillage cultivation up to a 300mm (12-inch) depth, and is especially suited to work through heavier soils.
Luke Chandler has been appointed managing director of John Deere Australia and New Zealand and has made it clear he intends to gain more market share in a region that has become complacent.