Nick Westphalen runs technologies he can rely on to keep his Mallee broadacre farm business on track regardless of distance or access to experts
Design all the farm machines you can dream up with or without an operator but in the end they will all still have to run on tyres or tracks
Monash University researchers have published the first-ever analysis of the ethical and policy issues raised by the use of robots in agriculture.
Kubota is offering a very likely best-selling range of models with the release of its M5-1 ROPS Series with both standard and narrow configurations available
John Deere has expanded the compatibility of its Machine Sync technology that allows a harvester to control the speed and guidance of a chaser bin working beside it
JCB has introduced its first all-electric telehandler, the 505-20E. The machine is based on the diesel-powered 505-20 and has the same 2500kg lifting capacity.
For operators working in choking cab conditions where particulate matter (soot) and other nasties are streaming in and choking you, or worse – killing you,
Nature has inspired engineers at UNSW Sydney to develop a soft fabric robotic gripper that behaves like an elephant’s trunk to grasp, pick up and release objects without breaking them.
All cropping farmers are being encouraged to play their part in preventing off-target spray drift damage by mapping their paddocks with SataCrop.
Queensland Farmers’ Federation calls State Budget a missed opportunity that does not address critical competitiveness and productivity issues.
Government grants to the Australian Table Grape Association will be used for two projects aimed at improving market access for its growers.
The Australian Government says it is continuing to support drought-affected communities, with 36 projects earmarked to share in $1.2 million of federal funding.
Agriculture Minister David Littleproud is hopping mad as the majority of State and Territory Food Ministers rejected the Commonwealth and farm industry proposal to lock in a minimum 4-star rating
When a severe heatwave warning was declared for large parts of the country over the last weekend of November 2020, contributing to dangerous fire conditions, it was the catalyst that
The Future Drought Fund will pay out $5 million for schemes to build drought resilience into agricultural landscapes Project proposals are being awarded a share of $5 million under the
Producers can now access regionally-relevant resources to support seasonal on-farm decision making this summer with the launch of both a Summer Hub for southern producers and Northern Wet Season Hub on Meat & Livestock
Applications will be taken until 21 January 2021 for Round Two of the Traceability Grants Program. This program has the task of ensuring we can show chain traceability to reinforce