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Goodbye milking, hello crop

After 27 years of dairying, Undera farmer Rob Backway gave u ...

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Goodbye milking, hello crop

A lifetime of farming

Although his crop farmer days are long gone, Bill Church say ...

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A lifetime of farming

MG wins Coles deal

Coles has signed a five-year contract with Australia’s large ...

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MG wins Coles deal

Industry says new tax will hurt

The horticulture industry and the VFF have slammed the Feder ...

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Industry says new tax will hurt
Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Fehring shares his knowledge

Students from Monash University interviewed Cohuna farmer Max Fehring about the history of the dairy industry.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Hundreds visit Angus stud

By Emma Carinci

Wet weather did not stop people from visiting the open Witherswood Angus near Glenrowan last Friday as part of Beef Week 2016.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Powder pushes produce

Powder pushes produce
By Emma Carinci

Fresh produce exports are being left behind as infant formula and vitamin exports occupy airfreight storage.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

SunRice to cut jobs

SunRice to cut jobs
By Emma Carinci

A reconfiguration of Riverina rice milling operations will see up to 50 people from Deniliquin and Leeton out of work from April.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

‘Politics’ problematic

‘Politics’ problematic
By Jodie Symonds

Angry and upset irrigators turned out to criticise the Murray-Darling Basin Plan and GM-W's Connections project at Kyabram last week.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Where cheeky meets Cider

Where cheeky meets Cider
By Jodie Symonds

It’s fruity, it’s tasty and it’s definitely a bit cheeky.

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Move disappoints Apex group

Move disappoints Apex group
By Jenna Bishop

A local community service group has expressed its disappointment in the way Moira Shire Council has handled a decision to investigate the sale of Apex Caravan Park in Cobram, especially concerning a lack of consultation with the community.

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Stanhope farmer named citizen of the year

Stanhope dairy farmer, Andrew Hipwell, has been named Campaspe Shire’s new citizen of the year. Mr Hipwell has a long association with young people of the Stanhope District, particularly through his involvement with Auskick.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Hay ignites on trailer

A B-double trailer carting hay burst into flames on Goulburn Valley Hwy last week.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Duck season dates set

Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford announced a full-length duck hunting season for 2016 with modified bag and species limits last Friday.

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