NSW Farmers’ Water Taskforce knuckles down to ensure rural communities' water management challenges are top priority during drought.
The George family has been farming in Central West NSW since 1912. The latest generation, now dominated by women, grow crops and run sheep and cattle.
Whether you think changing weather is natural, man-made or a myth, farmers are on the frontline of innovation. But is the government taking climate action seriously?
“Harrisia cactus needs to be controlled before the drought breaks,” says Boggabilla broadacre cropping farmer and North West Local Land Services board member Richard Clark.
Each month a group of retired farmers comes together to share stories about their farming families and reminisce on Australian agriculture.
With bushfire season starting early and crops failing at record speed, former INXS band member and farmer speaks out about the Australian drought.
Infected animals easily spread Q fever to humans. In 2015 Charlie Cavey developed the illness from a baby goat. Find out why the government must step up.
Riverina sheep farmer shares the dangers of a fatal bug found in water storage on rural properties.
Employment termination can be difficult especially in farming. NSW Farmers’
Workplace Relations director Gracia Kusuma shares tips to navigate the process.
Sediment in the bottom of your water tank isn’t always a bad thing, but there are times when you need to make a clean start.