A CSIRO breakthrough has been made in the search for alternative fuels. With unmatched efficiency, hydrogen may become the future of farming.
Fires in harvesters are far too common but researchers say they are completely preventable.
As drought persists farmers are investing wisely in their next farm staple – the tractor. Find out what made the list at AgQuip this year.
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The alarming global decline in bee populations, coupled with a growing awareness about the crucial role these insects play in pollinating crops, has sparked a surge in demand for beekeeping courses.
Baking scones, legalising medicinal marijuana and campaigning for drought all in a day’s work for the Country Women’s Association, Australia’s most powerful female lobbying group.
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