Do we really need expensive drones to boost on-farm profits?

Agriculture drones are proving an essential eye-in-the-sky tool for farmers and can help add real value at the farm gate – but not everyone will need an expensive device.


Three of the best new Australian tech innovations

Touchy-feely robots, facial recognition for bees and a way to humanely take male chicks out of the food production chain before they hatch are cutting-edge technologies being developed in Australia.


A new approach to learning sets agriculture students up for success

SPONSORED: With eyes on the future of agriculture, Marcus Oldham College is reshaping its campus and courses for 2020.


When will agriculture's robotic revolution arrive?

Three years ago, researchers predicted there would be a tsunami of robots in the farming industry. So what's the hold up with autonomous farming machinery?


How to make your water go further on-farm

SPONSORED: With drought a major concern across NSW, farmers are turning to tanks to improve water security.


How to get a head start on your winter crop

SPONSORED: With winter sowing around the corner, now's the ideal time for a weed management program that’s prepped for maximum yield.


Drought-proof your farm with reliable tanks

SPONSORED: With government rebates on offer, it's a good time to improve farm water storage.


Drones and farms: know your rights

Drones can be operated by anyone from animal liberation protestors to thieves. Here’s what farmers can do about it.


Making farmer’s super a prime focus

SPONSORED: Meet the managers in rural NSW who make planning for retirement surprisingly straight forward.


Can digital agriculture bring farmers big rewards?

Fully implementing digital agriculture could boost agricultural production by 25%, so what is holding back this boom?