Huge mower already on the job
At a paddock in Hunter, 10km north-west of Elmore, the first Krone Big M 450 sold in Australia is already at work cutting hay.
Corn growers searching for a true all-rounder, suitable for grain or silage production, should get their hands on a variety called HM-114 this summer.
It may be only one season old, but for Girgarre farmer Russell Wheeler, his McHale V640 baler is all he’s ever needed.
The Massey Ferguson TH7038 Telehandler meets the high capacity requirements for lifting the heaviest high-density bales, offering fast and efficient cycles for loading as well as the power to tow a loaded trailer.
Hay makers are being warned to pay attention to moisture levels at baling if cutting drought-affected or frosted cereal crops.
With hay prices doubling this year, and temporary water costing more than $300/Ml, dairy farmers are under pressure to manage higher input costs.
Grain growers in NSW are being encouraged to consider the potential impact of residual herbicides as they weigh up their summer crop planting options.
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences estimates a nation-wide outbreak of the wheat rust strain Ug99 could cost Australia up to $1.4billion across 10 years.
A diversity of farming systems, rainfall zones, cropping constraints and profit growth opportunities for grain growers will be on the radar for the Grains Research and Development Corporation’s Southern Region Panel during its annual spring tour this month.
Riverine Plains is hosting two Grains Research and Development Corporation spray application workshops on September 13 and 14 in Dookie and Rutherglen respectively.
Chain of responsibility and truck road-worthiness will be some of the big issues on the agenda at this year’s VFF Grains Pre-Harvest Roadshow.
A shared field day headed by William Adams Ag’s Shepparton staff has allowed current and potential owners of Jaylor mixers to see the machine in action.
The future of grain growing in Australia is at a crossroads, with cropping soils suffering from falling nitrogen and soil organic matter levels that may limit yields and returns to growers.
Agriculture Victoria scientists have helped to crack the genetic code of wheat, laying the foundation to improve production and response to disease threats, enhance wheat quality, and better prepare an industry adapting to climate change.
POLICE are investigating the death of a man killed in a motorbike accident at a Bunnaloo property on Sunday.
Police are investigating after a man was found deceased on a property in the state’s south overnight. About 7pm yesterday, a 39-year-old man was located deceased under a motorbike on a private property on Nolan Road, Bunnaloo. Despite...
NOTHING could be more unexpected than meeting Makaila Ogden. In January, 2016, she was attending the funeral of the man of her dreams. Just five days after the service she found out she was pregnant with his child. Her brittle fragility, her...