A suite of innovative software tools to support farmers undertake Agricultural Risk Management (ARM) activities and enable better planning and decision making in the industry will go live today (June 20 2017).
Every year, across Australia, farming systems groups conduct an array of on-farm research trials to provide local grain growers with information and insights to help them overcome cropping challenges.
Charles Darwin University researchers have been awarded $692,830 as part of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowships scheme announced by Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham.
Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Prospecting has acquired the Aroona pastoral property in the Northern Territory.
The word “Furphy” became part of our Australian vocabulary during the First World War and is directly linked to the Furphy family, one of our longest standing regional manufacturers.