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Milk and money: Norco announces record price for milk suppliers but producers are still under pressure

Fishing ban reintroduced to protect iconic species

Wine producers pin hopes on Labor that lucrative Chinese markets can be repaired

'There one minute, gone the next': Banned industry's dire warning to Labor on China

International aquaculture company to put Kimberley barramundi on international menus

Miners take advantage of new gold boom by breaking into early 1900s mine

Work starts on $460 million gas pipeline in outback Western Australia

How recycled corflutes are helping deliver lifesaving treatment to wombats

Chris is a coal miner. He says there is some anxiety in the industry about the Labor government

Binky come home: Mystery surrounds beloved Highland cow's sudden disappearance

New radar sensitive enough to track locusts, birds and rain bursts fills big gap in western NSW

WaterNSW is about to increase water releases from Menindee Lakes, but it is not soon enough for some

Bigger dredge to tackle Mooloolaba's treacherous sandbar

Beloved Ekka set to return as entries pour in for Royal Queensland Show

Mum's joy as outback town welcomes first baby birth in 15 years

'If I don't laugh, I'll cry': Pregnant and terrified, Tailah is about to move into a tent

Relief for chicken farmers as country's biggest processors agree to fix unfair contracts

Farmers look for support scheme to keep workers when floods wipe out crops

Man dies after being found with 'critical injuries' on Victorian farm

Many kids dream of becoming a firefighter. Mitch Russell always had his eyes on rodeo

Regional Queensland remains LNP heartland as voters react to 'greenslide'

'People have them in their hair in bed': Mouse plague hits Queensland's North Burnett

The sleepy town where tractors are the preferred mode of transport ... and perfect for rescues

Fraudulent claims by organised crime groups, red tape cut farmers' access to flood disaster relief

Rats on the rampage in outback Queensland as authorities scamper to prevent a 'plague'

The salmon industry is big business in Tasmania, but a new report says changes must be made

Dream price for a mare: Away Game sells for $4 million

Levi is just 14 but he's at home riding 400kg bulls, working hard to become the best in the world

Farmers say they are ‘in the box seat’ to address climate change with green and teal allies

What will happen to the $136 million live sheep industry now Labor has won?

Meet Optimus — a machine primed to transform olive harvesting

Dreams of irrigating inland Australia on ice as Labor win leaves $5.4 billion north Qld dam in doubt

These cattle farmers worry they're in the firing line of the race to renewables

Farmers want Labor to 'take action' on transmission corridor

Man accused of stealing mustering helicopter appears in NT court

Tornado hits WA's Great Southern region as wet weather forecast for the week

Angela's alpaca fleece weaving doesn't 'follow the rules', and nor does her life

Liberal strongholds no more as country voters take out their frustrations on 'complacent' politicians

These little brown jojoba seeds hold some mighty big dreams for this Narrabri farmer

Plant milk booms in Aussie cafes. Should dairy farmers be worried?

'We owe a great deal to that man': Wosleley's shearing designs changed wool industry forever

'We had to stay inside for two days': An unlikely culprit is terrorising outback communities in search of water

From an 'underwater garden' Ash is harvesting seaweed to turn into lollies

Beachside to countryside: Couple swap surf, sand for Tasmanian homestay

People before royalties as partnership with gold mine sees traditional owners farm on country

'Quite extraordinary': Massive volumes of water released from NSW dams into rivers

Would you pay more for oysters labelled 'carbon neutral'?

'No waste' flour mill in Ballarat to create hundreds of jobs in construction, manufacturing

Winegrape growers worried for future as forecast shows 'disastrous' next season outlook

'Looks like a tomato, eats like an apple': Have you tried a persimmon?


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