Tasmania has experienced its second-warmest winter on record with minimum and maximum temperatures above average across the state.
The arrival of spring is hard to miss at Tasmania’s largest bulb-growing operation.
Tasmanian milk production has reached a new record on the back of soaring farmer confidence.
It was a case of third time lucky for agronomist Andrea O’Halloran who won the 2021 Young Farmer of the Year competition.
STUDENTS wanting to study agriculture will soon be able to do so at both ends of the state as part of a major shift for the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture From 2024
A passion for producing top-quality wool has seen Carol and Allan Phillips ride out the ups and downs of superfine wool production
The Federal Government’s long-awaited agricultural visa is finally moving forward but just how much impact it will have on labour shortages in Tasmania’s agricultural sector is being questioned.
Agfest is set to stick with this year’s four-day format for its 40th anniversary event next May.
Hundreds of Tasmanians ventured into the southern Midlands last weekend to see some of the state’s unique farming history
A northern couple’s poultry business is one of many that have benefited from a program dedicated to helping new food enterprises over the past decade