TasPorts’ has begun adding capacity to the Port of Devonport to facilitate the end of Bass Island Line shipping’s triangular King Island service.
With fertiliser prices almost doubling, farming operations are looking at ways to be more efficient with their fertiliser inputs with one dairy project showing there could be savings of up to 20 per cent.
From their property at the gates of the Huon region, the Wilson family at Southorpe are epitomising the Tasmanian way of rural living, among the emerald-green scenery.
Tasmanian’s meat and fruit processors are soldiering on to stock the nation’s shelves with fresh product despite the complexities created by Covid.
Friends, family and colleagues came together earlier this month to celebrate David Skinner’s 70 years of continual service to Websters, Roberts and Nutrien.
The Bushy Park Show has confirmed its comeback date, with Sunday, February 27 the day to mark on your calendars.
Longford farmer Dooley Crighton-Bellamy has been inducted into the Australian Organic Hall of Fame, at Australian Organic Limited’s seventh annual industry awards.
An August 2022 Agfest is set in stone, after the Government failed to respond to pleas from organisers and the Tasmanian rural and business community to lift Covid capacity caps above 5000 a day
The Richmond Christmas Tree farm only opens its gates to the public one month of the year, and when it does, it becomes a regional hive of festive activity.
A proposed new saleyard at Mill Park at Wesley Vale is nearing fruition, but is subject to government funding support, with a 45-page business plan to be presented to a public meeting in the New Year.