ON-FARM trials of methane-reducing Asparagopsis seaweed have been expanded by Fonterra as it signs a deal to give its farmers first access to the supplement once its proven commercially viable.
THE new head of Tasmania’s peak farming body has set his sights on bringing younger farmers and the next generation into the fold.
AT 92 years of age Longford farmer Jack Spencer has seen a lot of change.
FORWARD thinkers and rural revolutionaries were on display at the Hagley Farm School last week, with the latest and greatest brought together for the Ag Innovation Expo.
We have a chat with a producers taking part in this years Sprout Producer Program
The 2022 Sydney Royal Easter Show came to a close last week, and a pair of young Tasmanians came home with the moniker of “Australia’s Best” while plenty of others did the state proud.
Spreyton Fresh’s North-West Coast orchards are starting to bear fruit on the world’s biggest markets.
A plan by the ALP to ease agricultural worker shortages has been met with mixed reactions.
While shearer shortages around the state are weighing heavy on the minds of many graziers, there is significant movement in the grassroots to solidify the industry’s future.
It is that time of year when Agfest would ordinarily be setting up shop in the paddock.
This year, things look a little different with the event postponed until August to account for Covid-19 uncertainty and the prospect of greater crowd numbers.
To mark the significance of the May dates on the Agfest calendar, Tasmanian Country has produced a special end of financial year guide.