Floods ‘threw every plan’ out the door. Now these Queensland graziers are trying to rebuild

Australia watched with sadness earlier this year as cattle country in north-west Queensland and hundreds of thousands of cattle died. Four months later, in drought-and-flood ravaged Julia Creek, families are desperately trying to adapt to their new normal.

We bought a farm to have more family time. We’re risking it all to join a natural farming revolution

About a year ago, my partner and I learned of a revolution in Australia's paddocks. We want to farm in a more natural way, but the stakes are high — making the shift could send us broke.