In research that might help fight the impact of any varroa mite outbreak, the pollen transfer from flowers to both native bees and European honey bees is being measured.
The iconic breed first saved Casterton in 1997. Now, 23 years later and they've done it again.
A French agriculture student wants her family to consider introducing buffalo on their Charolais operation after a stint on a NSW dairy.
Australia's new agriculture minister, Senator Bridget McKenzie, looks for practical ways to help farmers doing it tough during the drought.
The Country Women's Association is set to take on Wicked Campers after one of its members took direct action and painted over of slogans on one of its vans.
Producers describe plans for a new abattoir near Port Pirie as a "complete game changer" for pastoralists, saving them thousands in freight costs.
The Country Women's Association wants politicians to be better behaved in the wake of sex scandals that have engulfed the political year.
The head of a rural women's group warns remote workplaces are producing "horrific" cases of sexual harassment and assault — but corporations aren't paying attention to the issue.
Controversial Australian Wool Innovation chairman Wal Merriman resigns, saying he is proud of what has been achieved during his tenure.
How female-friendly are informal networking events, during one of the world's largest mining conferences, where the wine and beer is served by topless waitresses?