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Have you seen a black-striped wallaby?

premium_icon Have you seen a black-striped wallaby?

RESIDENTS urged to report sightings of threatened wallaby species within Gondwana...

The tiny beetle that’s being watched very closely

premium_icon The tiny beetle that’s being watched very closely

IN THE Kyogle area, these beetles play an important role.

‘Progressive’ fee structure benefits farmers: NRLX boss

premium_icon ‘Progressive’ fee structure benefits farmers: NRLX boss

"This structure provides NRLX and vendors with genuine flexibility"

Primex ‘thrilled’ to team up with Aussie Made campaign

premium_icon Primex ‘thrilled’ to team up with Aussie Made campaign

THE demand for quality Australian Made agricultural machinery and clean green...

NZ companies come on board during virtual Primex

premium_icon NZ companies come on board during virtual Primex

THE inaugural Primex virtual expo has been deemed an “immediate success”.

How much sale fees will rise at NRLX

premium_icon How much sale fees will rise at NRLX

STAKEHOLDERS to be consulted as Richmond Valley Council considers two NRLX fee...

Food forests farming for the future

Food forests farming for the future

CALLING all regenerative, syntropic and organic growers - a new, wholesome...

Local Land Services go online

premium_icon Local Land Services go online

RESIDENTS are reminded Local Land Services has now introduced an online service...

Last chance to have your say on drought plan

premium_icon Last chance to have your say on drought plan

TENTERFIELD residents are encouraged to have their say on council’s drought...

Primex moves from paddock to pixels in virtual expo

premium_icon Primex moves from paddock to pixels in virtual expo

THE agricultural event, which generates $30m in sales, will hold expo online amid...

Farmers' markets still selling, with some new rules

premium_icon Farmers' markets still selling, with some new rules

Small producers are highly dependent on selling at farmers markets.

OH NUTS! Big dry affects 2020 macadamia crop

premium_icon OH NUTS! Big dry affects 2020 macadamia crop

There could be problems finding this tasty treat due to drought

Finally, some good news for farmers

premium_icon Finally, some good news for farmers

WHAT a difference some rain can make – cattle prices and demand surges across...

Why green grass can be ‘disastrous’ for some cattle

premium_icon Why green grass can be ‘disastrous’ for some cattle

Livestock owners warned about 'green pick' feed.

Farmers urged to watch out for salt poisoning of cattle

premium_icon Farmers urged to watch out for salt poisoning of cattle

High salinity levels have been recorded in the Richmond River.

All a-board for Local Land Services

premium_icon All a-board for Local Land Services

THE North Coast Local Land Services board is looking for people who represent their...

Farmers urged to plan ahead for summer

Farmers urged to plan ahead for summer

WITH saleyards closing, farmers are reminded plan ahead for summer

‘Positive outlook’ for crop despite drought

‘Positive outlook’ for crop despite drought

DESPITE ongoing drought Australian macadamia growers have produced a “positive”...

Northern Rivers residents say they would pay more for milk

premium_icon Northern Rivers residents say they would pay more for milk

FOLLOWING a desperate plea from dairy farmers, we asked Northern Rivers residents...

POLL: Would you pay more for milk?

POLL: Would you pay more for milk?

Would you pay more for generic milk brands?

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