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Old ways and new keeping bee industry strong

Third-generation beekeeper Tim Alt has a passion for beekeeping, honey production and the Australian bee industry. His respect for passed down knowledge, combined with the…

Horticulture

Elders Advisor wins top agriculture productivity award

Elders Albury senior agronomist Chris (Desi) Toohey, has taken out a top agriculture award from Syngenta Australia for his extensive work in tackling herbicide resistance. The Syngenta Growth Awards recognises…

Corporate

Managing the growth of ewe weaners

Elders livestock production coordinator, Rob Inglis recently unveiled the results of a trial, looking specifically at what are the long-term effects of the weight of…

Sheep

Ahead of the times at Roseville Park

Matthew and Cherie Coddington are energetic and passionate about farming and take a progressive, forward thinking approach in all that they do. Their primary business…

Sheep

Cropping market – September update

At a glance Wheat exports from Australia are forecast to increase by 21.3pc in 2021/22 according to a revised USDA estimate. Diseases to look out…

Cropping

Water trading update – week ending 10 September 2021

Rainfall was widespread across much of the Murray Darling Basin (MDB) for the first week of September with the highest totals recorded  across the upper…

Water trading

Sheep market – September update

At a glance Yarding numbers on the rise as spring supply increases putting pressure on high prices. The prospect of a wet spring on top…

Sheep

Thorpe Farm, for Australian agriculture

Will Bignell is one of a new generation of farmers, focused on mindful management of both time and resources. He’s the seventh generation to run Thorpe Farm near Bothwell in…

Corporate, Tech Services

Elders partner to develop new class of fertilisers and inhibitors for Australian farmers

Elders has partnered with multidisciplinary Australian Research Council (ARC) Research Hub for Smart Fertilisers at the University of Melbourne to develop a new class of fertilisers and…

Corporate

The mixing bowl of sheep genetics

The best ingredients don’t translate to the best dish without input from the best chef. The same is true when it comes to choosing genetics…

Sheep

Cattle market – September update

At a glance National trade steer prices reach a two year high of 527 c/kg lwt, 31 per cent (pc) higher than this time last…

Cattle, Livestock

A promising debut season for Belanty in Stanthorpe

They’re pretty good judges of the best way to grow healthy, appetising apples in Stanthorpe, in Queensland’s southern downs. After all, it’s home to the…

Horticulture, Seasons