The extremely cold, dry winter of 2017, followed by a mediocre spring, has resulted in many enterprises being low in feed reserves (both pasture and stored feeds), with extremely low soil moisture profiles. Therefore, substantial rain with good follow up will be requir...

Since joining with Delta Agribusiness late last year, the WMG Agriservices team at Wee Waa, Goondiwindi and Moree have maintained a focus on ensuring strong local knowledge, community mindedness and that most of the on-the-ground decision making processes are still hap...

It’s midday on a Wednesday and a few days after Delta Agribusiness has officially taken over a bulk diesel fuel distribution business and 24-hour refuelling site in the Lockhart area.

Jamey Anderson has just travelled a 120km round trip to Mangoplah to deliver on-farm...

Dr John Kirkegaard’s research approach always starts with a conversation.

He meets with growers, talks about his ideas, listens to their comments and then kicks off his research based on their feedback. This works particularly well in farming systems because of the ma...

The Germon family embarked on a new farming journey at the beginning of summer, becoming the first cotton growers in the area. They are now looking forward to a bumper crop on “Rockleigh” and assisting other potential croppers to join the cotton fold.

Farmer Robert Germ...

Slow and steady formula proves one small step in a five-year plan and one giant leap for this North West NSW cropping operation.

Third generation Tulloona farmer, Robert Woods, knows first-hand that life on the land is a marathon, not a sprint.

“If the place is left fr...

There’s a change in the air around the Gunnedah district of late, with a new generation at the helm and a renewed enthusiasm for the region’s potential.

Long considered one of Australia’s agricultural heartlands, a quiet inter-generational shift in recent years has re...

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