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Avocado experts are coming to Childers

Avocado experts will be coming to Childers to present the Central Queensland Avocado Regional Forum on Thursday 18 July at the Isis Club. A range...

Pricing regional communities out of existence

There’s no escaping the fact we’re caught in a cost-of-living crisis, with the price of essentials like food, fuel, and housing going through the...

A dereliction of duty and disingenuous engagement

The fact that AgForce must turn to the Federal Court in a matter of weeks to seek protection for our nation’s most significant groundwater...

2024 Australian macadamia crop forecast revised amidst weather challenges

The 2024 macadamia crop forecast has been revised, with adverse weather conditions the primary factor. The updated forecast estimates a production of 50,830 tonnes...

Bundaberg growers continue to donate generously

As the cost-of-living crisis continues for many, it is interesting to see just how many are affected thanks to Foodbank Queensland releasing its annual...

Advocacy is a team sport

Australian agriculture enjoyed a win recently, with the Federal Government’s proposed biosecurity levy stalling in the Senate after several senators pulled their support for...

Queensland horticulture to learn the ‘tricks of the trade’ to maximise their bottom line

Wide Bay horticultural growers are encouraged to gear up for the Tricks of the Trade – Negotiation Tactics Masterclass coming to Bundaberg from 23...

Rotary Partners with local business to complete 10th round of assistance packs for Bundaberg...

Rotary, in collaboration with Northside Produce, a local Bundaberg business, is proud to announce the successful Round 10 of the Rotary Assistance Packs, aimed...

The standard you walk past

AgForce, on behalf of our members, industry and community has decided we cannot collectively walk past the prospect of the Great Artesian Basin (GAB)...

Varroa ‘lockdown’

The state government has introduced a hard border lockdown, on the Covid-19 model, and new surveillance methods to help track and hopefully stop the...

Varroa ‘mite be here for keeps’

The beekeeping and irrigation farmer's nightmare, varroa mite, might be here to stay, according to new reports quoting the Australian Honey Bee Industry Council. The...

Chance leads to farming breakthrough

A chance conversation with a grazier interested in the methane-reducing properties of red seaweed (as a livestock feed additive) has prompted new research that...

Celebrations abound at Gin Gin Landcare

In April, Gin Gin Landcare celebrated 10 years since we opened our Bush Food Garden. The growth in that time has been pretty spectacular...