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  • 17 Aug 2022
    Welcome to a toolbox for farmers and farm families who are planning for — or thinking about — farm succession and transfer. If you are in the beginning stages of thinking about retirement, looking for a successor, have an identified successor or are a par... read more
    21 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • Welcome to a toolbox for farmers and farm families who are planning for — or thinking about — farm succession and transfer. If you are in the beginning stages of thinking about retirement, looking for a successor, have an identified successor or are a par... read more
    21 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 17 Aug 2022
    August 31, 2020 Succession planning for farmers and ranchers is important, but it's also complicated. Land, equipment, equity, your own retirement — how do you even begin to think about handing your business over to the next generation? First, you need... read more
    18 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • August 31, 2020 Succession planning for farmers and ranchers is important, but it's also complicated. Land, equipment, equity, your own retirement — how do you even begin to think about handing your business over to the next generation? First, you need... read more
    18 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 17 Aug 2022
    May 17, 2021 It's important to have a well thought out and detailed succession plan in place to help prepare your farming business for future needs.  Start planning early so that your family knows what to expect when you retire, if you need to scale dow... read more
    17 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • May 17, 2021 It's important to have a well thought out and detailed succession plan in place to help prepare your farming business for future needs.  Start planning early so that your family knows what to expect when you retire, if you need to scale dow... read more
    17 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 17 Aug 2022
    Agribusiness Bulletin No one goes through the work, risk and sacrifice of running a family business without hoping that it will last. Building value that endures for many farms is as much about continuing the family traditions and as it is about heritage... read more
    12 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • Agribusiness Bulletin No one goes through the work, risk and sacrifice of running a family business without hoping that it will last. Building value that endures for many farms is as much about continuing the family traditions and as it is about heritage... read more
    12 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 17 Aug 2022
      We've achieved a lot in the last four years. To be able to be collectively working together and to be working with my sons as peers in business is an amazing place to be."  Murray Douglas How we're helping our clients ... read more
    15 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  •   We've achieved a lot in the last four years. To be able to be collectively working together and to be working with my sons as peers in business is an amazing place to be."  Murray Douglas How we're helping our clients ... read more
    15 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 17 Aug 2022
    RURAL SUCCESSION PLANNING: TAKE ACTION BUT MIND THE 'F' WORD by Brigid Price | Brigid's Insights, Farmers' Voice, Succession Planning |      Wayne Dwyer said "if you change the way you at things, the things you look at change".... READ MORE ... read more
    17 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • RURAL SUCCESSION PLANNING: TAKE ACTION BUT MIND THE 'F' WORD by Brigid Price | Brigid's Insights, Farmers' Voice, Succession Planning |      Wayne Dwyer said "if you change the way you at things, the things you look at change".... READ MORE ... read more
    17 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 17 Aug 2022
    by Brigid Price | May 24, 2017 | Farmers' Voice, Succession Planning  Marrying anyone is life changing. Marry a farmer, you enter a whole new world where your in-laws are often your boss, and you're sleeping with your business partner…many awkward conver... read more
    17 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • by Brigid Price | May 24, 2017 | Farmers' Voice, Succession Planning  Marrying anyone is life changing. Marry a farmer, you enter a whole new world where your in-laws are often your boss, and you're sleeping with your business partner…many awkward conver... read more
    17 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 17 Aug 2022
    Create your own succession plan In collaboration with the brilliant Clare Fountain from Sorted, Farming Together is pleased to present, The 3-Step Succession Planning Tool. This tool provides a step-by-step approach to mapping your future wants and needs... read more
    23 | Posted by Farming Together
  • Create your own succession plan In collaboration with the brilliant Clare Fountain from Sorted, Farming Together is pleased to present, The 3-Step Succession Planning Tool. This tool provides a step-by-step approach to mapping your future wants and needs... read more
    23 Posted by Farming Together
  • 17 Aug 2022
    17 Sep 2021 New ways of looking at family farm succession are paying dividends. Here's how to put them into practice – and why the time to start is now. By Agribusiness View Attitudes towards rural succession are changing as families look to pres... read more
    12 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 17 Sep 2021 New ways of looking at family farm succession are paying dividends. Here's how to put them into practice – and why the time to start is now. By Agribusiness View Attitudes towards rural succession are changing as families look to pres... read more
    12 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 03 Aug 2022
    28/05/2020 Western Australian livestock producers are calling on the Federal Government to support a minor exemption to the June to September moratorium on live exports, to allow for the loading of 56,000 sheep stranded at a Baldivis feedlot following si... read more
  • 28/05/2020 Western Australian livestock producers are calling on the Federal Government to support a minor exemption to the June to September moratorium on live exports, to allow for the loading of 56,000 sheep stranded at a Baldivis feedlot following si... read more
  • 03 Aug 2022
    12 MAY 2022 Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) is a clear and present risk to the northern pastoral sector, and to the domestic beef industry nationally. Members of the NTCA can be assured that this is my and the Executive Committee of the NTCA's highest priority ... read more
  • 12 MAY 2022 Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) is a clear and present risk to the northern pastoral sector, and to the domestic beef industry nationally. Members of the NTCA can be assured that this is my and the Executive Committee of the NTCA's highest priority ... read more
  • 03 Aug 2022
    31 MAY 2022 A recent wave of investment in sustainable agriculture across the Northern Territory is welcomed by the Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association (NTCA). "During the COVID era, a number of pastoral stations came and went from the property m... read more
  • 31 MAY 2022 A recent wave of investment in sustainable agriculture across the Northern Territory is welcomed by the Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association (NTCA). "During the COVID era, a number of pastoral stations came and went from the property m... read more
  • 02 Aug 2022
    3/6/2020   Welcoming Travis, Zoe and their family at Allington Family Farm CSA to our CSA Australia & New Zealand community.​Located in the Harvey Hills, Allington Family Farm produces ethical and sustainable lamb their farm consists of se... read more
  • 3/6/2020   Welcoming Travis, Zoe and their family at Allington Family Farm CSA to our CSA Australia & New Zealand community.​Located in the Harvey Hills, Allington Family Farm produces ethical and sustainable lamb their farm consists of se... read more
  • 02 Aug 2022
    Greetings, and welcome to the first CSA Network Australia and New Zealand News Blog : July 2018 Food is the great connector. Communities that have the resources to feed themselves are more resilient, healthier, and foster better relationships to each ot... read more
  • Greetings, and welcome to the first CSA Network Australia and New Zealand News Blog : July 2018 Food is the great connector. Communities that have the resources to feed themselves are more resilient, healthier, and foster better relationships to each ot... read more
  • 02 Aug 2022
    21/01/2022 By David Mason-Jones,  Research by Dr. Lindsay Moore The work of citizen scientist, Dr. Lindsay Moore, has failed to confirm an important IPCC prediction about what will happen to the spread between maximum and minimum temperatures due to th... read more
    26 | Posted by BomWatch
  • 21/01/2022 By David Mason-Jones,  Research by Dr. Lindsay Moore The work of citizen scientist, Dr. Lindsay Moore, has failed to confirm an important IPCC prediction about what will happen to the spread between maximum and minimum temperatures due to th... read more
    26 Posted by BomWatch
  • 02 Aug 2022
    26/10/2021 Mean sea level change at Cooktown, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland Dr Bill Johnston ([email protected]) Main points There is no evidence that melting glaciers, increasing levels of atmospheric CO2­­ or expansion of the oceans due ... read more
    34 | Posted by BomWatch
  • 26/10/2021 Mean sea level change at Cooktown, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland Dr Bill Johnston ([email protected]) Main points There is no evidence that melting glaciers, increasing levels of atmospheric CO2­­ or expansion of the oceans due ... read more
    34 Posted by BomWatch
  • 02 Aug 2022
    17/10/2021 Sea level at Townsville, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland Dr. Bill Johnston[1] http://www.bomwatch.com.au/ ([email protected]) Main points #1. Heat exchanges with the landscape bias trends in sea surface temperature (SST) measured c... read more
    30 | Posted by BomWatch
  • 17/10/2021 Sea level at Townsville, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland Dr. Bill Johnston[1] http://www.bomwatch.com.au/ ([email protected]) Main points #1. Heat exchanges with the landscape bias trends in sea surface temperature (SST) measured c... read more
    30 Posted by BomWatch
  • 28 Jul 2022
    The Regenerative Agriculture Alliance and the Centre for Organics Research at Southern Cross University is currently undertaking a three-year research study investigating multispecies cover crops in subtropical horticultural plantations. The research is f... read more
    16 | Posted by Farming Together
  • The Regenerative Agriculture Alliance and the Centre for Organics Research at Southern Cross University is currently undertaking a three-year research study investigating multispecies cover crops in subtropical horticultural plantations. The research is f... read more
    16 Posted by Farming Together
  • 28 Jul 2022
        Mike and Cheryl Smith are the founders of Solum Farm. With over 25 years in farming, they currently live and work on their farm on Yaegl Country in the Clarence Valley. Of their 25-acre property, they have dedicated 15 acres to fores... read more
    26 | Posted by Farming Together
  •     Mike and Cheryl Smith are the founders of Solum Farm. With over 25 years in farming, they currently live and work on their farm on Yaegl Country in the Clarence Valley. Of their 25-acre property, they have dedicated 15 acres to fores... read more
    26 Posted by Farming Together
  • 28 Jul 2022
    4 April 2022 Pictured is Southern Cross University's Amanda Scott (right) delivering a recent workshop at Wudinna to support young Eyre Peninsula farmers. The project is funded by the Networks to Build Drought Resilience Program, part of the Au... read more
    40 | Posted by Farming Together
  • 4 April 2022 Pictured is Southern Cross University's Amanda Scott (right) delivering a recent workshop at Wudinna to support young Eyre Peninsula farmers. The project is funded by the Networks to Build Drought Resilience Program, part of the Au... read more
    40 Posted by Farming Together

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  • 15 Mar 2022
    Mitch Hooke's one word answer to explain effective advocacy James Nason, 08/03/2022   FORMER mining sector leader Mitch Hooke offered a simple one-word answer in response to a question at an Australian Farm Institute forum yes... read more
    264 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • Mitch Hooke's one word answer to explain effective advocacy James Nason, 08/03/2022   FORMER mining sector leader Mitch Hooke offered a simple one-word answer in response to a question at an Australian Farm Institute forum yes... read more
    264 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 16 May 2022
    Most Americans think of peanuts in terms of peanut butter or as a snack at baseball games. The history of peanuts in America, of course, is more complicated than that, and it is often tied to the enslavement of African Americans. However, the history of p... read more
    157 | Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • Most Americans think of peanuts in terms of peanut butter or as a snack at baseball games. The history of peanuts in America, of course, is more complicated than that, and it is often tied to the enslavement of African Americans. However, the history of p... read more
    157 Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • 31 Mar 2022
    With you, for you - AgForce delivered in 2020/21:   More than 152 Letters to Stakeholders 7 Submissions to Parliament More than 37 Ministerial Meetings 5 Parliamentary Hearings (reduced by COVID and the state election We helped keep ag powering ... read more
    155 | Posted by ONFARM Support - Admin
  • With you, for you - AgForce delivered in 2020/21:   More than 152 Letters to Stakeholders 7 Submissions to Parliament More than 37 Ministerial Meetings 5 Parliamentary Hearings (reduced by COVID and the state election We helped keep ag powering ... read more
    155 Posted by ONFARM Support - Admin
  • 16 May 2022
    12 days of homemade Christmas presentsDay 12???? Christmas Pudding Talk about saving the best for last! This recipe comes to us from deep in the Local is Lovely blog archives and before that, from Anna Derham aka @derhaminteriors’ late Grandma Booth. Than... read more
    151 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 12 days of homemade Christmas presentsDay 12???? Christmas Pudding Talk about saving the best for last! This recipe comes to us from deep in the Local is Lovely blog archives and before that, from Anna Derham aka @derhaminteriors’ late Grandma Booth. Than... read more
    151 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 22 Sep 2021
    Commercial farmers and home gardeners alike know the deep annoyance and damage that aphids can cause. One highly effective, environmentally safe and adorable method for fighting aphids is to release ladybugs into an affected area, as ladybugs will prey on... read more
    144 | Published by Modern Farmer
  • Commercial farmers and home gardeners alike know the deep annoyance and damage that aphids can cause. One highly effective, environmentally safe and adorable method for fighting aphids is to release ladybugs into an affected area, as ladybugs will prey on... read more
    144 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 22 May 2022
    When Tiffany Traverse thinks about growing and eating the same food that her ancestors ate, she gets excited. “I want others to feel that way, too! We should all be able to feel that connection to place and food,” says the Indigenous farmer. Traverse and ... read more
    144 | Published by Modern Farmer
  • When Tiffany Traverse thinks about growing and eating the same food that her ancestors ate, she gets excited. “I want others to feel that way, too! We should all be able to feel that connection to place and food,” says the Indigenous farmer. Traverse and ... read more
    144 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 23 Sep 2021
    Pesky infestations of tar spot disease are expected to put another dent in farmers’ yields across the Midwest, according to a team of scientists that specializes in crop pathology. Tar spot is recognized by its raised black spots that sprout on healthy or... read more
    140 | Published by Modern Farmer
  • Pesky infestations of tar spot disease are expected to put another dent in farmers’ yields across the Midwest, according to a team of scientists that specializes in crop pathology. Tar spot is recognized by its raised black spots that sprout on healthy or... read more
    140 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 24 Jun 2021
    Farmer's Guide to Milk Supply Agreements and the Dairy Industry Code of Conduct Negotiating or renegotiating a milk supply agreement? We have the resources to help dairy farmers to put an arrangement in place that best suits their business. The resource... read more
    139 | Posted by ONFARM Support - Admin
  • Farmer's Guide to Milk Supply Agreements and the Dairy Industry Code of Conduct Negotiating or renegotiating a milk supply agreement? We have the resources to help dairy farmers to put an arrangement in place that best suits their business. The resource... read more
    139 Posted by ONFARM Support - Admin
  • 22 Mar 2022
    American whiskey has long been about corn. After all, it’s the star ingredient in bourbon, the country’s beloved spirit. Yet the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), which is responsible for regulating and collecting taxes on alcohol, is set to... read more
    137 | Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • American whiskey has long been about corn. After all, it’s the star ingredient in bourbon, the country’s beloved spirit. Yet the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), which is responsible for regulating and collecting taxes on alcohol, is set to... read more
    137 Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • 24 May 2022
    A ranch in Montana is an odd place to find a big, old street sweeper brush, but the bison appear to love it. Yes, we’re talking about those brushes that street sweeper trucks use to push trash around while requiring city dwellers to move their cars. Appar... read more
    137 | Published by Modern Farmer
  • A ranch in Montana is an odd place to find a big, old street sweeper brush, but the bison appear to love it. Yes, we’re talking about those brushes that street sweeper trucks use to push trash around while requiring city dwellers to move their cars. Appar... read more
    137 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 11 Jun 2021
    How sustainable is chicken farming?   With all agricultural industries across Australia looking at how they can operate more sustainably and considering whether, and when, a carbon neutral future may be possible, it is timely to reflec... read more
  • How sustainable is chicken farming?   With all agricultural industries across Australia looking at how they can operate more sustainably and considering whether, and when, a carbon neutral future may be possible, it is timely to reflec... read more
  • 10 Mar 2022
    A COMPARATIVE TRIAL OF THE POLLEN SUBS 2020 Part 2 First published in ABJ August 2021 Vincent Riciglianoa and Randy OliverbaUSDA-ARS, bScientificBeekeeping.com   Last month I described how we set up our comparative trial of several pollen subs. Now it’s t... read more
    130 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • A COMPARATIVE TRIAL OF THE POLLEN SUBS 2020 Part 2 First published in ABJ August 2021 Vincent Riciglianoa and Randy OliverbaUSDA-ARS, bScientificBeekeeping.com   Last month I described how we set up our comparative trial of several pollen subs. Now it’s t... read more
    130 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 16 Mar 2022
    This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. Planting season for corn and soybeans across the US will begin as soon as March in Southern states and then move north. As farmers plant, they w... read more
    129 | Published by Modern Farmer
  • This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. Planting season for corn and soybeans across the US will begin as soon as March in Southern states and then move north. As farmers plant, they w... read more
    129 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 16 May 2022
    This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. As lockdowns went into effect in the spring of 2020 to slow the spread of the coronavirus, reports emerged of a global gardening boom, with plan... read more
    127 | Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. As lockdowns went into effect in the spring of 2020 to slow the spread of the coronavirus, reports emerged of a global gardening boom, with plan... read more
    127 Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • 23 Mar 2022
    Scientists in Saudi Arabia have developed and piloted what could be a useful tool to help curb food insecurity in regions facing water accessibility issues.   The technology, called WEC2P, is a green energy system that uses solar panels to suck up moistur... read more
    126 | Published by Modern Farmer
  • Scientists in Saudi Arabia have developed and piloted what could be a useful tool to help curb food insecurity in regions facing water accessibility issues.   The technology, called WEC2P, is a green energy system that uses solar panels to suck up moistur... read more
    126 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 25 May 2022
    This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. Figuring out how to feed people in space is a major part of a larger effort to demonstrate the viability of long-term human habitation of extrat... read more
    126 | Published by Modern Farmer
  • This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. Figuring out how to feed people in space is a major part of a larger effort to demonstrate the viability of long-term human habitation of extrat... read more
    126 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 16 May 2022
    Like most Jewish families, mine has spent years, decades even, crafting our Passover seders. Each time we meet, a new tradition gets folded into the script, and we rejoice in revisiting it for years to come. We’ve included inside jokes, favorite foods, ev... read more
    125 | Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • Like most Jewish families, mine has spent years, decades even, crafting our Passover seders. Each time we meet, a new tradition gets folded into the script, and we rejoice in revisiting it for years to come. We’ve included inside jokes, favorite foods, ev... read more
    125 Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • 16 May 2022
    2022 Extended-Release Oxalic Update Part 1 Randy OliverScientificBeekeeping.com First published in ABJ March 2022   As more and more beekeepers try to wean themselves off amitraz, there is great interest in oxalic acid.  Unfortunately, a dose of OA by any... read more
    125 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 2022 Extended-Release Oxalic Update Part 1 Randy OliverScientificBeekeeping.com First published in ABJ March 2022   As more and more beekeepers try to wean themselves off amitraz, there is great interest in oxalic acid.  Unfortunately, a dose of OA by any... read more
    125 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 18 May 2022
    Gene banks, conservatory preserves where crop seeds are collected and archived for future uses, have been integral to keeping crop diversity alive for centuries. The crop varieties stored within them are important to crop breeders and farmers because each... read more
    125 | Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • Gene banks, conservatory preserves where crop seeds are collected and archived for future uses, have been integral to keeping crop diversity alive for centuries. The crop varieties stored within them are important to crop breeders and farmers because each... read more
    125 Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • 16 May 2022
    Seaweeds are among the fastest‑growing organisms on the planet and are very regenerative if they are harvested properly. The number one rule for harvesting sustainably is: do not rip the seaweed from the rock. Always leave some of the seaweed attached and... read more
    124 | Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • Seaweeds are among the fastest‑growing organisms on the planet and are very regenerative if they are harvested properly. The number one rule for harvesting sustainably is: do not rip the seaweed from the rock. Always leave some of the seaweed attached and... read more
    124 Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle