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  • 12 Apr 2024
    As food producers we rely on the use of a large portion of the planet to make our living feeding civilization.  Farmers have much to lose economically from mindless bureaucratic restrictions as Governments grapple to fix a problem which quite simply does ... read more
    852 | Posted by George King
  • As food producers we rely on the use of a large portion of the planet to make our living feeding civilization.  Farmers have much to lose economically from mindless bureaucratic restrictions as Governments grapple to fix a problem which quite simply does ... read more
    852 Posted by George King
  • 25 Mar 2024
    It is time to call out some of the madness that is infecting western civilization.  The despots who are peddling this psychotic agenda have set their sights on the west under the guise of saving the planet. The foundation stone of western civilization is ... read more
    2071 | Posted by George King
  • It is time to call out some of the madness that is infecting western civilization.  The despots who are peddling this psychotic agenda have set their sights on the west under the guise of saving the planet. The foundation stone of western civilization is ... read more
    2071 Posted by George King
  • 06 Mar 2024
    A quick look at the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) website shows a 42-year history with more than nine million members and an annual income of around 80 million US dollars.  PETA is an organization whose main goal is to turn you into a veg... read more
    2135 | Posted by George King
  • A quick look at the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) website shows a 42-year history with more than nine million members and an annual income of around 80 million US dollars.  PETA is an organization whose main goal is to turn you into a veg... read more
    2135 Posted by George King
  • 20 Feb 2024
    I wonder how much more farmers must be on the receiving end of vegan activists, ideological and unworkable government regulations, industrial wind turbines and industrial solar instillations in rural communities, not having a voice politically and being d... read more
    3512 | Posted by George King
  • I wonder how much more farmers must be on the receiving end of vegan activists, ideological and unworkable government regulations, industrial wind turbines and industrial solar instillations in rural communities, not having a voice politically and being d... read more
    3512 Posted by George King
  • 14 Feb 2024
    The Climate Change charlatans have been telling us global warming is going to make the planet less habitable, the climate more erratic and displace millions of 'climate change refugees.'  The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have docum... read more
    1065 | Posted by George King
  • The Climate Change charlatans have been telling us global warming is going to make the planet less habitable, the climate more erratic and displace millions of 'climate change refugees.'  The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have docum... read more
    1065 Posted by George King
  • 18 Jan 2024
    Woolworths and Coles Dominate Red Meat Market Control, Centralize Operations, and Face Criticism for Alleged Price Gouging Editor: Andrew Dunlop, Australian Beef Association (ABA). Key Points: Woolworths and Coles have established dominance in the re... read more
    674 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • Woolworths and Coles Dominate Red Meat Market Control, Centralize Operations, and Face Criticism for Alleged Price Gouging Editor: Andrew Dunlop, Australian Beef Association (ABA). Key Points: Woolworths and Coles have established dominance in the re... read more
    674 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 25 Jul 2023
    Restoring Soil Fertility on Degraded Lands to Meet Food, Fuel, and Climate Security Needs via Perennialization Samantha Mosier1,2,3* S. Carolina Córdova1,2,3 G. Philip Robertson1,2,3 1Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center, Michigan State University, E... read more
  • Restoring Soil Fertility on Degraded Lands to Meet Food, Fuel, and Climate Security Needs via Perennialization Samantha Mosier1,2,3* S. Carolina Córdova1,2,3 G. Philip Robertson1,2,3 1Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center, Michigan State University, E... read more
  • 05 Apr 2023
    ONFARM, 5th April 2023. If anyone was 'remotely' interested in educating themselves about the process and the role that Australia plays in supplying livestock to countries around the world for the sustenance of millions of people every day, it's the team... read more
    327 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • ONFARM, 5th April 2023. If anyone was 'remotely' interested in educating themselves about the process and the role that Australia plays in supplying livestock to countries around the world for the sustenance of millions of people every day, it's the team... read more
    327 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 22 Mar 2023
    ONFARM, 22/3/2023 In 1933 the United States went away from a gold standard for its currency, since then the monetary system has not been back by gold.  With a fiat currency backed by sentiment alone, the credit culture was set loose.  In 1944, forty-four... read more
    263 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • ONFARM, 22/3/2023 In 1933 the United States went away from a gold standard for its currency, since then the monetary system has not been back by gold.  With a fiat currency backed by sentiment alone, the credit culture was set loose.  In 1944, forty-four... read more
    263 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 01 Mar 2023
    ONFARM 1/3/2023 Problem: Rice is eaten regularly by over half the world's population, accounting for 20% of the total caloric intake.  It uses 11% of global cropland, and accounts for the same amount of global greenhouse gas emissions as the entire aviat... read more
    156 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • ONFARM 1/3/2023 Problem: Rice is eaten regularly by over half the world's population, accounting for 20% of the total caloric intake.  It uses 11% of global cropland, and accounts for the same amount of global greenhouse gas emissions as the entire aviat... read more
    156 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 15 Feb 2023
    ONFARM, 15/12/2023 When you take a high-level look at the environmental/consumer/farmer matrix it looks as if there is a small minority of so-called environmentalists who are exceptionally well resourced and organised on one side, and on the other side w... read more
    511 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • ONFARM, 15/12/2023 When you take a high-level look at the environmental/consumer/farmer matrix it looks as if there is a small minority of so-called environmentalists who are exceptionally well resourced and organised on one side, and on the other side w... read more
    511 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 03 Feb 2023
    Since the 1950s, agricultural projects have grown exponentially. Chemical fertilizers, pesticides and irrigation are now commonplace in industrial farming; enormous tracts of land from a few hundred to hundreds of thousands acres can be seen blanketed wit... read more
    188 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • Since the 1950s, agricultural projects have grown exponentially. Chemical fertilizers, pesticides and irrigation are now commonplace in industrial farming; enormous tracts of land from a few hundred to hundreds of thousands acres can be seen blanketed wit... read more
    188 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 21 Nov 2022
    CATTLE While the rest of the world is busy in blaming cattle for its role in contributing to the rise in greenhouse gas emissions, it appears the cattle industry has largely been silent on the following facts; The world cattle population recorded by t... read more
    284 | Posted by Melinda King
  • CATTLE While the rest of the world is busy in blaming cattle for its role in contributing to the rise in greenhouse gas emissions, it appears the cattle industry has largely been silent on the following facts; The world cattle population recorded by t... read more
    284 Posted by Melinda King
  • 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
    200 | 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
    200 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
    208 | 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
    208 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
    187 | 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
    187 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
    195 | 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
    195 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
    217 | 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
    217 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
    210 | 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
    210 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
    177 | 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
    177 Posted by ONFARM Support

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  • 20 Feb 2024
    I wonder how much more farmers must be on the receiving end of vegan activists, ideological and unworkable government regulations, industrial wind turbines and industrial solar instillations in rural communities, not having a voice politically and being d... read more
    3512 | Posted by George King
  • I wonder how much more farmers must be on the receiving end of vegan activists, ideological and unworkable government regulations, industrial wind turbines and industrial solar instillations in rural communities, not having a voice politically and being d... read more
    3512 Posted by George King
  • 06 Mar 2024
    A quick look at the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) website shows a 42-year history with more than nine million members and an annual income of around 80 million US dollars.  PETA is an organization whose main goal is to turn you into a veg... read more
    2135 | Posted by George King
  • A quick look at the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) website shows a 42-year history with more than nine million members and an annual income of around 80 million US dollars.  PETA is an organization whose main goal is to turn you into a veg... read more
    2135 Posted by George King
  • 25 Mar 2024
    It is time to call out some of the madness that is infecting western civilization.  The despots who are peddling this psychotic agenda have set their sights on the west under the guise of saving the planet. The foundation stone of western civilization is ... read more
    2071 | Posted by George King
  • It is time to call out some of the madness that is infecting western civilization.  The despots who are peddling this psychotic agenda have set their sights on the west under the guise of saving the planet. The foundation stone of western civilization is ... read more
    2071 Posted by George King
  • 14 Feb 2024
    The Climate Change charlatans have been telling us global warming is going to make the planet less habitable, the climate more erratic and displace millions of 'climate change refugees.'  The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have docum... read more
    1065 | Posted by George King
  • The Climate Change charlatans have been telling us global warming is going to make the planet less habitable, the climate more erratic and displace millions of 'climate change refugees.'  The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have docum... read more
    1065 Posted by George King
  • 12 Apr 2024
    As food producers we rely on the use of a large portion of the planet to make our living feeding civilization.  Farmers have much to lose economically from mindless bureaucratic restrictions as Governments grapple to fix a problem which quite simply does ... read more
    852 | Posted by George King
  • As food producers we rely on the use of a large portion of the planet to make our living feeding civilization.  Farmers have much to lose economically from mindless bureaucratic restrictions as Governments grapple to fix a problem which quite simply does ... read more
    852 Posted by George King
  • 18 Jan 2024
    Woolworths and Coles Dominate Red Meat Market Control, Centralize Operations, and Face Criticism for Alleged Price Gouging Editor: Andrew Dunlop, Australian Beef Association (ABA). Key Points: Woolworths and Coles have established dominance in the re... read more
    674 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • Woolworths and Coles Dominate Red Meat Market Control, Centralize Operations, and Face Criticism for Alleged Price Gouging Editor: Andrew Dunlop, Australian Beef Association (ABA). Key Points: Woolworths and Coles have established dominance in the re... read more
    674 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 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
    520 | 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
    520 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 15 Feb 2023
    ONFARM, 15/12/2023 When you take a high-level look at the environmental/consumer/farmer matrix it looks as if there is a small minority of so-called environmentalists who are exceptionally well resourced and organised on one side, and on the other side w... read more
    511 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • ONFARM, 15/12/2023 When you take a high-level look at the environmental/consumer/farmer matrix it looks as if there is a small minority of so-called environmentalists who are exceptionally well resourced and organised on one side, and on the other side w... read more
    511 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 16 May 2022
    Spring has sprung and that’s good news for gardeners who’ve been eager to dig into the soil once again. If you’re one of the few who’s added fruit trees to your crop list, there’s one practice you may want to think about integrating this season: grafting.... read more
    400 | Published by Modern Farmer
  • Spring has sprung and that’s good news for gardeners who’ve been eager to dig into the soil once again. If you’re one of the few who’s added fruit trees to your crop list, there’s one practice you may want to think about integrating this season: grafting.... read more
    400 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 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
    378 | 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
    378 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 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
    368 | 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
    368 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 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
    368 | 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
    368 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 22 Sep 2021
    Wolves, and their predation of livestock, are a major issue for farmers, whether that’s a perception or a reality. And large carnivores are coming back to places where they had previously been eliminated, thanks to improved conservation efforts and, as in... read more
    362 | Published by Modern Farmer
  • Wolves, and their predation of livestock, are a major issue for farmers, whether that’s a perception or a reality. And large carnivores are coming back to places where they had previously been eliminated, thanks to improved conservation efforts and, as in... read more
    362 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 16 May 2022
    HOPGUARD 3 AS A SUMMER TREATMENT Beekeeper-Funded Research Randy Oliver, with collaboration by Aris Roberts First published in ABJ February 2022   In the summer of 2020, I tested using Hopguard 3 to control varroa. Unfortunately, the label was not clear, ... read more
    362 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • HOPGUARD 3 AS A SUMMER TREATMENT Beekeeper-Funded Research Randy Oliver, with collaboration by Aris Roberts First published in ABJ February 2022   In the summer of 2020, I tested using Hopguard 3 to control varroa. Unfortunately, the label was not clear, ... read more
    362 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 20 Oct 2021
    Beekeeper-funded Research A Test of Thermal Treatment for Varroa Part 2 First published in ABJ April 2021 Randy OliverScientificBeekeeping.com Last month I covered the theory of using thermal treatment (hyperthermia) to control varroa, and some of the des... read more
    359 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • Beekeeper-funded Research A Test of Thermal Treatment for Varroa Part 2 First published in ABJ April 2021 Randy OliverScientificBeekeeping.com Last month I covered the theory of using thermal treatment (hyperthermia) to control varroa, and some of the des... read more
    359 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
    357 | 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
    357 Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle
  • 20 Oct 2021
    A COMPARATIVE TRIAL OF THE POLLEN SUBS 2020 Part 1 Beekeeper-Funded Research First published in ABJ July 2021 Randy OliverScientificBeekeeping.com California has been in a “mega-drought” for a decade. In many areas, there is not enough natural forage in ... read more
    356 | Posted by ONFARM Support
  • A COMPARATIVE TRIAL OF THE POLLEN SUBS 2020 Part 1 Beekeeper-Funded Research First published in ABJ July 2021 Randy OliverScientificBeekeeping.com California has been in a “mega-drought” for a decade. In many areas, there is not enough natural forage in ... read more
    356 Posted by ONFARM Support
  • 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
    355 | 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
    355 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
    345 | 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
    345 Published by Modern Farmer
  • 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
    342 | 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
    342 Published by Moder Farmer - Food & Lifestyle