PigCentral provides a one-stop information hub for WA pig owners

Western Australian pig owners now have a one-stop shop for all their pig information needs with the launch of the PigCentral website by the Department of Agriculture and Food this 

Polaris 2015 ranger diesel 1000 - fully featured for hard work

Polaris has just released the 2015 Ranger Diesel 1000 HD EPS into the Australian market becoming the marques 20th model available for sale with a Roll Over Protection Structure (ROPS).

DAFWA’s small landholder publication back by popular demand

An updated version of the Department of Agriculture and Food’s ‘Land is in your Hands’ is now available electronically for property owners looking for information on managing their 

Flow hive breaks crowdfunding records

The Flow Hive indiegogo campaign is now the most successful crowdfunding venture ever launched outside the U.S., with contributions from 116 countries.

Get active in the garden this summer to combat unwanted pest

Home gardeners are reminded to pick any unwanted fruit from their trees and off the ground as part of a variety of activities required to guard against Mediterranean fruit fly (medfly) this summer.
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  • An investment in exclusion fencing is protecting grazing land from kangaroos and wild dogs, and has increased carrying capacity by up to 50 per cent for Morven graziers Robert and Beanie Mackenzie.
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  • What to buy the horse who has everything?

    Sustenhance® launches nationwide search for Australia’s fittest and healthiest chook!

    Are you the proud owner of a happy, healthy chook that can climb ladders like an Olympic hurdler, lay an egg the size of Everest, and flap around like a caped crusader?

    Regional and rural insurer launches campaign to improve quad bike safety


    To help reduce the incidence of deaths and injuries occurring on Australian farms, Elders Insurance today launched a new campaign to improve quad bike safety and raise awareness of the importance of operating these vehicles correctly. 

    Farmers’ market study shows benefits for consumers, producers and community

    A study into Australia’s farmers’ markets has revealed that they provide a number of benefits to farmers, consumers and the communities in which they are situated.

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