WA has lost one of its most highly regarded public sector leaders and agriculture stalwarts.
WA College of Agriculture — Morawa’s Year 12 students celebrated the end of their 13 school years with a graduation ceremony on November 9.
Open horse action was at its very best at the three-day Boar Swamp Campdraft, formerly the Wellard Campdraft, held last Friday to Sunday.
CWA of WA threw open its doors to the public last Tuesday for its annual open day, attracting more than 100 people to its West Perth headquarters.
An influx of country music- lovers has helped raise $18,000 for eight different charities at the Nambung Country Music Muster.
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“We have a role to play in reducing the gap between the city and the country.”
The porch of a farmhouse is a place people go to watch the sunrise over a cuppa and the sunset over a beer.
A popular attraction returned to this year’s Newdegate Machinery Field Days — the Tractor Trail Train.
“I can envision beef becoming a luxury product, only affordable by the wealthy, so Angus quality must be emphasised as we strive to maintain our lead in the industry.”
“There is a growing divide between the city and rural towns and there is a bit of disconnect.”
It was her first time presenting at the field days, and “great fun” for the chef, whose experience includes running the kitchen at Parliament House in Darwin.
“I just thought it was a really good cause.”
Sheep farmers have ventured from throughout the State — and even travelled over the Nullarbor — for an anticipated Mid West forum.
An underground basement usually pegged for tech entrepreneurs played host to a different but equally tech-savy crowd of young agriculture industry representatives last month for the AgConnectWA forum.
Pitching trendy against traditional, young upstart against tried and true, Parry Creek has thrown down the gauntlet via cheeky social media jabs over the course of the 2019 tourism season.
An innovative Australian documentary project is aiming to put a spotlight on the hidden roles of women in agriculture, with the launch of its first series on WA’s female farmers.
The Northam-based musicians behind Refractory Road are geared to set the stage alight at Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days, in a sundowner session like no other.
Not growing up on a commercial farm is no limitation for Jack Chanpomarat, who is determined to pursue a career in agriculture when he finishes high school in 18 months.
Drones, a coffee van, transportable sheep yards and a $10,000 metal detector caught the eye of those selecting the exhibitor awards at the McIntosh & Son Mingenew Midwest Expo.
Naming rights sponsor and Australian machinery dealer heavyweight McIntosh & Son flexed its muscle at Mingenew Midwest Expo last week, taking out the coveted RedMac Tractor Pull.
WA College of Agriculture — Cunderdin has scooped the inaugural schools award at the second Elders Young Farmers Competition after its students won in two of four competition categories.
A lively display of upcycled rubbish transformed into wearable art made an eco-fashion statement during the opening of this year’s Expo.
When Tiffany Davey took on the role of AgConnectWA’s 2019-20 committee president last month, it seemed like the inevitable next step in the life of a passionate supporter of WA agriculture.
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