Organisers of one of WA’s biggest one-day agricultural shows is planning for this year's event to be held in October as planned, despite COVID-19 concerns.
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The CWA of WA has held its first videoconference board meeting in history, propelling the 96-year-old organisation into the digital age.
Hundreds turned out to The Westin in Perth for the WAFarmers annual conference on March 13.
A long-term commitment to improving soil health has led to Wellstead farmer Richard Davy winning the title of 2020 South Coast Soil Health Champion.
Boyup Brook farmer Jim Bagshaw has raised more than $50,000 for prostate cancer since beating the disease.
Internationally renowned for its unique program for at-risk youth, Camp Kulin has been suspended because of a shortage of staff and resources.
Camp Kulin founder Tanya Dupagne has described living with the tick-borne Lyme disease as a nightmare she never wakes up from.
The competition involved eight teams of four young farmers aged 18-35 test their farming skills and knowledge.
Cally Dupe and Kellie Balaam
The 55th annual Tom Quilty Gold Cup returns to WA, after a six-year absence, from September 18-20, across a 160km with 150 entrants expected.
The rich 75-year history of Williams Harness Racing Club was celebrated last month, which included the track’s original bell from 1945
Few would appreciate how much work goes on behind the scenes to make the Wagin Woolorama event run like clockwork each year.
Carly Moone and her husband Seb were inspired to write and illustrate the childrens’ book — My Dad, The Secret Superhero — in the wake of December’s Stirling Range bushfires.
“It was a labour of necessity to take up restoration on the vintage sulkies, long gone were the days of wheelwrights and coachbuilders.”
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.”
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