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Commercial cotton crop in Queensland's Gulf Country goes large-scale

Monday, 4 December 2017

Trials of dryland cotton at Strathmore Station in Queensland's Gulf Country pave the way for the first large-scale commercial crop.

Parents blame Government for 'toxic river' in Murray-Darling Basin making kids sick

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Outback parents are forced to drive their children hundreds of kilometres to bathe after they're exposed to toxic river water which doctors suspect is giving them reoccurring and antibiotic-resistant skin infections.

SA Parliament attempts to pressure Prime Minister to split water and agriculture portfolios

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

The SA Parliament will unite to try to force the Prime Minister to split the federal agriculture and water portfolios.

Young boss takes the helm of farming empire after family tragedy

Sunday, 12 November 2017

College graduate James Paterson took a big step when he finished studying agribusiness five years ago — straight to the top of his family's farming empire.

To Hell and Back: A young man takes the reigns of the family cattle business

Saturday, 11 November 2017

James Paterson was destined to take over the family business one day. But when his father died prematurely, James – straight out of college – stepped up to take over the reins. He talks to Kerry Staight about his role in the family empire and his partnership with his 81 year old grandfather.