Posts in Category: Rural
THE January bushfires and a very dry summer could be the reasons behind the recent spate of wild dog activity in Bright. Ongoing reports of…
TAWONGA’S Kerry Lucas is well-known for her sportswear designs but it was a call from local doctor Mark Zagorski that has seen her extend her…
THE Myrtleford Farmers Market has welcomed sponsorship by Bendigo Bank for monthly cooking demonstrations.
Into our Hands Foundation has funded 87 projects to a value of almost $590,000 in the past four years.
THE Myrtleford and District Agricultural and Pastoral Society show takes places for the 70th time on Saturday.
A HUGE crowd and record prices were the order of the day at the Myrtleford Autumn sale run by Paull and Scollard last month.
QUALITY not quantity is bearing fruit for grape growers in the region, said Alpine Valleys Wine Region president Micheal Freudenstein.
A ROSEWHITE cattle stud has broken the liveweight price record at a recent online sale.
Local farmers are frustrated by the winter big wet delaying plans to spray for weeds and fertilising paddocks.
TODAY is the first time in more the 70 years that businesses in Bright won’t be getting their milk delivered direct from the town’s own…
A BUCKLAND Valley dairy farmer says enough is enough.
WHAT does putt-putt golf and mountain cattlemen’s huts have in common?