Made from recycled materials, Ann and Jeff Ross' B Box is a welcome innovation in hive design which is keeping the heat off our native honey producers.
Nathan Scott's agenda is to excite and motivate producers to adopt new concepts in the lamb industry and to bring together the whole of the supply chain.
The development of the bankless irrigation system across this Whitton property has delivered results and is now starting to repay the outlay spent in adopting it.
Agricultural innovator John Ryan develops air-seeding machines for broadacre cropping systems, to help maximise soil nutrient and improve crop yields.
The Murray family’s North Queensland and southern NSW farms push organic production to meet an expanding market’s challenges.
Andrew Ross' entry into the Merino wool industry has led to a complex rewriting of how Merino wool will be sourced and traced in Australia for years to come.
Owning a cattle station in the Northern Territory as well as properties near Roma meant the door was open to a diverse range of markets for these adroit farmers.
A Victorian farmer at the cutting edge of introducing technology to improve accuracy in crop seeding, reckons it will offer savings on input costs and improve yields - and eventually consign air seeders to history.
South Australian agribusiness Rural Directions is now a thriving advisory company working with one in nine farmers in SA, realising a hunch that change was on the way.