The intellectual property rights of Wagyu breeders entering into DNA testing was a topical issue at this year’s annual general meeting held in Gatton this week.
The 2017 Australian Wagyu Association’s AGM was held at the University of Queensland’s Gatton campus this week.
Three generations came together as Kerwee Group celebrated 60 years on the Darling Downs with its official opening of their expanded feedlot.
The charge of the Australian Light Horse at Beersheba 100 years ago was one of the last great cavalry charges in history.
Journalist Sally Cripps has begun a two-week journey that will explore the famous Light Horse charge at Beersheba and her personal connection to that.
Ranking alongside Gallipoli and the Western Front, the Battle for Beersheba, a significant battle for Australian troops, is soon to be commemorated.
Australia's tough gun laws have been significantly watered down by state governments since they were first introduced in 1996, a new study has found.
Women working across many sectors of agriculture have gathered in Brisbane for the annual Australian Women in Agriculture (AWiA) conference.
The bravery of Australia's Light Horse in World War I, especially their mounted charge to take Beersheba, is capturing the imagination of western Queensland this week as a commemorative ride pays tribute to their feats.