DO you know a hidden treasure in our community who deserves recognition?
The Rural Women’s Network are calling for nominations of female volunteers in rural communities across New South Wales,
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By Stuart Sheldrake
THERE was an increased yarding of 1,140 head, due to mainly more cattle coming out based on the very good market last week and the market was strong again.
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TODAY, the state government announced they will beef up bio-security laws, introducing on-the-spot fines of $1,000 and up to $220,000 per person or $440,000 for corporations.
» Read more about: Local Farmers Welcome Tougher Laws »
THE property near Scone which had a case of Hendra, has been given the all clear,
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TOM Hunt was elected president of the re-established NSW Farmers Scone branch last night, leading a new executive who are possibly the youngest in the state.
» Read more about: Local Young Farmers Bucking the Trend »
THE cattle breeding season in the Upper Hunter begins in October and runs through December,
» Read more about: Upper Hunter Gears Up For Breeding »
TONIGHT local farmers will have the first meeting of the NSW Farmers Scone branch in 15 years,
» Read more about: Farmers’ First Meeting in 15 Years »
FARMERS are being asked to contact the Liverpool Plains Rural Bush Fire service to help them locate and record reliable water sources in the local area,
» Read more about: Firefighters Plea for Water Locations »