A new podcast from GippsDairy will share the latest dairy industry news and educational resources as well as inspiring and uplifting stories from the dairy community.
A NEW podcast from not for profit organisation GippsDairy aims to deliver informative discussions, the latest industry news, and compelling personal stories directly to farmers, where and when it suits them. The first episode of DairyPod went online recently, featuring legendary farm consultant John
Dr Steve Lapidge, CEO of the Fight Food Waste Cooperative Research Centre, presenting on the opportunities to turn food waste into profit.
VICTORIA holds the rather unenviable title of the highest level of on-farm losses from vegetable production and is runner-up to Queensland in losses calculated from fruits, nuts and wine grape production. Just over 250,000 tonnes of vegetables, and close to 50,000 tonnes of fruit,
Sarah Nolet of Farmers2Founders is excited to be bringing their second workshop to Gippsland.
FEDERATION University’s Churchill campus will host the second Farmers2Founders (F2F) workshop, linking primary producers to global innovation and technology experts. The free workshops are an Australian first, exposing producers to trends in food, agriculture, and technology that are creating both challenges and opportunities. It
National Ploughing Champion Scott Loughridge, left, with his father Brett, the ‘Reversible’ National Champion at the presentations in the Wonthaggi Workmen’s Club last Saturday night. The pair will now represent Australia at the world championships in America in September. M532019
WONTHAGGI was in the eye of Friday’s wintry blast, copping a deluge of rain and hail throughout the morning. But it didn’t stop the competitors in the National Ploughing Association of Australian’s annual championships on Cameron and Rhiannon Scheffen’s property at North Wonthaggi. “We
THE South Gippsland, Bass Coast and Western Port farming communities were invited to join a “bottom up revolution” last week as respected sheep grazier, academic and author Dr Charles Massy visited the area to speak on the benefits of regenerative agriculture. The manager of