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Past articles by Vernon:

New spotlight on need for more competition in farm machinery repairs

The Productivity Commission has raised concerns about the need for a more level playing field for independent repairers of farm machinery. → Read More

Header versus cotton picker demolition derby proves winner for Mungindi

A novel demolition derby pitting headers against cotton pickers will be back for this year's Mungindi Show. → Read More

Rural and regional industries told artificial intelligence (AI) vital to their future

Export-orientated Industries in rural and regional Australia are keen to adopt artificial intelligence (AI) to lift their productivity and efficiency. → Read More

New farm tractor sales enjoy another darling month in May

The buying spree on new farm tractors continued in May despite bottlenecks at Australian ports. → Read More

Speedy test to solve long-running problem in Thoroughbred industry

University of Newcastle researchers have developed a simple-to-use device which provides a quick result on whether Thoroughbred mares have been got in foal. → Read More

Qantas throttles up push for local sustainable aviation fuel production

National airline Qantas is seeking industry support for the development of sustainable aviation fuel production in Australia. → Read More

Voice of Real Australia: Australia must stop being a punching bag in carbon emissions fight

Australia needs to stop being the whipping boy for world leaders trying to deflect attention from their own efforts to reduce carbon emissions. → Read More

Trials to assess if new feed technologies can cut livestock methane emissions

The federal government will support trials to assess the commercial value of new livestock feed technologies. → Read More

Farmers told to stop poisoning mice by radical animal rights group

Militant animal rights group PETA has blamed government failure to introduce birth control for mice for the current plague. → Read More

Government throws $2 billion lifeline to our last two oil refineries

The federal government has unveiled a major support package for Australia's last two oil refineries. → Read More

Don't tell the local doomsayers but we lead the world in rooftop solar

Australians are taking action to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by installing record numbers of rooftop solar panels. → Read More

Farming should prepare for growing online fake news "war" says new report

A new report released by Agrifutures Australia predicts some big challenges and opportunities for agriculture in the next decade. → Read More

New solar greenhouse with a window to the future opens in Perth

The world's first clear solar glass greenhouse has been opened at Murdoch University's new grains research precinct in Perth. → Read More

Rare Aussie farm tractor brings $250,00 in US online auction

A total 57 bids were recorded during an online auction battle in the United States for a rare Australian farm tractor. → Read More

Voice of Real Australia: COVID exposes big cracks in our national unity

Australians must understand they are the only ones who can drive major change through the ballot box. → Read More

Historic McWilliam's Wines finally sold in a deal which splits the company in two

The Riverina-based Calabria family and a Sydney-based investment company have each bought a stake in the iconic McWilliam's Wines. → Read More

Record run for new tractor sales stretches to 12 months

New farm tractors are continuing to fly out of dealers' yards and are set to hit 14,000 this year. → Read More

Will this flaming argument ever stop?

Australians shouldn't hold their breath if they are expecting real action after the recent inquiries into the 2019-20 mega bushfires. → Read More

Coles boosts range of Tassie grassfed lamb in time for Australia Day rush

Supermarket giant Coles has boosted its range of Graze grassfed lamb products in time for the Australia Day holiday rush. → Read More

Australian ag going well despite China trade war says Rural Bank

In a new report the Rural Bank says Australian agriculture is cruising along despite the trade war with China and global economic chaos caused by coronavirus. → Read More