What coronavirus means for agriculture. Hard times for rice growers. Remembering a unique travelling merchant and his wagon. The artist capturing the country coming back to life from bushfires.
The impact of bushfire-smoke tainted grapes on the wine industry. A high-end goat cheese dairy committed to sustainability. Farming camels for meat export. Inside the secret world of medicinal cannabis.
The little drought charity with a big heart. Traprock's fine wool producers struggle with drought. Genetically modifying dairy cattle. A young farmer from Jakarta embraces life on King Island.
Agricultural innovators working smarter not harder. An alternative to plastic drinking straws. Eco-friendly surfboards from plantation timber. Canowindra's young champion putting community first.
Farming bush foods. Mustering at Mundoo Island Station. The beef property where the Murray River meets the sea. A family of four daughters building a beef brand to export to China.
What the Australia-Indonesia partnership means for agricultural exports. Tasmania on the verge of eliminating European carp. Small town farmers looking for love. The burger king backing plant-based meat substitutes.
Landline goes to Bass Strait and Australia's largest remaining scallop fishery. Also meet the scientist whose work in sheep helped in the births of 10 million IVF babies. Plus the old alcohol that's new again - mead.
The struggle of overcoming infertility in the bush. The singing and dancing farmer teaching kids about life on the land. Plus the impact of coronavirus COVID-19 on Australia's multimillion-dollar lobster export industry.
Picking up the pieces after catastrophic bushfires on Kangaroo Island, in New South Wales and Victoria. Plus culling of thirsty camels to protect water supplies in the Southern Rangelands of WA.
A different approach to cattle management in the NT. Surviving the relentless drought. Young women find their voice in the livestock industry. Plus Queensland's banana industry stronger than ever.
Criminals target rural communities for firearms. A new project could revitalise King Island's beef industry. Working conditions for shearers in question, plus the last of the outback saddlers.
The divisive end of commercial fishing in the Gippsland Lakes. An inspiring program helping country kids help themselves. The guts and glory of rodeo clowns, plus the last harvest for a 200-year-old farming dynasty.
A new weapon against food fraud; the war over water in Western Australia's Fitzroy catchment; Tasmania's junior beekeepers; protecting Australian pork; a London teenager embraces life in the outback.
An epic road trip raises funds for spinal research; voracious seals eating up livelihoods; millions of bees on the move; regenerative agriculture paying off for primary producers.
In this episode find out some the mysteries of weather and bush fire season has started early and the outlook for much of the east-coast and parts of Western and South Australia is for above normal fire potential. Farmers’ markets have changed the way fresh produce is bought and sold, bringing customers face-to-face with growers. The idea only started in Australia 20 years and continues to grow in popularity as consumers look to buy fresh, local, sustainable produce with a story.
Sport in regional areas under pressure; The remote cattle property in WA attracting shooters from all over the world; Restoration of an historic property in Tasmania honours acclaimed Australian Colonial artist.
A special on the state of Australia's dairy industry; Prime dairying areas in decline due to high water prices; Diversifying to survive; The Australian Dairy Plan and the road to reform.
Satellites helping to eradicate feral pigs; The implications of swine fever for Australia; Urban farms growing on city outskirts; The healing power of horses; A soulful pilgrimage back to the bush.
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