Can Alex get a small company like Heck to survive on the shelves of the supermarket and realise their dream of being the UK's number one premium brand?
Lessons learned from drought. Improving cotton's green credentials. The family-owned business farming salt. An award-winning program changing the conversation about mental health for rural men.
Starting with the Yukon Gold Rush of 1880, three generations of the Trump family confront new frontiers and build the foundation for Donald Trump's fame and fortune.
Six years ago, it was Paul Walker's dream to set up his very own microbrewery in the heart of the Devon countryside. But his dream has turned into a nightmare: finances are spiralling out of control and family life is suffering.
Australian scientists discover how to grow coloured cotton.Reviving Australia's wool processing industry. Changing the way milk processors and dairy farmers do business. Plus, the latest monthly climate outlook.
An uncertain future for the last Georges River oyster farmer. Growing exotic mushrooms in an inner-city backyard. Planting native grasses to help deal with drought and bushfire. Plus, protecting bees from disease.
Calls for Australians to eat more home-grown barramundi. Farming pearls in cooler waters. A world first climate atlas charting the weather for our wine regions. Plus embracing the challenges of a tree-change.
A major court victory for the northern cattle industry after the 2011 live export ban was ruled invalid. Rebuilding after summer's bushfires. Has coronavirus COVID-19 revealed a lack of self-reliance for farm manufacturing and supplies? Plus the remote life of an outback cop.
Home delivery saving our cheesemakers. Launching the latest in bush tucker. A new health food supplement made from apples boosts hope for bushfire-hit orchardists. Plus protecting Tasmania's waterways from livestock.
Drought-stricken grain growers taking their last chance on a crop. Demand soars for organic fruit and vegetables. Keeping a country newspaper alive. Plus the struggle to save unwanted working dogs.
The nationwide grain industry outlook. A regional business making cheap ventilators. Farmers demand the right to repair their tractors. The high-tech nursery facing big challenges.
Truckies keeping food supplies moving. Cow colostrum a new trend in health foods. Big hearted volunteers feeding hungry horses. The greenhouse-grown vanilla pilot. Plus Ginger growing bio-security champions.
Safeguarding the food supply chain during coronavirus COVID-19. Changes at fruit and vegetable markets. Out to sea for banana prawn season. RFDS readies for coronavirus. Plus a silver lining for the flower industry.
This program pays tribute to our Anzacs with stories of how diggers smuggled a French orphan boy into Melbourne after World War II, the soldier settlement schemes, and a family linked to the charge of the Light Horse Brigade at Beersheba.
This program looks at the importance of war memorials in paying tribute to our Anzacs, and the Indigenous soldiers denied access to land settlement schemes after serving their country in world wars.
Coronavirus COVID-19 changing the way primary producers and agricultural businesses operate. Fears for hundreds of wineries. Pork producers on alert for African swine fever.
From the food we eat to the clothes we wear, this program explores technology's threat to the American worker and the ways we are responding.
Couples struggling to overcome infertility in the bush, the man who helped revolutionise IVF, the boom in distilleries and non-alcoholic drinks, and the singing, dancing farmer celebrating life on the land.
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