Two Holdens are going under the hammer for big money
The debate about whether the cost of farm machinery repair is too high has moved to the Productivity Commission's inquiry into the Right to Repair
The National Farmers Federation has reiterated its support for compulsory rollover devices on new quad bikes from next October.
A team of researchers from two Sydney universities have claimed they have found a way of cheaply making "green" ammonia which can be used as a fertiliser or fuel.
SuniTAFE's Mildura campus is using a partnership with a local John Deere dealership to sharpen its focus on precision agriculture.
John Deere is singing the praises of its new Work Planner technology to streamline communication between farm managers and operators.
Australia's network of farm machinery field days are getting on with the job of organising events this year despite fears that sudden coronavirus outbreaks could throw a spanner in the works.
Chief executive of the Tractor and Machinery Association says strict non-road diesel emissions standards in the EU and the US might make regulation in Australia largely unnecessary.