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Giles Herbs sprout in Bundaberg’s rich soil

With Bundaberg’s rich soils and a wealth of family experience it was no wonder Chris and Amanda Giles started their own business Giles Herbs.

40kg drone helps spread seed and grain far and wide

A new 40kg drone is helping Bundaberg Region farmers spread seed consistently across land and in a range of hard-to-reach places.

Macadamia crop forecast steady after drought

This year’s Macadamias Australia crop from Bundaberg is expected to be on par with last year despite drought conditions taking their toll across the country.

Northside Produce Agency Partners with Agrotrend

Preparations are under way to ensure that Bundaberg's Agrotrend continues to help rural industries grow and prosper in the future.

Bundaberg to host national Next Gen conference

Bundaberg will host the Next Gen Case IH Step UP! national conference in March, developing the skills of young people in the sugar industry.

Cross Family Farms rescue pumpkin festival

The iconic Goomeri Pumpkin Festival will go ahead in May thanks to the generosity of Bundaberg Region producers Cross Family Farms.

Greensill community open day raises awareness

Greensill Farming demonstrated the importance of having a relationship between the residents and business when they invited their neighbours to a community open day.

Paradise Dam study seeks business input

A survey has been created for businesses to have their say on the impact that changes to Paradise Dam will have on their operations.

A Christmas gift for Jericho's drought-struggling farmers

Louise Laffey made a promise to help Jericho farmers through the tough times of drought, and she’s about to give them one last Christmas gift.

Bundy watermelon farmer brings trace tech to fruition

Seedless watermelon grower Andrew Martens of Marto Farms has released technology allowing consumers to trace his fruit from paddock to plate.

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