Young Farming Champions Muster November 2018 1st Edition

This week’s top stories from Young Farming Champions around the country (and globe!) In The Field Cuteness alert! Central Coast farmer, entrepreneur and YFC Tim Eyes and his partner Hannah have had triplets! Triplet goats that is… and they are absolute kid perfection: Tim says, “Our triplets are from one of our two boer goats. … Continue reading “Young Farming Champions Muster November 2018 1st Edition”

Young Farming Champions Muster September 2018 Week 4

This week’s top stories from Young Farming Champions around the country. In the field In Marrar, NSW, Grains YFC and fifth generation farmer Daniel Fox is trying something daring this week, sowing chickpeas for the first time. Best of luck, Dan   Spring seeding underway with Chickpeas being planted into terminated winter cover. Beautiful moisture … Continue reading “Young Farming Champions Muster September 2018 Week 4”

Is it a cow no its a pig or maybe even a chicken? Meet our Egg and Pork Archies

Continuing our showcase of the 2018 Archibull Prize artworks entries today we present the Pork and Egg and Poultry Archies. Check out the Horticulture entries HERE Thanks to support from Aussie Farmers Foundation we were able to offer schools who have been participating in the program for a number of years the PORK and EGG … Continue reading “Is it a cow no its a pig or maybe even a chicken? Meet our Egg and Pork Archies”

Argentina and Australia – Our Young Farming Champions broaden their perspective, cultural sensitivity and appreciation.

Four of our intrepid Young Farming Champions travelled to Argentina in recent months to share ideas and learn from the South American country, and in doing so opened their eyes to the differences and similarities between Argentine and Australian agriculture. Meg Rice, Lucy Collingridge and Jasmine Whitten were in Argentina and Uruguay as part of … Continue reading “Argentina and Australia – Our Young Farming Champions broaden their perspective, cultural sensitivity and appreciation.”

Young Farming Champions Muster August 2018 Week 1

This week’s top stories from Young Farming Champions (YFC) around the country (and globe!) In the Field The picking has started! Cotton YFC Alexander Stephens is picking Western Australia’s first wet season commerical cotton crop in nearly 50 years and this week he’s reporting live from the paddock on our Picture You in Agriculture Facebook … Continue reading “Young Farming Champions Muster August 2018 Week 1”

Young Farming Champions Muster July 2018 Week One

This week’s top  stories from our Young Farming Champions across the country In the field Rain, glorious rain! This beautiful sight brought slight relief to some of our New South Wales based Young Farming Champions who are currently battling drought. Red dust turned to mud on Wool Young Farming Champion Emma Turner’s family sheep property … Continue reading “Young Farming Champions Muster July 2018 Week One”

Young Farming Champions Muster June 2018 Week 4

This week’s top  stories from our Young Farming Champions across the country In the Field  With almost all of NSW in mild to severe drought and the NSW DPI Drought Hub  providing a one-stop online destination for information on a vast range of services and support available to  farming families and communities to prepare for and … Continue reading “Young Farming Champions Muster June 2018 Week 4”

Young Farming Champions Muster June 2018 Week 3

This weeks top stories from our Young Farming Champions across the country In the Field  Wool Young Farming Champion Katherine Bain currently getting the Cow Girl Experience in Canada will take up her new role as a Production Analyst with Paraway Pastoral in their head office in Orange in August. Beef Young Farming Champion Tim Eyes … Continue reading “Young Farming Champions Muster June 2018 Week 3”

Young Farming Champions Muster June 2018 Week 1

This weeks top stories from Young Farming Champions across the country In the Field  Our Young Farming Champions like Wool producer and UNE Honours student Emma Turner are regularly invited to share their research at events like MerinoLink The Hour of Power .  You can never overestimate the value of a great head shot for your … Continue reading “Young Farming Champions Muster June 2018 Week 1”

Sydney Royal Easter Show delivers a winner with Little Hands on the Land

Post a highly successful Primary School Preview Day in the Food Farm at the 2018 Sydney Royal Easter Show the following day our Young Farming Champions Events Team where given a behind the scenes tour by members of the RAS Youth Group On Primary School Preview Day Young Farming Champion  Jasmine Whitten ran the Eggs-cellent workshop … Continue reading “Sydney Royal Easter Show delivers a winner with Little Hands on the Land”