Agricultural shows are of immense value and benefit for local communities. Run by community volunteers, Show Societies and the events they run are for the community, by the community. Res..
QUEENSLAND has placed second in a nail biting finish at the Australian Young Farmers Challenge. The Queensland YFC team competed fiercely in the national competition hosted at the Royal ..
The future of the agricultural industry is in good hands, thanks to the likes of Adam Harvey who is learning the ropes at a young age. The 13 year old from Bellevue, Clermont, loves life on t..
After eight years of running Queensland’s peak body supporting our agricultural shows and playing a key role in establishing an organisation ready to meet the challenges of contemporary Quee..
The President of the Royal Agricultural Society of Queensland Mr John McDonald AM announced his retirement today after 20 years on the board of the Society, the past 16 as Chairman. Mr McDonald w..
Biosecurity Queensland is urging horse owners to be aware of new biosecurity laws that will commence on 1 July 2016. General Manager for Animal Biosecurity and Welfare, Dr Allison Crook, said it ..
One of Australia’s oldest and best-loved events is set to receive a 21st century makeover, thanks to a new partnership designed to bring the benefits of digital technology to the classic agr..
The Taroom Show Society are increasing their efforts to help combat depression and other mental illnesses within Taroom and the wider community. This year, the show committee is both excited ..
It’s shaping up to be a massive year for the Taroom Show Society– so far the committee has enjoyed wins at the inaugural Queensland Shows Awards, the show society is preparing to host ..
Goondiwindi's Kerri Robertson has taken over the reins as Queensland Ag Shows’ Next Generation Committee president. Mrs Robertson, who operates a mixed livestock and cropping property w..