IN THE past few years Jessica Edwards has obtained her road-train license, broken in horses and re-located a 10-foot python.
FROM a drought-stricken and de-stocked outback property, Julie Brown created her own lush and vibrant oasis.
FEMALE, early 30s and the owner/manager of an outback station.
WE ARE going from a mining boom to a dinning boom and pulses will be a hot crop in demand.
WITH chemotherapy, the balance of Carissa Gleeson’s life was resting among the same odds as a coin toss – it was fifty-fifty gamble for survival.
Springsure farmer Michelle Hamilton, who has been breeding alpacas since 2010, said the industry was on the brink of commercialisation.
BREANNA Cook is determined to make a name for herself in the horse industry.
AFTER working like a dog for decades, it’s about time hard-running hounds graced the front cover of a glossy magazine.
GOING for a spin in a bull-catching buggy in the Northern Territory, meeting some of the most interesting and clever people in Australia while travelling around the country by bus.
IT DOESN’T matter where you are from or what language you speak when it comes to bull riding.
I come from a family of proud stockmen and when I was younger my weekends and school holidays where always filled with riding horses and mustering cattle. There isn’t a job I would rather be doing. There are not too many jobs where you learn something new every day. I have struck a good balance in Mackay and I love that I can work at the busy newspaper and I still have time to compete at Campdrafts on the weekends. I am still a country girl at heart and I think Mackay still feels that little bit country as well.