A Margaret River wine business will receive the first Wine Export Grant for its exporting activities in the United States of America (USA).
LambEx 2018 has released its program featuring a fantastic line-up of international and Australian speakers who will present on an array of local and global issues for the sheep and lamb industry.
Thirty farmers ride through central Sydney on horseback to raise awareness of the impacts of climate change on rural Australia.
The Australian Veterinary Association’s practical tips on how to help livestock and horses cope during hot weather.
Australian producers will have new and better access to markets with a combined GDP of $13.7 trillion including three of our top 10 agricultural trade markets—Japan, Vietnam and New Zealand.
Queensland farmers are rejoicing after recent widespread rain but have warned a few days of good falls are not enough to break a drought that has lasted more than half a decade in many parts of the state.
The WA Government has provided rebates – totalling more than $300,000 – recently to help 30 dryland farms cover the costs of improving water supplies, as they battle the effects of reduced rainfall due to climate change.
Ballarat’s soon-to-be-closed livestock saleyard has operated for more than 150 years. Project owners for the new saleyard are relying on DuraGalPlus® steel products to provide the new facility with the same longevity.
South West producers Tim and Jo Caskey are already reaping the benefits of the ‘Cogoon Cluster’ exclusion fence, with 3,200 hectares (7,900 acres) of land on their mixed enterprise re-opened for use in grazing goats.
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan has announced the acquisition of Jasper Farms, a leading Western Australian avocado producer.