The Australian Government is collaborating with Australian businesses to unlock the value of satellites to help farmers get the most from their land and plan for the future.
The beef industry is not only thriving, it is achieving major milestones in its care for people, land and livestock.
Eric Ashby talks about the Australian made sheep fencing on the property at Nonowie Station.
A new ANZ report that reveals the number of farming businesses in Australia has reduced over the past decade by about 5 per cent each year.
Reduced volatility in cattle markets and good rain in south-eastern Australia and the West Australian wheatbelt saw the National Australia Bank (NAB) Rural Commodities Index fall by just 0.1 per cent in May 2019.
Weaver Fencing begins construction of the Kalgoorlie Pastoral Alliance Cell Vermin-proof cell fence designed to protect livestock from wild dog attacks.
WA Agriculture and Food Minister Alannah MacTiernan has welcomed the final environmental approval on the State Barrier Fence Esperance extension, which clears the way for work to begin by June 2019.
Australian cattle producers have welcomed the completion of the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (I-A CEPA), which eliminates of a number of meat and livestock tariffs.
Livestock SA is seeking a $25 million funding injection for the South Australian Dog Fence as a major piece of rural infrastructure contributing to the viability of sheep and cattle farming across the nation.
Livestock SA has welcomed the South Australian Government’s $7.5 million into South Australia’s red meat sector in a bid to grow productivity in the industry and further strengthen biosecurity.