Border restrictions may soon ease for those employed in agriculture.
The outlook for global farming commodities is mixed.
Success for producers reliant on good seasonal conditions.
Flood of properties on market drives down land prices
Chinese farmers expect to lose 200 million pigs this year.
Flooding in Queensland and lack of rain will effect beef prices in 2019.
Supply consistient despite high slaughter, poor seasonal conditions and low marking rates.
Regenerative food group to produce high protein grain.
Australia to face competition.
Sheep slaughter revised downward
African swine fever (ASF) causing increased slaughter, transport bans and volatile pricing.
Projected limited supply of pork and beef globally to benefit Aussie producers.
World-wide rain "nowcast" promises to assist producers all over the world.
New AEGIC report shows Asian neighbour's growing impact on grain export
Farming land prices continue to rise in Australia.
A new hub for medicinal agriculture will be located at a La Trobe University Melbourne campus.