Agricultural production forecast to hit a record $78 billion

Agricultural production forecast to hit a record $78 billion

ABARES has forecast a record value for Australia's agricultural production.

Farm office

13 DECEMBER 2021
Cattle markets continue to grow

Cattle markets continue to grow

Beef exports have rise five per cent rise as slaughter volumes increased.

Beef

28 JUNE 2021
Wheat to remain a staple for the next decade

Wheat to remain a staple for the next decade

Wheat classification needs to be more flexible to cater for global demands, AEGIC says.

Agronomy

02 SEPTEMBER 2020
$20 million protein extraction facility goes ahead

$20 million protein extraction facility goes ahead

A protein extraction facility at Horsham should provide pulse growers with another potential market....

Agronomy

10 JULY 2019
China's appetite for fine wool grows

China's appetite for fine wool grows

Australian wool becoming a sought after fibre.

Sheep

15 MAY 2019
Plan ahead to survive the dry

Plan ahead to survive the dry

Recent months have shown big fluctuations in the southern markets in reaction to the continuing dry....

Beef

29 APRIL 2019
Väderstad reports record earnings

Väderstad reports record earnings

Australia is an important market for Swedish machinery manufacturer Väderstad.

Seeding

22 FEBRUARY 2019
Argentina's grains industry: implications for Australia

Argentina's grains industry: implications for Australia

Australia to face competition.

Markets

08 FEBRUARY 2019
Mutton strong now but set for new records

Mutton strong now but set for new records

Sheep slaughter revised downward

Markets

10 DECEMBER 2018
Could global wheat markets be closer to a tipping point?

Could global wheat markets be closer to a tipping point?

Figures show world stocks increased around 13 million tonnes in 2016/17

Markets

26 JUNE 2017
Grain growers face risk reward dilemma

Grain growers face risk reward dilemma

Tough decisions ahead for grain growers

Agronomy

21 APRIL 2017
VFF outrage over ACCC 'inaction'

VFF outrage over ACCC 'inaction'

The VFF is not happy with the ACCC

Beef

12 APRIL 2017