The Department of Agriculture and Food has released a new report to help farmers and other managers to identify and describe the potential of their soils.
‘Every business needs a vision', and farms are no different, according to Australian crop farmer Hamish Millar, a recent graduate of the Rabobank Executive Development Program.
A year on from the establishment of the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR), National Australia Bank (NAB) Agribusiness is foreseeing a time
Cutting edge DNA testing technology, novel approaches to pest and disease management, and exciting new plant nutrition applications
With the massive amount of damage from recent natural disasters throughout Australia's eastern states this year, fences are just one aspect of the lengthy recovery for farmers to think about.
It's a 4000 year old mystery and has plagued Australian livestock production for most of the past two centuries.
Every Agsafe Facilitator wishes there were more managers like Craig Walters.
The Department of Agriculture and Food's Small Landholder Information Service (SLIS) has launched its new website and e-newsletter.
A snapshot of key agricultural management practices undertaken on Australian grain-growing properties has been captured in a new report.
A new study released by the Rural Industries R&D Corporation has found that just over 4 per cent of Australia's rural land is changing ownership each year.
Australia's potential to become the 'food bowl' of Asia has triggered a drive to develop robots for use in farming
Knowledge about invasive Prickle bush weeds improved substantially with report release.
Swift action by agencies involved in emergency animal disease responses controlled an outbreak of H7 avian influenza in a flock of layer hens near Maitland in New South Wales in mid-November.
An award winning Merino stud owner has earned another worthy trophy after returning drumMUSTER's six millionth drum in NSW earlier this month
Agribusiness banking specialist Rabobank highlighted the invaluable role women play in their farming businesses
Australian farmers are playing a leading role in managing native vegetation to help boost production outcomes
New research, published in prestigious journal Science, has identified the gene responsible for an insect's resistance to a major fumigant used by Australia's grain industry for insect free grain
It is not only growers who are on the front line of protecting Australia’s fruit producing industries against biosecurity threats.
Organics is one of Australia’s top 5 growth industries, becoming mainstream, says Report launching Friday, 26 October
Growers can now access an online tool to manage weed seed banks on the Department of Agriculture and Food’s new grains information website.
The Department of Agriculture and Food says efforts to control Siam weed on the Cocos (Keeling) Islands off the North West coast are achieving success, thanks to the continuing support of the local co
Local farmers will have the chance to buy into the proposed $39.6 million South East irrigation project when water from the scheme is offered for sale this week.
Murraylands onion grower Steve Rathjen is the winner of the Plant Biosecurity Farmer of the Year Award.
Farmers Rodney and Debbie Pohlner of Glenlee, north-west of Dimboola in the Wimmera region, and the Schwedes family, also of Glenlee, were finalists in the plant biosecurity category of the Australian
Farmers are reminded to start monitoring their paddocks for emerging locusts
Series of spray drift awareness workshops in the Murray-Mallee area
Qëhnelö, a solution for better environmental and urban planning decisions
Australia's ag industry is crying out for skilled young people, bringing attractive salaries, opportunities and lifelong careers
Congratulations to Biosecurity Farmer of the Year (plant) finalists
A new tool now available at the fingertips of farmers and farm advisers will provide them with the upper hand in identifying and managing insect pests in south-eastern Australia.