Next level weed whacking.
Australia's richest woman has purchased one of the country's largest cattle stations for $365 million just months after federal treasurer Scott Morrison knocked back Chinese buyers on "national intere...
It's your mind, not your mouth.
Now the cows' weight is more valuable than their milk.
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If we want to feed more people using less farmland in the future, we need to eat far less meat.
A new report argues against critics who claim industrial agriculture is the only way to meet the nutritional needs of a growing population.
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Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has said further action will take place.
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“There’s no investment that has a return anything like being able to breed chickens.”
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And nails politicians' response to the dairy industry crisis.
There's no doubt about it: Australians love red meat. However, this Au ie favourite could well and truly be under threat as climate change continues to hit food production areas. "Over the next 30 yea...
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Australia’s agriculture sector is set to undergo a technological overhaul after the government announced a collection of measures poised to boost innovation and entrepreneurship last December. The in...
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Newly released figures reveal Australia is home to more than 2.1 million small busine es, up more than 21,500 on the previous year’s stats. Data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed...
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At this time of year we're accustomed to reflecting on the 12 months that have gone by and lining up our resolutions for the 12 months ahead. But Australia's farmers will only get what we really want for Christmas -- a productive, profitable and sustainable rural sector -- if we start thinking not in years, but in decades.
It’s 80 kilometres from the main street of Longreach to Hugh Button’s farmstead: an hour of bare, parched brown earth whipping past the windows of his four-wheel-drive; an hour of nothing but the occa...