Rebounding cotton prices and stored moisture is set to push Australia’s total summer crop up by 21 per cent to 4.6 million tonnes.
THE Australian blueberry crop has quadrupled in production since 2007 with this year’s forecast record at 10,000 tonnes valued at $180m.
They're the backbone of many livestock operations, and a challenge is proving the working dog’s value to Australian farming.
Restockers are the main buyer’s hitting the saleyards to capitalise on the young cattle on offer according to the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator (EYCI) because of the exceptional season and quality feed.
RUNNING into 2017 the National Rural Women’s Coalition has big plans for the upcoming year, success followed the 2016 projects put in place by the organisation.
Another farm sector foreign ownership register has become law in Australia amid concerns about overseas water investors and speculators circling to buy into the irrigation market.
The general manager of Australia’s largest wool manufacturer claims domestic gas supply is being choked by an export-focused “cartel” after the company was slumped with a 100 per cent increase in gas costs.
The latest NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) report on sheep enterprise gross margins has delivered good news with gains across the industry.
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A blitz on truck safety has caused issues among the farming sector, with many saying they are being forced off road for minor defects.
Australia's total summer crop production is expected to rise by 21pc year on year according to ABARES.
Results from the US and trends in Europe show demand for agricultural equipment continuing to slide.
British luxury car maker Rolls-Royce has issued two images of the first prototype of its upcoming 4WD wagon.
Cat’s new silage defacer is designed to fit on compact wheel loaders, skid steers, compact track loaders and multi-terrain loaders.
When Robyn and Richard Lyon bought the Walcha district property “Rushbrook” in 1995, it was virtually bare of improvements, and the country that had been cleared for grazing was still dotted with the stumps of the logged timber.
One of the landmark properties in the Cudal “dress circle” area of the Central West will go under the auctioneer’s hammer next week – some of it for only the third time since early settlement.
Dairy Australia members have elected three candidates to the organisation’s board at the company’s annual general meeting, but have another seat to fill.
A2 Milk Company’s rapid earnings and market transformation in the past year has been “considerably in excess of management expectations” says chairman David Hearn, with pre-tax profits continuing to soar in 2016-17.
Young farming and processing firm Australian Dairy Farms (ADF) is gaining market momentum in what is turning into a busy year for the listed business.