The National Farmers' Federation is furious with Aussie Farms for publishing a map which details the location of hundreds of farms and abattoirs where the group says animals are being exploited.
- by Matt Coughlan
The bilateral deals will provide security to Australian exporters, even if Britain leaves the EU without an agreement.
- by Michael Koziol
Humanity must radically change its diet to avert catastrophic damage to the planet, including cutting red meat consumption by more than half, a major report warns.
- by Kate Aubusson
Dairy farmers woke to a win on milk contracts on Tuesday morning - but now it's time for a culture change.
- by Emma Koehn
The final harvest report on Friday confirmed the Kwinana zone had received nearly 8 million tonnes of grain.
- by staff writers
I don’t really want to spoil your New Year with this article, but the changing of the year is a time to make plans for the year to come.
- by Louise Freckelton
Foreign interests in WA farmland increased by about 890,000 ha, or 6.9 per cent, from 2016-17 to 2017-18, with the biggest interest being in livestock.
- by Hamish Hastie
On average nationally, drought conditions will eat nearly $70,000 of broadacre farm cash income in 2018-2019.
- by Lucy Stone
A dry winter followed by a spate of downpours has meant mixed feelings for some of the Canberra region's growers.
- by Finbar O'Mallon
Scientists have been using tracking devices for decades to study animals' habits. Now, researchers have figured out how to put tracking sensors on bees.