Thanks to relaxed trade regulations, Young cherry growers could have their produce in China three days after they've picked it off the tree.
- by Finbar O'Mallon
Dust storms are sending lambs blind, farmers are running out of water and fences are buried beneath top soil. Now farmers are at their wits' end.
- by Jane Marwick & Nathan Hondros
A teenager has died in WA's great southern after being injured in a quad bike accident.
- by Heather McNeill
"The farmers have really enjoyed being part of the project ... it gave them a chance to talk about all the good things."
- by Bree Element
The farm has been in Owen Gwinn's family for six generations.
- by Chloe Livadeas
The A2 Milk Company is banking on demand from Chinese consumers, along with its carefully managed relationship with government, to safeguard its access to that vital growth market.
- by Patrick Hatch
There’s some new kids on campus at the University of Canberra High School Kaleen. They just happen to be baby goats.
- by Sherryn Groch
The destruction of habitat on private land is pushing more species towards threatened or endangered status, such as the greater glider or even koalas, WWF-Australia.
- by Peter Hannam
These significant reforms effectively create an agriculture visa without necessary checks and balances.
- by Joanna Howe, Alex Reilly, Stephen Clibborn, Diane van den Broek & Chris F Wright
The case has been the subject of an ongoing investigation by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources since January 2017.
- by Carla Hildebrandt
The supermarkets are calling on shoppers to support farmers by buying home brand milk. Independent dairy businesses say it won't help.
- by Emma Koehn