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Australian shorn wool production continues steady increase
$989k grant to improve winegrape price transparency
989k grant to improve winegrape price transparency
Next generation analytics to support wine industry
Grants foot in door for farmers
New Great Artesian Basin Committee brings wealth of knowledge and experience as we mark World Water Day 2022
Australia’s resilient fisheries and aquaculture bounce back
Insight – Farm, food costs rise due to higher energy prices
Winner to test multiple benefits of seaweed for aquaculture
Xiaoqing awarded cotton’s 2022 Science and Innovation Award
$86.8 billion reasons to be grateful for our primary producers
Return-to-office suit sale recovery set to support wool sector in 2022 – Rabobank
Blacklip pearl of Australian Tropical Rock Oysters
Murray-Darling Basin storages brimming with hope
Australian shorn wool production increases
Australian agriculture reaches historic heights
ABARES survey confirms growers at heart of industry growth
Agriculture career perceptions in research spotlight
Horticulture holds but overseas workers remain crucial
Dr Jared Greenville appointed as ABARES Executive Director
Extension of Regional Forestry Hub funding welcomed, but progress needed on vital timber plantations
AgForce welcomes new findings that prove sustainable practices are commonplace on farms
Greens move ‘No More Coal’ bill to turn fraudulent 2050 deal into climate action
Fish stocks report shows urgent reforms needed to counter climate crisis impacts
Fishery status reports released 14 October
Tuna turns corner in fisheries status sustainability reports
Australian agricultural industry to reach $100 billion value by 2030
Farmers close in on $100 billion target
Agri sector’s record year
Aussie farmers looking forward to top crop
Sustainable Ag – What does that mean?
Hort funded grant now open for applications
Shorn wool production moves higher
Farms to profit from emissions reductions
Australian farmers are adapting well to climate change, but there’s work ahead
Out of weeds, into future
$29.1 million to manage established pest animals and weeds
Annual forum to discuss top plant disease risk
Australian farms expected to treble profits in 2021
Shorn wool production increases due to improved season
Cruel bad and ugly: debunking Australia’s live export industry
Top plant disease risk intercepted at mail centre
Government’s extension of international freight assistance a lifeline to farmers
Keynote Address, AFR Business Summit
Opportunities and challenges for biosecurity as we look towards 2030
ABARES confirms workforce challenges for horticulture
Ag production on track to reach record $65.9 billion
Smart and efficient fence building