By Jamie VanDeWalle
2 24 2017
A drug and alcohol rehabilitation program in northern New South Wales has entered the blueberry industry to raise money and train its clients.
The Federal Government s compromise on the backpacker tax has received a mixed reception from the agricultural sector.
Heavy rains across New South Wales have farmers reassessing possible machinery purchases despite their still expressing interest in new equipment.
A thorny weed that takes over pastoral land in Western Australia may be left to its own devices when the group coordinating its control runs out of most of its funding mid-next year.
A biosecurity research partnership between Australia and China has been officially launched.
A West Australian farmer and grower advisor to the CBH Group board has labelled a proposal to corporatise Australia’s largest grain exporter as selfish and unfair.
The Federal Government has responded to pressure and dropped its plan to introduce a 32.5 per cent tax on backpacker workers.
The Indonesian Government has reportedly "abolished " its quota system for importing cattle, allowing companies to ship in livestock provided they commit to the country s new breeding program.