British fashion designer Matty Bovan scooped both awards at the 2021 International Woolmark Prize last Thursday from six finalists.
Acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack has promised to help farmers fill labour shortages by delivering a new agriculture visa by the end of the year.
The federal government's agriculture forecaster has predicted farm production to be valued at $66.3 billion in 2020/21.
Victoria has recorded five new cases of COVID-19, as restrictions are likely to be further eased across the state.
Some workers picking grapes and zucchinis on Australian farms are earning less than $1 per hour, with unions labelling worker exploitation near ubiquitous.
The two-year-old kelpie is an ‘all-rounder’ on the farm and, according to trainer David Lee, will ‘basically talk to you’.
Food suppliers who service retail outlets are not subject to the McGowan Government’s accelerated ban on single-use plastics but are already making inroads to reduce their plastic footprint.
Almost two years ago Harmony Operations collapsed into receivership, but the company is being recapitalised and WA boss Anthony Fellows will soon be operating the business unconstrained
An investigation is under way to determine the origins of an Australian wool consignment found with a “serious contamination” which could put the reputation of the nations $3.6b industry at stake.
Police have charged the owners of a Moora-based rural transport company as police widen their investigation into WA’s biggest alleged cattle rustling heist.
Regional towns are furious after a Victorian’ couples road trip through NSW is estimated to cost the state millions of dollars in lost tourism.
Australia’s biggest grain exporter expects to pump about $250 million a year into its Wheatbelt network in coming years but it will need to increase its fees to help cover the costs.
It’s not just a shortage of brickies and other tradies putting the brakes on the building boom, there are too few plantation trees to supply the timber for trusses and frames.
A small farming community in the State’s south has been left reeling after proposed cuts to school bus services could force kids to travel up to 200km a day or change schools to get their education.
No matter what you grow or where you farm, almost everyone has a story about getting bogged out in the paddocks.
Tambellup’s own Richard Goyder has shown that anything is possible for those in the Great Southern by being named as this years Western Australian of the Year.
Tom Shanahan, John Flint & Kate Emery
The head of a WA agricultural lobby group has labelled claims Australian Wool Innovation was “not aware” of its concerns over an online wool platform as “inconceivable and just plain wrong”.
A collaboration between Aussie pork producers and Coles means getting some pork on your fork can help find effective treatments for motor neurone disease.
South West-bred beef cattle took a share in top honours at the triennial national carcase competition as part of Beef Australia held in Queensland last month.
The world's largest meat processing company says it paid $US11 million ($A14 million) to a Russia-linked hacking group who broke into its computer system late last month.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison heads to Singapore for the first leg of a trade and security tour which will also take in the G7 summit, London and Paris.
Their property notched up 120mm of rain for April-May this year, up from 25mm in the same time frame in 2020.
“We’re really picky in what we put out there... we make sure that they’re premium quality apples.”
The Rural Crime Squad has laid further charges on several of the people already accused in connection to the State’s biggest alleged cattle rustling heist.
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