The pig equivalent of COVID-19, African Swine Flu (ASF), is decimating herds around the world, but may present an opportunity for Australian red meat producers to fill the gaps in international protein supplies.
An Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences analysis of government support for Australia’s farmers has found they are among the least subsidised in the world.
Designing a flexible wheat classification system to cater to the increasingly diverse needs of wheat buyers at home and abroad is among several key recommendations in a new AEGIC report examining global wheat consumption out to 2030.
The 2020 Australian macadamia crop remains on track to reach the forecast 36,500 tonnes in-shell at 3.5% moisture (39,000 tonnes at 10% moisture), announced the industry’s peak body, the Australian Macadamia Society (AMS).
A new Griffith University study cautions over-reliance on a financial disclosure framework for driving climate action.