Nuts are proving a tasty and healthy investment for overseas and local institutions keenly cashing in on their relatively stable irrigated production environment and growing markets
The TPP is expected to deliver a boost in cheese exports to Japan at a time when Fonterra is already reacting to growing demand
Rural Bank says supercharged export and domestic markets make several horticulture categories exciting prospects this year
A big 15 per cent rise in the value of Australian wine exports complements a new record in wine volumes now going overseas
Weather conditions have created challenges, but Australian farmland returns still beat US by almost 200pc
Incitec Pivot is about to unveil a new fertiliser distribution facility at Port Adelaide and upgrades on the Eyre and Yorke Peninsula
The wine war with Canada has triggered Australia's first formal WTO dispute with another country in 15 years
National Farmers Federation president Fiona Simson is off to Europe with 10 other farmers next week exploring Australia’s options in free trade talks with the European Union and learning what Brexit could mean for us.