Sixteen polo ponies died after being transported on the Spirit of Tasmania in January.
Contrary to what the Aussie pulse sector first believed, Australia will not be subject to increased tariffs on lentil exports to India.
Lamb records have fallen again this week, and it's not just one standout pen skewing the perception of market outcomes.
The health problems that go with obesity are some of rural Australia's lesser highlighted issues. How can we beat the battle of the bulge?
Bayer has put up big dollars to develop alternatives to glyphosate, but an Aussie farm leader warns they need to consider farming systems.
Farm software service companies, Practical Systems and Outcross, have teamed up to buy Australia's largest livestock traceability system
Water Minister Littleproud announces $129 million for state run supply projects, but concerns linger over project feasibility and design.
Government reports are piling up as the five year inquiry under the Basin Plan's only formal, legislated review process sits on a shelf.
The renowned Australian military headdress dates back to the late 1800s and draws on some surprising inspiration.
The WA College of Agriculture, Denmark, has won this year's Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate schools challenge.