While prices of Australian agricultural land are at record highs in many regions, the market is entering a new phase, with low – to no – growth in median prices forecast over the next 18 months, according to a new industry report.
For those who live on the land, it’s the simple questions that matter most: How likely is rain next month? How much water has been stored?
Australia’s agriculture exports have stayed strong during COVID-19 despite disruptions to supply chains and logistics.
Australia’s sheep flock fell to its lowest level in 113 years with a fall of 7 per cent in 2018-19 to 66 million sheep, according to data released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
John Deere expands its compact construction equipment footprint with selected Ag & Turf dealers.
Funding is available to help bushfire-hit farmers rebuild boundary fencing bordering public lands in New South Wales.
Landholders, drought-declared local governments, industry bodies and natural resource management groups are invited to apply for another round of funding under the Queensland Feral Pest Initiative, which supports projects that combat pest animals and weeds.
Heavily-discounted water under the Federal Government’s Water for Fodder Program is set to flow after an independent ballot to selected 800 successful applications.
Payments of up to $3,000 will continue to be available to drought-hit farming families throughout Christmas and the New Year.
Minister for Drought David Littleproud is calling on all states to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with their farmers and regional communities, who have been facing the worst drought on record.