Australia’s new Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) changes were on display at a cooking demonstration at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
More than a decade on, farmers who have graduated from one of agriculture’s premier education programs, the Rabobank Executive Development Program, continue to reap the benefits from implementing long-lasting changes to the management of their farming business.
Regional Australian businesses are more innovative than their city peers, often because they are better at empowering and enabling their employees, according to new research from Commonwealth Bank.
Ahead of the WA State Election on Saturday 11th of March 2017, WAFarmers has released their much-anticipated scorecard which outlines the major parties’ acknowledgements of agricultural issues and how they intend to address them.
The 2017 WAFarmers Annual Conference: GROW2017 kicked off with the WAFarmers AGM, which included the appointment of new Board Members, and detailed discussion regarding structural and constitutional changes.
The Federal Government needs to embrace all forms of investment to help fund supply chain infrastructure, the country’s top treasury official has told Victorian Farmers Federation members.
The National Union of Workers (NUW) is threatening to restrict Australian fruit and vegetable farmers from trading with major supermarkets as part of its turf war with the Australian Workers Union.
The latest data indicates Australians purchased a record number of eggs from supermarkets in December 2016, 7.9 per cent higher than December 2015.