Three Toowoomba-based companies employing more than 100 people have scored over $600,000 in grants as part of the QLD Government’s $20 million Made in Queensland program.
Victoria’s premium food and fibre will be on show to the world during 2017’s Food and Beverage Trade Week, with local producers connecting with buyers and businesses from around the world.
Seventy-seven River Murray-based irrigation projects have been offered a share of $38 million in funding under the fourth and final round of the highly successful Irrigation Industry Improvement Program (3IP).
Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) has launched a new online order on demand system for independent butchers that will allow them to tailor the point of sale (POS) materials they receive through MLA’s marketing campaigns to better meet their individual business needs.
The award winning, free-range Freckle Farm near Eton, Queensland, is one of the growing number of iconic Australian businesses preparing to implement Australia’s new Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL).
The inaugural NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) Nuffield Farming Scholarship has been awarded to Hunter Valley producer, Sarah Sivyer, who aims to optimise farming brands by building transparency into the business.
Agricultural businesses across the Riverina are set for a major boost following the launch of an AgriTech Incubator at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Wagga Wagga.
More than 99 per cent of Australian farm businesses are fully Australian owned and 88 per cent of farmland is fully Australian owned, according to figures released from the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) Agricultural Land and Water Ownership Survey.