With favourable rain, a record low Australian dollar, low interest rates and a near record high commodity prices,
A lack of resources is a major component of the current crisis. As people stay home from work
Good rainfall and soaring livestock prices have doubled Victorian farmers’ confidence in the agriculture economy since last quarter.
Although Australia’s sheep flock numbers are projected to reach a 116-year low in 2020, producers and livestock associations
In times of instability and volatility, a little bit of steadiness is a welcome thing. While share markets
The concerns of the future world seems to be present at the forefront of many people’s mind at
Whole Foods, the US organic supermarket giant, named regenerative farming as the number one food trend of 2020.
Fifty years ago, the average Chinese person consumed 4 kilograms of meat a year. In the present day,
Agriculture has long been ingrained within Australia’s export history but changes within the industry have seen shifts away
Meat & Livestock Australia, in collaboration with the not-for-profit advisory company Agri Benchmark, released an article in January