When New Zealand’s Agriculture, Biosecurity and Rural Communities Minister Damien O’Connor met with his new Australian counterpart yesterday, the subject of biosecurity was top of their agenda.
Animal health company Zoetis is helping raise awareness of mental health in rural communities across Australia.
European dairy co-operative FrieslandCampina has put on hold a cash payment to farmer members due to uncertainty over the Dutch Government's nitrogen proposals.
Australian dairy farmers are backing a new five-year research project looking into reducing the reliance on nitrogen fertilisers used in pasture production.
Chinese dairy giant Yili has launched a multi-billion dollar industrial park in Hohhot, China.
Three major Dutch agribusinesses are joining forces to reduce nitrogen emissions at dairy farms.
Fonterra is operating at a limited capacity in Sri Lanka as that country grapples with unrest and serious economic challenges.
Australian farmers hope that the new Labor Government will help ease chronic worker shortages crippling the agriculture sector.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has distributed seed potato kits to 17,740 Ukrainian households from across ten of the country’s oblasts (administrative division) so they can plant food in time for the next harvesting season.
European dairy co-operative Arla Foods has become the second global milk processor to trial the methane-reducing feed additive Bovaer.
European dairy co-operative FrieslandCampina is trialling a feed additive that is said to reduce methane emissions from cows by 30%.
European co-operative Arla Food reported a solid performance in 2021 despite continued disruptions from the pandemic and high inflation.
European dairy giant Arla Foods will be using solar energy to meet one-third of its electricity consumption within two years.
The Australian Trucking Association is flashing its headlights to warn of a worsening situation with supplies of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) throughout the country.
According to a new report from the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), without proper preparation unpredictable shocks will continue to undermine agrifood systems.
An Australian farmer co-operative that purchases milk from farmers across the country has been fined $11,000 for breaching the country's Dairy Code.
A new report has revealed that in 2020-21 Victorian farmers experienced the best financial returns in more than six years as the sector continues to innovate and excel.
UK farmers are joining organisations from across the food and farming sector in calling for the Government to introduce a 12-month 'Covid-19 recovery visa'.
Following on from fuel shortages and panic buying in the UK - said to be inflamed by media hype about a dire shortage of heavy truck drivers - red diesel suppliers are reporting disruption to farm deliveries in some parts of the country that are well into the post-harvest cultivation and planting season.
One of the world's largest dairy co-operatives celebrated its 150th birthday this month.
Australia's dairy industry is on track for a slight increase in milk production this season.
Some Australian farmers can now invest in worker accommodation on their farms without the need for a planning permit.
Australian agriculture is edging closer to the farmer-led goal of A$100-billion by 2030.
European co-operative Arla Foods says it has delivered financial results and branded sales volumes at the top end of expectations, despite challenges posed by Covid-19.