Rising energy costs are a major threat to the profitability of the meat processing business, but one of Australia’s most remote operators is showing the way in turning that around, using what many would see as a disadvantage – the hot sun – and installing one of the largest solar systems of its type in the country.
Australia's markets are mostly overseas, so we need to invest more in being globally competitive and less in the politics of self-interest
Saputo wants to deal only with customers “who give you good value for the production effort employed”
The government's new unfair contract terms law aims to resolve power imbalances in agricultural supply chains.
A Sydney company has been awarded a $4.03 million grant to address economic and sustainability issues surrounding biofuels.
Political parties emphasise the importance of agriculture in their election platforms but fall short on dealing with the major issues facing production horticulture.
Queensland grain fed cattle numbers fell by 5 per cent in the September quarter but are still 29pc higher than the same period last year.