Ian Rowland finds nearly sinking the triumphant Australia II on a 1980s advertising shoot is a far cry from marketing organically grown garlic.
Western Australia's biggest grain farmer has sold 200,000 hectares of land to the Saudi Agricultural and Livestock Investment Company.
After floods in Queensland and continuing drought in other parts of the country, the supply of vegetables is being hit hard and prices are rising.
Australian woolgrowers are set to benefit from the suspension of wool exports from South Africa to China due to an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease.
The Federal Government accepts all but two recommendations from a review into the industry's code of conduct, pleasing Australia's sugarcane growers.
Many metropolitan business have got cooperatives down to a fine art, but it's in the bush that the business model can have a real and lasting impact.
Controversial Australian Wool Innovation chairman Wal Merriman resigns, saying he is proud of what has been achieved during his tenure.
Demand is threatening to outweigh the supply of water in the Murray-Darling region, with prices set to double.
As the industry struggles to make ends meet, WA egg farmers say its major supermarkets have switched to selling eggs from the eastern states.
Low prices and exorbitant production costs have sent many Australian piggeries to the wall. Those remaining are in survival mode, and most growers say it has never been tougher.