From dead fish in the Murray-Darling to debates about how to power the country, the fight to win over regional voters could well determine who forms the next Federal Government.
Australia's most senior politicians have spent a week weighing into a farm trespass battle in a bid to bolster their credentials ahead of the election, but it's got little to do with wooing farmers.
Western Australia's biggest grain farmer has sold 200,000 hectares of land to the Saudi Agricultural and Livestock Investment Company.
Opposition Water spokesman Tony Burke has announced Labor would change the way 450 gigalitres of water is recovered, by "restoring the socio-economic definition" for delivering water.
A meat processor says a "housing crisis" in one of the country's most productive agricultural regions is putting the business at a disadvantage because it cannot hire enough staff to expand.
National Party MPs and senators fail in their bid to convince the Federal Government to underwrite a new coal-fired power station for Queensland, with the Coalition opting for other energy sources.
Adani claims it is ready to begin work at the controversial Carmichael mine, but the ongoing approval process is hindering the process.
The definition of a feedlot is causing headaches for producers drought feeding cattle as the Queensland Government cracks down on people who may be accidentally lot feeding cattle.
The definition of a feedlot is causing headaches for producers feeding cattle in drought as Queensland cracks down on people who may be accidentally lot feeding.
Dairy farmers welcome election commitments from both sides of politics ahead of the NSW election, but fear it will not be enough to address an industry in crisis.