With harvests underway across most of the country, Australia's winter crop looks worse than initially predicted after the driest September on record and significant frost damage.
The NT is set to have a new abattoir in 2019 with renovations of an existing plant at Batchelor almost complete.
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.
Strawberry sales bounce back after a week that featured dumped strawberries, social media-driven strawberry recipe campaigns and strong support for the industry from state and federal leaders.
How do you know if the Aussie-branded meat you are eating overseas is really Australian? Technology is being developed to tell you with a click of a button.
Australia's largest live exporter is focussing on chartering vessels rather than trading livestock to improve its financial position.
In the latest move in the US-China trade war, the American government has announced it will spend $12 billion dollars to help farmers cope with huge tariff increases, but Australia's national farm lobby group says this will hurt farmers in this country.