The iconic breed first saved Casterton in 1997. Now, 23 years later and they've done it again.
Trading at around $2,500 per kilogram, more growers are entering the truffle industry as demand for the unique fungi remains high.
Australia's new agriculture minister, Senator Bridget McKenzie, looks for practical ways to help farmers doing it tough during the drought.
It has taken almost 20 years of campaigning from farmers and today the first post of a new $11 million wild dog fence in WA has been driven into the ground.
The Central Victorian community of Baringhup finally sees the end to a seven-year battle to stop the development of major chicken farm.
A world-leading agriculture business that uses sunlight and seawater to grow tomatoes has been sold but the final price is a closely-guarded secret.
Bull semen is not something that sounds all that desirable, but some people are prepared to pay a lot for it — sometimes tens of thousands of dollars.
A grassroots group of Tasmanian farmers is pushing for changes in the state's energy policy, and are hoping their push for an "Australian first approach" will be adopted by other states and territories around Australia.
The Agriculture Department is standing by a controversial water buyback deal worth $80 million, which Labor leader Bill Shorten says is a "scandal" worthy of inquiry.
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.