The NT is set to have a new abattoir in 2019 with renovations of an existing plant at Batchelor almost complete.
Online shopping is projected to be the fastest-growing way beef and lamb is purchased in China, research has found.
A Senate hearing is told the agency at the centre of Barnaby Joyce's controversial decentralisation scheme has convinced just eight of 170 staff to move from Canberra to Armidale.
Maverick Kennedy MP Bob Katter has leveraged support from the Morrison Government for huge irrigation schemes in his electorate.
The new owner of a Northern Territory station is looking to sow pastures and run more cattle, but growing cotton is another possibility.
Is natural sequence farming the secret to restoring our water-starved continent? For more than a decade, two farmers have shown that parched landscapes can be revived. And finally Canberra's listening.
Gold discoveries have been making headlines in Western Australia's Pilbara in recent years, something all kicked off by a man chasing a mob of stray cattle.
While there appears to be overwhelming public support for helping farmers through drought, concerns have been raised that in our rush to help we don't do more harm than good, write Neal Hughes and Steve Hatfield-Dodds.
Companies exporting Australian produce target the refined tastes of China's rising middle class.
A remote pastoral station in Western Australia is attracting firearms enthusiasts from around the world who are keen to spend time in the outback shooting high-calibre rifles.