As Knickers lit up the internet this week, a Canadian farm broke out the measuring tape for their own large steer. And Dozer could be an even beefier boy than Australia's bovine.
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.
An African sheep breed which calls the Kalahari desert home is proving its worth to a growing number of Australia's drought-stricken graziers.
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.
The Federal Government will appoint a 'tough cop' to oversee live export trade, and reinstate the dumped Animal Welfare Branch.
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.
Tasmanian producers say they may not be able to supply Christmas ham and pork this year if a major abattoir in the state's north closes.