Consumers are increasingly asking for it and Meat and Livestock Australia says it's achievable — carbon neutrality by 2030.
It was a South Australian town's biggest employer before a huge fire gutted it. Now, 18 months on, a new abattoir will be built promising up to 2,000 jobs for locals.
Australian farmers and animal activists alike are being targeted with online threats of violence and death, an ABC investigation finds. One cyberspace expert describes it as "cyberhate" and "a new kind of workplace bullying".
A bold business move has helped one Indigenous-owned cattle company stand alongside Australia's billionaires with a unique vision for economic success.
Industry experts say consumers are often misguided about what is healthier between alternative and dairy milks, and some say branding is the issue.
Australia's peak consumer and competition body is investigating allegations of fraud in the egg industry, with reports of fertilised and caged eggs being trucked into WA to be sold at top-dollar in free-range packaging.
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.
The Cordillo Downs woolshed is the biggest of its kind in the world and a reminder of when Australia rode on the sheep's back. Now help is being sought to guarantee its future.
A food technology company has patented a process it claims can keep 100 per cent natural milk fresh for at least 60 days without additives or preservatives.
Almost two-thirds of Australians surveyed by Vote Compass agree that live animal exports should be banned.