After more than a decade on the drawing board, a farmer and an engineer say they have created a generator that runs off green waste, recycles its emissions, and costs virtually nothing.
As the industry struggles to make ends meet, WA egg farmers say its major supermarkets have switched to selling eggs from the eastern states.
The Prime Minister is keen to hear ways farmers can be better prepared for future droughts, and farm groups say wider insurance coverage is an important step in preparing for the worst.
Farmers are hoping Scott Morrison's first overseas trip as Prime Minister will bring with it a free trade agreement with Indonesia.
Ten years since the deregulation of Australia's wheat market, here's how the AWB oil-for-food scandal changed the wheat industry.
With their eyes to sky, grain growers are planting a smaller area of winter crops amid fears drought conditions are set to continue.
Craft brewers are on the hunt for a wild selection of ingredients that hipsters will love but most beer makers try to avoid.
Growing conditions are again looking challenging after last year's east coast cereal harvest fell by 40 per cent.
Japan has just ended 40 years of state-controlled rice growing with its farmers expected to concentrate on producing wheat for noodles, and Australian farmers see an opportunity.
Flour mill Laucke's dispute with Woolworths deepens, with the SA company claiming six of its products have been pulled from shelves because of an ongoing cost dispute.