THE kerfuffle over imported berries contaminated with Hepatitis A has put the spotlight on Australian ag’s case for consumer favour.
BIDDING from all six Australian states bolstered the annual Maryvale Limousin Power in the Pedigree bull and female sale for the Vogt family on Tuesday at Kapunda.
SOUTH Australian Liberal MP Rowan Ramsey says moves to implement food labelling reforms have gained positive momentum.
FIRST in a series of extracts from Stephen Martyn’s book on the history of Australian meat processing: World on a Plate.
THE outlook for Australian farming, production and markets is the best in more than 30 years, raising hopes land prices will increase.
ON the back of an imported pest scare in 2014, the Australian ginger industry has signed on to the Emergency Plant Pest Response Deed.
THE decision to increase scrutiny of foreign investment in Australian farmland has been welcomed by farmer lobby groups.
THE frozen berries maker embroiled in the national Hepatitis A outbreak has outraged local growers about “quality” concerns.
THE federal Senate is looking to conduct an inquiry into the operation of co-operatives and mutuals in the Australian economy, including ag.
A CELEBRATION of Australian culture will take to the Adelaide Fringe Festival stage as three mates share their love of the local language and laconic humour.