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The Transport Network Strategic Investment Tool, developed by CSIRO scientists, generates optimal transport routes for agriculture, making it faster, simpler and cheaper to deliver ag commodities and informing major infrastructure planning.
A new government-funded project will use high-tech robots to demonstrate low antimicrobial resistance on Australia’s pig and poultry farms, in a bid to boost producers’ status in potentially lucrative export markets.
This green-leaning European country has gone all in, putting serious money and support behind organic food production, processing and promotion.
A collaboration among key industry bodies keen to “attract great people into the industry [and] ensure a bright future for Australian agriculture”, the People in Agriculture online platform is loaded with work and career tips, advice and contacts – and it’s mobile-friendly.
Nuffield Australia's annual farming scholarships recognise young farmers helping to advance their chosen agricultural sectors, opening doors to a global community of likeminded scholars and experts in the field.
A new $6.2 million ARENA/RIRDC project will create a central national database of biomass resources to assist with bioenergy project planning across Australia.
Got organic waste? Don’t wallow in it – make it work for you! Farm businesses who get their proposals in by 1 December could get up to $500,000 in grant funds – and hands-on help turning pig, cow or chook-poo into profits....
Western Australian farmers are turning tracts of unproductive land over to free-range pig production under Milne Agrigroup’s sustainable business model, which ensures everyone brings home some premium bacon.
“Agriculture in Australia is booming, and the best way of becoming involved is by studying the new Bachelor of Agriculture at University of Melbourne,” says fomer Veterinary and Ag Science Faculty Dean Professor Ken Hinchcliff. Here's why.
A Belgian-based research team is working on four EU projects collectively known as the Precision Livestock Farming (PLF) program: real-time remote surveillance technologies that enable livestock farmers to respond to animals' individual needs.