Australian agricultural production is on track for a record-breaking year, with an expected farm-gate value of $65.9 billion helping to drive the nation’s recovery.
Nestled in the heart of the alpine region surrounding Batlow, the Ardrossan Orchards brand began in 1956 when founder David Cathels purchased his first orchard. Since then, the brand has grown to include four large orchards with a reputation for premium quality, locally grown apples.
Perched atop the western hills surrounding Batlow, NSW, Bonza Organics are producers of certified organic apples and olives. Stephenie's inspiring story reflects the strength and spirit of many organic producers after the 2020 bushfires.
Following a significant response effort, Australia has regained freedom from high pathogenicity avian influenza.
Western Australian communities impacted by the devastating Wooroloo Bushfire are set to receive an $18.1 million recovery package to provide support for ongoing recovery efforts.
AOL has backed the National Farmers’ Federation’s (NFF) robust Regionalisation Agenda, which will bolster employment opportunities, create smarter regulatory frameworks and help build resilience in the national economy.
The innovative Drought Resilience Self-Assessment Tool is one of the eight foundational programs announced under the Australian Government’s forward-thinking $5 billion Future Drought Fund to build drought resilience.
A new partnership to deliver the new Dairy Export Assurance Program has launched to cut red tape, streamline audit arrangements and open up trade market access opportunities for farmers.
Communities in Western Australia remain under threat from the Wooroloo bushfire, currently burning out of control in the Perth region.