Good summer rain and a drop over the weekend was enough to encourage Dylan Hirsch to start seeding wheat on his farm at Latham, in the state's mid-west

What to do with oil and gas infrastructure like pipelines and platforms once they're no longer needed by resources companies? That is one of the main focuses of a three year project which has just received $2.6 million of State Government funding

Tariffs on Australian beef, honey, oranges, mandarins and onions heading to Japan have been cut ahead of time, and that could be just the start of a fast track to other products, under the TPP

Australian wine, fruit and nut producers are tipped to be winners in the latest international trade war between China and the United States

A tribute to dairy farming industry leader Lou Giglia, who has died at the age of 77. In 2012 he was inducted into the WA Royal Agricultural Society Hall of Fame

The Kanzi apple variety is a relatively new variety and this year it will reach full production levels

Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud said he was shocked and deeply disturbed by vision he has seen regarding a voyage of live sheep from Perth to the Middle East in August 2017. The minister has met with the Department of Agriculture and it will urgently investigate

Around sixty eastern states cotton farmers and researchers visited Western Australia to inspect the Ord Irrigation Scheme. The group wants to expand the cotton industry across Australia's top end