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- Heatwave, late wet makes for a tough start to 2019 for pastoralists in WA's north January 22, 2019An unusually dry start to the year has left agricultural industries across northern WA praying for rain.
- Illegal tobacco crop grows back months after police bust January 22, 2019A Northern Territory farmer thought the men buying his farm were growing eggplant, but then the police came knocking.
- Australia's wine exports climb to $2.8 billion January 22, 2019Wine exports grow to see 22 million glasses of Aussie wine enjoyed by global customers every day.
- Water minister orders independent fish kill study, as another mass fish death event reported in NSW January 22, 2019The Federal Government calls for an independent review of the mass fish kill in the Lower Darling, after Labor called its own scientific study.
- Bushfire-ravaged soil takes up to 80 years to recover, research finds January 22, 2019Australian scientists discover that forest soils need up to eight decades to recover from bushfires and logging, not just 10 or 15 years, which has implications on climate change and forest sustainability.
- Animal activists' farm map labelled 'attack list', but not illegal, by Federal Ag Minister January 22, 2019The Aussie Farms online map that shares the location and contact details of thousands of Australian farmers is labelled as an activists' "attack list" by Federal Agricultural Minister David Littleproud.
- Billionaire-style Indigenous cattle company January 21, 2019An Indigenous-owned cattle company is building a portfolio of stations akin to those of Australian and foreign billionaires, but their endgame is radically different.
- Minister orders probe into suspected payment for footage of dead and dying sheep January 21, 2019Agriculture Minister David Littleproud wants his department to investigate how footage showing dead and dying sheep onboard a ship bound for the Middle East between May and October 2017 was obtained.
- Farmers accept drought money from supermarket Coles this week January 21, 2019Supermarket giant Coles is going to start handing out the money it collected from a levy on milk it sold to customers this week.
- Farmers outraged new online map lists their location and contact details January 21, 2019A website detailing the location and contact details of Australian farms causes outrage in the industry with claims it is an invasion of privacy.