Research now for tomorrow’s rice
Cutting-edge research which underpins the future of rice production will feature at the 2020 Rice Industry Field Day to be held at the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) Yanco Agricultural Institute on Thursday March 5.
An opportunity to ignite your director journey
AgriFutures Australia is once again offering 25 passionate rural leaders the opportunity to complete the Australian Institute of Company Director’s Foundations of Directorship program.
Industry invited to shape nation-wide industrial hemp variety trials
Expansion of the emerging industrial hemp industry is the focus of the upcoming 2nd Australian Industrial Hemp Conference and a new AgriFutures Australia funded project to build a national industrial hemp variety trial scheme.
Excitement builds for sell-out evokeAG. event
Tickets to evokeAG., Asia Pacific’s premier agrifood tech event have sold out.
Emerging market for alternative proteins an opportunity for Australian agriculture
Research into the changing landscape of protein production in Australia estimates that there will be an additional opportunity of $19.9 billion for the sector by 2030, of which $3.1 billion is attributed to alternative protein categories.
Leadership program has profound impact on Rice Extension Coordinator
Troy Mauger is the Rice Extension Coordinator for the Rice Industry Extension Program which is administered by the Ricegrowers’ Association of Australia (RGA). Mr Mauger has also been part of the 2019 cohort undertaking the Australian Rural leaders...
A new opportunity for organisations or industry to support the “next gen” of Australian agriculture
In partnership with a range of industry sponsors, the AgriFutures™ Horizon Scholarship is calling for organisations to support the “next gen” of leaders, game changers and influencers in Australian agriculture.
Collaborative approach to take the “Query” out of Q fever
Australian scientists and livestock managers are working collaboratively to reduce the incidence of Q Fever outbreaks in Australia which has one of the world’s highest rates of the disease.
AgriFutures™ Honey Bee and Pollination Program Advisory Panel
AgriFutures Australia is seeking applications from suitably qualified individuals for an advisory panel member to join the AgriFutures™ Honey Bee & Pollination Program Advisory Panel.
Gary Sansom Scholarship applications open
The prestigious Gary Sansom Scholarship aims to uncover future chicken meat industry leaders and champion important research working to boost the productivity and sustainability of chicken meat production.
Registrations open for the Climate and Carbon in Agriculture Conference 2020 hosted by the Climate Research Strategy for Primary Industries
Learning more about how Australian agriculture can adapt to key climate risks and reduce greenhouse gas emissions will be the focus of the Climate and Carbon in Agriculture Conference 2020.
Go West! AgriFutures Honey Bee & Pollination Advisory Panel heads to Western Australia
The Cooperative Research Centre for Honey Bee Products (CRC HBP) is looking forward to continued collaboration and cooperation with the AgriFutures Honey Bee & Pollination program, following a recent visit by the AgriFutures Australia Honey Bee & Pol...
How to keep chickens cool and save water
In this Australian first, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland researchers Mark Dunlop, Jim McAuley and David Mayer have evaluated in-shed sprinkler cooling technology for use by Australian meat chicken growers.
Applications now open: Travel subsidies to attend the International Temperate Rice Conference or Rice Technical Working Group
The AgriFutures™ Rice Program is providing an opportunity for those involved in rice industry research, development and extension (RD&E) to upskill their knowledge, broaden networks and improve their general understanding of global rice production ...
Life has been hectic for Victorian Mum and businesswoman Claire Moore since she was announced the AgriFutures™ Rural Women’s Award National Runner Up in a glittering ceremony in Canberra on Wednesday, 11 September 2019. Returning to Victoria wit...
Researchers flag gains from better land use planning
A more integrated and planned approach to land use in Australia’s agricultural production areas will set the nation up to meet its production target of $100 billion, according to AgriFutures Australia-funded research.