When we tap into the power of our canine companions, great things are possible.
A group of volunteers are ensuring surrendered Siberian Huskies find a comfortable and loving forever home.
The investment in a new glasshouse and incubation hub at Horsham SmartFarm is welcome news for researchers like Dr Cass Walker.
Today, on Australasian Women in Emergencies Day, we're honouring the valuable contribution of women in emergency management and disaster resilience.
In Timor-Leste, Agriculture Victoria is helping to safe-guard Australia from international biosecurity risks – and it’s already paying dividends.
Get Back! The man disbanding the beetles from Victoria’s orchards has more than history on his side.
In 2016, Victoria legalised the use of medicinal cannabis, and since then scientists have improved strains to produce better health products.
VIDEO: A new surveillance program within the Port of Melbourne and Station Pier is set to provide an early warning for introduced marine pests.
Victoria’s sentinel chickens have been retired thanks to new testing and surveillance methods in detecting mosquito-borne viruses.
The National Bee Pest Surveillance Program is an early warning system to detect new incursions of exotic bee pests and pest bees.
For over two decades, Agriculture Victoria researcher Dr Mekonnen Haile-Mariam has helped improve the way the Australian dairy industry operates.
An old saying goes, a little knowledge is a good thing. When it comes to stopping biosecurity threats to Australia it’s a great thing.
Twenty years ago, four brothers arrived in Australia from India. Today they head up a major agricultural enterprise in the Victorian Mallee.
Senior scientist Dr Peter Moate recently retired, but in his 42 year career he contributed to world-leading research in agriculture & medicine.
Agriculture Victoria scientists are helping dairy farmers to breed ‘environmentally friendly’ cows.
How online learning is helping Victoria’s young farmers secure their future in agriculture.
Pasture walks connect fire-affected farmers and communities and offer support and information to help them recover.
Scientists at Agriculture Victoria are investigating the links between climate change, pests and food production.