The Royal Melbourne Show is a beloved Melbourne event. This year Agriculture Victoria are one of the sponsors. We capture some of the highlights.
Could your business do with some free one-on-one advice? Then jump aboard the Small Business Bus.
Dr Charles Milne is the Victorian Government’s chief vet. It’s an important job that has an impact on all Victorians. Find out what is involved.
Experienced beekeepers like Moe’s Bill Ringin are critical to ongoing surveillance after Victoria’s first ever varroa mite detection.
The inaugural Victorian Rural Women’s Forum kicks off this August, mixing mentoring and networking with workshops and wellbeing.
A Victorian Government digital agriculture initiative to trial Internet of Things technology is looking to help future-proof Victoria’s farming.
A $16 million investment is helping position Victoria as the country’s main hub for medicinal cannabis.
A new one-of-a-kind food education institution may be on the cards for Daylesford, led by restaurant doyenne Alla Wolf-Tasker.
Introducing Cara Hadzig from Murra Warra in the Wimmera, one of three Victorian finalists for the 2018 AgriFutures™ Rural Women’s Awards.
We catch up with Jade Miles, one of three Victorian finalists for the 2018 AgriFutures™ Rural Women’s Award.
Meet Melissa Connors, one of three Victorian finalists for the 2018 AgriFutures™ Rural Women’s Award.
We spotlight a Victorian abalone operation that clinched gold at the recent Australian Export Awards (AEA).
Collaborating with a Spanish almond nursery is reaping rewards for one Mildura-based nursery.
Victorian Government funding is helping to put Victorian regions on the international wine appreciation map.
Victoria is strengthening its ability to control disease to underpin lucrative local and export markets by stepping up sheep traceability.
Victoria’s reputation as Australia’s most innovative agriculture state reinforced by a new partnership between Bosch Australia and Monash University.
Victoria’s new trade statement identifies global trends in a drive to get businesses to seize international trade breaks.
Victorian startup MimicTec has developed a prototype that takes it a step closer to transforming how chickens are farmed in Australia and the world.