Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences
Welcome to the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES), the science and economics research division of the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.
Register today for the conference that will explore what some call an ambitious target - $100 billion in farm output by 2030.
Winter crop production is forecast to fall by 3 per cent in 2019–20 to 29.4 million tonnes, down 13 per cent from the production forecast in September, according to the December 2019 Crop Report.
Our latest Insights report provides analysis on the effects of climate variability on Australian farms. It examines both short-term climate risks such as drought and longer-term shifts in climate conditions.
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