Victoria is Australia's largest food and fibre exporting state. The value of food and fibre exported from Victorian ports increased 11 per cent in 2011-12 to reach a record $9 billion, accounting for 29 per cent of all farm exports from Australia. Victoria’s temperate climate, high quality soils and clean water support our world-class agriculture industries. The state’s largest export earner, the dairy industry, provides no less than 7 per cent of dairy products traded globally.
We enable Victoria's agriculture and food sectors to maintain and enhance a reputation for world-class food by sustainably increasing wealth, employment and investment in regional communities.
- Soil and landscapes
Animations focussed on agricultural systems and processes such as carbon and nitrogen cycles.
- EverGraze video tutorials
Tools developed specifically for beef and sheep producers in the high rainfall zone.
- Fire - Planning, response and recovery services
Assistance and advice for landholders with fire-affected livestock, crops and pastures.
- Growing Food and Fibre
Productive and Profitable: Capturing opportunities, growing the economy
- Queensland Fruit Fly
A number of Queensland Fruit Fly outbreaks have been declared in the Greater Sunraysia area.
- Managing agricultural chemicals
Videos on managing spray risk and preparing boom sprayers.
- Feeding sheep and beef cattle
Practical information for managing livestock during dry periods.
- National Food Standard for Eggs
Frequently asked questions about the food safety standard for eggs and egg products.