Industry-leading experts will benchmark sector performance and explore the challenges and opportunities for growing Australian agriculture at this week’s ABARES Outlook 2021 conference.
Australia’s premier agricultural information-sharing and networking event is going virtual for the first time, with more than 1200 delegates registered.
A diverse range of sessions are scheduled across the four days traversing the food, fibre, fisheries and forestry industries, as well as water, climate, biosecurity, horticultural labour, and trade and deglobalisation.
This year’s theme is Growing Australian agriculture in an uncertain world.
It all starts tomorrow with Agriculture Minister David Littleproud’s opening address, and ABARES acting executive…