The direct impact on agriculture from COVID-19 seems to be minimal at this stage.
The Federal Government is working to ensure that cross border restrictions do not negatively impact the ag sector.
It comes as a surprise to all of those comfort-eating their way through the pandemic but chocolate consumption has fallen this year.
A bizarre scam from Chinese online vendors caused angst in US agricultural circles when unrequested packets of seeds arrived in the mail.
Grains and legumes are not necessarily fashionable among consumers but they play a key role in the diet required for elite sport.
After years of scrimping to find enough feed for animals, NSW farmers are now being advised on how to take advantage of the feed glut.
Numbers of cattle on feed have come back, but fodder industry specialists Feed Central believe demand for hay will remain solid.
Hay prices are set to return to more normal levels after the sky-high values of last year but they are unlikely to drop too far.
Cotton growers in the Upper Namoi are banding together to come up with an app-based solution designed to minimise the risk of spray drift.