The positive effects of grazing by livestock and wild herbivores can turn negative as temperatures become warmer.
The naturally best breeding window for these endangered animals is shortening, prompting a unique change in behaviour.
Farmers need help to adapt as weather extremes worsen.
UNSW Professor Johannes le Coutre has warned that current food production and consumption cannot continue if we want to reduce world hunger – and help save the planet.
Painting eyes on the backsides of cattle in Botswana appears to prevent attacks from lions in landscapes where they coexist.
It is rapidly becoming clear that nobody is capable of remaining in charge of the welfare of Australian animals once they arrive in the chaos of the developing world, writes Siobhan O'Sullivan.
Food scientists at UNSW are minimising the adverse health effects of allergens in milk and other food products by developing innovative processing techniques that alter the properties of allergenic proteins.