Live cattle exports from Ireland to Libya increased by nearly 50% in the first half of the year.
The latest cabinet meeting issues a number of decisions and recommendations, including one for the industry ministry to approve consultancy work.
The agriculture minister met with another state body to discuss work on the "LibyaInfo for Population and Development" project.
Libya accounted for some 51% of the EU's sheepmeat exports in the first two months of 2014.
The Abyar Local Council says large numbers of locusts have been found in farms around the town, and urges the Ministry of Agriculture to take action.
Trucks reportedly planning to smuggle large quantities of subsidised flour out of the country were seized near Jufra.
Libya's animal health agency says it has successfully stamped out a recent outbreak of H1N1 virus in Tobruq.
A highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAI) H5N1 has been reported at a farm in Tobruq, according to the Organization of Animal Health (OIE).
Libya imported nearly 850,000 live sheep from Europe between January and August last year, an increase of over 100% compared to the same period in 2012.
The manager of a Libyan fish processing company says the country loses up to LD5bn ($4bn) a year due to unregulated fishing by foreign boats which operate with no license.
The ministry aims to plant six million saplings across Libya under a scheme called "One tree for every Libyan".
Libya says it will donate ten tractors, valued at $360,000 (LD450,000), to support Zambia’s agricultural sector.
The Ministry of Agriculture says it has provided sheep farmers with large quantities of fodder to help cope with drought conditions in north-west Libya.
Livestock in Khoms have received vaccination against the foot and mouth disease after a small outbreak in the town and in neighbouring Zliten.