Libya's Ministry of Agriculture says it has distributed 264 tonnes of sheep fodder to farmers in the past 12 months.
Canada says that the Libyan authorities have granted permission for the import of breeding cattle for the first time since 2003.
According to the Beirut-based Daily Star newspaper, Lebanon is seeking to export apples to the Libyan market.
Libya's Ministry of Agriculture said that last year's conflict caused substantial damage to its assets, including buildings and livestock, and also resulted in production losses.
Updated figures from Libya's Ministry of Agriculture report that some 9,994 hectares of land had been harvested in the 2011-2 winter season by the end of July.
Libya's Ministry of Economy has hosted a workshop with livestock suppliers to discuss import needs for October's Eid al-Adha, granting special permission to import older animals.
The National Centre for Animal Health, part of the Ministry of Agriculture, says that Libya imported more than 1.1 million sheep for slaughter in May-August.
The Ministry of Economy has named a new General Manager for the Libyan Export Promotion Center (LEPC), which is responsible for developing the country's non-oil exports.
The Ministry of Economy has issued a request to companies involved in cattle supply to discuss how to meet market demand during the Eid al-Adha holiday in October.
A recent Ministry of Economy bulletin on state-subsidised foodstuffs indicates some price increases.
The state-owned Agricultural Bank has published an interim report showing its total existing loans to the sector stood at LD1.6bn ($1.3bn) at the end of June.
The North Darfur Minister of Finance says that 10,000 sheep will be flown by air to Kufra airport, in south-east Libya.
The Sudanese Businessmen and Employers' Federation is reportedly preparing to increase the export of live and slaughtered cattle to Libya, following a recent shipment of 3,000 sheep.
The Ministry of Agriculture has provided an update on last season's harvest in Libya, as well as other activities in the sector.
Egypt's Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, Reda Ismail, has issued a decision to stop sheep exports across the Salloum border with Libya due to worries over disease.