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AgForce ‘Beef and Reef’ forum to set agriculture’s agenda

Thursday, 13 Jun 2019

Poorly conceived State Government legislation on issues including farm run-off to the Great Barrier Reef and vegetation management is the spark that has ignited the creation of the AgForce...

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State Government’s ‘JAWS’ budget should make producers ‘very afraid’

Wednesday, 12 Jun 2019

The State Budget has provided yet another example that the Queensland Government doesn’t understand agriculture and has no clear vision for its future.AgForce CEO Michael Guerin said that when...

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AgForce forums focusing on sustainability to help producers’ profit

Tuesday, 11 Jun 2019

According to AgForce Land Valuation Consultant John Moore, there are a lot of farming businesses throughout Queensland that could be doing more to identify areas of improvement and key opportunities...

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The best thing consumers can do is eat sustainable Aussie beef

Thursday, 6 Jun 2019

A report card released today by the Red Meat Advisory Council (RMAC) into the sustainability of the Australian beef industry highlights the major milestones being delivered by producers and...

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AgForce welcomes science-based underground water report

Wednesday, 29 May 2019

AgForce has welcomed updated scientific information about the effects of coal seam gas (CSG) production on underground water in the Surat Cumulative Management Area (CMA) as an important tool in...

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Land clearing decision another nail in landholders' coffins

Wednesday, 29 May 2019

A decision by the Queensland Court of Appeal that will potentially expose landholders in the south-east to fines of more than half a million dollars for managing their vegetation is “governance...

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Agriculture pleased to continue fruitful collaboration with Federal Coalition

Sunday, 19 May 2019

AgForce congratulates the Coalition Government on its re-election and looks forward to its continued support for Australian agriculture as the sector strives to become an environmentally sustainable...

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Better internet could add $20 billion to value of primary production

Wednesday, 15 May 2019

Improving internet and phone services in rural and remote areas would produce a thousand-fold return on investment, with latest research showing that better connectivity could increase national...

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Bipartisan support for improving connectivity in the bush welcomed by AgForce

Wednesday, 8 May 2019

AgForce has welcomed announcements by both major political parties towards improving telecommunications infrastructure in regional, rural and remote communities after advocating for this critical...

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AgForce welcomes government recognition of ongoing drought

Tuesday, 7 May 2019

AgForce has welcomed further recognition by the State Government of the crippling drought that continues to grip Queensland, while calling for a bipartisan approach to the issue.Despite recent good...

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AgForce moves to protect Reef, the environment, and members’ data

Thursday, 2 May 2019

AgForce has moved quickly to protect the Great Barrier Reef, the Queensland environment and the integrity of its members’ data, following the introduction into Parliament of the Reef...

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Proposed crackdown on animal extremists music to farmers' ears

Wednesday, 1 May 2019

The State Opposition’s proposed introduction of a Private Members Bill for harsher penalties for animal extremists has been welcomed by AgForce CEO Michael Guerin.The Opposition is proposing...

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New class 1 agricultural notice makes moving farm machinery easier

Tuesday, 30 Apr 2019

Moving farm machinery is easier from today across large parts of regional Australia thanks to a new single National Class 1 Agricultural Vehicle and Combination Notice that removes the need to apply...

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New bridge at Mundubbera a win for connecting local communities

Friday, 26 Apr 2019

AgForce General President Georgie Somerset today welcomed the announcement by Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack of a $20 million upgrade to the John Peterson Bridge in the North Burnett.Mrs...

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Global warming, erosion, mulga deserts and Labor's flawed eco plan

Friday, 26 Apr 2019

Higher carbon emissions, greater erosion, less sustainable agriculture and the creation of vast ‘tree deserts’ throughout central Australia will be the inevitable result of Federal...

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