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‘Fair Go’ Label Scrapped

‘Fair Go’ Label Scrapped

Consumers will never get to see the Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation’s “Fair Go Dairy” logo despite the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) giving it the green light in March.

ABARES Tips Record Year

ABARES Tips Record Year

Agriculture is looking at another record-breaking year, with the gross value of production forecast to reach $73 billion in 2021-22.

Farmers Sought For Tariff Study

Farmers Sought For Tariff Study

Expressions of interest are being sought from Queensland and NSW farmers to take part in a study aiming to better understand how they consider and choose electricity tariffs.

Union Slams Farm Visa Plan

Union Slams Farm Visa Plan

The Australian Workers’ Union is calling on Agriculture Minister David Littleproud to clarify urgently details about the Federal Government’s agricultural visa scheme.

Georgie Dons Lilac For A Cause

Georgie Dons Lilac For A Cause

If you spot Durong grazier Georgie Somerset wearing lilac these days, it’s because she’s become a “shirt ambassador” to help raise funds for Ronald McDonald House.

ACCC Cracks Down On Quads

ACCC Cracks Down On Quads

Almost 20 per cent of quad bikes assessed at dealerships across Australia were not compliant with the first stage of the new national safety standard that came into force last October.

New Visa To Lure Workers To Farms

New Visa To Lure Workers To Farms

The Federal Government has announced a new Australian Agriculture visa which aims to entice temporary farm workers to Australia with the promise of a future pathway to permanent residency.

High Demand For Weaners

High Demand For Weaners

Agents yarded 750 in Murgon at Tuesday’s fortnightly sale, with all descriptions of cattle selling to very strong rates.

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