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AgForce welcomes $57bn red meat vision – as long as producers benefit

Thursday, 17 Oct 2019

AgForce has welcomed the Red Meat Advisory Council’s (RMAC) vision for a $57 billion industry outlined in the Red Meat 2030 strategy – provided there is more producer involvement and...

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Stock route fees must rise to maintain unique network for future

Saturday, 5 Oct 2019

With no end to the drought in sight and producers looking to Queensland’s unique stock routes to find grass and water for hungry cattle, it is clear that more money is required to maintain this...

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The time for reliable water infrastructure for regional Queensland is now

Thursday, 3 Oct 2019

While the drought rages on and water supplies diminish, AgForce has urged the State Government to commit to a long-term water security strategy that ensures the water needs of regional Queensland, in...

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PM’s drought measures ‘life-changing’ for many families: AgForce

Friday, 27 Sep 2019

AgForce has described the $100 million of new Federal drought assistance measures announced this morning by Prime Minister Scott Morrison as “not just welcome, but life-changing”.AgForce...

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Public service ‘cash splash’ angers droughted communities doing it tough

Tuesday, 24 Sep 2019

The State Government’s decision to offer $250 million in bonuses to public servants on top of an above-CPI wage rise at a time when thousands of rural producers are struggling to survive the...

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Speech: Nuffield Australia National Conference Opening Speech

Wednesday, 18 Sep 2019

AgForce CEO Michael GuerinGood morning everyone! My name is Mike Guerin and I’m CEO of AgForce, the peak body that represents broadacre agriculture in Queensland.As an organisation that...

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Farmers hit by drought, flood and fire – and an uncaring State Govt

Tuesday, 17 Sep 2019

AgForce has slammed a ‘cruel and uncaring’ State Government for forcing its Reef Protection Bill through Parliament without considering the destructive impact it will have on regional and...

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High Court ruling makes managing vegetation 'virtually impossible'

Friday, 13 Sep 2019

A decision by the High Court this week has made vegetation management for Queensland primary producers even more confusing, exposing them to fines of up to $600,000 per breach.The High Court decision...

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What’s the point of democracy if Government doesn’t listen?

Tuesday, 3 Sep 2019

Speech by AgForce CEO Michael GuerinReject the Reef Regs Rally, Townsville Good morning everyone!And what an inspiring morning it has been.My fellow speakers – Michael, Dale, Marty, Susan...

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AgForce launches movement to stand up for regional Queensland

Friday, 9 Aug 2019

AgForce today, at the opening of Ekka 2019 to the general public, asked the question, “Who will stand up for regional Queensland?” AgForce General President Georgie Somerset said they...

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State Government trigger mapping remains flawed despite new release​

Thursday, 25 Jul 2019

AgForce is ‘deeply concerned’ that there are still large areas of farming land being wrongly targeted by the State Government’s trigger or ‘blue dot’ protected...

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AgForce applauds bipartisan support for progressive approach to drought

Wednesday, 24 Jul 2019

AgForce has commended the Federal Government’s creation of the Drought Future Fund as “progressive” and “the right path to better drought management” for its emphasis on...

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Collaboration key to reducing wild dog numbers in Queensland

Tuesday, 23 Jul 2019

AgForce’s Wild Dog Coordinators project is helping deliver a resurgence in Queensland’s once burgeoning wool and sheep meat industries by reducing the threat posed by wild dogs.In central...

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AgForce Shed Full of Knowledge offers essential producer update

Tuesday, 23 Jul 2019

AgForce will conduct a series of practical, interactive sessions across south east Queensland to explain recent changes to protected plant trigger mapping and their implications for local producers...

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Farmers can protect the environment without Big Brother watching

Wednesday, 17 Jul 2019

A primary producer-driven field day being in held at Banana in central Queensland today proves farmers can look after the environment without the State Government watching over their shoulder...

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