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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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Winding up of BMP programs the start of a new chapter

Tuesday, 16 Jul 2019

At a meeting of the BMP Alliance on Thursday 20th June 2019 the joint owners of Grazing and Grains BMP – AgForce, the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF), the Fitzroy Basin...

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Disaster inquiry confirms industry concerns over confusing VMA

Tuesday, 16 Jul 2019

AgForce has condemned the State Government for failing to heed long-held concerns about the Vegetation Management Act, after the Government’s own inquiry implicated the VMA in worsening last...

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Speech: Rangelands Policy Dialogue, Brisbane

Monday, 1 Jul 2019

AgForce CEO Michael Guerin, at Rangelands Policy Dialogue.Facebook Live video.IntroductionCan I acknowledge the Royal Society of Queensland and NRM Regions Queensland, who along with AgForce are...

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AgForce secures trigger mapping commitment from Minister

Friday, 28 Jun 2019

AgForce has secured a commitment by the Minister for the Environment and Science to more fully engage with producers on the protected flora trigger mapping, which created such havoc for the industry...

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Farmers and conservationists join call for urgent action on weed crisis

Friday, 28 Jun 2019

Queensland's peak agriculture body AgForce and global conservation organisation The Pew Charitable Trusts have joined forces to fight for funds to manage a noxious weed that could devastate western...

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AgForce ‘cautiously optimistic’ about drought review – but collaboration essential

Friday, 28 Jun 2019

AgForce is “cautiously optimistic” about the State Government’s proposed approach to better drought management policy announced today by Agricultural Industry Development and...

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Speech: Farming in a Risky Climate – Is community trust in agriculture a new climate risk?

Wednesday, 26 Jun 2019

The Australian Farm Insitute's Farming in a Risky Climate event was held at the Stamford Plaza in Brisbane over Wednesday and Thursday, 26–27 June, with a conference dinner on...

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State must involve producers in trigger map review or risk a further debacle

Tuesday, 25 Jun 2019

A campaign led by AgForce and its members to expose the shortcomings of the new protected flora trigger mapping has led to the State Government reviewing the dangerously inaccurate data. The...

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Queensland agribusinesses devastated by arbitrary mapping decision

Tuesday, 18 Jun 2019

A seemingly arbitrary change by the State Government to the way it maps protected plants will have a devastating effect on many producers, making it more onerous and expensive to manage and graze...

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