NSW Farmers’ Association welcomes the federal government’s additional financial support of $190 million to help drought affected farmers.
NSW Farmers’ Association welcomes the Emergency Drought Relief Package announced by the NSW Government today.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Opposition Leader Luke Foley will address this month’s NSW Farmers’ Annual Conference in Sydney.
The NSW Farmers’ Association commends the NSW Government for a budget that has delivered for regional and rural communities, in challenging times due to drought conditions across most of the state.
CEO of NSW Farmers, Matt Brand, has today announced he is resigning from his role and will leave the Association later in the year.
NSW Farmers is extremely pleased additional support is on its way for farmers facing significant challenges with worsening drought conditions.
NSW Farmers is calling for ongoing funding to support the Fixing Country Rail program, following the positive announcement this week of $137 million in funding to address 11 projects across the state.
The first edition of The Farmer magazine is reaching the mail boxes of NSW Farmers members from this week.
NSW Farmers’ Association fears farmers who are owed millions of dollars by poultry company Red Lea Chickens will remain out of pocket, forcing many out of business, following the collapse of the company.
NSW Farmers’ Association welcomes the Federal Government’s announcement today to review elements of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act that affect agriculture.
NSW Farmers’ Association and NSW Police Force are collaborating to deliver a series of tackling rural crime workshops across the state commencing in September and finishing in October.
NSW Farmers’ Association has welcomed this week’s announcement from Minister Littleproud supporting a mandatory code of conduct for the dairy industry that would deliver stronger market power for farmers during negotiations with processors.
NSW Farmers’ Association support Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) implementing all 82 of EY’s performance and governance recommendations without delay.
NSW Farmers is disappointed by the actions of the Senate in supporting a phase out of live exports.
NSW Farmers’ Association says levies on milk sales aimed at compensating farmers who have not been adequately paid for their milk are not a long term solution to helping farmers being squeezed by the big supermarkets.