NSW Farmers welcomes the appointment of Adam Marshall as the Minister for Agriculture and Western New South Wales in the ministerial reshuffle announced today.
A NSW Farmers bid to underpin a new era of regional and peri-urban food systems with a Future Foods Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) has won the support of the Federal Government.
NSW Farmers congratulates Gladys Berejiklian and the Coalition on claiming victory in a State election that starred a focus on regional equity.
NSW Farmers welcomes the announcement of an inquiry into the social and economic impacts of the Murray Darling Basin Plan, announced today by the Commonwealth Government.
NSW Farmers has welcomed a ‘back in black’ Federal budget that features support for local food and fibre production and rural communities through drought assistance, export market access and investment in regional roads, rail and airports.
The NSW Farmers’ Association has expressed concern about Federal Labor’s plan to adopt Queensland-style native vegetation laws as a nation-wide benchmark for biodiversity management if elected as the next Federal Government.
NSW Farmers says that farmers must remain central in all animal welfare decision making undertaken by the next State Government.
NSW Farmers’ calls for improved access to reliable and affordable telecommunications have been answered today with the Australian Government committing to a $220 million investment in regional communications.
Coles and Aldi have announced that they will increase the price of their respective private label milks by 10 cents, with the additional money flowing back directly to the dairy farmers that supply the products.
NSW Farmers’ Association backs moves by Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) to not take any of EY’s 82 performance or governance recommendations to an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM).