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.
At today’s NSW Legislative Council’s Inquiry into Electricity, the NSW Farmer’s Association will highlight the need for the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART), to step up and call out uncompetitive practices within retail electricity
Statement by Mitchell Clapham, NSW Farmers’ Conservation and Resource Management Committee Chair
One year on from the devastating Sir Ivan Bushfire, NSW Farmers’ Association is hoping a Coronial General Inquiry will provide clarity to the local farming community around the challenges in communication, negotiation and engagement that played a par
NSW Farmers has helped forge a win for local food production in the Port Stephens shire with Council voting this week in favour of retaining a one kilometre buffer zone between rural land and residential development.
Farmers across NSW are hand feeding livestock and resting paddocks in the hope that when the rain falls the grass will grow.
More than 120 landholders unanimously called for an independent inquiry into the selection of the inland rail route between Narromine and Narrabri at a meeting in Curban Hall on Tuesday.