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’ President Derek Schoen
Tackling the rising cost of electricity, delivering better connectivity, protecting our biosecurity and investing in infrastructure are at the heart of NSW Farmers’ 2018-19 Budget submission.
Applications are now open for the 2018 NSW Farmers Tertiary Scholarship, an initiative aimed at supporting students who plan to further contribute to the growth and prosperity of rural and regional Australia.
Following the success of our inaugural video Q&A session with the nbn™ local team at Orange Field Day, NSW Farmers President Derek Schoen sat down again with the Amber Dornbusch, Head of nbn™ local NSW/ACT before Christmas.
The NSW Farmers’ Association has welcomed the Government’s response to the McCarthy Review as the first step in meaningful change for the live export trade.
NSW Farmers welcomes the visits to drought affected areas by the Premier and Minister for Primary Industries this week, but believes the government’s response to the state’s worsening drought conditions must go beyond the appointment of a new drought
NSW Farmers’ Association is describing the 2018 Federal Budget as ‘wholesome’- but lacking sizzle for rural, remote and regional Australia.
The NSW Farmers’ Association is frustrated that the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) final report following the Dairy Inquiry has not addressed key competition issues in the dairy industry.
Farmers will be better equipped to tackle rural crime and protect their property following the announcement of 26 new police workshops across regional New South Wales.