NSW Farmers welcomes today’s announcement of an additional $100 million from the NSW Government to help farmers battle the worsening mouse plague affecting regional NSW.
NSW Farmers estimates the mouse plague will chew more than a billion dollars off the farmgate value of the state’s winter crop as the impact of this mouse invasion extends across NSW.
NSW Farmers is relieved action is finally being taken to address the mouse plague crisis affecting parts of regional NSW.
NSW Farmers and the CWA of NSW hosted our Parliamentary Briefing on the mouse plague to reflect the deep concerns of our members and regional communities on this worsening economic and public health situation impacting many parts of NSW.
The Federal Treasurer today committed significant funding to maintain the economic recovery after the COVID-19 pressures. While the budget will be in deficit the projections for recovery are positive and exceed earlier forecasts.
“The smell is horrific. You can pick up all the mice you see but there is always more.
I did 38 loads of washing in three days. My house is pretty much packed up in boxes,” Lisa Minogue, Farmer, Barmedman
NSW Farmers urges Australians looking for work to give farm work a go, particularly now the Australian Government has made relocation incentives more flexible.
NSW Farmers welcomes a $371 million funding injection for biosecurity to help stem the growing risk of pest and disease incursions in Australia.
NSW Farmers will be partnering with farmers across the state to provide a diverse range of farm enterprises for primary-school students to experience as part of the Kids to Farms program.
NSW Farmers is calling for bipartisan support to extinguish expired Petroleum Exploration Licenses (PELS) from valuable agricultural land.
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