The Tertiary Scholarships demonstrate our commitment to our members and the industry by recognising the value of education to the future of agriculture.
Drones will join the Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program (QBSI Program) as part of an extra $2.8 million dollars in farm safety funding announced today from the State Government.
NSW Farmers’ Association has condemned Coles and Aldi for persisting with sales of $1 a litre milk.
NSW Labor’s support for an Upper House inquiry into inland rail is welcome recognition of NSW Farmers’ long-standing calls for an inquiry into this $10 billion project.
NSW Farmers’ Association has welcomed the commitment from the Federal Government to support a mandatory code for the dairy industry.
NSW Farmers’ Association has welcomed the commitment from the NSW Liberals and Nationals to address market failures within the dairy industry and support dairy farmers in NSW through a severely challenging time.
NSW Farmers welcomes the Australian Government and Telstra’s commitment to regional and rural communities with today’s announcement of a dedicated program of work to improve the reliability of landlines.
The importance of local mental health services has been highlighted with a NSW Labor commitment to provide 50 outreach workers and extra funding for not-for profit mental health groups in regional areas.
The biodiversity and environment policies of the major parties will go under the spotlight at a NSW Farmers Pre-Election forum in Cooma on 14 March.
An $11.25 million biosecurity funding commitment from NSW Labor is a welcome first step in a NSW Farmers plan to bolster the protection of our multi-billion dollar agricultural sector.
The duplication of the Great Western Highway will help open the ‘sandstone curtain’ that has acted as a barrier for connecting central west food and fibre to consumers in Sydney and beyond, according to NSW Farmers.
The release of the Agriculture Innovation System Vision report has highlighted increased investment in regional innovation hubs and data infrastructure as critical factors for reaching a goal of a $100 billion agriculture industry by 2030.
NSW Farmers welcomes the NSW Government’s election commitment to amend the criteria of the Farm Innovation Fund to make it more accessible to the aquaculture industry.