The Queensland Farmers’ Federation (QFF) and industry members are today frustrated and disappointed following the passing of poor and unbalanced vegetation management legislation by the Queensland Government overnight
QFF President Stuart ... Read More
Farmers have condemned a parliamentary committee recommendation that poor and unbalanced vegetation management legislation should be enacted into law without changes.
Queensland Farmers’ Federation president Stuart Armitage said despite ... Read More
Today the National Farmers' Federation released the popular reference document Food, Fibre & Forestry Facts: A Summary of Australia’s Agriculture Sector, an authoritative publication designed as a fast reference to ... Read More
Heavy vehicle regulation across Australia is complex, inconsistent and threatens to place a handbrake on our burgeoning farm sector.
Larger, more efficient farm vehicles and machines play an important part ... Read More
Queensland’s farming women have an extraordinary set of skills – from juggling farm administration in the complex, dynamic environment of agribusiness to managing staff, budgeting, cost control and financial strategising. ... Read More
The Queensland Government and MSF Sugar will investigate the feasibility of potential industry adjacent to the Mulgrave Mill as part of the proposed Cairns South State Development Area (SDA).
Treasurer and ... Read More
One of Mackay's most historic buildings - once at the centre of ground-breaking sugar research - is now destined to become a school.
The 64-year-old Sugar Research Institute building on Nebo ... Read More
A new $134 million Smart Farm program has been announced by Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce and Assistant Minister Hartsuyker. The landmark program comes under the National Landcare Program and ... Read More