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Feeding livestock during drought just got a little easier

Carting hay to livestock farmers in drought has become easier with approved load dimensions for hay trucks increased and standardised across states.

Coles milk prices rise helps everyday Australians support dairy farmers

The National Farmers’ Federation has welcomed Coles’ decision to lift the price of their Own Brand milk from $3 to $3.30 in all states until the end of the year, with 100% of the increase to go to drought-affected farmers.

Farmers welcome bipartisan support for CPTPP

The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) has welcomed Labor’s support for the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).

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The NFF Energy Policy

The National Farmers’ Federation is calling for a national energy policy that provides affordability and reliability and which supports a towards reduced emissions energy supply.

Farm Facts

Food, Fibre & Forestry Facts is published annually by the NFF as a compendium of useful and authoritative facts and figures about Australian agriculture, based on fully attributed data from independent sources.

A comprehensive guide to available drought assistance options

Farmers managing drought may be able to access support for needs ranging from livestock fodder, everyday living expenses and access to financial and health services.

NFF NATIONAL CONGRESS
17-18 OCTOBER 2018

The NFF's 2018 National Congress will be held on 17-18 October at the Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra. The theme this year is Diversify. The program will highlight how diverse thinking can shape the farm sector’s future in a range of areas, including our people, our farms, our leaders and our markets.

Registrations are now open at etm.eventsair.com/nff-national-congress-2018/

Contact Amanda Tankey, email: for more information

National Agriculture Day 2018

On November 21 Australia will pause to celebrate the remarkable contribution of Australian agriculture.
This year we will support the theme of community through the hashtag #growforgood.

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