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NSW Farmers
Australia's largest state farming body and the voice of farmers and rural communities in NSW.
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NSW Farmers Apr 16
The Legge family have used strong agribusiness nous to build their 🐏 stud breeding program πŸ‘ at Ridgehaven Poll Dorsets despite family tragedy. Read their story here:
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NSW Farmers Apr 12
Almond, hazelnut, soy and rice drinks don't have the protein, vitamin or mineral benefits of cow's πŸ„ milk but are still able to use the term milk. Should this change? Read what farmers think about dairy alternatives here:
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NSW Farmers Apr 11
Replying to @evokeAG
Thanks for sharing
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NSW Farmers Apr 10
"I'm proud of the way we've moved to more sustainable 🌱 farming. It means we're working towards a business that will remain viable." Read about the Hatty family from the NSW and their commitment to soil conservation here:
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NSW Farmers Apr 9
Could Wagga Wagga become the next Silicon Valley? 〰️ It may not be as glamorous as California, but it's buzzing ✨ with talent and global investors are keen to invest. 🌱 〰️ Read more here πŸ‘‰ .
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NSW Farmers Apr 9
Replying to @NSWFarmers
Jim has requested that this story stay online, as James was a strong advocate for kangaroo management.
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NSW Farmers Apr 8
Replying to @NSWFarmers
TRAGICALLY, Jim’s son James Reginald Maynard passed away, aged 42 years, since this story was prepared and published. NSW Farmers sends their sincerest condolences to the Maynard family at this terrible time.
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NSW Farmers Apr 8
Western NSW Jim Maynard is losing millions πŸ’° of dollars and sleep as eat his crops 🌾 and destroy his pastures 🌱 . See what happened when he protected his paddock as opposed to letting the 🦘 "roos run riot". Read here:
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NSW Farmers Apr 7
Replying to @NSWFarmers
A legislated Right to Farm is one of our key policy asks of the incoming NSW Government, along with more action around illegal surveillance and trespass. Read more at
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NSW Farmers Apr 7
NSW Ag Minister Adam Marshall on Right to Farm: "Maybe we need to actually go down the path of introducing a brand new piece of stand-alone legislation to enshrine that right that primary producers have to be primary producers."
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NSW Farmers Apr 7
, respect the and support our . Animal activists illegally on will not be tolerated. It is a to enter private property without permission.
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NSW Farmers Apr 5
Meet the next generation of farmers Callan Daley and Emma Moss, who are passionate about raising the profile of agriculture as a career choice. >
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NSW Farmers Apr 4
Lesley and Quentin Bland are using the nutritional benefits of dehydrated organic πŸ₯¦ veggies πŸ† to diversify their business and take advantage of the superfood craze. Read about their innovative practices here >
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NSW Farmers Apr 3
This week our President James Jackson and Regional Manager Jonathan are on the road touring Central West NSW! They are catching up with members, attending Branch meetings and visiting our stakeholders. Keep your πŸ‘€ peeled for our 🚘 driving round the area!
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NSW Farmers Apr 3
An initiative driven by NSW Farmers is helping female members find their voice πŸ—£. DID YOU KNOW: women comprise 41% of the workforce but only 18% of management roles and 2.3% of CEO positions? Check out the workshop hosted by πŸ‘‰
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NSW Farmers Apr 2
"I won't let them have it, not as long as I am alive," says farmer Wendy Bowman, an warrior 🌱 who took on the big companies to protect her farm – and won. Read about her incredible determination here:
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NSW Farmers Apr 2
$50.4m for microgrid feasibility studies in . This is a sensible energy announcement. Will give farmers clarity as to whether microgrids and edge of grid solutions are viable
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NSW Farmers Apr 2
Regional food hubs could be set to take off with $100 million for regional airports
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NSW Farmers Apr 2
Drought support, regional infrastructure needs and ag export opportunities have rightly featured as key ingredients on the federal budget menu tonight
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NSW Farmers Apr 1
Thank you for a fantastic lunch with Broken Hill πŸ‘©β€πŸŒΎ! Wonderful speech on the importance and multi-generational landholders to ensure the future sustainability of AUS and vibrancy of communities
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