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OPINION: Farmers call for autumn break in energy debate

Like farmers and the growing season, Australians are looking for an ‘autumn’ break’. A circuit breaker in the stalemate dogging our nation’s energy future.

Statement by President, Fiona Simson - Inspector General for the Welfare of Exported Animals -

The membership of the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) was briefed last night by the Australian Livestock Exporters' Council (ALEC) regarding its support for an Inspector General for the Welfare of Exported Animals.

Farmers call time on energy policy consternation

The National Farmers' Federation (NFF) is imploring Federal and State Energy Ministers to meet tomorrow with a genuine appetite to fix the national electricity market (NEM).

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Prime Minister launches Talking 2030

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull launched a new initiative by the NFF and Telstra which aims to spark a conversation about Australia’s farming future.

Energy: Powering Farm Business

Australian farmers require affordable, reliable and increasing lowering emissions energy sources. Agriculture also recognises the role it can play in meeting our nation's emissions targets.

NFF 2016-2017 Annual Review

Look back at the year that was for the National Farmers' Federation and it's state and commodity members in the 2016-2017 Annual Review.

UPDATED: Food, Fibre & Forestry Facts

By 2020, half of the world’s population will be on Australia’s northern doorstep, representing unparalleled opportunities for Australia’s economy, especially our dynamic farm sector.

Celebrating National Agriculture Day – well done Australia!

On Tuesday 21 November, Australians from Bondi to Broome, Tassie to the Top End celebrated the first National Agriculture Day. More than 50 AgDay events, big and small, were held across the country throughout the day. On social media, #AgDay posts reached more than 8 million social media users – providing great personal firsthand accounts of Australia’s remarkable farm sector.

Thank you Australia!


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