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Speech - Rabobank Farm2Fork Summit - Doing more with less - Innovation & Sustainable agriculture - Thursday, 28 March 2019

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Almost six years on, government finds a role for farmers and vegetation

After almost six years in office, the Morrison Government has finally discovered the need to incentivise the adoption of best-practice land management techniques in the agriculture sector.

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Labor to deliver jobs and water for Tasmania

A Shorten Labor Government will help create up to 3,900 jobs in Tasmania by committing $100 million towards Tranche Three of Tasmania’s Irrigation Scheme.

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Government spending taxpayers' money to keep live sheep trade alive

The Morrison Government plans to spend $2.2 million of taxpayers’ money on a research project in an attempt to work around the scientific conclusions of its own reviews of the live sheep trade.

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Forestry industry deserves more on International Day of Forests

Australia’s Forestry industry will be left disappointed and underwhelmed by the Morrison Government’s latest funding announcement devised to celebrate International Day of Forests today.

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Transcript - Radio Interview - WA Country Hour - Tuesday, 21 March 2019

SUBJECTS: Dairy crisis, Labor’s Minimum Farm Gate Milk Price proposal, Live Sheep Exports, Ag Visa, agriculture portfolio.

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Transcript - Radio Interview - 2NM - Wednesday, 20 March 2019

SUBJECTS: Casualisation in the mining industry.

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Dairy industry needs government action

Labor welcomes the decisions of Coles and Aldi to raise their retail milk price.

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Littleproud's Dairy Media Release About Nothing

Agriculture Minister David Littleproud today issued a media release about absolute nothing.

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Another week has passed and the Morrison Government still has no answers for the forestry industry

Another week has passed and the Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Senator Colbeck is still sitting on his hands and has provided no further details to the forestry industry about the outcome of the internal review into the Carbon Farming Initiative Water Rule.

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