10 Things to know from QFF

20 Feb 2017

10 things to know from QFF – 20 February 17

QFF industry member CANEGROWERS has presented the findings of its independent report into electricity prices to state parliamentarians last week. See the CANEGROWERS report and statement HERE. ...
13 Feb 2017

10 things to know from QFF – 13 February 17

The Australian Government has responded to the Horticulture Code of Conduct review. See what improvements will be put in place to improve the current code HERE. Government response HERE. ...
6 Feb 2017

10 Things to know from QFF – 6 February 17

Better biosecurity protection is now available for Australia's billion-dollar horticulture industry under BioSecure HACCP, developed by QFF industry member Nursery & Garden Industry...
30 Jan 2017

10 Things to know from QFF – 30 January 17

Queensland's prime agricultural land is under threat from gas field expansions, acquisitions and solar farms. See QFF President Stuart Armitage's QCL full column HERE. The ACCC has released...
23 Jan 2017

10 things to know from QFF – 23 January 17

The National Farmers' Federation (NFF) and AgForce have sought clarity from the federal government around proposed compulsory Defence Force land acquisitions at Shoalwater Bay on the...
16 Jan 2017

10 THINGS TO KNOW FROM QFF – 16 JANUARY 17

Watch why Dirranbandi grower Frank Deshon supports the #morethanflow in response to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority’s (MDBA) Northern Basin HERE. Make your voice heard on the proposed...
9 Jan 2017

10 things to know from QFF – 9 January 17

In this 2017 election year QFF will strive for improvements to in energy, regional planning, skills and employment, policy areas with social impacts such as farm debt and succession, and the...
19 Dec 2016

10 things to know from QFF – 19 December 16

Water assets will be included in stamp duty exemptions for family successions following QFF's constructive negotiations with the state government to extend the exemption initially overlooked in...
12 Dec 2016

10 things to know from QFF – 12 December 16

Do farmers have vision to see tariff transfer in 2020? There are 42,000+ regional customers could be in for a shock as the transitioning to cost-reflective electricity tariffs continues. See QFF...
5 Dec 2016

10 things to know from QFF – 5 Decemeber 16

The 18 month long backpacker tax saga has finally been resolved with the compromise 15 per cent tax rate passing both houses of the Australian Parliament last night. QFF statement HERE. (cont.) ...
29 Nov 2016

10 things to know from QFF – 29 November 16

The Backpacker Tax is set for resolution this week with Coalition announcing a compromise tax rate of 15%. The amended rate appears to be supported by key cross bench senators. See Growcom's...
21 Nov 2016

10 things to know from QFF – 21 November 16

The newly rebuilt Queensland Farmers' Federation (QFF) website is now LIVE. The new site has improved newsroom services, project information, eventsfunction and advocacy resources. See the new...