10 Things to know from QFF

23 Apr 2018

10 THINGS TO KNOW FROM QFF – 23 APRIL 2018

Prime agricultural land is rare and irreplaceable. It must be protected, particularly in a continent like Australia where only 10% of the land is arable, and only 3% can genuinely be classified...
16 Apr 2018

10 things to know from QFF – 16 April 2018

As the 2018 Commonwealth Games conclude, spectators should pause for a moment and consider our farmers who are quietly kicking their own goals. Our farmers are deservedly on top of the medal...
9 Apr 2018

10 Things to Know from QFF – 9 April 2018

The Queensland Government should consider the recent Grattan Institute Report recommendations and provide price relief for farmers struggling to pay their electricity bills. Read...
3 Apr 2018

10 things to know from QFF – 3 April 2018

Twelve months on from Cyclone Debbie QFF President Stuart Armitage reflects on what can be done better. Read our Queensland Country Life column HERE. The following Local Government Areas...
26 Mar 2018

10 things to know from QFF – 26 March 2018

QFF alongside members CANEGROWERS, Cotton Australia, Growcom, Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation; as well as AgForce are calling for the unbalanced vegetation management laws to be...
19 Mar 2018

10 things to know from QFF – 19 March 2018

Queensland agriculture is united in opposition to unbalanced Vegetation Management laws introduced by the State Government. See why QFF and its industry members are frustrated HERE. The...
12 Mar 2018

10 things to know from QFF – 12 March 2018

The State Labor Government has reintroduced vegetation management legislation into the Queensland Parliament. The legislation has been referred to the State Development, Natural Resources and...
5 Mar 2018

10 things to know from QFF – 5 March 2018

The Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) has released its draft determination on regulated retail electricity prices for regional Queensland in 2018–19. Draft determination HERE. Make a...
26 Feb 2018

10 things to know from QFF – 26 February 2018

Electricity prices are walking intensive agriculture off the cliff. The number of irrigating farm businesses in QLD has fallen by more than 42% since 2009-10 to just 5,416 in 2015-16. See...
19 Feb 2018

10 things to know from QFF – 19 February 2018

QFF has formally commemorated its 25th anniversary of uniting Queensland agriculture. See how far we've come and where we're going HERE. The Senate has sabotaged the fate of Northern Basin...
12 Feb 2018

10 things to know from QFF – 12 February 2018

The future of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan hangs in the balance today as our representatives in Canberra determine the fate of farmers, irrigation reliant communities and the environment. QFF...
5 Feb 2018

10 things to know from QFF – 5 February 2018

New rules overseeing the sale of Australian farmland to foreign investors will force real estate agents to show they have given local investors the chance to purchase the land first. Details...