10 Things to know from QFF

21 Jun 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 21 June 2021

QFF is underwhelmed by the 2021-22 State Budget which appears to be all style and not enough substance. QFF CEO Dr Georgina Davis said the Budget’s headline numbers could not disguise that it...
14 Jun 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 14 June 2021

A group of #eatqld champions and QFF recently joined forces to showcase their produce and skills at the #eatqld long lunch held at Tommerup's Dairy Farm in the Scenic Rim. The lunch celebrated...
7 Jun 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 7 June 2021

Queensland’s agricultural sector has an established history of managing its waste streams effectively. At the forefront of these efforts, are the drumMUSTER and ChemClear container and chemical...
31 May 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 31 May 2021

The agriculture sector needs well-trained workers who have the capabilities required to face future opportunities including climate, new consumer trends, rapid technological developments, and...
24 May 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 24 May 2021

Queensland farmers are encouraged to apply for funding for drought-proofing works after the state and federal governments partnered to extend the On-farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate...
17 May 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 17 May 2021

QFF has acknowledged spending in the agriculture portfolio in the 2021-22 Federal Budget but noted the government’s lack of strategic vision to enhance the sector’s competitiveness,...
10 May 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 10 May 2021

Queensland farming business on transitional and obsolete tariffs will have less than three weeks to assess new retail tariffs and implement any required infrastructure when the Queensland...
4 May 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 4 May 2021

QFF has welcomed the activation of Category D assistance for farmers beginning the recovery process following damage caused by recent floods and cyclones. Eligible farmers can now access grants...
27 Apr 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 27 April 2021

Farmers throughout the Great Barrier Reef catchments will benefit from 11 new extension officer graduates who recently began a work placement program with various agricultural advisory and...
19 Apr 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 19 April 2021

We encourage Queensland farmers to attend upcoming webinars with Airbnb and unlock the potential for agritourism in the state, add value beyond their farm gate and share the incredible and...
12 Apr 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 12 April 2021

Queensland’s Valuer-General recently handed down the annual statutory land valuations for 25 local government areas, comprising 261,000 landholders across the state including 14,879 rural...
6 Apr 2021

10 Things to Know from QFF – 6 April 2021

Queensland farmers interested in sowing the seeds of opportunity and growing the state’s agritourism sector through world-class farm stays and exciting new farm experiences are encouraged to...