10 Things to know from QFF

3 Aug 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 3 August 2020

QFF and its members have welcomed the Queensland LNP’s commitment to reduce water prices for the state’s irrigators by 20 per cent if elected in October, but require modelling to provide...
27 Jul 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 27 July 2020

QFF has partnered with home-grown Australian businesses to provide additional value and support for the 14,000 primary producers the peak agricultural body represents. Read more and access...
20 Jul 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 20 July 2020

Women’s work and expertise are critical in maintaining and developing agricultural businesses and there is considerable work to be done to ensure farm businesswomen achieve the recognition they...
13 Jul 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 13 July 2020

Rates charges and other council budget processes must be transparent. Land valuation increases do not correlate to a need for more funds to administer the region. Read QFF's Queensland Country...
6 Jul 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 6 July 2020

QFF has partnered with consulting firm Jacobs to identify the top five irrigation water infrastructure projects that the state government should prioritise to deliver sustainable economic growth...
29 Jun 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 29 June 2020

The Queensland Competition Authority has failed to deliver the spark that farming businesses on transitional and obsolete tariffs need with the release of their final determination on 2020-2021...
22 Jun 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 22 June 2020

QFF and industry members are frustrated and disappointed after the state government rejected an opportunity to reconsider the regulatory burden that Reef regulations place on farmers. Read the...
15 Jun 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 15 June 2020

Farmers may benefit from more secure, affordable and reliable energy after Queensland Farmers' Federation, Cotton Australia, Reaqua Solar Pumping and Constructive Energy were successful in...
8 Jun 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 8 June 2020

A recent report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows the volume of water used for irrigation was at its lowest level since 2010-11, down 26 per cent to 7.2 million megalitres in...
1 Jun 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 1 June 2020

Fourteen trainee extension officers have successfully graduated from the Agriculture Extension Work Placement Program ready to begin their careers after a year working with various natural...
25 May 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 25 May 2020

The agriculture sector continues to play its part by limiting the impact of fire ants and fulfilling its post border prevention and management obligations to ensure Queensland's economy,...
18 May 2020

10 Things to Know from QFF – 18 May 2020

The Queensland agriculture sector needs a coordinated education and training support from TAFE and other training providers to ensure an appropriately qualified workforce that can meet industry...