The government has released the details of $63.8 million package to reduce emissions in agriculture and contribute to the whole-of-economy transition to net zero.

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The National Farmers Federation has penned an open letter to Prime Minister Anthony Albanese outlining its grievances with what it...
The Federal Government is seeking proposals for new Australian Carbon Credit Unit (ACCU) Scheme methods as part of a new proponent...
Members of Australian agriculture’s peak policy-making forum no longer have confidence in the Federal Government to have the indus...
The National Farmers Federation has penned an open letter to Prime Minister Anthony Albanese outlining its grievances with what it is calling an “anti-farming government”.  
The Federal Government is seeking proposals for new Australian Carbon Credit Unit (ACCU) Scheme methods as part of a new proponent-led process launched on Tuesday. 
Members of Australian agriculture’s peak policy-making forum no longer have confidence in the Federal Government to have the industry's back.  
Farmers have walked out on the agriculture minister to show their fury at the 2028 live sheep export ban, while also expressing disappointment at the budget. The Biosecurity Tax has likely been shelved after the Greens declared they wouldn't support it.
Fury over a ban on live sheep export by sea and a biosecurity levy may be eased by a series of packages to manage drought and boost the agriculture workforce. 
The export of live sheep by sea from Australia will be banned from May 2028, enraging farmers and peak agricultural groups describing the four-year timeline as a "slap in the face" that would have dire outcomes.
Laws to break up supermarket giants that abuse their market power should be introduced, a parliamentary inquiry has recommended, while calling for measures banning price gouging at the check-out.
As National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) President David Jochinke travels around Australia speaking to farmers, there are three burning topics on his mind.
The NSW Government has announced funding to make $1 electronic identification (eID) tags available to NSW sheep and goat farmers. 

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