The dairy industry is in the fight of our lives on a number of fronts. While the drought continues, fodder and water are trading at record or near-record
That’s a $79/ML increase since the month before and 420 per cent higher than it was a year ago.
manufacturers from using product names which have a connection with EU countries, such as Parmesan and Fetta.
more than $180 million and export sales averaging more than $55 million.
production will be affected, averaging $300 million in domestic and export sales per year.
for skilled migrants looking for work on dairy farms, the federal government has now brought us a step closer to securing a permanent skilled workforce.
for TSS visa entry to Australia for up to four years with the possibility of renewal and permanent residency via the 187 visa.
can obtain permanent residency in other countries.
but they also bring with them new technological insights gained overseas to apply to Australian farming and revitalise local communities.
return for their hard work.
– Terry Richardson, ADF President