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  • VFF Grains Conference to look at the business side of farming 

    GRAIN growers from across Victoria will hear experts discuss trade, globalisation and how the broader economic policies are likely to affect agriculture at next Monday’s Victorian Farmers Federation Grains Conference with Treasury Secretary John Fras
  • VFF welcomes Federal Government’s response to Hort Code review 

    THE Victorian horticulture industry has welcomed the Federal Government’s pledge to ensure practices in the sector stay fair and balanced with the release today of the Government’s long-awaited response to the independent inquiry into the Horticultur
  • Farmers’ Fund achieves million litre milestone 

    The Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) is thrilled to announce that one million litres of Farmers’ Fund milk has been sold at Coles’ supermarkets in Victoria since the product’s launch last September.
  • Farmers relieved at political support for fracking ban 

    VICTORIA’S peak farmer group has praised both the State Government and Opposition for putting the interests of landholders above politics by not risking prime agricultural resources for short term gains by gas and mining companies.
  • VFF urges eID knowledge boost at new workshops 

    THE Victorian Farmers Federation is encouraging livestock producers to boost their understanding of sheep and goat electronic identification tags by attending a series workshops being run across the Wimmera, Mallee and French Island by the State Gove
  • EPA boost raises farmer concerns 

    NEW environmental reforms being considered by the Victorian Government could lead to inflamed tensions between farmers and other residents in rural communities.
  • Government wild dog plan needs revamp, says VFF 

    VICTORIAN farmers are calling on the Andrews Government to ramp up its efforts to wipe out the state’s wild dog problem after the Opposition on Saturday released its alternative plan to control the pests.
  • Electronic tags won’t burden farmers, says VFF 

    SHEEP producers expected to move from marking their flock with visual tags to the new electronic identification system won’t bear the burden of increased costs or time, according to Victoria’s peak farmer organisation.
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