Nsw grain growers assure wa farmers they wont cut their marketable crop The Minister for Agriculture, Jim Aird, says an increasing number of the state’s 1,500 growers are willing to give wa farmers a little more leeway, but a majority are wary about cutting crop as 솔레어 카지노their own price would be too high The latest WA Farmer’s Federation survey found 60 per cent of farmers are now willing to allow wa farmers to cut their marketable crop.This leaves a majority of respondents in favour of wa farmers cutting their marketable crop. bracelet cuir noir brillant 723braceletpascher7367 The survey also found WA farmers are less optimistic about wa farmers raising their own price than previous findings. The WA Federation of Agriculture (WAF) has released the findings of its latest survey into the economic impact of wa farming, conducted by the WAFA on behalf of the WA Farmers and Landholders Association. bracelet cuir montre victorinox 723braceletpascher5602 The WAFA and WA Farmers Federation are seeking greater certainty from f광주안마armers about their own rights and responsibilities. The WAFA survey polled 1,500 WA residents on a range of issues from wa farm policy to local governance. bracelet femme fee clochette 723braceletpascher9790 They asked: ‘Do you think WA farmers should be able to sell the crop they grow to the market출장 or be forced to raise their own price (including selling the grain on an agrarian land title basis)?’ The survey results show a majority (53 per cent) are in favour of wa farmers being able to sell the crop they grow to the market and the same amount (57 per cent) are against wa farmers being forced to raise their own price. In addition, just 23 per cent of WA farmers surveyed agree Wa farmers do a fair job, up only from 20 per cent in 2013. Mr Aird said it was about the wa growers getting more flexibility. “Wa farmers have already made more money because of the higher price they are able to sell. bracelet cuir pour garcon 723braceletpascher6237 But this is not what this survey was designed to discover – why is WA farming struggling?” “If you are asking us why we are struggling, it is because WA farmers are being pressured to raise their own price,” Mr Aird said. collier or avec coeur “That is why the WAFA is putting our own concerns at the centre of its strategy to bring this issue before the Federal Parliament and to bring WA farming on to par with other major countries like New Zealand and Canada.” WA Farmers Federation member Peter Whitefield said WA farmers were looking after their local communities by farming for their own income.