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Give growers say on further deregulation

FURTHER changes to wheat deregulation need to be delayed until growers have time to assess if they are working, according to federal shadow agriculture minister John Cobb.

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Give growers say on further deregulation

Cobb says a bill introduced into parliament to abolish Wheat Exports Australia shows the government doesn't care about agriculture. "Long drought, floods, back to back wet harvests, and a high dollar...

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