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 The WA Government is establishing a taskforce to support farmers experiencing dry conditions. Credit: Mark Saunders.

WA Government announces 2024 dry season taskforce

A dry season taskforce will be established in WA to support farmers experiencing dry conditions.

17 April 2024

A red meat delegation from WA heads to the UK with the hope of unlocking trade opportunities for beef and sheep. Photo: Pamela Lawson.

WA red meat delegation on a mission to boost UK trade opportunities

Red meat representatives from WA are heading on a seven day tour of the UK.

25 March 2024

The WA ag minister has been accused on failing to stand up for the state's sheep producers. Picture Mark Saunders.

WA government accused of having "secret" live export meetings

The WA Government has been meeting with federal ministers about a transition package for farmers.

20 March 2024

 Farmers in WA's south west can now apply for funding to support carbon farming projects, with soil testing, preparation and seed purchasing among the eligible activities Picture Mark Saunders.

New carbon project funding available in WA

WA Government announces $2.77m in funding for carbon farming projects across the south-west.

08 March 2024

 WA gun licence holders are being encouraged to hand in their firearms, as the Government's buyback scheme gets underway. Photo credit: DG FotoStock, Shutterstock.

WA's firearm buyback scheme kicks off

Licence holders in WA are encouraged to hand in guns under the state's $64.3m buyback scheme.

19 February 2024

 Boston and his pack are sniffing out unwanted guests that threaten WA agriculture this festive season. Photo credit: DPIRD.

WA Government ramps up biosecurity

WA Government ramps biosecurity checks for the festive season

13 December 2023

NFF president, David Jochinke, welcomes the WA Premier's support. Photo courtesy of NFF.

WA Premier backs live sheep trade

The WA Premier said the Federal Government should reconsider its plan to ban live sheep exports.

01 December 2023

 The WA Government has extended its eID Tag Incentive Scheme until the end of next year. Photo courtesy of  DPIRD.

WA electronic tag discount scheme extended

WA sheep and goat producers have until the end of next year to get discounted eID tags.

17 November 2023


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