MACHINERY

Peak machinery body supports right to repair but not to modify

THE Tractor and Machinery Association of Australia (TMA) has released a Statement of Principles in response to industry authorities looking into potential issues with farmers repairing their own machinery.

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 The TMA has laid out its approach for the right to repair farm machinery. Picture Mark Saunders.

The TMA has laid out its approach for the right to repair farm machinery. Picture Mark Saunders.

The Statement of Principles sets out agricultural manufacturers and importers' support for Australian farmers' ability to maintain and repair their own machinery but notes concerns with modifying equipment....

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