Check out the latest drought assistance available to eligible primary producers from the Queensland Government.
Carrick Aland’s Succession Planning Workshop in Pittsworth helped farm families understand financial stability, family continuity and fairness, and gain a foundation for confident succession planning in the future.
Farmers who have been affected by the bushfires are encouraged to complete a Disaster Impact Survey so their specific needs can be assessed and prioritised.
Carrick Aland’s free succession planning workshops with Wayne Turner are tailored for farming individuals or family groups entering the journey of farm succession. Register now to secure your free place in Pittsworth 15 November.
The On-farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme is being extended and expanded 30 June 2024. This extension includes support for farmers impacted by natural disasters to utilise the scheme. More information on how to apply coming soon.