Check out the latest drought assistance available to eligible primary producers from the Queensland Government.
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.
As we farewell what was a very challenging year we would like to wish you all – your families and friends – a wonderful festive season. We look forward to seeing you in the new year! Please note that Carrick Aland’s office will be closed from 24th December 2020 and will reopen on 4th January 2021.
Cotton with a Conscience report examines the contribution that cotton makes to our economy, the investment in the health, safety, education and prosperity of its workforce, and the ways in which cotton community businesses and individuals give back locally through financial, time and in-kind contributions.
The Government announced changes to the Drought loan scheme. The biggest change is the enhancement of Drought loan terms to offer 2 years interest free, 3 years interest only and 5 years principal and interest. Loans are for amounts of up to $2 million.