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A warming climate will drive up food prices, but we can limit the impacts if we act decisively.

Farmers are reducing methane, and Meat & Livestock Australia has a carbon neutral by 2030 goal, but the kicker is we really need policy that brings an end to burning fossil fuels.

Full story is at Yahoo News, click the link in our bio to read ๐Ÿ”—๐Ÿฎ
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This is Pete. Grab a pint of @younghenrys Newtowner for farmers like him before the end of May in participating @solotel_group pubs across Sydney. Youโ€™ll be helping to power our movement of farmers across Australia with $1 from every pint sold. ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿป ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ #beerstagram #beersnob #beersforclimatechange ...

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Entering the last weekend that @younghenrys Newtowner pints are available at schooner prices, with $1 from every pint sold being donated to Farmers for Climate Action! Weโ€™ve loved this campaign. Thanks @groundswellgiving @younghenrys and the many participating pubs in Sydney within the @solotel_group for championing Australian farmers pushing for strong economy-wide climate policies ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ #beersforclimatechange ...

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You`re invited to join our next webinar: Biodiversity on farm ๐ŸŒฑ Find out what the Nature Repair Market means for farmers and for biodiversity as a whole, and have your big questions answered!

RSVP using our Linktree!
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Today weโ€™re at Bramblewick Farm in Tasmania talking soil organic matter and carbon with Dr Matthew Harrison from @universityoftasmania, multi species cover crops with agronomist Robin Tait, and climate leadership with Anthony Houston from Houstonโ€™s Farm. Great to be working with @nrmnorth on this field day. ...

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Express your interest now to attend our free online Climate Essentials Workshop โ˜€ With world-leading scientists providing talks and answering your questions, this workshop will cover topics such as climate change science, carbon farming, adaptation options, agri-politics, and communicating climate change. The link to submit your EOI is in our bio.

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#climateaction #agriculture #agriculturelife #farmingforever #farmers #farmingforever #aussieagriculture #climate #scholarship #nuffield #aussiefarm #aussiefarmers #farmlife
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๐Ÿง‘โ€๐ŸŒพ Calling all farmers from Taree! Join Farmers for Climate Action, @solar_citizens and Manning Landcare in Taree this Wednesday for a free BBQ and info night about the future of electric vehicles on farm and in the regions! We`ll have an electric ute and a chance to ask your EV questions ๐Ÿšœ

RSVP at the link in our bio!

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#taree #wingham #visittaree #visittareensw #manning #landcare #farmers #farmingforever #australianfarmers #electricvehicle #climateaction #electriccar
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ABC NEWS: Tassie farmer Rob McCreath is one of a growing group of farmers who have ditched diesel where they can by adopting electric cars, bikes, side-by-sides and autonomous equipment.

We know farmers want to reduce emissions - Farmers for Climate Action sees a role for government to provide support for farmers by investing in emissions reduction technologies and initiatives, such as an instant tax asset write-off for renewable energy or on-farm energy storage.

๐Ÿ๏ธ Read the full story via the link in our bio
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NEW PODCAST: In this episode of Over the Fence, we are joined by Prof Richard Eckard - a world authority on sustainable agriculture with a focus on carbon neutral ag and adaptation.

In this conversation, Fiona and Cam asked Richard about the opportunities out there for farmers as they look to reduce emissions on farm, as well as whatโ€™s just around the corner.

๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ Click the link in our bio to find โ€œOver the Fenceโ€ full podcast episodes.

๐ŸŽง Or search for โ€œOver the Fenceโ€ on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Soundcloud

#farmingforever #agriculture #aussieag #climatechange #farming #aussiefarmers #livestock #methane #carbonneutral
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Beers for climate action!! Weโ€™re beyond thrilled to be partnering with @younghenrys @groundswellgiving and the many venues across Sydney within @solotel_group throughout May. For every delicious Newtowner pint sold in participating pubs, $1 will be donated to Farmers for Climate Action! Legends. Shout out to Pete who drove four hours from his sheep and crop farm in Hardern to high five the team for this project ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ ...

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ABC News has shared the stories of a number of cattle farmers leading the way on climate-smart farming - it`s a great read!

Click the link in our bio to read the article. ๐Ÿ”—
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Jessica and Thomas Murray are part of a multigenerational family-run property with Tom`s parents and brother at Trilby Station in far western NSW. They graze livestock for meat and fibre production, plus additional carbon projects and a farm stay tourism venture.

"We are responding to and preparing for extreme weather more and more often. It permeates into our short and long term decision making, and dictates priorities. In contrast the opportunities for involvement in the carbon market, sustainable practices and renewable energy investment have had positive impacts on the business, its diversification and survivability."

Read Jess`s full profile via the link in our bio - click through to our Farmer in Focus series ๐Ÿ”—
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Fiona Marshall and her family are farmers from Mulwala in NSW. They farm 4000Ha, mainly grain growing with a prime lamb enterprise.

Fiona is part of our Climate Smart Farming Scholarship group, sharing tools and knowledge to inform her farming enterprise for a prosperous and sustainable future.

Fiona`s profile is featured in our Farmer in Focus series - follow the link in our bio to read more ๐ŸŒพ
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Jane Kellock and her family produce sheep and grain at Farrell Flat in SA, and her profile is now up as part of our Farmer in Focus series.

Jane says: "I really want strong, forward thinking leaders speaking about the proactive adaptations that we are doing to ensure that we are world leaders in the area of sustainability โ€“ but also profitable and resilient. We will need to be future focused on our environment, our animals and our people."

Read Jane`s farming story via the `Farmer in Focus` link in our bio ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒพ

#farmingforever #australianfarmer #aussieagriculture #sheep #graingrower #womeninag
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Georgia Beattie is an organic mushroom farmer from Diggers Rest in Victoria. We`re stoked that she`s also part of our inaugural Climate-Smart Farming Scholarship program.

"Being the change that you want to see in the world is really going to pay dividends when we are forced to make changes that are conscious of the environment, animals, communities and people."

Read @gbeattie`s full story via the link in our bio to our Farmer in Focus series ๐Ÿ”—

@bullapark #farmingforever #aussieagriculture #aussiefarmer #womeninag #ruralaustralia #mushrooms #organics
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We are coming to Mulwala! If you`re around, please join us for a free BBQ and info night about the future of electric vehicles on farm and in the regions! We`ll have an electric ute on site and plenty of time for questions. The event is cohosted by @solar_citizens and @riverine_plains. RSVP at the link in our bio! ...

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Caitlin McConnel and her family produce beef cattle on the family property near Toogoolawah, in Queensland, with agrivoltaics and agritourism built into their business too.

"Having grown up in the generation that was told `donโ€™t be a farmer`, I am incredibly excited by the opportunities now available in the industry. The global pandemic and emerging awareness of climate change have really brought the attention back to agriculture as being a fundamental human need, and my hope is that consumers, businesses, and governments will continue to embrace the industry as a solution to long-term food security, and a key component of any plan to achieve net zero."

Caitlin is part of our Climate-Smart Farming Scholarship cohort, and you can read her `Farmer in Focus profile` on our website - follow the link in our bio

#farmingforever #queenslandfarmer #renewableenergy #ruralaustralia #aussiefarmer #climateaction
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The latest episode of Over the Fence podcast is out, featuring guest Tony Mahar, CEO of @nationalfarmers. Listen to the full episode by following the link in our bio to find โ€œOver the Fenceโ€, or subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Soundcloud ๐ŸŽง ...

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We had such a wonderful night in Lismore for our final presentation on climate and animal health with @vetsforclimateaction ๐Ÿ” We were so impressed by the amount of knowledge and enthusiasm in the room! Thanks to everyone who came along.

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We had such an incredible group of people join us for our climate change and animal health workshop in Grafton yesterday! The passion in the room was so inspiring โ˜€๏ธ Thank you @vetsforclimateaction for another excellent presentation! ...

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Last night we had another fantastic evening talking climate change and animal health with @vetsforclimateaction in Dorrigo NSW! Thank you to everyone who came along and contributed ๐Ÿง‘โ€๐ŸŒพ

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A warming climate will drive up food prices, but we can limit the impacts if we act decisively.

Farmers are reducing methane, and Meat & Livestock Australia has a carbon neutral by 2030 goal, but the kicker is we really need policy that brings an end to burning fossil fuels.

Read the full story here at Yahoo News: yhoo.it/3OUdQ79
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A warming climate will drive up food prices, but we can limit the impacts if we act decisively. 

Farmers are reducing methane, and Meat & Livestock Australia has a carbon neutral by 2030 goal, but the kicker is we really need policy that brings an end to burning fossil fuels.

Read the full story here at Yahoo News: https://yhoo.it/3OUdQ79

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Love this. The truth is farmers will be amongst the first hit by climate change. They should be supported in upskilling in new techniques and new green technologies. So they can continue to provide for the community. #empowerment

With the recent price offerings for milk solids, it seems the consumers will pay more and the farmers will get less

If people can afford million dollar homes and complain about food prices. There's something realy wrong with the whole country. We have overseas super funds buying up Australian family farms pushing land prices over what they are worth and not letting young people a chance to own their own farm. This is reducing the work force in rural areas our towns are dying because of all the empty house left to fall down. To reduce Carbon is simply growing trees for shelter and wind breaks that's been cleared this then has a twofold effect reducing wind drying out our soils and slowing storms as they move across the paddocks and this increases rainfall and this is not rocket science.

The Dutch Farmers know where’s it at. Unlike farmers for climate action who really don’t know what they are actually asking for www.thefp.com/p/the-revolt-of-the-dutch-farmers

This is the bigger danger … apple.news/A6zwbKLrISYW8kE1KTX54wQ

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This is Pete. Grab a pint of @younghenrys Newtowner for farmers like him before the end of May in participating @solotel_group pubs across Sydney. Youโ€™ll be helping to power our movement of farmers across Australia with $1 from every pint sold. ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿป ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ #beerstagram #beersnob #beersforclimatechange ... See MoreSee Less

This is Pete. Grab a pint of @younghenrys Newtowner for farmers like him before the end of May in participating @solotel_group pubs across Sydney. Youโ€™ll be helping to power our movement of farmers across Australia with $1 from every pint sold. ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿป ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ #beerstagram #beersnob #beersforclimatechange

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Drinking on the job Pete?๐Ÿ˜‰

Bloody dreamers, Privileged people in the city with no idea. Beer made and transported by fossil fuel, cooled by coal, lights by coal. Would be bloody cold & dark in NSW tonight without fossil fuels.

Entering the last weekend that @younghenrys Newtowner pints are available at schooner prices, with $1 from every pint sold being donated to Farmers for Climate Action! Weโ€™ve loved this campaign. Thanks @groundswellgiving @younghenrys and the many participating pubs in Sydney within the @solotel_group for championing Australian farmers pushing for strong economy-wide climate policies ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ #beersforclimatechange ... See MoreSee Less

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