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Key agricultural activities in our arid region are wool growing, cotton, grains, grapes and stone fruits. There is also increasing goat and sheep meat production.

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Updates

  • BUSHFIRE EMERGENCY RESPONSE

    Assistance is available for landholders in bushfire affected parts of NSW. Call the Agriculture and Animal Services Hotline on 1800 814 647. More information here.

  • BUSHFIRE EMERGENCY RESPONSE

    Together with NSW DPI, we are providing animal welfare assistance to fire affected landholders and communities. Read the latest information here.

  • Bushfire Emergency Response

    Many of our staff are assisting with the NSW bushfire response, so there may be temporary delays in some services or answering your enquiries. We apologise for any inconvenience. More info here.

  • Workshop series

    We have joined with the NSW Department of Primary Industries to host five workshops around the Western region that will aim to assist landholders and community members with their farm energy use. Workshops will be held in Dareton, Pooncarie, Ivanhoe, Wilcannia and Packsaddle from 2 - 5 December.

  • Droughthub

    DroughtHub provides a one-stop online destination for information on a vast range of services and support available to primary producers, their families and communities to prepare for and manage drought conditions.

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