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.
The 2020 rates have been adjusted this year as part of the NSW Government's drought relief package. No amounts shown on your notice are payable. More info here.
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
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.
Pest animal workshop series
Landholders are invited to attend a community workshop where we will outline a number of important pest animal programs and projects for the year ahead, highlighted by the Professional Wild Dog Controller Program and ‘Western Tracks’ collaring project. Landholders will also be asked to assist in mapping out 'hot spots' of wild dog activity in their area.
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- Pest animal workshops offer an opportunity to meet professional wild dog controllers
14 January 2020
- Contracts signed and work underway to manage invasive species
10 December 2019
- Learning takes flight as kids teach community about the Regent Parrot
05 December 2019
Trapping and collaring wild dogs community workshop (Tilpa)
10 February 2020
Trapping and collaring wild dogs community workshop (Louth)
10 February 2020
Trapping and collaring wild dogs community workshop (Bourke)
12 February 2020