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Sheep Producers Australia welcomes the opportunity to offer feedback through submission to the Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee inquiry into the provisions of the Agriculture (Biosecurity Protection) Levies Bill 2024 and related bills (the Bills). 

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In advance of the delivery of the Federal Budget, Sheep Producers Australia provides this submission to highlight the way in which the Australian lamb and sheepmeat industry can work with the Government to continue to improve the sheep industry’s contribution to the economy and assist agriculture to become a $100 billion industry by 2030.

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Sheep Producers Australia welcomes the opportunity to offer feedback through submission to the Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee inquiry into the provisions of the Agriculture (Biosecurity Protection) Levies Bill 2024 and related bills (the Bills). 

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In advance of the delivery of the Federal Budget, Sheep Producers Australia provides this submission to highlight the way in which the Australian lamb and sheepmeat industry can work with the Government to continue to improve the sheep industry’s contribution to the economy and assist agriculture to become a $100 billion industry by 2030.

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Sheep Producers Australia welcomes the opportunity to offer feedback through submission to the Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee inquiry into the provisions of the Agriculture (Biosecurity Protection) Levies Bill 2024 and related bills (the Bills). 

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In advance of the delivery of the Federal Budget, Sheep Producers Australia provides this submission to highlight the way in which the Australian lamb and sheepmeat industry can work with the Government to continue to improve the sheep industry’s contribution to the economy and assist agriculture to become a $100 billion industry by 2030.

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Sheep Producers Australia welcomes the opportunity to offer feedback on the Australian Government’s Agriculture, Land and Emissions Discussion Paper through this submission, to assist with the design of The Agriculture and Land Sector Plan. 

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Sheep Producers Australia welcomes the opportunity to offer feedback on the Climate Change
Authority’s Issues paper on ‘Targets, Pathways and Progress’. Sheep Producers Australia is the
collective national voice on issues affecting Australian sheep production, representing the interests of
close to 20,000 sheep farming businesses. 

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Sheep Producers Australia welcomes the opportunity to offer feedback on the Australian Government’s Agriculture, Land and Emissions Discussion Paper through this submission, to assist with the design of The Agriculture and Land Sector Plan. 

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Sheep Producers Australia welcomes the opportunity to offer feedback on the Climate Change
Authority’s Issues paper on ‘Targets, Pathways and Progress’. Sheep Producers Australia is the
collective national voice on issues affecting Australian sheep production, representing the interests of
close to 20,000 sheep farming businesses. 

carbon_sub.png

Sheep Producers Australia welcomes the opportunity to offer feedback on the Australian Government’s Agriculture, Land and Emissions Discussion Paper through this submission, to assist with the design of The Agriculture and Land Sector Plan. 

carbon_sub.png

Sheep Producers Australia welcomes the opportunity to offer feedback on the Climate Change
Authority’s Issues paper on ‘Targets, Pathways and Progress’. Sheep Producers Australia is the
collective national voice on issues affecting Australian sheep production, representing the interests of
close to 20,000 sheep farming businesses. 

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Sheep Producers Australia welcomes the opportunity to submit feedback on the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Amendment (Virtual Stock Fencing) Bill 2024 (the Bill). Sheep Producers Australia is the collective national voice on issues that affect Australian sheep production, representing close to 20,000 sheep farming businesses.

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