Previous Polls

Are you increasing your summer crop plantings?

Yes
(60%)

No
(40%)

Total Votes: 25
Poll Date: 07 December, 2015
Is a Senate inquiry into foreign investment needed?

Yes
(88.9%)

No
(11.1%)

Undecided
(0%)

Total Votes: 9
Poll Date: 30 November, 2015
Do you agree with the Kidman sale ruling?

Yes
(53.1%)

No
(28.1%)

Undecided
(18.8%)

Total Votes: 32
Poll Date: 23 November, 2015
Is a federal Senate inquiry into CSG mining necessary?

Yes
(88.9%)

No
(11.1%)

Total Votes: 27
Poll Date: 16 November, 2015
Should foreign investment rules for ag be reduced?

Yes
(17.5%)

No
(70%)

Undecided
(12.5%)

Total Votes: 40
Poll Date: 09 November, 2015
Is the El Nino system impacting your on-farm operations?

Yes
(51.6%)

No
(48.4%)

Total Votes: 31
Poll Date: 02 November, 2015
How would you describe telecommunication services in your area?

Good
(15.2%)

Hit and miss
(63%)

Hopeless
(21.7%)

Total Votes: 46
Poll Date: 26 October, 2015
Have cattle prices hit their peak this year?

Yes
(73.2%)

No
(26.8%)

Total Votes: 41
Poll Date: 19 October, 2015
Is the TPP a good deal for Australian agriculture?

Yes
(34.1%)

No
(43.2%)

Undecided - time will tell
(22.7%)

Total Votes: 44
Poll Date: 12 October, 2015
Should generic beef marketing be reduced in Australia?

Yes
(44.2%)

No
(34.9%)

Undecided
(20.9%)

Total Votes: 43
Poll Date: 05 October, 2015

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Ho hum.... very few of these "investors" actually understand the true value of a well managed
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People need to get their facts straight before they make a story like this. This fire was
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I have worked as a shearer for 50 + Years many sheds just the same as when I first
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