Current Polls

Has the government dropped the ball on internet biosecurity?




Previous Polls

Is our ag export strategy on track?

YES
(41.2%)

NO
(58.8%)

Total Votes: 153
Poll Date: 17 November, 2014
Can farmers feed 9 billion people by 2050?

Yes
(26.6%)

No
(36.7%)

Only if we adapt
(36.7%)

Total Votes: 158
Poll Date: 10 November, 2014
What role should producers play in reducing carbon emissions?

Small - not urgent yet
(44.8%)

Average - whatever's required
(29.7%)

Huge - starting yesterday
(25.5%)

Total Votes: 165
Poll Date: 03 November, 2014
Did the live ex ban help or harm Australia long-term?

Harm - industry crippled
(66.4%)

Help - ESCAS a good result
(33.6%)

Total Votes: 318
Poll Date: 28 October, 2014
Is Barnaby an agricultural visionary?

Bravo, great job Barney
(25.6%)

More action needed on ideas
(27.1%)

Nope, just another pollie
(47.3%)

Total Votes: 547
Poll Date: 20 October, 2014
Is a rural real estate boom good news or bad for the farming sector?

Good news
(40.5%)

Bad news
(59.5%)

Total Votes: 333
Poll Date: 13 October, 2014
Who is ultimately responsible for the welfare of exported livestock?

The federal government
(41%)

Livestock export organisations
(36.6%)

Livestock producers in Australia
(2.3%)

Livestock purchasers overseas
(18.7%)

Animal welfare organisations
(0.3%)

I don't know
(1.2%)

Total Votes: 686
Poll Date: 06 October, 2014
Do Australian farmers earn less than waiters?

Yes
(64.6%)

No
(35.4%)

Total Votes: 339
Poll Date: 29 September, 2014
Do single desks benefit Australian farmers?

Yes
(58.5%)

No
(41.5%)

Total Votes: 275
Poll Date: 22 September, 2014

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DISCLAIMER: These polls are not scientific and reflect the opinions of only those Internet users who have chosen to participate. Poll results cannot be assumed to represent the opinions of Internet users in general, nor the public as a whole. Farm Weekly is not responsible for the opinions expressed herein.

COMMENTS

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Sugar is poison and should be avoided, 3 years for me and never healthier, or lighter.
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I don't think you understand, Max, how science operates. Research results are published, for all
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How could any growers attend? you don't run sheep in Sydney, not the 4 legged type anyway. Most
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