Previous Polls

Where to from here for the grassfed sector?

Things will get better
(29.1%)

Business as usual
(30.4%)

Slow decline
(40.5%)

Total Votes: 79
Poll Date: 20 July, 2015
Do you think mining poses a threat to farming?

Yes
(88.1%)

No
(11.9%)

Total Votes: 210
Poll Date: 13 July, 2015
Does the Ag White Paper deliver for farmers?

Yes
(26%)

No
(74%)

Total Votes: 127
Poll Date: 06 July, 2015
Do you think climate change will impact your farm or region?

Yes
(72.7%)

No
(27.3%)

Total Votes: 245
Poll Date: 29 June, 2015
Should the NFF be moved out of Canberra closer to farms?

Yes
(56%)

No
(44%)

Total Votes: 166
Poll Date: 22 June, 2015
Where should the GRDC be based?

Wagga Wagga, NSW
(20.2%)

Perth, WA
(8.6%)

Canberra, ACT
(32.5%)

Armidale, NSW
(11%)

Scattered around
(27.6%)

Total Votes: 163
Poll Date: 15 June, 2015
How's your farm faring financially this season?

Tip-top
(12.9%)

So-so
(27.4%)

Ordinary
(29%)

Dire straits
(30.6%)

Total Votes: 62
Poll Date: 09 June, 2015
Are wind farms a good or bad idea?

Great - renewables are the future
(42.3%)

OK - if far away from people, livestock
(25.2%)

Unsure - need more evidence
(14.1%)

Terrible - damaging to health
(18.4%)

Total Votes: 163
Poll Date: 01 June, 2015
Should rural RDCs be relocated away from Canberra?

Yes, get them close to the farms
(70.8%)

No, too far from decision-makers
(29.2%)

Total Votes: 113
Poll Date: 25 May, 2015
Are you getting a good return on your cattle in real terms?

Yes
(27%)

No
(73%)

Total Votes: 152
Poll Date: 18 May, 2015

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Well done Steve,it is easy to see why Purchers have been so successful over 5 decades
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Reality of supply and demand. I remember many oat marketers including CBH saying while they were
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At a $114 per tonne i feel like we have been bent over & abused .They went out of their way to
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