Foreign voters to shape Australian farmers future as far right rocks Europe

JG
Updated June 11 2024 - 6:43pm, first published 12:05pm
Dutch farmers took to the streets in tractors in a recent protest. Picture by Shutterstock.
Dutch farmers took to the streets in tractors in a recent protest. Picture by Shutterstock.

Ballot boxes in foreign lands could direct the fate of Australian agriculture over coming years as much as domestic policy if the rise of extreme conservative populism armed with protectionist policies alters foreign market access.

JG

Jason Gregory

National Rural Affairs Writer

National rural affairs writer for ACM's agricultural print and digital publications, covering federal politics, agri-politics and life in the regions. 2023 National Rural Press Club award winner. Send story tips to jason.gregory@austcommunitymedia.com.au

Get the latest WA news in your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy.