Current Polls

Is a low Aussie dollar good for Australian farmers?



Does Queensland's new mining and environmental legislation go far enough to protect the rights of landholders and the community?



Would you vote yes for Clive's Australia Fund?



Are rural health services improving?




Previous Polls

Who should fix the rural debt situation?

Banks
(5.6%)

Governments
(9.8%)

Communities
(0.7%)

Individuals
(13.3%)

All of the above
(70.6%)

Total Votes: 143
Poll Date: 25 August, 2014
Is ag’s ability to feed Australia approaching breaking point?

Yes
(35.7%)

No
(64.3%)

Total Votes: 227
Poll Date: 18 August, 2014
Are sanctions an effective policy change tool?

No, they just hurt producers
(71.1%)

Yes, they can force govt action
(28.9%)

Total Votes: 194
Poll Date: 11 August, 2014
Can 'premium' marketing save Aus agriculture?

Yes
(32.6%)

No
(67.4%)

Total Votes: 273
Poll Date: 04 August, 2014
Does agricultural representation in Australia need an overhaul?

Yes
(91.8%)

No
(8.2%)

Total Votes: 255
Poll Date: 28 July, 2014
Should the RSPCA keep their on-farm policing powers?

YES - an effective regulator
(24.7%)

NO - leave it to police
(60.6%)

UNSURE - issue is clouded
(14.6%)

Total Votes: 465
Poll Date: 21 July, 2014

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COMMENTS

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An average price for a quality feeder steer worldwide would be $4 per kilo live. So since when
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Lambs and calves to dingoes/wild dogs are the equivalent of falafel to left wing vegetarian
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Nice to see Hockey has 'compassion and empathy' for one sector of the economy, and none for
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