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    ONFARM is an enabler for you to take agriculture where you want. This is an opportunity to establish an organic grassroots body of farmers where we can gather a collection of voices, ideas and votes on the things that matter to you. With this we can take it where it's needed to produce an outcome that has the backing of its producers. Once farmers connect, we can then engage with our consumers as a collective showcasing the hard work, knowledge, and investment that goes into growing our food. More importantly it's your why that will become the story they connect with. Farmers have been the first and weakest link in the supply chain process without effective representation or connection to our consumers and politicians. Our industry's disorganisation has contributed to the disconnect with the end consumers while we continue to be dominated by a plethora of peak bodies who lack the backing of the producers they're meant to represent. The voiceless farmers are price takers in a complex food system and will be a vulnerable target to offset some of the global inflationary pressures from the top of the supply chain. We now have the means to muster our mob and stand strong together on the things that matter to you, in your business, state, nation and around the world. We'd love to hear your ideas, your story and the top 2 issues you would like to prioritize and progress as a collective.
    ONFARM is an enabler for you to take agriculture where you want. This is an opportunity to establish an organic grassroots body of farmers where we can gather a collection of voices, ideas and votes on the things that matter to you. With this we can take it where it's needed to produce an outcome that has the backing of its producers. Once farmers connect, we can then engage with our consumers as a collective showcasing the hard work, knowledge, and investment that goes into growing our food. More importantly it's your why that will become the story they connect with. Farmers have been the first and weakest link in the supply chain process without effective representation or connection to our consumers and politicians. Our industry's disorganisation has contributed to the disconnect with the end consumers while we continue to be dominated by a plethora of peak bodies who lack the backing of the producers they're meant to represent. The voiceless farmers are price takers in a complex food system and will be a vulnerable target to offset some of the global inflationary pressures from the top of the supply chain. We now have the means to muster our mob and stand strong together on the things that matter to you, in your business, state, nation and around the world. We'd love to hear your ideas, your story and the top 2 issues you would like to prioritize and progress as a collective.
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    To the House of Representatives Petition Request: We the people of Australia and advocates for our animals request immediate action be taken to install mandatory disinfecting baths set up at airports for all footwear, thorough luggage inspections, and warning announcements on outgoing and incoming flights for people to not bring soiled items back to Australia from Indonesia as a matter of national urgency. Petition Reason: The Federal Government estimates an outbreak of foot and mouth disease (FMD) in Australia would cost $50 billion over a decade. A FMD outbreak in Australia would not be controllable as it would in a nation such as the United Kingdom. Our 24 million feral pig population has the potential to destroy the viability of Australian agriculture for a generation. The FMD vaccine has efficacy limitations and implementation challenges. Pigs act as super spreaders for FMD, it is estimated an outbreak in Darwin would reach Melbourne in a matter of 12 weeks travelling in the feral pig population. The Australian agricultural industry feeds between 60-70 million people annually, an FMD outbreak would instantly close us from all of our export market's, 72% of the meat we produce is exported. FMD has the potential of reaching and risking our: • 28 million cattle, • 104 million sheep, • 4.8 million commercial pigs • 2 million deer and • 2.6 million goats Bali is also unique in that tourists are directly exposed to animals which roam in many village streets. Worse still the rural nature of the towns, many with dirt streets, makes every returning tourist a potential FMD carrier. Protecting our boarders and the Australian public from this risk should be the federal government's number one priority. If Australian's are worried about cost of living pressures imagine how much more expensive it would be importing substandard protein and dairy at enormous premiums. The devastation to our protein and dairy herds would be indescribable - mass burials of euthanised animals, years of virtually no domestically available meat, milk and cheese, and the overnight end to a $70 billion industry.
    To the House of Representatives Petition Request: We the people of Australia and advocates for our animals request immediate action be taken to install mandatory disinfecting baths set up at airports for all footwear, thorough luggage inspections, and warning announcements on outgoing and incoming flights for people to not bring soiled items back to Australia from Indonesia as a matter of national urgency. Petition Reason: The Federal Government estimates an outbreak of foot and mouth disease (FMD) in Australia would cost $50 billion over a decade. A FMD outbreak in Australia would not be controllable as it would in a nation such as the United Kingdom. Our 24 million feral pig population has the potential to destroy the viability of Australian agriculture for a generation. The FMD vaccine has efficacy limitations and implementation challenges. Pigs act as super spreaders for FMD, it is estimated an outbreak in Darwin would reach Melbourne in a matter of 12 weeks travelling in the feral pig population. The Australian agricultural industry feeds between 60-70 million people annually, an FMD outbreak would instantly close us from all of our export market's, 72% of the meat we produce is exported. FMD has the potential of reaching and risking our: • 28 million cattle, • 104 million sheep, • 4.8 million commercial pigs • 2 million deer and • 2.6 million goats Bali is also unique in that tourists are directly exposed to animals which roam in many village streets. Worse still the rural nature of the towns, many with dirt streets, makes every returning tourist a potential FMD carrier. Protecting our boarders and the Australian public from this risk should be the federal government's number one priority. If Australian's are worried about cost of living pressures imagine how much more expensive it would be importing substandard protein and dairy at enormous premiums. The devastation to our protein and dairy herds would be indescribable - mass burials of euthanised animals, years of virtually no domestically available meat, milk and cheese, and the overnight end to a $70 billion industry.
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    ONFARM is an enabler for you to take agriculture where you want. This is an opportunity to establish an organic grassroots body of farmers where we can gather a collection of voices, ideas and votes on the things that matter to you. With this we can take it where it's needed to produce an outcome that has the backing of its producers. Once farmers connect, we can then engage with our consumers as a collective showcasing the hard work, knowledge, and investment that goes into growing our food. More importantly it's your why that will become the story they connect with. Farmers have been the first and weakest link in the supply chain process without effective representation or connection to our consumers and politicians. Our industry's disorganisation has contributed to the disconnect with the end consumers while we continue to be dominated by a plethora of peak bodies who lack the backing of the producers they're meant to represent. The voiceless farmers are price takers in a complex food system and will be a vulnerable target to offset some of the global inflationary pressures from the top of the supply chain. We now have the means to muster our mob and stand strong together on the things that matter to you, in your business, state, nation and around the world. We'd love to hear your ideas, your story and the top 2 issues you would like to prioritize and progress as a collective.
    ONFARM is an enabler for you to take agriculture where you want. This is an opportunity to establish an organic grassroots body of farmers where we can gather a collection of voices, ideas and votes on the things that matter to you. With this we can take it where it's needed to produce an outcome that has the backing of its producers. Once farmers connect, we can then engage with our consumers as a collective showcasing the hard work, knowledge, and investment that goes into growing our food. More importantly it's your why that will become the story they connect with. Farmers have been the first and weakest link in the supply chain process without effective representation or connection to our consumers and politicians. Our industry's disorganisation has contributed to the disconnect with the end consumers while we continue to be dominated by a plethora of peak bodies who lack the backing of the producers they're meant to represent. The voiceless farmers are price takers in a complex food system and will be a vulnerable target to offset some of the global inflationary pressures from the top of the supply chain. We now have the means to muster our mob and stand strong together on the things that matter to you, in your business, state, nation and around the world. We'd love to hear your ideas, your story and the top 2 issues you would like to prioritize and progress as a collective.
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    Posted by ONFARM Support - Admin on Jun 10
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    SAMPLE FORM It's time we yarded up and gathered around to hear everyone's ideas on where things are headed and what we should be doing about it.
    SAMPLE FORM It's time we yarded up and gathered around to hear everyone's ideas on where things are headed and what we should be doing about it.
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    Posted by Cattle Australia on Mar 20
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    SAMPLE FORM What specific areas or initiatives would you like to see more resources deployed to assist you in developing greater productivity or profitability either on farm or for the wider pig industry in general.
    SAMPLE FORM What specific areas or initiatives would you like to see more resources deployed to assist you in developing greater productivity or profitability either on farm or for the wider pig industry in general.
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    Posted by ONFARM Support - Admin on Mar 17
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    SAMPLE SURVEY We would love to hear your ideas and suggestions on any initiatives and projects you would like to see further developed or greater adoption of programs rolled out to help guide the priorities for for the red meat sector going forward.
    SAMPLE SURVEY We would love to hear your ideas and suggestions on any initiatives and projects you would like to see further developed or greater adoption of programs rolled out to help guide the priorities for for the red meat sector going forward.
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    Posted by Meat Livestock Australia on Mar 15