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02-Apr-2014 to 02-Apr-2014

Agri-Business Development Institute, Landmark and Kialla Foods are holding a one day workshop de..

25-Mar-2014 to 25-Mar-2014

Do you understand how farm management practices affect organic matter? What value do you place ..

11-Mar-2014 to 19-Mar-2014

Please find the link to a document on the Australian Government support for farm families and fa..

10-Mar-2014 to 10-Mar-2014

The latest Seasonal Crop Outlook has been supplied by QAAFI for your information looking at the ..

10-Feb-2014 to 10-Feb-2014

21-Oct-2013 to 21-Oct-2013

The CFI AGM was held on the 14th October 2013 in Toowoomba and was attended by board members, gr..

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CONSERVATION FARMERS INC

Conservation Farmers Inc. is a non profit organisation built on the information and experience shared and collected amongst farmers for profitable and sustainable farming and for environmental preservation.

2013 AGM Open Forum Session


Click here to see the full report on questions and answers from the session.
 

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  • From the desk
  • Chairman's Report
  • Project Advisory Council Report
  • What’s on
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CFI Calendar

To find out about great events coming up in your area, have a look at our CFI Calendar

All the information you need to get connected with others in the industry, stay up to date with the latest news, and gain valuable skills can be found here. 

 

Adjuvants Booklet Available


A long time in the making but we feel sure it will become a valuable tool in your library. We hope this booklet can go some way to helping you understand how they work and the value they add to managing and controlling weeds. 

CFI members click here to order your free copy! 

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CFI/GRFL RD&E Forum Report

In 2011, CFI and the Grains Research Foundation held a forum in Toowoomba to seek direction from industry about how grains RD&E should work in the North.  The forum was specifically targeted at engaging as wide a cross-section of the northern grain sectors as possible.

The forum asked five specific questions:

  1. What RD&E should we invest in to get the best bang for our buck in the Northern Region?
  2. Who will pay for grains RD&E in the Northern Region?
  3. How do we get more out of research facilities located in the Northern Region?
  4. Where will the grains industry's next generation of scientists, agronomists and consultants come from?
  5. How do we develop and foster a "Northern Region" view?

 

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