CONSERVATION FARMERS INC

Conservation Farmers Inc. is a not-for-profit grower member Association established almost 40 years ago. It has approximately 250 active members, 85% of whom are farmers, based in northern NSW and southern Qld.

Conservations Farmers supports our member base by facilitating the extension of research through network groups and field days and the distribution of information in the quarterly newsletter.

Conservation Farmers Inc. is a farmer’s network and our focus is on telling the farmers stories and getting producers together to learn from each other. 

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Upcoming Events &
Industry Updates

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. 

Blog

Seasonal Crop Outlook

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Sorghum February 2015

CFI through it’s relationship with QAFFI is able to post the most up to date Seasonal Crop Outlook on a monthly basis.

 

There is an opportunity for you to win an iPAD by going to: http://www.qaafi.uq.edu.au/index.html?page=204420  and following the instructions.

For more information:  Contact Andries Potgieter Ph:  07 4688 1417 or email a.potgieter@uq.edu.au.

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Newsletter

Read the latest CFI Newsletter!


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Feature Articles include:

  • Down and dirty on planters at Tulloona
  • Hagie:  Not just a spray rig
  • Improving the performance of precision planters
  • Phosphorus fertility:  What the future holds
  • Why aren't there more sunflowers in rotations?
  • Some hints to help with broadacre crop insurance
  • Seed vigour in winter cereals
  • Growing your business in agriculture
  • Better Sunflowers Moree Workshop
  • Are you getting the most out of your property?
  • Great turnout at the Tulloona Field Day