Grower leaders pause in Cairns ahead of busy harvest

May 25, 2021

Days from the start of the 2021 sugarcane harvest, CANEGROWERS grower leaders are feeling upbeat at an important meeting in Cairns. More than 80...

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Animation tackles sugarcane issues with reef politics

May 17, 2021

A sugarcane farmer dragging a ball and chain is the centrepiece of an animation explaining CANEGROWERS key issues with Queensland and Australian...

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Tariff tool to help manage farm electricity costs

May 04, 2021

A new tool developed by CANEGROWERS is helping sugarcane growers make informed decisions about electricity tariffs for the coming financial...

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Australia now second biggest raw sugar exporter

April 07, 2021

Queensland’s sugarcane growers are counting down to the start of 2021 harvest, buoyed by the news that Australia has jumped to second place in...

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Grant helps secure sugarcane farms and jobs

February 25, 2021

CANEGROWERS has welcomed the announcement of a Federal Government grant for a crucial piece of infrastructure to help Maryborough and Sunshine Coast...

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Review of unfair farm reporting welcome

February 17, 2021

The Queensland Government has responded to the significant issues raised by CANEGROWERS and initiated a review of the unfair process under which...

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Tribute to growers on the Cyclone Yasi anniversary

February 02, 2021

Queensland sugarcane growers’ organisation CANEGROWERS is paying tribute to the resilience of its members a decade on from a horror...

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Call for cane exemption to new cropping land regulation

January 29, 2021

A State Government move to impose a new bureaucratic process on farmers expanding their cropping area along the Queensland coast is unnecessary and...

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Sugar industry farewells a true gentleman leader

January 11, 2021

Queensland’s sugarcane industry is mourning a man who led growers through one of the most turbulent periods in its history. Fred Soper, a...

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