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ABC Radio Queensland Country Hour

Seven solutions for debt roundtable

By Farm Weekly, 22 July 2015

NORTHERN cattle industry representatives have articulated seven “urgent solutions” to resolve their worsening debt crisis in a key document to be tabled and debated at a high level roundtable meeting in Canberra tomorrow.

Barry Hughes, Gulf Cattleman’s Association chairman, with Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce and Rob Atkinson.

Queensland graziers say Chinese deal gives greater certainty to the live export trade

By ABC Rural News, 22 July 2015

Queensland farmers say the opening of market access for live cattle to China provides greater long-term certainty to the trade.

Queensland graziers make their 'last stand' on rural debt crisis

By ABC Rural News, 8 December 2014

More than 250 graziers, industry leaders and politicians are meeting in western Queensland today, to tackle what has been described as a looming 'rural debt crisis.'

Drought and live export drops drive Gulf cattlemen to breaking point

By ABC Bush Telegraph, 26 September 2014

Exorbitant debts, foreclosures, drops in live exports and drought have pushed a growing number of the cattle farmers to breaking point.

Banks told to ease up over cattlemen’s crisis

By the Australian, Sue Neales, 25 August 2014

THE rural debt crisis in northern Queensland has reached epic proportions, with nearly half of all cattle stations in the remote Gulf country operating under tight bank-imposed constraints.