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Bumper crop: Australian farm production hits record high after drought

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Tuesday March 02, 2021

Australia’s farm production has been forecast to soar to a record high on the back of a remarkable turnaround from a crippling drought.

Vanstone Produce managing director Justin Vanstone on his familys farm near Gatton. (Photo: Ausveg)

The federal government’s agriculture forecaster ABARES predicts production will reach almost $66 billion in 2020/21.

The latest figures, to be released at ABARES’ annual outlook conference on Tuesday, show the industry is defying the pandemic and seeing off the effects of consecutive poor seasons.

ABARES acting executive…



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