AUSTRALIA: Anderson urges farmers to diversify if they will survive in the dairy market
John Anderson, leader of the Australian National Party , has urged diary farmers to diversify their operations if they are to stay afloat. Speaking at a campaign stop in Paterson, where the number of dairy farms has dropped from 92 to 47 since the industry was deregulated, Anderson pointed out that the Government has spent A$1.9bn (US$0.95bn) on helping farmers cope with the transition to deregulation.
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