AUSTRALIA: Post deregulation dairy farmers advised to turn to tourism in bid to boost incomes
In a bid to supplement the waning incomes of dairy farmers in the area, a project has been launched by Kiama Council to turn them into ambassadors for the tourist industry. Deregulation of the dairy industry proved disastrous for many Australian dairy farmers earlier this year. Struggling to make their farms economically viable without any reliable income, the pressure has been on them to supplement incomes without turning their back on farming.
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