Tasi farmers are very confident in the country

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According to the latest Robobank Rural Trust survey, Tasmanian farmers are the most confident and optimistic people in the country for the second quarter. The survey shows that 100% of Tasmanian farmers ‘current “best practices” will continue or improve over the next 12 months, and dairy farmers’ confidence will be particularly strong. According to the latest survey, which was completed last month, 39 percent of the region’s farmers expect business conditions to improve over the next 12 months. During the last quarter, this figure has dropped from 45 percent, while the remaining 61 percent of Tasmanian farmers expect the current situation to continue. For Tasmania, the regional manager of Robobank, Stuart Wheeling said the current situation and business conditions in the country were “very positive” and the manufacturer’s belief was incredibly strong. “Commodity prices are still very high, and farmers have reaped the rewards of strong prices, which he predicts will continue.” “July was the wettest month on average, and some areas looked very wet, but the winter rains were generally average, allowing late winter to begin planting crops.” Spring conditions are generally excellent. More than three-quarters (78 percent) of those Tasmanian farmers reported positive commodity prices (compared to 63 percent in June). Positive conditions are based on 29 percent positive emotions. Improvements (this was 24 percent in the last quarter). Mr Wangling said the animal industry was in good shape. These are truly for the Tasmanian cattle producers, really good seasonal conditions and great prices, and unpredictable times. Those conditions will be with them for some time. Mr. Whatling’s wet July presented some challenges for livestock producers, especially in the northern region of Tasmania. He said the biggest concerns arising from the COVID-19 restrictions were reported in the horticulture sector, especially in the horticulture sector, and the cost of air freight access to major markets in Asia. By 2021/22, dairy farmers have the highest income of all farmers, with 60 percent expecting higher agricultural incomes. Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news. This is how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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