2015 Summer - Australian agriculture, pursuing premium markets or productivity

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Farm Policy Journal: Vol 12 No 4 2015 Summer - Full Journal - Australian agriculture, pursuing premium markets or productivity

Australian Farm Institute (2015), Australian agriculture, pursuing premium markets or productivity, Farm Policy Journal: Vol. 12 No. 4, Summer, Surry Hills, Australia.
ISSN 1449–2210 (Print)
ISSN 1449–8812 (Web)

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FPJ1204B - Byrne, T (2015), Premiums or Progress: Should Australian Agriculture Abandon its Productivity Focus and Instead Focus on the Bright Lights of Premium Markets?

FPJ1204B - Byrne, T (2015), Premiums or Progress: Should Australian Agriculture Abandon its Productivity Focus and Instead Focus on the Bright Lights of Premium Markets?, in Farm Policy Journal, vol. 12, no. 4, Summer 2015, pp. 1-8, Surry Hills, Australia.

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FPJ1204C - Grigg, A (2015), Premium Profits or Productivity Pitfalls? The Next Step for Australian Agriculture

FPJ1204C - Grigg, A (2015), Premium Profits or Productivity Pitfalls? The Next Step for Australian Agriculture, in Farm Policy Journal, vol. 12, no. 4, Summer 2015, pp. 11-17, Surry Hills, Australia.

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FPJ1204D - Knight, L (2015), Australian Agriculture Should Forget About the Pursuit of Productivity, and Instead Focus on Premium Markets

FPJ1204D - Knight, L (2015), Australian Agriculture Should Forget About the Pursuit of Productivity, and Instead Focus on Premium Markets, in Farm Policy Journal, vol. 12, no. 4, Summer 2015, pp. 19-25, Surry Hills, Australia.

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FPJ1204E - Vagg, P (2015), Premium Agricultural Products: All Tip and No Iceberg

FPJ1204E - Vagg, P (2015), Premium Agricultural Products: All Tip and No Iceberg, in Farm Policy Journal, vol. 12, no. 4, Summer 2015, pp. 27-37, Surry Hills, Australia.

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FPJ1204F - Thompson, D (2015), Taking Care of Business: Productivity Gains and Premium Markets

FPJ1204F - Thompson, D (2015), Taking Care of Business: Productivity Gains and Premium Markets, in Farm Policy Journal, vol. 12, no. 4, Summer 2015, pp. 39-46, Surry Hills, Australia.

Australia cannot afford to neglect investment in productivity, but it must also capitalise on emerging opportunities in premium markets. Productivity efforts enhance our industry’s resilience and readiness to take advantage of opportunities, while premium marketing efforts drive greater volume from our efforts to produce the quality and calibre of produce that premium markets not only demand, but for which they will pay a premium.

Productivity investment should be maintained and efforts to open access into premium markets must absolutely be a key focus. Australia cannot forget about the pursuit of productivity because it underpins our industry’s resilience and innovativeness that enables us to access premium markets with safe and high-quality produce. 

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