Farm skills in demand

Andrew Marshall
Updated December 31 2015 - 10:03am, first published April 3 2014 - 4:00am
Agricultural Appointments co-principal Ray Johnson says despite previous agricultural experience, workers who had spent several years in the mines were no longer necessarily suited to the pressures of farm work.
Agricultural Appointments co-principal Ray Johnson says despite previous agricultural experience, workers who had spent several years in the mines were no longer necessarily suited to the pressures of farm work.

FARMERS are growing more cautious about their industry's economic outlook, but they still need more staff to fill labour shortages.

Andrew Marshall

National agribusiness writer for Fairfax Agricultural Media.

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